DFS and Bridge all Site Links..

Another bookmark for myself and an FYI for readers. You may have missed this post from our excellent DFS\R team’s blog. http://blogs.technet.com/filecab/archive/2006/09/20/456318.aspx Key point:  When the forest functional level is Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2003 interim and the ISTG in a site is running Windows Server 2003 with SP1, you can use a site option to turn off automatic…

3

Smartcard logon over Terminal Services ( RDP redirection )

In a recent post I outlined a number of ‘challenges’ to implementing smartcards.   I also asked about people who were hitting slow logons after implementing smartcards. Well I had a few responses as well as some interest in how RDP redirection works in general.     When a user logs on to a machine…

46

Smart Card Development Article in MSDN Magazine

Since I am on a SC kick lately…. ( and cant seem to get away from it ) Should be an interesting  article… http://jwsecure.com/dan/2006/10/ spatdsg     

0

Random bookmarks for myself

Interesting that I put bookmarks here – but my browser bookmarks are so full of stuff I cant find anything .. my fav search engine and this blog allow for me to find them easier.. Maybe IE should rethink its way it manages BM’s? Or maybe I should.. Anyway..   WID dev resources: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee517290.aspx – This…

2

Smartcards and cached logons…

Smartcards and cached credentials.   Scenario – large customer using a smartcard client from vendor XYZ.   When a user was online ( plugged into the network ) and would logon to the domain via smartcard it would not cache the credentials. If they tried to logon offline using Smartcard cached creds – it would…

3