Trust Relationship – Active Directory

Most organizations that have more than one domain have a legitimate need for users to access shared resources located in a different domain. Controlling this access requires that users in one domain can also be authenticated and authorized to use resources in another domain. To provide authentication and authorization capabilities…

Dsrevoke

AD is often touted for its flexible delegation of administration feature. For a particular security principal, you can restrict access all the way down to the attribute level. Microsoft provides a Delegation of Control Wizard that can walk you through the process of delegating administration for certain types of tasks.…

register schmmgmt.dll

The Active Directory Schema Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in is not available by default in the list of snap-ins. You must first registerschmmgmt.dll and then you can create a console that includes the Active Directory Schema snap-in. NOTE If you've already registered schmmgmt.dll and built an Active Directory Schema console, you…

Using Windows Server 2008 as a Workstation

Many administrators used Windows Server 2003 as their daily workstation, either on their desktops or laptops. Well this will be the same with Windows Server 2008. In this article, I'm going to show you how to disable/enable few options and features in Windows Server 2008 so that you can use…

Microsoft MCITP Certification Training Courses

The MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) certifications showcase your skills in working with IT infrastructures including the planning phases, deployment, support, maintenance, and optimization. By earning a MCITP designation such as the Database Developer, Database Administrator, Business Intelligence Developer, or Enterprise Support Technician, you will be able to highlight your…