Archive for March, 2007

Windows Server "Longhorn" – Active Directory Attribute Editor and LDP

Tuesday, March 20th, 2007

Another Article of Jorge mentions the new “Attribute Editor” in Active Directory-Users and -Computers (ADUC) and Active Directory-Sites and -Settings (ADSS). Basically you have the Property-Page of ADSIEdit now in ADUC and ADSS and you are able to configure all attributes of the selected Object in a more generic view. I love this “feature” (*) – […]

dcpromo in Windows Server "Longhorn"

Tuesday, March 20th, 2007

Jorge’s Quest for Knowlege is currently covering a lot about the next Windows Server “Longhorn” which is due later this year. In his Post Windows Server Longhorn – Installing, Removing and Upgrading to AD he is covering a lot of the options you get with the new dcpromo in Windows Server “Longhorn”. I refer to […]

Windows Server ‘Longhorn': Granular Password Settings

Monday, March 12th, 2007

I recently got permissions to blog about some of the features which are not as well known in the next version of Microsofts Server Operating System: Windows Server “Longhorn”. So let’s get started. One of them is that in Longhorn, you are not limited to implement a single Set of Password Settings to the whole […]

MVP-Summit – Back in Seattle / Redmond

Monday, March 12th, 2007

I just traveled to Seattle to attend the MVP-Summit, and it’s already been great to meet so many MVPs again in the Hotels and on the Streets. During the next days the highlights will be to see Bill Gates live again and have many discussions with the Directory Services Product Group. One thing which really […]