Category Archives: PKI

Office 365 Advantages (not found in your typical ads)

I am going to outline some advantages available to current Exchange users that migrate to Office 365. If you have Exchange on premise, it is fairly easy to setup a hybrid environment. This means you can have some users with … Continue reading

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Deployment of Certificates to Workstations for Wireless Authentication

There are three things to do… 1. Setup Group Policy to auto enroll workstations and servers with certificates 2. Install Enterprise Certificate Authority 3. Setup NPS to allows devices that have certificates issued by the CA to be allowed to … Continue reading

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ICANN Board Votes to Launch New Generic Top-Level Domains

What does this mean to my active directory installation? Well if you have installed your active directory domain with an internal dns name of .local, as many of us have, then you will want to purchase this domain when/if a … Continue reading

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Exchange 2007 /2010 Certificate install

Exchange 2007 /2010 installs itself with a self signed certificate. This means it gets you going with ssl, but it’s not something you want to run with in production. Why? Well, workstations accessing OWA will complain with a popup box … Continue reading

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