Toughen Up Your AD

Request for Comments (RFC) 1823 from August 1995 introduced the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Application Programming Interface (API). One could argue that this important work served as the foundation for modern ...
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Syncing Active Directory with a VPN: Two Common Problems

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In the never-ending quest to optimize your team’s workflow while shoring up security, you’ve probably had to stop and think about how to sync Microsoft® Active Directory® (AD) with a VPN. It ...
Reevaluating Active Directory

Reevaluating Active Directory

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IT admins everywhere are reevaluating Microsoft® Active Directory® (AD). Although the legacy directory service has been a cornerstone in identity management for decades, a paradigm shift has occurred. In short, IT organizations ...
Beyond Active Directory: Mac, Linux, SaaS, & IaaS

Beyond Active Directory: Mac, Linux, SaaS, & IaaS

Microsoft® Active Directory® (AD) revolutionized identity and access management (IAM) and was ideal for its time. Because of this, it still has a stronghold in the market, even as organizations look beyond ...
Active Directory Migration Tool

Active Directory Migration Tool

As the IT landscape continues to evolve with cloud innovations and more, IT organizations are reevaluating their identity management stack. Specifically, some are looking for a Microsoft® Active Directory® migration tool. If ...
AD Migration Service

AD Migration Service

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In the cloud era, many IT admins need an Active Directory® (AD) migration service, but not in the way they might expect. When one hears “AD migration service,” their first thought might ...

7 Password Problems Solved by Enzoic Password Policy Enforcement

There are many excellent password policy enforcement tools built into Active Directory. But the out-of-the-box AD functionality does not meet all the password standards and new password policy recommendations from NIST and ...
Retire Active Directory

Retire Active Directory

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Microsoft® Active Directory® (AD) has been a foundational identity and access management (IAM) solution in virtually every IT organization since it was first introduced in 1999. However, in the midst of the ...
Managed Services for AD clients using Macs

Managed Services Using AD with Macs

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Managed Service Providers (MSPs) know that Microsoft® Active Directory® (AD or MAD) is a cornerstone of IT. For the past two decades, MSPs have used MAD to manage their client organizations. MSPs ...
What is a Domain Controller?

What is a Domain Controller?

A domain describes a collection of users, systems, applications, networks, database servers, and any other resources that are administered with a common set of rules. A domain controller is a server that ...
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