What’s new in Active Directory 2019? Nothing.

OK, so it’s not precisely “nothing”, but as a management summary it will do. Before you read on I would like to make it perfectly clear that: This information is not official in any way. All information here is based on public information and the existing Preview builds. Currently we are in the preview phase…

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Quickly find potential Kerberoast victims

Read up on the Kerberoast approach to bruteforce the passwords of service accounts, and find out which of your service accounts would be an interesting target.

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Logging on to Azure for your everyday job

Use a PowerShell profile function to load Azure RM account context automatically. If the context file does not exist, create one. Also, check the token for validity because it may have expired.

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Azure Batch for the IT Pro – Part 2

This is the second and final part of a blog series with a walkthrough for Azure Batch. The first part is here: Azure Batch for the IT Pro – Part 1 In the first part I showed you how to create an Azure Batch Account, the corresponding Storage Account, a test application based on Powershell,…

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Azure Batch for the IT Pro – Part 1

I spent some time on working with Azure Batch for a customer, and what struck me that it was not so easy for an IT Pro to create a meaningful testing setup. The stumbling point is that you need to have an application doing meaningful work. So what is Azure Batch? It is the PaaS…

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Download the original Active Directory Branch Office Deployment Guide

During the great Windows Server 2003 content purge on TechNet in the summer of 2016 a lot of valuable documentation was lost. Part of it was recovered in the infamously huge PDF download with 2003 support content, and other content was ported to the new documentation site on https://docs.microsoft.com, but the rest was just gone….

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