Securing RDP with IPSec

Hi Everyone, this is Jerry Devore back with a follow-up topic from my previous post on Privileged Administrative Workstations (PAW) which is a hardened device configuration used to protect privileged credentials. In that post, I mentioned that it is possible to use IPsec to ensure an admin can only make a RDP connection to Tier… Read more

Reading the fine print on the Protected Users Group

Hi all – This is Jerry Devore back again with a quick post on the “Protected Users” group.  As a PFE, I work with several enterprise customers who have a global presence, and have become very focused on protecting highly privileged accounts.  The major concern that’s at the top of their list is “How do… Read more

Secure Administrative Workstations

Hi All. This Jerry Devore a Midwest PFE back after a long hiatus from blogging. If you thumb through the owner’s manual of your car you will find a maintenance schedule section.  There you can see how often the manufacture suggests you should change your engine oil, flush your radiator fluid and replace various filters. … Read more

Troubleshooting Adventure: A Real Life Memory Pool Leak

Hi this is Jerry Devore with my first blog contribution. I am dedicated Premier Field Engineer specializing in Active Directory for a couple enterprise customers in the mid-west. Dedicated PFEs are generally embedded with Premier customer’s architects and operational staff with the primary objective of understanding their environment so we can provide proactive guidance around… Read more