Provisioning Identity using Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003
The combination of large, multi-domain corporate networks and a user population with local, mobile, and remote access as well as identities to gain access to different applications/resources means that the creation and deletion of user accounts is no longer a simple task. Microsoft Identity Integration Server (MIIS) 2003 helps you synchronize identity information across a wide variety of identity stores, to provision and deprovision account and identity information across systems. This session will also overview the roadmap for MIIS – what is new in SP1 and futures.
Building Secured Networks with Windows Server 2003 SP1 and Windows XP SP2
Windows Service Packs are designed to provide incremental enhancements in functionality and, increasingly, in security. Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 is focused on providing security, performance and reliability enhancements for the server software. Its primary focus is to make products more secure by default and give enterprises more options for locking down servers. Windows XP Service Pack 2 with Advanced Security Technologies helps you secure your client PCs against viruses, hackers and worms. In this session, we shall explore some of the additional functionality offered by both of these service packs and how we can better manager Windows XP clients using Windows Server 2003 SP1.