Friday with International Community Update – Articles about SCD, AD CS, PKI

Hello Wiki Ninjas, the highlight of this week goes to Kurt L Hudson, who contributed several times fantastic work on the Wiki.

Kurt L Hudson is a Senior Technical Writer for Microsoft's Server and Cloud Division (SCD) primarily writing about Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS), public key infrastructure (PKI), Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), and Windows Azure Active Directory. Works with Hyper-V almost every day for testing server and client operating systems. Publishes information on the TechNet Library, TechNet Wiki, ScriptCenter, Microsoft Showcase, and TechNet Edge. Works closely with the product and test teams to improve the interfaces and help of future Microsoft operating system versions.

Please visit his profile here for more information


A few of his great articles:


His articles are being read by everyone.. Turkish people, Belgian people, Spanish people.. His articles are written for everybody from every Technical level.

He deserves today the International Update! Have a great Friday and don’t forget to tweet #TNWIKI and follow us!

Belgian Ninja Gokan

Comments (3)

  1. What an amazing and totally unexpected honor! I write all of this to help people and it is so great to know that it is useful and appreciated. I cannot explain how much it means to me that you have written this and featured my articles in this way. 🙂

  2. I'm a little fan of your writing skills Kurt ! I was hoping to write about you à while time ago.. Youre providing a fantastic work and again thank you for that !

  3. A well-deserved recognition! says:

    Kurt's training, books, and articles helped many individuals achieve their MCSE back in the Windows NT days, and we engaged him to teach TCP/IP to all of our SE's. He has gone on to be an invaluable contributor at Microsoft, as you point out, and the result of his work is confidence and success on the part of his readers and students. — Rob Pinion, BPM Developer, Tampa, Florida

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