A couple of days ago I was asked to get involved with a customer who was having some AD FS troubles and as a result I took an action to build a list of resources that would be useful for AD FS. I decided to publish it as a page of resources on this blog […]
Every so often in my lab a domain joined workstation or server will loose domain trust. It’s usually a password sync issue, the way to fix it is simple: rejoin it to the domain. There is a better way though, use this PowerShell: Reset-ComputerMachinePassword -Server <FQDN of your DC> -Credential $creds You’ll be prompted to […]
In this episode of the Edge show I’m joined by Martin Booth from the Server and Tools Marketing group to take a look at the new features that just shipped to Windows Intune stand alone and unified management experience with Config Manager. We look at iOS management and take a quick look at the road […]
In my new role I’ll be part of the team producing the Edge show on a weekly basis over on Channel 9. As such I’ll post every episode that I’m involved in here – mainly they will have enterprise device infrastructure content, which is why you should watch.
You’ll find this phrase hidden in place on Microsoft hardware like the Xbox One controller and the old Zunes, now it’s something I too can say. Last week my family and I relocated to the Seattle area so that I can take up my new role as “the client guy” in the World Wide Enterprise […]
Five trends the I think will emerge or expand in 2014 in the enterprise client infrasructure space: Wareables, Enterprise device management, Multifactor authentication, Evolving workspaces, Data controls that arent reliant on admins.
Some thoughts on enterprise device projects and looking to the past for inspiration, justification or simply the right path to follow for your organization.
What are the best gadgets to get for Christmas? An Xbox One, a Dell Venue 8 Pro, a Spider II, Lotus F1 Team USB Charger and a something to keep the coffee warm. Of course the real test is, are they any good for the IT Guy?
The Dell Venue 8 Pro is a fabulous 8 inch Windows 8.1 tablet device, it’s thin, light has a great screen and battery life. In this article I take a look at the device to decide if it’s a device that should be in my daily kit bag.
Active Directory is the source of identity in the enterprise and iOS devices should be identified in and by AD in order to provide access to resources, in this article published on WServer News I explain the process of supporting iOS devices in your AD DS with Windows Server 2012 R2 and the Device Registration Service.