This article is about the NTFS permission Creator Owner. First you will find a short introduction into NTFS permissions and a description of the Creator Owner authorisation. Learn about the possible risks of changing the permissions of a user and how you can avoid them.
Articles related to Active Directory administration. (user, computer and group management)
When talking about including Windows Server 2012, the following question occurred more often recently: Is my Active Directory Domain ready to add a W2012R2 domain controller? This article will help you with that.
If you want to change Linux attributes gidNumber, uid and uidnumber via PowerShell you will recognize that it is not possible by adding a parameter. At least it is not possible with the cmdlet New-ADUser or Set-ADUser. But you can workaround this problem with the parameters -add, -replace, -clear and -remove that enables to set these attributes.
Changing upper and lower case of a dynamic DNS host entry is not easily possible in case the DNS is integrated into the Active Directory. The entry is created as soon as the machine registers in the DNS for the first time. If the machine‘s name is written in upper case, the DNS entry will […]
Offline Files, Work Folder or OneDrive for Business- what will it be for you? Very often this question arises in daily routine. What are the pros and the cons of the three? This article will help you to find out.
Usually there is an option to access Active Directory anonymously- anonymous access. Normally you do not need it. But there are exceptions to every rule. This article will give you a step-by-step manual for anonymous AD access.
During an AD domain migration in a customer environment I faced the problem that group permissions for file shares did not work any more. This is why.
Use the PowerShell Cmdlet Set-ADUser to change user attributes in Active Directory. With Set-ADUser you can: – Change attributes of a single user – Change attributes of several prefiltered users – Bulk Change attributes with a CSV file
After a Schema Update for Windows 2008 R2 on Windows 2012 R2 we had a problem with an older application on Windows 7. But the domain functioning level was unchanged. The application checked with Kerberos whether a user has a certain group membership. Unfortunately, we couldn’t see the source code and thus didn’t know what […]
Active Directory offers you many different ways of authentification. Most common are NTLM and Kerberos. This article is about how to read the Kerberos Token with .Net classes in PowerShell. The script get-sids-from-token.ps1 shows you how this can be done practically. To make it easier to understand, the article starts with an introduction to Kerberos […]
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