Tag: MCM

Apr 27

AD Reading: Active Directory Authentication & Logon

The following are extremely useful resources for understanding the Active Directory Authentication & Logon. Authentication & Logon Logon and Authentication Technologies o   Digest Authentication Technical Reference o   Interactive Logon Technical Reference o   Kerberos Authentication Technical Reference What Is Kerberos Authentication? How the Kerberos Version 5 Authentication Protocol Works Kerberos Authentication Tools and Settings o   TLS/SSL …

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Apr 27

AD Reading: Active Directory Database

The following are extremely useful resources for understanding the Active Directory Database. AD Database How the Data Store Works o   Data Store Architecture o   Data Store Protocols o   Data Store Interfaces o   Data Store Logical Structure o   Data Store Physical Structure o   Data Store Processes and Interactions o   Network Ports Used by the Data Store …

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Apr 27

AD Reading: Active Directory Core Concepts

The following are extremely useful resources for understanding Active Directory Core Concepts. Core Directory Concepts & Key Items MCM Core AD Internals Core Concepts of Active Directory Domain Services o   Attributes o   Containers and Leaves o   Object Names and Identities o   Naming Contexts and Directory Partitions o   Domain Trees o   Forests o   Active Directory Servers …

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Mar 06

My Journey to Become a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) Part 2: The MCM Program

NOTE: I do not work for Microsoft, nor have I ever worked for Microsoft. The information in this post is my thoughts and not those of Microsoft or any other company. Unless said company read my mind and placed some thoughts there… I should buy a Dell… 🙂 The content in this post belongs to …

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Feb 28

My Journey to Become a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) Part 1: The Journey Begins

Just a quick note before I start. I do not work for Microsoft and have never worked for Microsoft. The information in this post is my thoughts and not those of Microsoft, or any other company. Unless said company read my mind and placed some thoughts there… I should buy a Dell… 🙂 The content …

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