Today I ran into a peculiar issue when configuring a GPO policy for 802.1X authentication with WPA2-Enterprise. When you use PEAP for authentication, you need to assign which Certificate Authorities’ (CAs) certificates will be accepted for authentication. I went to… Read More ›
Office 365 – Changing User’s Principal Name
A quite common occurrence for IT admins is that people change their names, and thus need their username to reflect this change. In the good ol’ days, this wasn’t an issue, just change their name in AD in 15 different… Read More ›
Finally, a Way to Fix IIS SSL/TLS Support!
If you’ve managed HTTPS sites for any time, you’ve probably come across Qualys SSL Labs, which allows you to check that your certificates are installed correctly, and also check that your server is configured correctly. It also has the habit… Read More ›
Microsoft is bringing the Start menu back, for reals this time!
This might seem like old news, because it actually is, since Microsoft said the same thing when releasing Windows 8.1. I remember getting all excited over that release, until I actually researched it a bit and noticed that the new… Read More ›