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Enterprise Mobility + Security

Saving TS Client Settings in an RDP File

Whenever you run the TS Client without specifying an explicit RDP file, the settings used for the remote session are always automatically saved back to Default.rdp. This is a hidden file located in your “My Documents” or “Documents” folder: C:Documents and Settingsuser1My Documents>attrib A    H     C:Documents and Settingsuser1My DocumentsDefault.rdp If you wish to use an...

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Monitor AD Replication Much?

  I want to point out an excellent resource for an administrator out there who is responsible for Active Directory replication in their environment.  The resource is a comprehensive and detailed article solely on using Repadmin.exe.   The article goes over what Repadmin.exe can do, adds explanations for the options in the help file, and gives...

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Configuring Terminal Servers for Server Authentication to Prevent “Man in the Middle” Attacks

General Intro “Man In The Middle (MITM) attack” is a term used to describe a class of security vulnerabilities in which an attacker intercepts communication between two parties and impersonates each one to the other. The attacker can view and/or modify the traffic without the two parties knowledge. As a result, a user might be...

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ADMT 3.1 Is Now Available for Download!

  There’s been a lot of interest in the next version of our free migration tool and guide.  Well, it’s now available.   The link below can get you to the new Migration Guide, ADMT itself, and a link to the Password Export Server (PES) 3.1 in both  x86 and x64 versions.  ...

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