Category Archives: Microsoft

How to Logon with Domain Credentials to a Server in a Workgroup

Normally, you logon with either a local username or a domain username on a server. Servers in the DMZ are difficult to manage since they all contain the same local administrator or different local administrator account. But what if you … Continue reading

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Configuring wireless VLANs on Windows 2008

This is an older document I wrote on how to configure wireless networks using Windows Server 2008. I’ve used a wireless access point (WAP 1130AG) from Cisco with multiple SSID’s. If the user connects to a SSID, the user will be placed into … Continue reading

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Configure SafeWord Domain Logon Agent for Windows Server 2008

This is an older document I wrote regarding multi-factor authentication. By using multi-factor authentication, the user needs to type his password and has a token which generates a passcode. Both methods needs to be specified before the user can logon. … Continue reading

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