AD RMS on Windows Server 2008 R2 adds a really slick feature blogged about here: Group Expansion for Federated Users Prior to R2 to issue a use license to a federated user they need to specifically be granted permissions. With Windows Server 2008 R2 you can create a contact matching the external federated user and then place the contact in the group and then they have the same RMS permissions as that group.
When should one implement a Public Key Infrastructure and when should one not? Obviously we implement a PKI to solve a problem, usually around security, enabling secure communications with a web server, multi-factor authentication, encryption. A PKI solution can be very versatile, but it comes at a price in setup and maintenance. But what alternatives do we have? Let’s examine each problem in turn Problem PKI difficulties Alternatives Benefits for Alternatives
It’s nice to know its impact to the business. … Karl - Sep 4, 2011It’s nice to know its impact to the business. Thanks a lot for sharing that valuable information. business consultant
Brad and I are going to cover the value of the whole Identity Management Stack from Microsoft and a few additional pieces from partners. **When: Thursday, May 28th **Where: Webinar/Online (Live Meeting links will be sent to all registrants) (Click Here to RSVP) Presenters: David Lundell – Microsoft MVP for ILM, Ensynch Practice Director Brad Turner – Microsoft MVP for ILM, Ensynch Sr. Technical Architect **Time: **9am-10am Pacific/Arizona 10am-11am Mountain