Tag Archives: Windows XP

Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) an Overview and General Guideline

The Connection Manager Administration Kit has been around since Windows Server 2003 as an embedded Windows server feature.  Initially available for server platforms, this deployment enabling tool is now supported on selected Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 client platforms. Windows 7 and Windows 8 client certification exams expect that you are familiar with CMAK, or … Continue reading Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) an Overview and General Guideline

The Internet Explorer patch – Setting the record straight

News, background, and alternatives regarding the recent Internet Explorer “Day Zero” attack are spread across the Internet.  Confusion continues, so we decided to help set the record straight for our customer/readers. Step one, be careful what you read and interpret, including within this blog. Despite our care and research, we continue to find additional information … Continue reading The Internet Explorer patch – Setting the record straight

Windows Server – How to identify which domain controller authenticated a user

A question came up in class this week which is asked quite often when I am teaching an Active Directory class. Whether it is the Active Directory administration class or the advanced design class I am asked, “I have a user that is logged on. I don’t think they received the correct GPO settings, is there … Continue reading Windows Server – How to identify which domain controller authenticated a user