Step by Step: Enforce Require LDAP Signing on domain controllers. Part 2

Introduction On Part 2 of this post, I will show how to request a certificate for a domain controller to use LDAPS, we will see also why we should never use simple bind on clear text. This post is intended to give you an action plan on how you can Enforce Require LDAP Signing on … Continue reading Step by Step: Enforce Require LDAP Signing on domain controllers. Part 2

Step by Step: Enforce Require LDAP Signing on domain controllers. Part 1

Introduction: One of the security settings that Microsoft recommend applying on domain controllers is to Require LDAP Signing. Requiring LDAP signing is one policy setting that can be applied on a few seconds using group policy, but what is the impact of applying this setting in your production environment? In most customer environments I visited, … Continue reading Step by Step: Enforce Require LDAP Signing on domain controllers. Part 1

Field Notes: Azure Active Directory Connect – Federation with AD FS

I started off this Azure AD Connect series by going through the express installation path, where the password hash synchronization sign-in option is selected by default. This was followed by the custom installation path using pass-through authentication and a remote SQL installation. See: Field Notes: Azure Active Directory Connect – Express InstallationField Notes: Azure Active Directory … Continue reading Field Notes: Azure Active Directory Connect – Federation with AD FS

Azure MFA over NPS MFA Extension

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/authentication/howto-mfa-nps-extension The MFA extension for NPS is the new way of integration if you dont want to host the MFA self-service onpremise. NPS is Windows component works as a radius for integration with 3rd party applications/appliances I just come from integrating this to F5 VPN/Portal witch and not tested by F5 team (while i'm writing … Continue reading Azure MFA over NPS MFA Extension