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Active Directory Best Practices: Ten Years Later


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Ten years after Active Directory's release, a lot has been learned. Unfortunately, many organizations rolled out Active Directory early on and never had the time or resources to revisit what *really* needs to be done to secure and manage the enterprise directory service. Dan Holme, who has led Active Directory designs and redesigns for Fortune-caliber clients, shares the best practices that you may have missed in this Active Directory design and management "rapid fire" session. What has worked and what has failed in the "real world," and why, and what can you learn from those lessons?


A graduate of Yale University and Thunderbird, Dan Holme has spent over a decade as a consultant and trainer, delivering solutions to tens of thousands of IT professionals from the most prestigious organizations and corporations around the world. He has supported Active Directory design and implementation at enterprises such as Raytheon, ABN AMRO, Johnson & Johnson, and General Electric. Among his favorite roles is as Microsoft Technologies Consultant for NBC Olympics, a role he played in Torino and in Beijing. Dan is also a contributing editor for Windows IT Pro magazine, has been awarded Microsoft MVP status (Directory Services, 2007 and Office SharePoint Server, 2008) and has authored numerous best-selling books.

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Published Date: June 15, 2011
Presented By: Anthony de Bruyn




Video: WMV (ZIP)