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Logan Smith
Logan Smith

Ready For Microsofts LDAP Changes What You Need To Know



All this built-in protection is great, but what if you want to change the built-in permission sets? Organizations will have different needs to cover various scenarios, and sometimes the default permissions will need to be altered. It's nearly impossible to do this if you don't know how to update the AdminSDHolder permission set.




Ready for Microsoft’s LDAP Changes What You Need to Know


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Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) are a part of the authentication process. The process is as follows: You as a user connect to your identity provider who needs to validate that it is really you trying to connect. Depending on the conditional access policies which are defined by the administrator, your identity provider might ask you for further information. If he believes that just entering your credentials is not enough to authenticate you, for example when you are connecting from an unknown network, he may ask you for additional information, for instance a code which is sent to your mobile phone. Microsoft has implemented this in a very dynamic way. Their systems continuously learn and decide what is a secure system and what is not. There is also the possibility to define a device as secure, for example your business laptop. If a device is defined as secure, you will be asked for your credentials just once and then a cookie is stored in your browser, so, the next time you log in, you are immediately logged in without asking for your credentials or further details again. These are additional policies an administrator can define, and this is especially relevant at times like these where many people are working from home (for example when using an insecure network instead of a corporate VPN at home).


Demo users like admin, demo and test don't allow you to tell a story. Which is why we changed theset of hard coded demo users to einstein, marie and feynman. You should know who they are.This also changes the ldap domain from dc=owncloud,dc=com to dc=example,dc=org becausethat is what these users use as their email domain. There are also konnectd and reva fortechnical purposes, eg. to allow konnectd and reva to bind to glauth.


I wish. It seems that enterprise and pro are slowly getting more control over what shovelware they give you - but I wouldn't bet on them ever turning it all off. I'd say that profile had a clash with it's app store sign in similar to the O365 issue mentioned above. If you haven't deleted that user profile yet, just try logging into it again later, dismiss the dialog, then sign out of app store and any other microsoft services (O365, Skype, OneDrive...) and see if you can get it back. Sometimes I get the "Hello, We have a great experience for you! We'll be ready soon" page on login - that is a stall-page while it rebuilds the profile... in which case - yeah, you will probably have to re set up your dev environments again.


"As we transition from a Java SE Platform release once every 3-4 years to a release every six months," she wrote, "Java developer will grow more accustomed to downloading the early access builds available and running their applications against them to determine any changes needed and whether to migrate to the upcoming version. Since the Java SE Platform has transitioned to a release every six months, starting with Java SE 9, that means there are fewer new features in each release. For example: there were over 100 Java Enhancement Proposals (JEPs) in Java SE 9, but only 12 JEPs in Java SE 10 and 17 JEPs in Java SE 11 (the current version, released in September 2018). This means the migration from one version of Java to another becomes a much smaller development project than in the past. In addition, because the new model calls for JEPs to be targeting only when ready, developers will have access to newer features on a more frequent basis to try out in development, rather than having to wait multiple years for the next release of Java to use in production." 350c69d7ab


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