Traditionally remote desktop connections to Windows servers have been secured by authentication mechanisms based on username and password. Although current target servers provide the client with a certificate to proove their identity, most users are a certificate warning because hardly...
One of Profile Migrator’s new features in version 2.3 is the new licensing model for service providers and integrators. Coincidentally one of those recently reported an issue with Profile Migrator and redirected folders. During his tests the service provider relocated...
A while ago I explained how user passwords in common applications like Outlook are stored and encrypted. Unfortunately the tie of encryption and user accounts made a migration impossible for a number of migration scenarios. With Profile Migrator 2.3 we...
With the release of version 2.2 of Profile Migrator not only covers all current migration scenarios, it also is the only application that migrates Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer between versions. One of the most important settings that makes the...
The Challenge: I'm using a notebook for my work and mostly save my data to the local disc. For security reasons, this drive is encrypted using EFS technology which is build-in in Windows 7. When I'm in the office in...
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Bugs and Annoyances ICA connections initiated over the ICA client object (ICO) SDK fail because 128-bit encryption cannot be enabled. Apparently, setting EncryptionLevelSession does not work. Annoyingly, this bug is more than a year old , was fixed in the...
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In case you have (un?)wittingly been juggling around with multiple EFS certificates like me , you may feel a strong urge to clean up the mess. Which mess? It can happen quite easily that different files are encrypted with different...
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This document offers a practical introduction to Public Key Infrastructures and the fundamental technologies which are involved. After a formal outline of PKI, two popular implementations are discussed: X.509 PKI and OpenPGP PKI.