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Web Active Directory Releases PeoplePassword and PeopleEnroll v3.2

Today we released a new version of our Windows self-service password reset (SSPR) solution, PeoplePassword, along with its companion automatic enrollment product, PeopleEnroll. This PeoplePassword release helps users complete their enrollment when combining enrollment data imported using PeopleEnroll with manual questions that users answer themselves. Users are prompted for the manual questions when using the

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Active Directory Provisioning with PowerShell: Extensibility and Power without Costly Implementation (Part 1 of 4)

Too often, software companies want absolute control of their black box of intellectual property (IP). These companies only want extensibility and customizability if it means more revenue from implementation services. A few companies in our space have even developed their own scripting languages to make customers pay for more services or training to learn yet

Windows Active Directory Cached User Credentials

We get questions about Active Directory credential caching quite often from customers and prospects. Since we provide Active Directory solutions, it would make sense that we have insight into AD credentials caching in Windows but the caching mechanism is actually a function of the client and not the server. We take a closer look at

Had a nice article written about Web Active Directory

Dallas Entrepreneur Network published an article in April about Web Active Directory from an interview I did with them.  I thought I would share it with you. http://dallasentrepreneurnetwork.org/2011/04/interview-steve-denney-ceo-web-active-directory/ Let me know your thoughts

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Great Resources for Adding Favicons to your Website

We recently launched a refreshed website for our company at www.webactivedirectory.com. Part of our efforts included ensuring we made the site as user friendly as possible. Working in this direction, we spent time on one little detail that is a great aid for users but often is overlooked—the little icon that appears next to the

Manage Windows Active Directory Passwords for a Distributed Workforce

In times past every worker in your enterprise had to use a locally-connected computer to log in to the Windows network and authenticate against Active Directory. Recently we’ve moved past this antiquity to using connections over VPN or even the open Internet to log into our Windows environment. What does this mean for your Windows

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Customer Service: The Fix is IN!

Customer service has not died, contrary to popular belief. Frankly, it’s alive and well if you know where to look. However, a lot of poor or non-existent customer service offerings for a wide array of products are out there and these foster that ill feeling that customer service is an afterthought to most organizations. Poor

How do the attributes in the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) user interface map to the named LDAP attributes in Active Directory?

We’ve had this article on our support site for a long time and it’s one of the most high-traffic articles we have. Why? Because it’s quite difficult to figure out which AD attributes are represented in the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) user interface with the obtuse and antiquated names defined in LDAP (really,

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