Microsoft Active Directory Cached Credentials

On Microsoft Active Directory environments, Cached credentials allow a user to access machine resources when a domain controller is unavailable. After a successful domain logon, a form of the logon information is cached. Later, a user can log on to the computer by using the domain account, even if the domain controller that authenticated the user is unavailable. Because the user has already been authenticated, Read More …

Turn off e-mail matching for certificates in Outlook

When you send an encrypted email message to a recipient, Outlook uses the recipient’s certificate to secure the message. If Read More …

XenApp SSPI handshake failed with error code 0x8009030c, state 14

During a routine check of the event logs on an SQL server that is being used for a XenApp 6.5 Read More …

Use environment variables like USERNAME in VBA

You can get at all sorts of system information within Visual Basic for Applications by using environment variables. This article Read More …

Active Directory – object Username error: The name reference is invalid

Sometimes, in Active Directory, when there’s even an Exchange environment, for some users, when you try to copy an AD Read More …

How to manage stored credentials with Windows Credential Manager

A convenient feature of any operating system or software application is its ability to save login credentials so you don’t Read More …