Browsing Posts published in July, 2006

As you can probably tell from previous blog entries and presentations, I’ve been a big fan of Sysinternals tools for a long time. Mark Russinovich and Bryce Cogswell wrote some of the best Windows tools in existence, free or otherwise. Process Explorer kicks Task Manager’s proverbial butt. Regmon and Filemon are invaluable debugging aids (and […]

Presenting at EDMUG last week was a blast. The audience was great and people asked some fantastic questions. I presented Enterprise Architecture for Mere Mortals: Authentication where I discussed the major authentication mechanisms for enterprise applications – basic, NTLM, and Kerberos – and authentication topologies – trusted subsystem, delegation, constrained delegation, and protocol transition. It […]