James R. Day

James R.
Day

James R. Day is a senior system engineer at NuAxis, where he primarily helps government and commercial customers with their Active Directory (AD) implementations. He has been involved in all aspects of implementing AD, including design and architecture, training, migration, change control, audit control, and ongoing support and administration. He has also come up with several creative solutions to automate tasks. His certifications include MCITP: Enterprise Administrator and MCITP: Server Administrator for Windows Server 2008, and CompTia Security +. He has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta.

Articles
Dogsled Replication Protocol Provides Active Directory Authentication Services When a WAN Isn't Available
A senior system engineer needed to provide Active Directory (AD) authentication services to a research facility on top of a glacier. It had no phone lines and no Internet or network connectivity of any type. Here's the creative solution he came up with.
Protect AD from Administrative Errors
We all know that mistakes happen, but in AD, they can be disastrous. Here's how you can help prevent mistakes in a production environment instead of just reacting to them.
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