Jan De Clercq

Jan
De Clercq

Jan De Clercq is a member of HP’s Technology Consulting IT Assurance Portfolio team. He focuses on cloud security, identity and access management, architecture for Microsoft-rooted IT infrastructures, and the security of Microsoft products. He's the author of Windows Server 2003 Security Infrastructures (Digital Press) and coauthor of Microsoft Windows Security Fundamentals (Digital Press) and Cloud Computing Protected: Security Assessment Handbook (Recursive Press).

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Event ID 5145 Logs Access Attempts
You can use the Detailed File Share audit subcategory to determine which file a user accessed on a file share.
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Windows File Share Access
Determine which users are accessing Windows file shares.
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Windows 8 Remote Attestation Service 1
Secure Windows 8 through a remote attestation service.
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Microsoft Rights Management for Individuals
Learn about Microsoft's new RMS offering.
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Automatically Rebind New IIS Web Server Certificates
Learn how to easily rebind new IIS web server certificates.
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Protected Users Group in Windows Server 2012 R2 Active Directory
Learn about the new Protected Users domain global group in Windows Server 2012 R2 Active Directory.
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Rights Management Services Certificate Types
Learn about Client Licensor Certificates vs. End User Licenses, as well as other Rights Management Services certificate types.
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Two Outlook Profiles with Windows Rights Management Services
Will a two-profile configuration in Outlook allow an administrator to also access RMS-protected messages that are linked to different Active Directory accounts?
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Resetting a Password vs. Changing a Password
Although resetting a password and changing a password have the same effect, they're two completely different actions. Here's how they differ.
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Finding Out the Last Time a User Logged On 1
There are several Active Directory attributes you can check to determine the last time a user logged on to a Windows domain.
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Setting Up the Certificate Autoenrollment Feature in a Windows Public Key Infrastructure
The certificate autoenrollment feature lets users and machines automatically enroll for certificates from a Windows Certification Authority.
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Checking the Status of the Trusted Platform Module from the Command Line 1
With the Windows Management Instrumentation command-line utility, you can check whether the Trusted Platform Module is activated and enabled.
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A Quick Way to Access Users' Security Information
By accessing the environment variables in a user's logon session, you can quickly retrieve the user's security information.
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Making Sure a Certificate Hasn't Been Revoked
Using the URL Retrieval Tool, you can find out whether a certificate's CRL Distribution Points (CDPs) and the Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs) at those CDPs are valid.
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Taking Ownership of a File or Folder from the Command Line
With the Takeown.exe command-line tool, administrators can take ownership of a file or folder.
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