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  • Blog Post: Do you like to go deep on security topics?

    If so, then you need to check out this new blog . The only danger is that you'll go so deep you won't come back.......hum, maybe I'll send some folks I know there.... <updated when="Jan042008">Here is some other stuff that may also be very valuable. "How Do I?" Videos for Security </updated>...
  • Blog Post: Future Authentication Path for SharePoint Technology

    For a non-Microsoft POV, check out the kind of things being considered. For an official position, I'd watch for future posts on the SharePoint Team blog . Microsoft switching SharePoint to claims-based authentication </steve>
  • Blog Post: Securing Office 2007 Desktop Apps

    2007 Microsoft Office Security Guide ...The 2007 Microsoft Office Security Guide provides IT professionals with best practices and automated tools to help strengthen the security of computers that run either Windows Vista™ or Windows® XP SP2 and Office 2007 desktop applications... </steve>
  • Blog Post: SharePoint: Managing Users and Security

    A white paper that may be of interest to those administrators just getting started with SharePoint written by Bamboo Solutions. </steve>
  • Blog Post: MOSS Customization

    A really good example of utilizing multiple tools: MOSS , BDC, InfoPath, Forms Server, SharePoint Designer, Workflow and VSTO. Creating a Custom User Site Provisioning Solution with SharePoint Server 2007 (Part 1 of 2) Creating a Custom User Site Provisioning Solution with SharePoint Server...
  • Blog Post: MOSS Security

    This white paper was just published; it provides an introduction to the MOSS security model for those who are interested. From the article: Introduction In order for a web application to exist in today’s business environment, it must stand up to modern day information security standards. Additionally...
  • Blog Post: MOSS and Kerberos Deployment

    During a recent POC, I was reminded (again) that the double-hop problem is a thorn in the side. For those living on another planet or a big rock and haven't heard or experieced the double-hop, basically this occurs when our SharePoint page (or Web parts on the page) attempts to access resources on a...
  • Blog Post: MOSS Zones and Alternate Access Mapping

    Good article and site worth bookmarking. </steve>
  • Blog Post: Using a SharePoint List as an Authentication Provider

    Thought provoking...It's worth a read ... [Updated May 11, 07. Wow, there's a sequel... part 2 ; it's getting even better.] </steve>
  • Blog Post: SharePoint, Best Bets and Security Trimming

    Last week, a customer came to me with a security trimming issue they were experiencing. Users were seeing search results that they didn’t have permission to see. Fortunately, they were denied access when they tried to access the information from the link in the search results. I had personally...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint and Forefront

    Reliable Repositories: Using Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint to Defend Collaboration </steve>
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Security

    You need to check out this site. It has some really good articles and make sure to take a look at the Universal Provider Framework. </steve>
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