Articles tagged with: Microsoft

Extending & customizing Dynamic Access Control

on Tuesday, 20 November 2012. Posted in Videos

Dynamic Access Control - Deep Dive & Extensibility

Extending & customizing Dynamic Access Control
In Otober we worte about the extensibility of Dynamic Access Control. Now Dave McPherson, a senior program manager, has presented this deep dive into extending and customising Dynamic Access Control at Microsoft's Build 2012 event.

Planning Access Policy Deployment using DAC

on Tuesday, 06 November 2012. Posted in Basics

Dynamic Access Control Scenarios

Planning Access Policy Deployment using DAC
The team at TechNet have updated their deployment scenario on Central Access Policy. If you have not as yet read this simple step by step guide on utilising Dynamic Access Control to secure and control your companys data, you can find an overview and link here.

Dynamic Access Control developer extensibility

on Wednesday, 24 October 2012. Posted in Basics

Windows Dev Center - Security and Identity

One of the many great things about Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is that it's functionality can be extended by 3rd party developers and vendors. To capitalise on this, Microsoft have delivered a variety of developer extensibility points with Windows Server 2012, that add customization potential for your application development. Many of these extensibility points are outlined in the Windows Dev Center, some with additional information and others to be further developed...

Dynamic Access Control on Windows Server 2012

on Monday, 15 October 2012. Posted in Videos

From End to Edge and Beyond - Episode 21

Dynamic Access Control on Windows Server 2012
Microsoft security bloggers Tom Shinder and Yuri Diogenes interview Tim Springston, a Senior Support Escalation Engineer from Microsoft Customer Service and Support (CSS) Directory Services Team. Tim talks about Dynamic Access Control (DAC) in Windows Server 2012 and new enhancements in Kerberos. Tim explains how DAC works and gives examples on how to use it in a mixed environment with Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7.

Document Quarantine with Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control

on Wednesday, 26 September 2012. Posted in Basics

Document Quarantine - Identify, protect, and take further action

Document Quarantine with Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control
In this blog Robert De Luca a Senior Program Manager focused on Identity, highlights some of the early work on Dynamic Access Control during the Windows Server 2012 validation program. Long before Microsoft released DAC to the market, dedicated customers deployed, tested and identified issues during the development phase. Robert will take you through the details of document quarantine using Dynamic Access Control.

Windows Server 2012 Launch Site - DAC Video

on Wednesday, 12 September 2012. Posted in Videos

Windows Server 2012 Launch - Dynamic Access Control Video

Windows Server 2012 Launch Site - DAC Video
Protect critical data with policy-based access control. Construct central access policies and resolve access rule expressions across file shares, individual files, end users and devices. Automatically identify and classify data based on content, and audit access control data and decisions.

Nir Ben-Zvi, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft introduces the Dynamic Access Control (DAC) feature set in Windows Server 2102. He explains how this feature set addresses complience and data leakage issues created by the rapid growth in data.

Free ebook: Introducing Windows Server 2012

on Monday, 03 September 2012. Posted in Whitepaper

Introducing Windows Server 2012, by Mitch Tulloch

Free ebook: Introducing Windows Server 2012
Microsoft Press have published a free eBook outling the many new features of Windows Server, including Dynamic Access Control.

Introducing Windows Server 2012 has 256 pages loaded with inside information from the Windows Server team on how to get the most from your Server software.

The eBook includes tips, screenshots and trouble shooting on enhancing security and compliance with Dynamic Access Control. The enhancements covered include...