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WLAN mit IEEE 802.1X und RADIUS in einer Windows Server-Umgebung sicher umsetzen

Dieser Artikel erschien zuerst auf Bents Blog. Kürzlich habe ich in unserem Unternehmen ein sicheres WLAN aufgebaut – eigentlich zu Evaluierungszwecken gedacht, hat sich die Lösung doch recht schnell zu einer praktikablen und sicheren Variante zur Nutzung für unsere Mitarbeiter etabliert. Bei der Übertragung von Daten steht nach wie vor das Thema Sicherheit im Vordergrund – gerade was das Thema WLAN angeht, sollte die Sensibilität für sichere Verbindungen vorhanden sein. Der folgende Artikel beschreibt, wie ich das Thema umgesetzt habe, stellt aber ganz sicher nicht die praktikabelste Lösung für alle denkbaren Einsatzzwecke dar. Allein die Tatsache, dass mit Hilfe von Windows-Bordmitteln die Umsetzung einen relativ geringen Aufwand verursachte, macht diese Möglichkeit meiner Meinung nach sehr interessant. Anforderungen an Funknetzwerke Bevor man sich an die Umsetzung eines WLANs macht, sollte man sich im Vorfeld mit den gängigen, möglichen Sicherheitsstandards vertraut machen. Auch für…

SQL Server 2008: Upgrading to Standard/Enterprise Edition from Evaluation Edition

I often get asked about upgrading SQL Server 2008 Evaluation Edition to a retail edition such as Standard or Enterprise Edition. This is very well documented at the below SQL Server books online link: How to: Upgrade to a Different Edition of SQL Server 2008 (Setup)
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc707783.aspx Below are the main steps, using the Setup , edition upgrade wizard. Insert the SQL Server installation media. From the root folder, double-click setup.exe or launch the SQL Server Installation Center from Configuration Tools. To install from a network share, locate the root folder on the share, and then double-click Setup.exe.To upgrade an existing instance of SQL Server 2008 to a different edition, from the SQL Server Installation Center click Maintenance, and then select Edition Upgrade.If Setup support files are required, SQL Server Setup installs them. If you are instructed to restart your computer, restart before you continue.The System Configuration Checker runs a dis…

How to install Exchange Server 2007 SP3 on a computer that is running Windows SBS 2008

This article discusses the steps that are required to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3 (SP3) on a computer that is running Windows Small Business Server (Windows SBS) 2008.

To download and install Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP3, visit the following Microsoft website:

Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3

Note Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2) on a computer that is running Windows SBS 2008, you first had to install an installation tool. For more information about the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP 2 Installation Tool for Windows SBS 2008, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft KNowledge Base:

974271  Description of the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2 Installation Tool for Windows Small Business Server 2008
This tool is not required to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP3 on a computer that is running Windows SBS 2008. Stop the following services:FSCControllerMicrosoft Exchange Information StoreM…

7 Steps To Successfully Using POP3 in Exchange 2010

POP3 is still around and available out of the box in Exchange 2010 but intentionally not configured as usable. Let’s have a look at understanding POP3 in Exchange 2010. Let’s start with the basics – the POP3 retrieval mechanism is a service that’s present on every CAS server you rollout – however in order to make things as secure as possible, the service type is set to manual. Step 1- Set the service to Automatic for every CAS server you with to retrieve pop mail from Step 2 – Plain text or Encrypted In The Exchange Management Console, Navigate to Server Configuration, Client Access, choose a CAS server to configure, click on the POP3 and IMAP4 tab, and finally double click on POP3. Now click on the Binding tab. The top portion of this dialog represents plain old unencrypted POP3, however, if you’ve installed a certificate and secured the POP3 service, your port changes from 110 to 005, or anything else that you’d like to specify, should you want to use a non standard port for any reason.
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