Crl Publication Interval And Crl Life Time Configuration

Crl Overlap Period

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP addresses or by file and folder location . Note that any changes to a certificate server's CRL distribution points do not apply retroactively. This information is included in the certificate at the time of issue . If you change the CRL distribution point, clients checking previously issued certificates will be unable to locate the new distribution point. If it becomes necessary to change a distribution point, develop a transition strategy that either...

Configuring NLB Port Rules

Port Rule The Nodes The Cluster

Port rules, shown in Figure 16-5, control, on a port-by-port basis, how network traffic is treated by an NLB cluster. By default, the cluster balances all traffic received on the cluster IP address across all nodes. You can modify this so that only specific traffic, designated by port, received on the cluster IP address is balanced. The cluster drops any traffic that does not match a port rule. You can also configure the cluster to forward traffic to a specific node rather than to all nodes,...

When You Should Use AD LDS

As a network administrator, you will be called on to decide when it is appropriate to use AD LDS and when AD DS is required. Consider using AD LDS in the following situations You need to provide support for departmental applications that require additional identity information that is of no relevance to any other department within the organization. By integrating the additional information in an AD LDS instance, you can ensure that the relevant department has access to it without affecting the...

Comparing Ad Lds and AD DS

AD LDS is based on AD DS but does not include all the features of AD DS . Both AD LDS and AD DS rely on multimaster replication for data consistency and support the LDAP application programming interface API and the Active Directory Services Interface ADSI APIs. Both services support schema extensions and application directory partitions . Both can install a replica from removable media and are integrated into the Windows Server 2008 backup tools . Both services support object-level security...