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I'm demoing the latest version (2010.2) on Windows 2008 R2 (therefore 64bit) Standard edition. Accepted the default installation path, included a domain admin accout ... .Web.Extensions, Version=3.5.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35">

asked Nov 12, 2010 by markoalleno (70 points)
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By default, SSL is not configured for the Adaxes Web Interface and network transmissions are not encrypted. However, you can configure SSL on the Adaxes Web ... work in both cases: with Windows-integrated authentication and with forms-based authentication.

asked Oct 14, 2010 by Support (211k points)
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Adaxes service uses the LDAP protocol to communicate with Active Directory. Interaction between the Adaxes service and Active Directory is secured for security-sensitive ... clients and Adaxes services is always performed using an encrypted TCP channel.

asked Oct 14, 2010 by Support (211k points)
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Adaxes itself doesn't store the password for the Adaxes service account. Adaxes service is installed as a Windows system service that runs under the account of the ... , which means that only processes running under this account can unprotect the data.

asked Oct 14, 2010 by Support (211k points)
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My current AD structure is over complicated because our business has consolidated over the past few years. I could of course restructure it. but as I test your product ... business unit. Am I missing any functionality in ADAXES that could enable this scenario?

asked Oct 4, 2010 by Jobobo (130 points)
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Failed to import schema to the service backend using 'ldifde.exe'. It then rolls back everything. Is my AD too big?

asked Aug 29, 2010 by Jobobo (130 points)
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I need to review the security of your application as part of my evaluation. This is obviously very important for a directory management app. Could you answer a couple ... cert is used for testing is there any impact or extra configuration necessary? Thanks

asked May 27, 2010 by Jobobo (130 points)
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roles and business units? Creating these through the UI in a large AD environment can be tedious. TIA

asked May 27, 2010 by Jobobo (130 points)
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Greetings, I am currently evaluating Adaxes and was wondering, how well can it handle an AD that is close to 50GB in size? Does Adaxes update ACL's on the objects? ... (or domains) in the database installed by the product? Thanks for your Time Ron Hagerman

asked Feb 2, 2010 by Hagermanr (100 points)
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Hello, I need to modify e-mails for all users in an OU. Does anyone know how to do it quickly? Thanks

asked Sep 24, 2009 by tjohns (70 points)
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Hi! I need a report of user accounts with empty attributes. Is there a possibility to make such report? Thanks in advance.

asked Sep 11, 2009 by philip (70 points)
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We are moving to Windows 2008 Server environment and I need to reinstall Adaxes. Is it possible to preserve the present configuration? Regards, Tim

asked Sep 1, 2009 by tim_w (70 points)
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Softerra Adaxes does not extend the AD schema. Moreover, Softerra Adaxes does not store its data in Active Directory and doesn't modify the native permissions assigned in ... Adaxes, you can use Active Directory just as you did before the product installation.

asked Jun 17, 2009 by Support (211k points)
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You do not need to create a trust between AD domains to manage them with an Adaxes service. When registering an AD domain, an account with administrative permissions ... control the user access to the managed resources, the Adaxes service uses Security Roles.

asked Apr 29, 2009 by Support (211k points)
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Using the Adaxes Administration Console, you can perform bulk update of AD users in several ways: Using the Add or Modify Property Wizard: Select the AD users you need in ... multiple user and computer accounts, add users or contacts to a group in bulk, etc.

asked Apr 28, 2009 by Support (211k points)
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All operations performed via Adaxes service are logged in the Service Log. You can view the log using Adaxes Administration Console. To find an initiator of an operation: Launch ... . Use the Group by drop-down to arrange log records by a certain column.

asked Apr 23, 2009 by Support (211k points)
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Softerra Adaxes provides role-based security administration, so permissions are granted to users with the help of Security Roles. To view the Security Roles that delegate permissions ... delegated, right-click a Security Role and click Locate Role in Tree.

asked Apr 23, 2009 by Support (211k points)
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