Apple's iOS is a mobile device operating system which runs on their iPhone and iPad devices.

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Setting up IIS 7.5 for AD Client Certificates for iOS devices

I am working on getting an iPad to auth to an IIS7.5 website using a local certificate mapped to a user in AD. I am not, in any sense of the word, an IIS admin. I essentially need to setup a proof ...
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Internet printing : print to iOS gateway -> AirPrint / something -> Laser printers

I've done a bit of research on the Internet, and it looks like I'm on a dead end. My goal is to minimize cost, and be able to send and print documents AUTOMATICALLY (may be 10 or 20 pages per day) to ...
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Macs behind a proxy, using squid for SSL and HTTP traffic

There appears to be an NTLM bug in OSX in how authentication is handled with our corporate proxy. On several Macs (and iDevices) Safari, iTunes, Software Updates, AppStore etc all crash when they ...
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Configure username/password only auth in OpenVPN Connect

I'm trying to configure my client to use only username/password for authentication. Unfortunatly, iOS app keeps asking me for a Certificate (I'm not sure it's Client certificate though). Here is ...
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How to have SSL on Amazon Elastic Load Balancer with a Gunicorn EC2 server?

I'm a self taught back end engineer so I'm learning all of this stuff as I go along. For the longest time, I've been using basic authentication for my users. Many developers are advising against this ...
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How do I configure OpenSwan to allow pure IPsec (not L2TP) connections from an iPhone?

Similar to this question, I want to configure an IPsec server on Linux which will accept connections from the iPhone. However, unlike the other question, I want to be able to test with pre-shared keys ...
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Mopria and DNS-SD

With the Advent of Android 4.4 Kit Google now natively supports some form of built in printing functionality. This means that a lot of printers now support Mopria. Just like Airprint on IOS, Mopria ...