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Feb
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comment Apache Module to hold connections | backend to DMZ - DMZ to backend
Well I think the reason why the ports of the internal firewall should not be opened for inbound connections is because it gives a little more security - and it's a great peace of mind if there is no need to "open" an INBOUND port in the internal firewall. I know that the Sybase Relay Server offers this functionality as an addon to Apache or IIS but this is currently out of scope.
Feb
26
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Feb
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Dec
8
comment Access a remote active directory
Would you be so kind to elaborate why I'm playing contact sport if I have this lone server, which doesn't have ANY connection to sensible data or other networks if I open up the local LDAP on the server to Internet access. Your last advise is probably also helpful to open up LDAP Servers in a local network - since they need to be accessible too.
Dec
7
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Dec
7
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7
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Dec
7
comment Access a remote active directory
Well, the Server where the Active Directory is installed on is connected to the Internet. I want to connect to the Active Directory on that server over the Internet and use it as a learning vehicle. I would configurate the IIS as a Reverse Proxy to secure the environment. The active Directory contains no critical data which could be lost, so I think it should be pretty safe to use the server as a playground.
Dec
7
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Dec
7
comment Access a remote active directory
I don't think it's accessible via Internet right now(hence my question). The server with the Active Directory is some sort of a playground. I wanted to access this host in order to prepare myself for some upcoming tasks with another ( this time, local Active Directory Server ). I would use the IIS as an Reverse Proxy.
Dec
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Dec
7
comment Access a remote active directory
Well, I can't use the server name since I'm trying to connect over the internet with that specific server. I think I need to use the ip address in order to identify the server? Once I use the command with -s localhost:389 - it works flawlessly.
Dec
7
asked Access a remote active directory