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Jaap de Haan is an experienced software designer and developer. His programming experience started in BASIC + Z80 assembly on MSX home computers. C#, C/C++, Java are his favorite languages. For Web development PHP is his language of choice.


Dec
28
answered How to configure CruiseControl.Net for Windows Authentication?
Dec
28
comment How to configure CruiseControl.Net for Windows Authentication?
I am facing the same issue more than a year later. I think the support for Windows authentication is not implemented at all. IIS puts the identity in HttpContext.User and this is never used in the source of ccnet. I found instead only the use of Cookies["CCNetSessionToken"]... Not sure how to add the functionality.
Sep
13
awarded  Scholar
Sep
13
accepted Windows users and groups management software
Sep
13
comment Windows users and groups management software
Thanks for this hint, I guess this is the key point in our deployment stragegy. My manager does not trust quite well the settings and would like to have a mean to check a wanted to an actual config. I guess I can manage to write some scripts using the sysinternal tools and powershell. I feel better if you can manage it without such a tool, I hope I can learn it too :-) Thanks for the discussion guys.
Sep
13
comment Windows users and groups management software
ErikA, you are kidding me, do you really mean this is a user friendly way? :-D I will have to check repeatedly and modify + audit these rights quite often, I need software to overview and query it without browsing to each single folder and check the rights manually. We are talking about more than a million files and a few hundreds users and even more groups.
Sep
13
comment Windows users and groups management software
We actually already have an IT managed LDAP, from which we can take the users, but in our team we focus on managing the rights & groups into which these users can be put. There is no really niche UI to figure out at a glance where a given user belongs to and what folders he is able to access with given rights. On the contrary given a folder on FTP I also have to easy way to figure out which users have access to it.... Can Active Directory really do that? I will check of course, but I was not aware that it could do it. Thanks anywas.
Sep
13
comment Windows users and groups management software
In the end if I cannot find anything, I will probably do it myself using the network management API... :-)
Sep
13
asked Windows users and groups management software
Jul
6
answered “could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:80 ” — Apache Error
Oct
14
awarded  Teacher
Oct
14
comment how many can access a website at the same time?
That is fully correct. In practice you would need a really high traffic to reach the limit. I would like to have this kind of "trouble" on my site and not only the 10 people a day! :-)
Oct
14
answered how many can access a website at the same time?
Oct
5
answered How do I view the TCP Send and Receive Queue sizes on Windows?
Sep
30
answered Unable to boot into Windows Vista, gets into grub prompt
Sep
18
awarded  Supporter
Sep
18
awarded  Autobiographer