Configuring Active Directory with Weblogic Server: (via It’s all about Weblogic..!!)


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Configuring Active Directory with Weblogic Server: . . Configuring Active Directory with Weblogic Server: . . In the example below : . slab.xxx.com is the Domain name streethawk is the Domain Controller Users is a Container ( Default ) . puneeth3 is a user created under container “ User “ . . . — puneeth3 is a user in AD ( i.e the principal in WLS — we ll talk abt it in the next slide ). Below are the configurations that need to be done at WebLogic end : – Create a new domain – Click on “ Secu … Read More

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Configuring Active Directory with Weblogic Server: (via It’s all about Weblogic..!!)


great article on ActiveDirectory of weblogic

Configuring Active Directory with Weblogic Server: . . Configuring Active Directory with Weblogic Server: . . In the example below : . slab.xxx.com is the Domain name streethawk is the Domain Controller Users is a Container ( Default ) . puneeth3 is a user created under container “ User “ . . . — puneeth3 is a user in AD ( i.e the principal in WLS — we ll talk abt it in the next slide ). Below are the configurations that need to be done at WebLogic end : – Create a new domain – Click on “ Secu … Read More

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Single-Sign-On (SSO) in Java Platform using Active Directory (via WebMoli – Rediscover the Basics)


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Single-Sign-On (SSO) in Java Platform using Active Directory Sorry guys it been long time writing in my blog. Nowadays single-sign-on became a hot selling feature for all desktop and web-based products. In this article I talk about single-sign-on implementation in Java platform with Active Directory server. Since Microsoft Windows has become one of the most common corporate network platforms it is worth integrating with your product. Starting from Windows 2000 Microsoft supports Kerberos protocol. It is un … Read More

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Single-Sign-On (SSO) in Java Platform using Active Directory (via WebMoli – Rediscover the Basics)


SSO java perfect article

Single-Sign-On (SSO) in Java Platform using Active Directory Sorry guys it been long time writing in my blog. Nowadays single-sign-on became a hot selling feature for all desktop and web-based products. In this article I talk about single-sign-on implementation in Java platform with Active Directory server. Since Microsoft Windows has become one of the most common corporate network platforms it is worth integrating with your product. Starting from Windows 2000 Microsoft supports Kerberos protocol. It is un … Read More

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Social Media: Air Force ordered software to manage army of Fake Virtual People (via 2012 The Awakening)


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by Stephen C. Webster These days, with Facebook and Twitter and social media galore, it can be increasingly hard to tell who your "friends" are. But after this, Internet users would be well advised to ask another question entirely: Are my "friends" even real people? In the continuing saga of data security firm HBGary, a new caveat has come to light: not only did they plot to help destroy secrets outlet WikiLeaks and discredit progressive bloggers … Read More

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10 Professional Development Tips for Young Healthcare Marketers (via The Healthcare Marketer)


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A young healthcare marketer in New England recently asked me for advice regarding career development. After we spoke, it came to me that the nuts and bolts of our conversation would probably be useful to others in the field. With that in mind, I put together this blog post. Please know that this is not comprehensive in nature. It is merely meant to give readers a good starting point on a career development path. With that said, here are 10 profes … Read More

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When the Healthcare Marketer Becomes the Patient (via The Healthcare Marketer)


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When the Healthcare Marketer Becomes the Patient One of my challenges as a marketer is that I become very close to the brands and organizations my firm promotes. My attachment continues long after our formal relationship has ended (yes, I've come to understand that all client relationship eventually come to an end). I worked with UNC Health Care for nearly 14 years before moving on to other opportunities. As someone who lives in UNC's backyard, I still receive their mailings and continue to fol … Read More

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