FromMotherRussiaWithLove
FromMotherRussiaWithLove 17.09.2021 21:34 (GMT+3) Efficient way to get AD user membership recursively with PowerShell

Hehey!

 

Just found yet more useful property; msds-memberOfTransitive

Contains DNs of all groups (security and distrib)

Vadims Podāns
Vadims Podāns 17.09.2021 21:17 (GMT+3) Reading multiple signatures from signed file with PowerShell

No, there is no implementation in bcrypt. The code provided is still current.

Carsten Giese
Carsten Giese 17.09.2021 21:08 (GMT+3) Reading multiple signatures from signed file with PowerShell

Is there any solution doing the same with bcypt.dll?
According to Microsoft te WinCrypr-API is deprecated.

Adriano
Adriano 17.09.2021 18:16 (GMT+3) X.509 Name Constraints certificate extension – all you should know

Hello Vadims,

you wrote "When empty entry appears in excluded subtree, the meaning is different. It explicitly disallows any namespaces of that type..."

Can you please remind us where exactly is that specified in RFC5280 (or any other RFC) ? I cannot find the relevant wording...

Thank you.

FromMotherRussiaWithLove
FromMotherRussiaWithLove 17.09.2021 01:05 (GMT+3) Efficient way to get AD user membership recursively with PowerShell

* tokenGroups property returns only security group's SIDs, distrib lists are not included