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A few years ago [1] I wrote about how you could enable Domain Accounts to self-manage their ServicePrincipalNames.  This is particularly advantageous when using Kerberos to secure services. We recently needed to set up some service accounts in Active Directory to participate in establishing a Kerberos capability for middleware integration.  […]

Manage ServicePrincipalName Properties Using PowerShell


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Identity Server 3 supports the Client Credentials OAuth2 grant.  I wrote a brief introduction to both OAuth2 and IdentityServer3 last month, this is a follow-on article exploring some other facets of authentication. This is a little bit like basic authentication, in that the client (the application which wants to consume […]

How IdentityServer3 Handles Client Credentials Flow


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Following on from the last instalment where I looked at supporting PowerShell script development in Visual Studio 2010, I’m going to take a closer look at PowerShell integration with the newer Visual Studio 2012. Again, I’ll be leveraging the excellent Quest PowerGUI product and the associated Visual Studio extension. Installation […]

PowerShell and Visual Studio 2012