MS: Find the owner of a file using PowerShell

We recently had to assist a user who lost a manually added drive mapping after her machine was reloaded. I found this useful command to tell me who the owner/creator of the files are on the server she claimed the files were stored on: Get-ChildItem d:\ -recurse | ForEach-Object {Get-Acl $_.FullName} And to filter for … Continue reading MS: Find the owner of a file using PowerShell

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MS: IIS System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException: Keyset does not exist

After changing the certificate and running through all the CRM ADFS changes (see my previous post) I encountered this error on the web front end: System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException: Keyset does not exist I checked the userID used to start the CRM app pool and found that it requires READ permission on the newly imported certificate's PRIVATE key.

MS: Configure Claims-Based Authentication, and fixing it if these steps don’t work

Configure Claims-Based Authentication Below, we setup Claims-Based Authentication Configuration Wizard ( Configure Claims-Based Authentication Wizard ) to configure the Claims-Based Authentication. To learn how PowerShell to configure Claims-Based Authentication, refer to the English original. 1) Open the Deployment Manager. 2) on the left navigation panel, right-click Microsoft Dynamics CRM , and then click Configure Claims-Based … Continue reading MS: Configure Claims-Based Authentication, and fixing it if these steps don’t work

MS: Rolling back Security Configuration Wizard bloopers

I was recently tasked with applying security policies and templates to remote standalone/workgroup servers. Like a good admin I created a hardened policy and started to run the security configuration wizard - I applied the settings thinking that I ticked all the right boxes...but only to I find that I was unable to RDP or … Continue reading MS: Rolling back Security Configuration Wizard bloopers