Joined 11 years ago from Memphis, TN
I am an IT Manager with over 11 years of experience in IT management and Architecture around data center technologies, services consolidation, operational policies, procedures, and capacity planning of Windows Server, Unix, Linux, Macintosh, Storage, Active Directory, Exchange, Citrix XenApp application farms, thin technologies, and VMWare. I have experience architecture and management of solutions in a mixed client environments with over 5,000 nodes and international teams.
I am active in technology and politics. I really enjoy a good political debate. My political ideology is libertarian. I am also a musician who enjoys playing blues, rock, jazz, and metal on my guitars and with my band.
11 years ago
Recently I published an article on how to Integrate Unix into Active Directory while maintaining UNIX style security using Samba and OpenLDAP outlining the configuration setting up OpenLDAP to do ID mapping between Unix and Active Directory as well...
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