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[IAM Online] IAM Online Nov 12 - Turning Off Legacy Technology - 2 pm ET
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- Subject: [IAM Online] IAM Online Nov 12 - Turning Off Legacy Technology - 2 pm ET
- Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2014 15:57:44 +0000
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IAM Online – Wednesday, November 12, 2014
2 pm ET / 1 pm CT / Noon MT / 11 am PT
Turning Off NTLMv1 or How to Approach Turning Off Legacy Technology
Do you have legacy technologies that you would like to abandon . . . or at least turn off? How can you identify the potential impacts? And what does all of this have to do with an Active Directory Cookbook?
Nick Roy will introduce you to the Active Directory Silver Cookbook and Brian Arkills will discuss how the University of Washington successfully turned off NT LAN Manager - specifically NTLMv1 - and the strategies employed to avoid undesirable impacts and rollback hell. Brian will also note how other IT service managers might successfully approach turning off (or discouraging) legacy technology using similar strategies.
Brian suggests a portion of the the Active Directory Silver Cookbook, developed by members of the InCommon community, would make useful background reading (http://goo.gl/AuJjbI). This
link takes you to the “Ensure IdP Authentication Secrets are Protected in Transit” section and the suggested configuration changes including turning off NTLMv1.
Speaker: Brian Arkills, University of Washington
Moderator: Nick Roy, Penn State
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- [IAM Online] IAM Online Nov 12 - Turning Off Legacy Technology - 2 pm ET, Dean Woodbeck, 11/07/2014
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