The Specified Directory Service Attribute or Value Does Not Exist

“The specified directory service attribute or value does not exist” If you’ve come across this problem while trying to use Active Directory, you may well be dancing the double-hop. This issue can occur when you switch on “Integrated Windows Authentication” in IIS and then try to get some information from Active Directory for the logged-inContinue reading “The Specified Directory Service Attribute or Value Does Not Exist”

Find Out Who is Logged In to a Server and Kick Them Off

If you remote onto a Windows server with any kind of regularity, you will probably have come across a scenario where the number of concurrent connections has reached the limit. This is often followed by shouting across the office or sending an email asking people if they are connected and whether they can log offContinue reading “Find Out Who is Logged In to a Server and Kick Them Off”

JavaScript and Noisy HTML

I was answering a question on a popular coding forum and it once again highlighted the age old problem of terribly bad JavaScript. This was the HTML code in question: <a id=”image1″ href=”#”><img src=”image.png”></a> And there was a bit of JavaScript adding an onclick event to the anchor tag. An innocent looking example. An anchorContinue reading “JavaScript and Noisy HTML”