Damir Dizdarevic is a graduate mathematician – IT professional, and works as a manager of MS CPLS Educational Center in Logosoft Company Ltd., and as a lecturer and author of the MOC courses. In addition, he works as a systems designer for complex enterprise environments. He is the founder and leader of the Bosnian MSCommunity. He works with Microsoft server platforms for the last 18 years, and particularly specializes in Windows Server, Exchange Server, Security , mobility and virtualization solutions. For the contribution in the knowledge sharing about Microsoft server products, work in the community, and for the large number of lectures, Microsoft awarded him with the status of Most Valuable Professional - MVP, 7 years in a row. Damir has the large number of technical certifications ( MCSE , MCTS , MCITP , MCT ) for Windows Server 2012 , Exchange Server 2013 and Hyper-V. He is a regular and highly rated presenter at conferences in the region such as MS Network, Microsoft Vizija , NT conference , etc. At the conference Microsoft Sinergija (Serbia) in the previous seven years in a row, he was one of the three best speakers by the audience voting. Damir is one of the few speakers from Europe, who also works as an author and reviewer official MOC courses . In the previous and this year he is intensively engaged in development of series of official courses for Windows Server 2012 and Exchange Server 2013. In addition , for last 14 years, he's been working as an editor of BH IT magazine INFO , where he published over 400 professional articles , and is one of the few authors from the wider region , who publishes professional articles in the prestigious Windows ITPro Magazine ( some articles available at : http://windowsitpro.com/author/damir-dizdarevic ) . His blog on the Microsoft Server products and Microsoft Learning program is available on http://dizdarevic.ba/ddamirblog.
Dynamic Access Control – application in production
- Stopnja 300
09. april 2014 16:00
<span style="font-family: 'Calibri','sans-serif'; font-size: 11pt;">Dynamic Access Control in Windows Server 2012 radically changes the way how we look at access control for shared folders and files. Instead of using usual NTFS permissions, we can now use conditional expressions based on claims, resource properties and file classifications to protect folders and files. This session provides a practical view on Dynamic Access control usage. We will explain how claims work, what are resource properties, how to configure file classifications and how to implement Dynamic Access Control in production environment. If you are experienced Windows Server administrator that manages shared resources, this is the right session for you. </span>