Archive for October, 2005

the other place

Thu, Nov 10: AMERICAN AIRLINES, AA 0177
From: NEW YORK JFK, NY (JFK) Departs: 6:00pm
To: SAN FRANCISCO, CA (SFO) Arrives: 9:26pm

Tue, Nov 15: AMERICAN AIRLINES, AA 0178
From: SAN FRANCISCO, CA (SFO) Departs: 1:45pm
To: NEW YORK JFK, NY (JFK) Arrives: 9:58pm

Yup, it’s that time again. Monday business hours will be spent on a Soopah-seekrit mission[1], the lovely is apparently arranging a hopefully non-fatal amusement on Friday night, and I’ll probably be at Woom for part/all of Saturday night. Other than that, my time is blissfully unscheduled. Want to hang? Drop me a line, call me, reply here, etc etc etc.

[1] So secret that if you know what it is already, I’d appreciate you not mentioning it in the comments. Ta!

The holy grail: RT and Windows Server Single Sign-On

(My non-geeky readers can avert their eyes now. Trust me, you will not find this interesting.)

A lot of people use RT to track helpdesk requests, problem reports and other incident data at their jobs. An even larger number of people use or are forced to use Microsoft Active Directory as the central repository of username and password information at their jobs. As a result, probably the single most-asked question on the rt-users mailing list is “how do I unify logins between RT and ActiveDirectory?” Strangely, it’s a question that seems to lack an authoritative answer.

Until now. Ladies and gentlemen, I proudly present:

The holy grail: Single Signon RT with Active Directory