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Generate Valid MSNP9 ClientTicket

, 27 Oct 2003
This article shows you how to get a valid ClientTicket for connecting to a MSN server

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Paul Wijntjes (dominion99)
Software Developer (Senior) Traxion
Netherlands Netherlands
I am 27 year and live in the Netherlands. I have graduated in 2004, for the study Computer Science. After my study I have started working as a Technical Consultant in the Identity & Access management branch (http://www.traxion.com).
 
I have acquired my MCSE and MCSD certifications. Currently I developing a lot of cool things in .NET & Java, I'm also upgrading my certifications to .NET 2.0.
 
I am the main programmer for the product that we are developing within our company it's called the IM Sequencer (Formally known as the MIIS Sequencer). This product enables users to control the execution from the management agents in MIIS (Microsoft Identity Integration Server) or as it is called now ILM 2007 (Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007) it also generates extensive reports that contains all the results from the management agents that enables administrators to easily track down errors or failures.
 
Check out the products website http://www.traxionsolutions.com/imsequencer. There are allot of cool features implemented, is uses WMI to connect and communicate with MIIS \ ILM, threading to execute multiple agents, XSLT for reporting transformation, XML for configuration, WinForms for displaying and Win Service for the scheduler engine, very cool!
 
You can reach me at paul.wijntjes@gmail.com

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