There are some specific concepts in active directory which may put your environment in trouble if you do not attend to fix them as soon as you notice. One of them is Lingering objects. Defining the meaning of Lingering Objects (LO) is not difficult. Basically if an object in your active directory partitions exist in one or more domain controllers and not exist in the rest of the domain controllers in the same partition. So you may ask yourself how […]
1. Download and install WAIK 2.Mount the Image Create folders “Images” and “mount” on c:\ BOOT.WIM=> dism /mount-wim /WimFile:c:\Images\boot.wim /index:2 /MountDir:c:\mount INSTALL.WIM=> dism /mount-wim /WimFile:c:\Images\Install.wim /index:1 /MountDir:c:\mount
Domain trusts can be complicated to administer, and it’s important to implement changes correctly the first time. Here are some key points to keep in mind to help ensure that your trusts are configured effectively with a minimum of headaches. 1: Determine what kind of trust you should use Before deploying a domain trust, you should ensure that the type(s) used are correct for the tasks at hand. Consider the following dimensions of a trust:
I need to design a plan for Active directory . in this way visio and Edarw are two software that help me .today i find a new software that automatically generate a diagram like as Visio ! The Microsoft Active Directory Topology Diagrammer reads an Active Directory configuration using LDAP, and then automatically generates a Visio diagram of your Active Directory and /or your Exchange Server topology. The diagramms may include domains, sites, servers, organizational units, DFS-R, administrative groups, routing […]
PowerShell is a powerful scripting tool that can greatly expedite your admin tasks. If you haven’t had a chance to learn how to use it, you might want to make time for it now. Here are some reasons why the effort will pay off.
What is Active Directory Tombstone Lifetime (TSL) ? The tombstone lifetime in an Active Directory forest determines how long a deleted object (called a “tombstone”) is retained in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). The tombstone lifetime is determined by the value of the tombstoneLifetime attribute on the Directory Service object in the configuration directory partition.
I saw a comparison between Core & normal installation. So it is better to compare And each is useful to use. In the next articles I talked about core installation more!