In advance of one of the most significant waves of product launches in Microsoft’s history, today we are unveiling a new logo for the company.
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 ran across a document from Microsoft that lists maximum limits for Active Directory. This document pertains to Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003. There is no reference to Windows Server 2008 in the document. However, the majority of the limits also apply to Windows Server 2008. Below is a summary of the maximums. The full details, including rationale, can be found here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc756101.aspx.
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!