AD and DC
Client authentication goes across the WAN
Domain Based Network
Setup: Windows 2003 Server
How to Add Another Domain Controller
in an Exiting Domain
How to check AD DNS Registration
How to check DC replication
How to: do WINS migration
How to Enable
or Disable a Global Catalog (GC)
How to export information of ADUC
How to: manage Domain users and computers from workstation
How to modify
the AD Account Lockout
How to raise the domain
How to repopulate AD DNS entries
How to restrict certain roaming profiles only to WinNT?
How to replicate a domain controller to another dc
Tools for Managing Active Directory
What are 5 FSMO roles
check AD DNS Registration
You should have four folders with the following names under DNS forward
lookup zones are present when DNS is correctly registering the Active Directory
DNS records. These folders are labeled:
check DC replication status
To check DC replication status, go to event logs for NTFRS (File Replication
Service) It will tell you when the last synch was.
||Open to Administrative Tools>Active Directory Sites
and Services>Sites, and then double-click the domain
controller you want to work with in the Server folder for your
desired site: Right-click NTDS Settings>Properties.
Make a change accordingly.
WARNING: Do not turn on this option unless you are certain it
will provide value in your deployment. For this option to be useful, your
deployment must have multiple domains, and even then, only one global catalog is
(typically) useful in each site.
To install/remove AD/DC, use Promote and Demote command.
repopulate AD DNS entries
Manually repopulate the Active Directory DNS entries. You can use the Windows
2000 Netdiag tool to repopulate the Active Directory DNS entries. Netdiag is
included with the Windows 2000 Support tools. At a command prompt, type