When AD users change office, their postal addresses become incorrect and you need to change them. As you know this can be inefficient and hectic if you change postal address of each user one by one using active directory users and computer
An RODC holds a read-only copy of the Active Directory database and doesn't allow any changes in AD data. It is mostly deployed in branch offices due to poor physical security. If some one gets access to the RODC, he won't be
When you migrate AD users between domains in the same forest with the help of include file and VB script and you don't specify the option for groups migration, you may get the following error: ADMT.Migration.1: Unable to migrate Users.
I list below the simple method to get siDHistory attribute of migrated AD users. List AD Migrated User sIDHistory Attribute Step 1. Open PowerShell with elevated privileges on the computer with the target domain. Step 2. Execute the following command. dsquery
CBS stands for component based servicing. CBS.log is a file which include logs about components when they get installed or uninstalled during updates. If you want to check these files, they are located at %windir%\Logs\CBS\ You will see two files
If a password replication policy (PRP) is configured and the branch users are added into an allowed password replication group, their passwords are cached on Read-Only Domain Controller when they login to computers at the branch office. However, you can prepopulate
If you want to remove an existing DHCP failover in Windows Server 2016, you can do it either by using server manager (Most suitable in scenarios where you are using Windows server desktop) or PowerShell (Most suitable in scenarios where you are using Windows
In previous article, we added a new domain in an existing forest using server manager. In this guide, I'll focus on adding a new domain using PowerShell. Prerequisites Static IP is configured Administrator account has strong password Firewall is turned
You can create a DHCP failover with two servers in hot standby mode by using a single Add-DhcpServerv4Failover PowerShell cmdlet. This tutorial assumes you have an active scope on primary DHCP server and a DHCP running on standby or partner server.
You can add a user into a group using active directory users and computer (ADUC) mmc snap in or by executing a single PowerShell cmdlet. In this article, we'll look into adding a member to the AD group using PowerShell.