As we explained in the Part 1 of this article series, although you have designed an Active Directory Health check procedure that includes important Active Directory health check items to be checked and keep you informed of any failures or misconfigurations, but there are a few health check items that many Active Directory admins forget to include.
This article examines the value of having secondary admin accounts and a secondary password policy for an extra level of security in your Active Directory environment.
While you have might have designed an Active Directory Health Procedure that includes important Active Directory items to be checked and keep you informed of any failures or mis-configurations, but there are a few health check items that many Active Directory admins forget to include. For example, you might have included a PowerShell script in your Active Directory health procedure to check the replication status of Active Directory and provide you a report with replication status and you might have also included a script that checks to ensure SRV records for all domain controllers are registered successfully, but you might have forgot to include a few Group Policy health checks that we feel are important to perform in an Active Directory environment.
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