Active Directory

Last Updated on 3 Feb. 2010, Total: 37 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. A Quick Tip To Verify The SRV Records Of Domain Controllers

    This article explains how you can use the NSLOOKUP tool to verify the SRV records of a domain controller... Read More

  2. Finding and Fixing Duplicate SIDs on the Network

    Duplicate SIDs on the network can cause all types of problems. Why would we have duplicate SIDs and how to we correct it?... Read More

  3. How To Force Users To Log On To The Domain?

    This article explains a mechanism you can use to force client computers to log on to the domain... Read More

  4. DynamicSiteName and SiteName – Which site a client computer belongs to?

    If you are troubleshooting a client computer which always communicates to a domain controller in different site, you should look at the two registry entries explained in this article. This article applies to Windows 2000 and Windows XP... Read More

  5. Checking the Location of Domain FSMO Roles

    Here is a quick tip to finding out where the FSMO roles for a domain are located... Read More

  6. Creating Dummy (Test) Users

    How to create a bunch of dummy or test users quickly in Active Directory... Read More

  7. Troubleshooting the Domain Controller Locater Process

    The more complex the network, the more complex the problem that can occur is. Here is a quick run down on some of the steps required in troubleshooting the domain controller locater process... Read More

  8. Understanding the DNS Resolver Host File

    The DNS Resolver host file can be used to increase performance of DNS services as well as a few other things. This tip aims at giving a better understanding of the DNS resolver host file and its capabilities... Read More

  9. Using the Employee-ID attribute in Active Directory

    Using the Employee-ID attribute in Active Directory... Read More

  10. Finding global catalog servers

    How to find all GCs in a domain... Read More

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