Admin Tips

Last Updated on 27 Sept. 2016, Total: 300 Knowledge Base Tips

53 Active Directory
123 Admin
1 Applications
3 Exchange
13 Migration
20 Miscellaneous
45 Network
22 Security
10 Terminal Servers and Thin Clients
9 Virtual Platforms
  1. Verify the SQL Server service is running on a remote server

    How to use the Get-Service Windows PowerShell cmdlet to verify that the SQL Server service is running on a remote server... Read More

  2. Verifying Adprep

    A tip on how to verify whether Adprep has extended your forest's schema... Read More

  3. Verifying DNS Server Configuration Using Nslookup

    How to verify the configuration of a DNS server by using Nslookup... Read More

  4. Verifying DNS Server Configuration Using the DNS Console

    How to verify the configuration of a DNS server by performing test queries against it... Read More

  5. Verifying SRV resource records using Nslookup

    You can use the Nslookup command to verify that the SRV resource records needed by Active Directory have been created properly when Dcpromo was run on the server... Read More

  6. View List of Shares

    See what is being shared to the network... Read More

  7. View open Terminal Server sessions as a standard user

    A tip on how a standard user can view open sessions on a Windows Terminal Server... Read More

  8. Viewing the zones on a DNS server

    You can use the Dnscmd command to view a list of the zones on a DNS server... Read More

  9. WDS and DHCP option 67

    A tip on how to configure DHCP option 67 for Windows Deployment Services... Read More

  10. What All Ports Are Rrequired By Domain Controllers And Client Computers?

    This article explains the key port requirement for Client computers and Domain Controllers communicating with each other... Read More

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