Tag Archives: Active Directory

What is Kcc(Knowledge Consistency Checker) ?

An administrator may establish additional connection objects or remove connection objects. At any point, however, where replication within a site becomes impossible or has a single point of failure, the KCC will step in and establish as many new connection … Continue reading

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What is “LostandFound” object?

An administrator might create or move an object into a container on one domain controller and another administrator might delete that same container on a different domain controller before the object is replicated. In such cases, the object is added … Continue reading

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New features of DNS and Active Directory in Windows Server 2008

DNS Devolution Allows client computers in a child namespace to access resources in the parent namespace without the need to explicitly provide the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the resource in the Active Directory environment. DNS Cache Locking Cache … Continue reading

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New Windows 2003 Active Directory Features

1. Modify common attributes of multiple user objects at one time. 2. Drag-and-drop one or more objects to a desired location in the domain hierarchy to move Active Directory objects from container to container. 3. Search functionality is object-oriented and … Continue reading

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Tombstone in Active Directory

Active Directory is a hierarchical database that holds information about the network’s resources such as computers, servers, users, groups and more. The main purpose of Active Directory is to provide central authentication and authorization services   The Active Directory database … Continue reading

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