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Testing your Domain Controler

December 4, 2008
By admin

If you’re in charge of the infrastructure at your work you probably deployed your share of DCs. Let’s say you’re about to deploy 2 more at a new site. Microsoft recommends they both be Global Catalogue Servers. You get everything to work just fine- and then someone starts adding more and more users- until...

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Server 2008 and Terminal Services

November 11, 2008
By admin

Quick note on some new improvements in Server 2008 vs 2003/2000 that some people may still not be aware of. Some or all of these may provide a compelling reason to migrate.   Server 2008 includes enhancements to many current Windows Server features. Terminal Services is one of them. In Windows Server 2008 it...

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System Information and Comparison review

October 22, 2008
By admin

The System Information and Comparison was reviewed by Cnet on Download.com. We received a respectable 4/5 which reinforces our belief that this application is a must-have for all IT departments wanting to get accurate data and detailed information on system hardware and software.   “Simple, comprehensive, and easy-to-read, this system-information utility quickly gathers hardware...

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New release- Active Directory Change Notifier 2.0

October 20, 2008
By admin

The new version improves the user interface and introduces domain-level monitoring features. Version 2.0 simplifies the installation process and improves the UI. Other improvements include better monitoring capabilities and more granular reporting. These enhancements are invaluable to administrators wanting to implement a more proactive Directory Services management approach. More details can be found here.

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Server 2008 and the RODC (Read-Only Domain Controller)

October 15, 2008
By admin

Speaking to several people about the Server 2008 migrations, there were a lot of questions and reactions to the new Read-Only Domain Controller (RODC) option. Some confusion too, as some thought this is similar to Windows NT 4.0’s Backup Domain Controller (BDC) type technology.   The difference between a RODC and a BDC is...

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Exchange- Web Access, and blocking your attachements

October 9, 2008
By admin

If you use Exchange Server 2003, you can block attachements for the Web Access. Attachments extensions can be configured through the registry on your Exchange Server. OWA is originally installed with the default set of extensions, shown below. -Level 1: attachments with file extensions prohibited from being accessed by OWA: Location: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeWeb\OWA Value: Level1FileTypes Type:...

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