AD LDS installation of Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services:

Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) role is a full-featured and easy-to-install deployment directory service. What is the AD LDS instance: AD LDS instance is a single running copy of AD LDS. Each AD LDS instance has a separate directory, create an instance assigned a unique name and a unique service …

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Active Directory Installation:

You can start the setup of active directory on windows server 2008 R2 by three methods. You can choose any of following method, all method will start the same setup wizard. Open the run console type “oobe” and press enter this will open the intial configuration manager.  Then click on add rules on left side …

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Active Directory’s Introduction and Its Features n Advantages

Active Directory Definition | What is AD or Domain Active Directory also commonly known as AD domain is a directory service for server operating systems, which is like a network database storage has resources-related information, including the location of resources, management information. These resources include users, groups, and computer etc. Action Directory is Microsoft marketing …

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Active Directory Structure

Active Directory Structure Active Directory has a hierarchical design for their objects. In Active directory Users and Groups, computers etc. are known as Objects. Each object is unique and represents a single entity which has a unique SID and set of attributes, and all these attributes are stored in schema. You can design your network …

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Account Automation | create multiple user accounts in active directory

User Accounts in active directory: Creating user accounts in active directory is very simple, open active directory user and groups from administrative tools. Right click in default user container and on OU, click on new and then user. Fill the first name and last name and user name for login and click next. Set the …

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Transfer Operation Master Roles to other Domain ControllerServer

Best Practices for Operation Masters Roles: There are five operation master roles in active Directory and you need proper planning and implement in multi domain environment. When you installed the root (first) domain controller in your network then all the operation master roles are located on this single domain Controller. But if you have some …

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Operation Masters Roles In Active Directory

Single operation roles, operation master role, operation token and Flexible single master operation (FSMO) are alike terms. There are five FSMO roles are as follow: Domain Naming Role Schema Master Role Infrastructure Master Role RID Master Role PDC Emulator Domain Naming Operation Master Role in Active Directory: This is a forest level FSMO that limit …

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Home folder could not be created Active Directory | Fixed

While selecting the home folder or network drive for an active directory user you may get this error message. “The home folder could not be created because the network name cannot be found” Reasons of this Error: Normally this error is because of two reasons: The folder that you set for home folder is not …

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Groups and Computers | Group Types in Active Directory 2008

Definition: Active Directory group is a collection of the user account. We create groups for simplify the things. Create Group in Active Directory: Creating group in active directory (server 2008) is very simple, open active directory users and groups from administrative tasks. And right click on any OU and click on new then on group. …

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Forest functional level (FFL) Active Directory:

What is Forest Functional Level: The forest functional level can be achieved and determined by the level of functional domains in any forest. If in your forest domain controllers have different server OS then Forest functional level (FFL) is the lowest domain function level. For example you have w2k, w2k3 and w2k8 in your forest …

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Domain Functional Level | What are DFL?

When you create a domain (Active Directory), it takes a functional level that determines your level of compatibility with domain controllers. For example when creating a domain from a Windows 2000, functional level is Domain Functional Level Windows 2000 and you do not take advantage of all the new functionalities from this domain functional level. …

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