Usually there is an option to access Active Directory anonymously- anonymous access. Normally you do not need it. But there are exceptions to every rule. This article will give you a step-by-step manual for anonymous AD access.
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During an AD domain migration in a customer environment I faced the problem that group permissions for file shares did not work any more. This is why.
Lately, I wanted to add a new domain controller to a domain. At first, the Configuration Wizard ran as expected. But just as the process was about to come to an end, I received an “Access is denied” error message. The promotion with dcpromo was canceled, despite the administrative account having sufficient rights.
During an Active Directory migration, all clients – as far as they won’t be reinstalled – have to be transferred into the target domain. For this process, Quest Migration Manager for AD offers the tool “Resource Updating Manager (RUM)”.
Do you always have to stop the agents in Dell/Quest Migration Manager for Exchange when you want to make changes to collection settings? No, you don’t. I want to show you how to automatically change the users’ assignment in a collection via LDAP filter using the mailbox sync.
To optimize search results in Outlook, different parameters can be used. The syntax is structured as follows:
Search Operator: search string
Beside the special search operators you can also use logical operators in to refine Outlook search. The below list provides an overview:
Beside the own mailbox, user A has access to an additional mailbox (colleague / group-mailbox) in Outlook. The user can send emails either: From the colleagues mailbox (Send-As authorization) or on behalf of the colleague (Send-On-Behalf authorization) But, where are the sent mails? Well, it is listed in the personal mailbox of A and not […]
Starting with Exchange 2013, the administration mainly happens via the browser. Of course except you work with PowerShell. But if I assign a new certificate to an Exchange Server 2013, I get an empty page after having logged in to the administration console.
You can use the Autodiscover function of Microsoft Exchange outside the forest. And here is how to do it with PowerShell.
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- Creating an individual random password with PowerShell
- Retrieve Active Directory subnets with PowerShell
- Editing users of other domains – with PowerShell
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- PowerShell Custom Objects
- Logon Script does not start on Windows Server 2012 R2 domain
- IsMember – Check group membership in Active Directory
- Dynamic OU Groups – Assign Permissions to OUs