Dynamic security groups are now possible in Active Directory. Dynamic distribution groups already exist in MS Exchange Server. So far they cannot be used to assign permissions to AD objects. There is various scenarios that make it necessary to use them like risk management or a fast provisioning of permissions.
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SQL Server Express Edition is normally installed without the simultaneous installation of the SQL Server Management Studio. At the latest, when you need to Set user permissions or Access via SQL Server Management Studio,
When starting the Citrix SSO agent there is the following error message: The Citrix Single Sign-On Service Key Management Module could not be contacted The reason for the failed start of the Citrix Single Sign-On-Service can be the excessive size of the user token. The token size increases proportionately by the number of group memberships […]
Authorative and non-authorative restore Individual Active Directory objects that have been deleted accidently can be backed up proceeding an authoritative restore. You can restore single objects (OU, containers) and integrate them in the current AD. To know how, read the step by step tutorial. A non-authorative restore instead would not set back a missing / […]
Exchange 2007 is a 64 bit application with 64 bit management tools. Download the Exchange 2007 management tools for 32 bit operation systems from the following link:
Not only user accounts, but also computer accounts use passwords to log on to the domain. The computer password is set by the client and changed every 30 days. Computer account copy – Domain log-in doesn’t work In virtual environments you can easily create a copy of a computer (server or client) and also continue […]
For the purpose of an Active Directory Migration first one or more domains are created parallel to the existing Active Directory structure. After the establishment of the target environment user and group accounts are migrated to the new environment. Usually, migration tools are used for setting the SID history attribute for this purpose. Through the […]
To administrate Windows 2008 R2, Windows 2008 or Windows 2003 systems via a Windows 7 client (SP1) Microsoft has released the Remote Sever Administration tools (RSA) in a special version. You can download RSA for Win7 here: Download RSA Tools for Windows 7 SP1 The tools can be installed on the following version of Windows 7: […]
In the coming weeks Active Directory FAQ will publish articles and discussions dealing with the topic Active Directory. The blog is exclusively technically oriented, with articles interesting from the point of view of an AD administrator. The topics include installation and administration, as well as troubleshooting. In addition several articles are being prepared to make […]
- PowerShell: Find active computer objects
- Nesting groups in Active Directory
- Create home directory and grant permissions with PowerShell
- Creating an individual random password with PowerShell
- Retrieve Active Directory subnets with PowerShell
- Editing users of other domains – with PowerShell
- Azure Basics: Connecting with Azure (PowerShell)
- PowerShell Custom Objects
- Logon Script does not start on Windows Server 2012 R2 domain
- IsMember – Check group membership in Active Directory