Veeam rescues 1400 computer objects in AD

  *disclaimer* Veeam is a sponsor of this blog - but has not requested, or had any part in this entry. Working for a consulting firm, I work with many different backup solutions.  In this particular case, the client uses…

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vSphere 101 – NTP Settings

I come across a lot of virtual environments (and physical) that don't have NTP (Time Servers) setup properly.  If you've ever worked in Active Directory, you know how important synchronized time can be - let alone with so many other…

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What is AdminSDHolder?

AdminSDHolder is a container inside active directory that maintains a master list of permissions for objects that are members of privileged groups in active directory.  Below are some of the groups: Administrators Domain Admins Enterprise Admins Schema Admins Domain Controllers…

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Read Only Domain Controller

With Windows Server 2008, there is the option to promote a member server to a RDOC, or Read Only Domain Controller.  Just as the name suggests, it is a domain controller that is non-writable; read-only copy.  The purpose of a…

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