You probably have heard that, since Windows Server 2008, Active Directory Users and Computers has additional logic built-in that allows you to browse to the “Domain Controllers”-OU, select a DC and hit either the DEL button on your keyboard or choose “Delete” from the right-click context menu. It would then, prior to deletion, do some […]Read More..>>
Since I ran into a similar case last week, I thought I’d blog about it quickly.
I looked into a foreign forest/domain configuration as a friend of mind asked me about what could cause client machine to behave “strange”. By “strange”, he further elaborated, he meant a couple of “Access Denied” messages when accessing shares and […]
A while ago, I wrote an article on what “PDC chaining” is and how it works: http://www.frickelsoft.net/blog/?p=199.
I got an email from a sysadmin the other day, asking whether PDC chaining could be disabled completely. There is a way to do that by setting a special registry key as described in KB 225511: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=225511
You need to […]