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(2014-08-04) Incorrectly Ordered Permissions After Removing ACE With LDP

I was testing something in my test environment, based upon W2K12R2, regarding the confidentiality bit and the required permissions. I had created a PowerShell script to apply the required permissions on every OU in scope for the assigned trustee. 306 more words

Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS)

Recuperar un usuario de Active Directory - Windows Server 2012 R2

En este artículo les mostrare como recuperar un objeto de Active Directory, mediante la papelera de reciclaje de ADDS, utilizando la consola Active Directory Administrative Center. 835 more words

Active Directory

Raise Domain Functional Level

You can Raise Domain Functional Level with the following

1. In Active Directory Users and Computers, you can right-click the root node of the snap-in or the domain to find the Raise Domain Functional Level command… 20 more words

Configuring The AD Infrastructure (17%)

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)

You can create saved LDAP query in Active Directory Users and Computers by selecting Find from the Action menu and creating an LDAP query to return user accounts. 120 more words

Creating And Maintaining AD Objects (18%)

Active Directory tools

Active Directory Sites and Services can be used to configure a bridgehead server

Active Directory Schema management console is used to view current classes and attributes. 55 more words

Configuring The AD Infrastructure (17%)


You can use Active Directory Domains and Trusts to view or transfer the domain naming operations master, which is a forest role.

You can use the Active Directory Users and Computers tool to configure domain roles such as the RID operations master, the primary domain controller (PDC) emulator, and the infrastructure master.

Configuring The AD Infrastructure (17%)

Block Java updater from running automatically on domain clients

In this post, I’ll show you how to use a Group Policy Object (GPO) to disable the Java updater (jucheck.exe) on client computers within a domain so that it won’t check for updates automatically. 407 more words