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FileZilla on Windows is waaaay faster than WinSCP

Not sure why yet, but on a gigabit network between a Windows 2008 R2 Server and a Proxmox KVM machine, WinSCP gets around 10 megabit/second and… 14 more words


Easy 10 tips for effective Active Directory design

Active Directory design is a science, and it’s far too complex to cover all the nuances within the confines of one article. But I wanted to share with you 10 quick tips that will help make your AD design more efficient and easier to troubleshoot and manage. 894 more words

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Simplify admin tasks by exporting AD data with CSVDE

Depending on how thoroughly you use it, Active Directory can hold some very valuable information on your company and its staff. Not only does the directory contain the basic credentials of each of your users, but if fully populated, it will hold the users’ contact information, including e-mail addresses and telephone numbers, their department and even office location. 903 more words

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Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 and RSAT Active Directory Users and Computers Automate Metadata Cleanup

Metadata cleanup is a required procedure after a forced removal of Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).

You perform metadata cleanup on a domain controller in the domain of the domain controller that you forcibly removed. 190 more words

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How to install Active Directory on Windows Server 2008 R2

Active Directory is the backbone of most networks. It stores all the setting, user accounts, and computer information. The following guide will show you how to install it onto Windows Server 2008 R2. 581 more words

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What’s new with Active Directory for Windows Server 2008 R2?

Active Directory Recycling Bin

Microsoft expects this feature to have a major effect on disaster recovery planning for AD, the majority of which is focused around accidentally deleted objects. 801 more words

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Happy birthday: 20 Years of Windows Server

It’s hard to believe that 20 years ago, Microsoft introduced the first OS for the masses, democratizing IT platforms and tools to help IT build solutions that drive success. 994 more words