Active Directory

Nowadays, we have many Job profiles in Product Development Companies that require somewhere around all-rounder profiles for System Admins. For that they require Network, Windows, ESX, IIS etc. experts to handle there day-to-day work. So, below are some basic Interview questions specifically for the System Admins working for Product Developments companies where they need to interact
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Active Directory Interview questions with answers

Active Directory Interview questions with answers Learn about basic Active directory functionality. Happy learning!!! Below are the Active Directory Interview Questions and answers. However there are more Interview question: Wintel /AD Interview Questions:- http://yourcomputer.in/wintel-interview-questions-and-answers  Windows Cluster Interview questions :- http://yourcomputer.in/windows-cluster-interview-questions-and-answers Personal Interview Questions:- http://yourcomputer.in/personal-interview-questions-answers   What is Global Catalog and its function? The global catalog is a distributed
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Wintel Interview Questions and Answers   1) Differences b/w Conditional Forwarding and Stub Zones. Ans:- Both do the same thing like forwarding the requests to appropriate name servers who are authoritative for the domains in the queries. However, there is difference in both, Stub Zone are Dynamic and Conditional forwarder are static. Conditional Forwarding –
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Windows AD Account lockout numerous time a day Here are the steps to troubleshoot the AD account lockout issue occurring numerous time a day. It will cover to trace the bad computer name from where account is locking out and steps to clear the cache You can use tool like eventcombMT to connect log on
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How to add user in windows through command   We always get requirement to add multiple users to local or domain. So below are the domain name   To add a new user account on the local computer: net user username password /ADD Example: To add a new user account with the loginid John and with password
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Authoritative vs. Non-Authoritative Restoration of Active Directory  It is the absolute worst case scenario possible; your domain controller has crashed. So what type of restore do you do? It is any network administrator’s worst nightmare; your domain controller has crashed. So where do you go from here? Well, hopefully you have been doing your backups
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Upgrading your Active Directory to Windows Server 2008 Here is in-place upgrading Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 R2 Domain Controllers to Windows Server 2008 Domain Controllers. It will also help to installing Active Directory 2008 R2. Installing active directory 2008 might seem like simply feeding the DVD and pressing Next> until your server reboots into Windows
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FSMO Roles

FSMO Roles What is AD FSMO Roles? A regular Interview Question explained below: Windows 2000/2003 Single-Master Model To prevent conflicting updates in Windows 2000/2003, the Active Directory performs updates to certain objects in a single-master fashion. In a single-master model, only one DC in the entire directory is allowed to process updates. This is similar
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How DNS dynamic updates work together with the DNS “aging and scavenging” process in Windows 2000 and in Windows Server 2003   This article describes how Domain Name System (DNS) dynamic updates work together with the DNS “aging and scavenging” process in Microsoft Windows 2000 and in Microsoft Windows Server 2003.   DNS “aging and
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What's New in Active Directory in Windows Server 2012

What’s New in Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 The enhancements to Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 affect many core areas of the system including platform, deployment, virtualization, authentication and management. In this session, hear about each of the features, the problems they address, and what’s required for your customers to deploy and leverage
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New Features in DNS for Windows Server 2008 R2 Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2 Because DNS is often subject to man-in-the-middle, spoofing, and cache-poisoning attacks that are hard to defend against, the DNS server and client in Windows Server® 2008 R2 introduce support for Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC). In short, DNSSEC allows
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Unable to join machines to the domain. Error Message “The Specified User already exists” You are trying to join a computer to the Active Directory domain and getting a below error: Unable to join a computer to a domain. Error Message “The Specified User already exists” Error Description: Unable to join machines to the domain. Error Message
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