• Changing the IP address on a domain controller

    Step-by-step instructions for changing the IP address on an AD domain controller, as well as a method to make sure it is resolving properly after the change.

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  • Quick fix for a non-replicating DC

    While it doesn't come up every day, one of the most frustrating experiences for an AD administrator is to try to fix a non-replicating DC. Expert Gary Olsen breaks down the process step-by-step to make troubleshooting your next non-replicating DC a snap.

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  • Targeting specific DCs for routine administration

    Does it matter which domain controller you select when you need to perform routine maintenance on Active Directory? Find out here!

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  • XP machine logs off the network after 15 minutes of idle time

    I am having problems with keeping a connection from Windows XP to my Windows 2000 domain controller (in mixed mode and shared resources on the file server). After successful logon to the domain/network, as long as I keep working with local documents or network resources, I'm fine. But when I leave...

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  • What is the difference between an Automated Deployment Service (ADS) and a domain controller?

    ADS is the Automated Deployment Service, which is used to quickly image, deploy, and administer servers and domain controllers on a large scale.

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  • Clients having problems logging in/accessing domain controller

    I have a Windows NT 4 network. My DHCP scope is 10.1.0.75 to 10.1.2.254 with a Class B mask. We are connected to the Internet through our ISP provider. There is another router with a PPP connection to another network. For the past six weeks, some clients have had difficulty logging on - no domain...

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  • Event Viewer says no DC is available

    I have a Win2k domain controller on a mixed network. I've been receiving messages in the Event Viewer about no domain controller available. I AM able to see/access all of the network. I read somewhere that I should try joining a workgroup and then go back and join the domain and that would fix the...

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  • Users unable to change passwords after joining a domain

    After installing Windows 2003 Server (Standard Edition) and promoting the Server as a Domain Controller, I joined Windows 2000 Professional Clients to that domain. After that I realized that a user was not able to change his/her password. Yes, I know the Standard Password Rules and kept that in...

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  • domain controller

    Primary domain controller (PDC) and backup domain controller (BDC) are roles that can be assigned to a server in a network of computers that use the Windows NT operating system.

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  • Missing domain controller policies? Help!

    How to replace without reinstalling Windows.

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