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Active Directory Replication Status Tool (ADREPLSTATUS)

September 12, 2012 Leave a comment

Since we miss REPLMON in Windows Server 2008 (R2). Now I’ve found a tool that could be my new favorite to check the Active Directory synchronization from the Domain or Forest with a GUI Tool.

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Screenshot of the Tool start

After ADREPLSTATUS is started, you can select, if you will be check Your Domain or Your Forest. Insight ADREPLSTATUS you find tree tab’s for:
– Configuration/Scope Settings
– What Is Replication Topology
– How Replication Topology Works

On the right site from ADREPLSTATUS you can find two tab’s for :
– Environment Discovery Status
– Replication Status Collection Details

And last but not least you can export you replication status into excel or xps format. There is also possible to filter the  result to export only the error.

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Now it’s time to test it !! You can download ADREPLSTATUS direct from Microsoft Download.

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=19464

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International Version of Configuration Manager 2012 RC now available !

November 13, 2011 Leave a comment

Bridgehead Server Selection

August 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Hello,

since Windows Server 2008 R2 the load to a bridgehead server will be distribute. A nice new feature !! To read all information about, click this Link: Bridgehead Server Selection

….In Windows Server 2008 R2, load-balancing was introduced to distribute the workload evenly among bridgehead servers…….

RGs

Steffen

Server Core : Upgrading Windows Server 2008 R2 without media

November 4, 2009 Leave a comment

Hi ,

here an interesting link to a new feature in Ws08-R2 and W7.

Server Core : Upgrading Windows Server 2008 R2 without media

Categories: R2, Windows Server 2008

DFS-Namespace creation with an simple xlm file

March 20, 2009 Leave a comment
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Hi,

last time i had a little problem with DFS-N (distributed file system namespace) under Windows Server 2008, but it was not really a problem. I was searching for an solution with that i can create many folders in an big DFS-N tree. But all this folders have non Link targets and i had no idea.

The first solution I found to create DFS-N folder without target-links was DFSMGMT.MSC. But i can only create folder one at a time. It’s not exactly brilliant.

The other possibility is to use DFSUTIL.  With DFSUTIL I can export and import DFS-Namespaces !

That is it, i have exported my temporary DFS-N and have an export file. The output file of the export is an XML file. After I have edit the export file, import it with DFSUTIL /import and well, now I can browse my new big DFS-Namespace tree.

Symbolic Link under SMB2 Protocol

March 11, 2009 Leave a comment

 

SMB2 Protocol – what is a Symbolic Link?

for an customer project I would learn, what is new in SMB2 and found this blog entry.

In Vista/Longhorn server, the file system (NTFS) will start supporting a new filesystem object (examples of existing filesystem objects are files, folders etc.). This new object is a symbolic link. Think of a symbolic link as a pointer to another file system object (it can be a file, folder, shortcut or another symbolic link). So then you ask how is that different from a short-cut (the .lnk file)?  Well, a shortcut will only work when used from within the Windows shell, it is a construct of the shell, and other apps don’t understand short-cuts. To other apps, short-cuts look just like a file. With symbolic links, this concept is taken and is implemented within the file system. Apps when they open a symbolic link will now open the target by default (i.e. what the link points to), unless they explicitly ask for the symbolic link itself to be opened. Note symbolic links are an NTFS feature.

Now why is this relevant to the SMB2 protocol? This is because, for symbolic links to behave correctly, they should be interpreted on the client side of a file sharing protocol (otherwise this can lead to security holes). SMB2 understands the concept of symbolic links and evaluates the links on the client. This is the support that is added in SMB2.0
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source: http://blogs.technet.com/windowsserver/archive/2005/10/28/413255.aspx

Categories: File service