First we create Forward lookup primary DNS zone in server 2016
Create Primary Zone in active directory,
Open DNS console –> Right click forward Lookup Zone and click New zone
Click Next to create new Zone wizard.
Select Primary Zone … Continue Reading
In this article, We see about types of zones in DNS and how it’s working,
There are three types of Zone in active directory 2016.
1. Primary Zone.
2. Secondary Zone.
3. Stub Zone.
1. Primary Zone:
Primary zone is … Continue Reading
Domain Name Servers (DNS) are the Internet’s equivalent of a phone book. They maintain a directory of domain names and translate them to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. This is necessary because, although domain names are easy for people … Continue Reading
In this article, we see about advanced security scenario for NTFS. Common NTFS folder is used to many organization is to set permissions such that users can create, update, delete and rename files, but not delete or rename folders … Continue Reading
In this article we see about automate the process of sharing new folders by using PowerShell.
You can automate the process of sharing new folders using PowerShell 3.0 . For example, To create and share folder,
We could use the … Continue Reading
In this article we see about NTFS sharing folders in Server manager.
Open Server manager and file and storage Services
Click on share and right side tab click Tasks and click on new Share.
Select profile for sharing and select … Continue Reading
Being Administrators, we will come across the situation where we need to reset the passwords for all the Servers and Workstations Local administrator Accounts. we can not go to each machine and reset the passwords.
As a system administrator, there will be times that user will be contacting you for unlocking their AD account when they get locked out. Usually unlocking their AD account from Active Directory Users and Computers will resolve the issue.But user … Continue Reading
In this article we see how to configure the Windows Time service and troubleshoot when the Windows Time service is not working correctly.
To check the PDC Server for Time Synchronization and to configure the PDC master server by using … Continue Reading
It is simple to get the Lastlogon time stamps for the computers using Active Directory Snap-in or importing the Active Directory module in the Normal PowerShell
For one Computer,
Open Active Directory Snap-in and run the below command with computer … Continue Reading