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How to inventory and catalog a storage device in Backup Exec 20
 
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Professor Robert McMillen shows you how to inventory and catalog a storage device in Backup Exec 20
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MCITP 70-640: Operators Master Role Placement Global catalog
 
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In Active Directory there are five operations master roles known as FSMO roles. This video looks at which Domain Controllers you should put these roles on and also which Domain Controllers you should make into Global Catalog Servers. There are five operations master roles. The Schema and Domain Naming Masters are forest wide so there will only one of each of these roles regardless of how many domains you have in your forest. The PDC Emulator, RID Master and Infrastructure Master are domain wide. There will always be 3 operations master roles per domain, one of each. When considering where to put the operations master roles, you should consider the availability of the operations role and what effect not having the operations master role available during an outage will have on your network. Schema Master (Forest wide) The Schema Master is generally found in the root domain in a multiple domain environment. On most networks it will not be used that often. For this reason availability is not a big issue so for ease of administration it will often be put on the same Domain Controller that has the Domain Naming Master. The Schema Master operations master role is not affected whether the Domain Controller is a Global Catalog Server or not. Domain Naming Master (Forest wide) The Domain Naming Master is required when domains are added or removed from the forest. It does require Global Catalog calls when domains are added or removed. For this reason it is recommended to make it a Global Catalog Server. However, this will not affect operations if it is not. PDC Emulator The PDC Emulator has the final say on authentication. For this reason the PDC Emulator will generally be placed on the network with the most users. The PDC Emulator can be made a Global Catalog Server; however, administrators will often remove the Global Catalog from the PDC Emulator if performance on the PDC Emulator becomes a problem. RID Master The RID Master allocates blocks of RIDs. For this reason it does not have to be on the fastest Domain Controller or on the fastest link. Domain Controllers will request RIDs before they run out. The PDC Emulator generally uses more RIDs than other Domain Controllers on the network and thus a lot of administrators will place the RID operations master role on the same Domain Controller that is holding the PDC Emulator. Whether the Domain Controller is a Global Catalog Server or not does not affect the operation of the RID Master. Infrastructure Master The Infrastructure Master role tracks references in multi-domain environments. In a single domain network the Infrastructure operations master role is not that important. In a multi-domain environment the role of the Infrastructure Master becomes more important. The choice of whether to make this a Global Catalog Server or not can affect its ability to keep cross domain reference up to date. If you have Windows Server 2000 or 2003 Domain Controllers on your network, you need to ensure the Infrastructure Master is not a Global Catalog Server or all your Domain Controllers on the network will become Global Catalog Servers. In a pure Windows Server 2008 environment, it does not matter whether you make the Domain Controller a Global Catalog Server or not. Disadvantages of making a Domain Controller a Global Catalog Server Making a Domain Controller a Global Catalog Server will increase the amount of hard disk space that it requires and also the amount of network bandwidth that it will use. Nowadays it is not as big of a concern as it was when Windows Server 2000 came out. Global Catalog Servers are also used by clients to perform searches and to look up objects. This can increase the load on the Domain Controller. See http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for are always free training videos. This is only one video from the many free courses available on YouTube.
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How to tell if your Global Catalog server is functioning properly in Windows Server 2012
 
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Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains how to tell if your Global Catalog server is functioning properly in Windows Server 2012
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Catalog Rebuild of an Optical Backup Set
 
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If you have lost a catalog file for an optical backup set, you can use these steps to rebuild your catalog for a restore or future backups.
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1b Global Catalog [ arabic ]
 
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Global Catalog (Part-8)
 
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Global Catalog Servers contain a partial replica for every object in Active Directory. A Global Catalog Server is used to find objects in any domain in the forest. Any Domain Controller can be made into a Global Catalog Server. In this video I am going to show you how to remove or make a Domain Controller into a Global Catalog Server and also the reasons why and where you should put Global Catalog Servers. If you like the video, press the Like button. If you think that this video needs improvements, leave a comment below. If you are interested in my channel, subscribe to be notified if a new video is released. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Network Address Translations on Cisco Routers [Urdu / Hindi]" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKn-p0EOjKQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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MCITP 70-640: Operation Master Roles
 
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Active Directory has five operations master roles otherwise known as FSMO roles. Check out http://itfreetraining.com for more of our always free training videos. These roles are assigned to one Domain Controller to ensure changes happen in only one location at a time. This ensures that the Active Directory database is kept consistent. This video goes through the five operations master roles. At the forest level, there is the Schema Master and Domain Naming Master. At the domain level, the 3 other operational roles are Infrastructure Master, PDC Emulator and RID Master. Schema Master 01:32 Domain Naming Master 03:01 RID Master 03:53 PDC Emulator 07:06 Infrastructure Master 11:03 Schema Master (Forest Wide) The Schema Master determines the structure and thus what can be stored in Active Directory. It contains details of every object that can be created and the attributes for that object. For example, if you want to add an attribute to every user in the forest (such as a field with the user's pay grade in it), you would add an attribute to the schema to accommodate this change. It is important to think carefully before making changes to the schema as changes to the schema can't be reversed but they can be disabled. If you want to test changes to the schema, create a new forest and make your changes there so the production environment is not affected. Domain Naming Master (Forest Wide) The Domain Naming Master is responsible for ensuring that two domains in the forest do not have the same name. Relative ID Master (RID Master) This master role allocates RID pools. A RID is a sequential number that is added to the end of a SID. A SID, or security identifier, is required for every Active Directory object. An example of a SID is shown here: S-1-5-21-1345645567-543223678-2053447642-1340. The RID is the last part of the SID, in this case 1340. The RID Master allocates a pool or block of RIDs to a Domain Controller. The Domain Controller uses the RID pool when Active Directory objects are created. The Domain Controller will request a new RID pool before it runs out. However, keep in mind that if you create a lot of Active Directory objects at once, the RID Master will need to be online to allocate new RID pools. If the Domain Controller runs out of RIDs and can't contact the RID Master, no objects in Active Directory can be created on that Domain Controller. PDC (Primary Domain Controller) Emulator Originally the PDC Emulator provided a bridge between Windows NT4 Domain Controllers and Windows Server 2000 Domain Controllers. Even if you do not have any NT4 Domain Controllers on your network, it still provides some services. The PDC Emulator forms the root of the time sync hierarchy in your domain. All other Domain Controllers will sync their time from this Domain Controller. Your clients and servers will in turn sync their time from their local Domain Controller. You should configure the PDC to sync its time from an external time source to ensure that it is accurate. When a user enters in a wrong password, the PDC Emulator may be contacted to find out if this password is in fact an updated password. Password changes are replicated to the PDC Emulator first and thus it is considered the final authority on correct and incorrect passwords. The PDC Emulator is contacted when changes to DFS (Distributed File System) are made. This can be switched off if the load on the PDC Emulator becomes too great. Infrastructure Master The Infrastructure Master is responsible for ensuring that objects that use multiple domain references are kept up to date and consistent. When you are in a single domain you don't need to worry about this. In a multiple domain environment with Windows Server 2000/2003 Domain Controllers, you must ensure that the Domain Controller that is holding the Infrastructure Master role is not a Global Catalog Server or all of the Domain Controllers will be Global Catalog Servers. If the Domain Controller is a Global Catalog Server this can cause objects in the domain not to update correctly. If you only have Windows Server 2008 Domain Controllers, you don't need to worry about whether the Infrastructure Master is on a Global Catalog Server or not.
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02 15. Global Catalog Servers
 
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Global Catalog & Infrastructure Master Question
 
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Why Infrastructure Master(IM) FSMO role should never be hosted on a DC that is also a Global Catalog(GC). One of the most common questions asked during an interview for any Active Directory position. In my experience, I haven't seen an environment in which this was a concern. Making all DCs also Global Catalog is a standard process.
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NetBackup DB Catalog backup
 
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NetBackup7: Jak utworzyć politykę backup bazy katalogu . How to create DB Catalog backup policy.
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Backup And Restore
 
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Backing up your computer system is one of the most important jobs that you can do. This video looks at how to use the build in backup and restore software included in windows server 2008 R2.
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Backup and Restore: Active Directory and Windows 2008
 
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Backup and Restore: Active Directory and Windows 2008
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How to catalog storage in Backup Exec 15
 
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Author, teacher, and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you how to catalog storage in Backup Exec 15
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How to Backup Active Directory In Windows Server 2008. CpocLab - Live Network Training
 
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HOW TO ENABLE GLOBAL CATALOG IN DOMAIN CONTROLLER
 
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HOW TO ENABLE GLOBAL CATALOG IN DOMAIN CONTROLLER
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Catalog rman Parte 2
 
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Conectar no Catálogo do rman [[email protected] ~]$ rman target / catalog rcat/[email protected] Listar os scripts LIST ALL SCRIPT NAMES; Criando um script local: CREATE script COMANDO_SQL{sql 'alter system switch logfile'; } Criando um script global: CREATE global script BACKUP_DO_BANCO{ allocate channel c1 device type disk; allocate channel c2 device type disk; allocate channel c3 device type disk; sql 'alter system switch logfile'; sql 'alter system switch logfile'; sql 'alter system switch logfile'; sql 'alter system checkpoint'; backup as compressed backupset full database tag 'Full_Banco' format '/home/oracle/backup/Full_banco-%T-%I-%d-%s.bkp'; backup current controlfile tag 'CTF_FULL' format '/home/oracle/backup/CTF_FULL-%T-%I-%d-%s.bkp'; backup as compressed backupset spfile tag 'SPF_FULL' format '/home/oracle/backup/SPF_FULL-%T-%I-%d-%s.bkp'; backup as compressed backupset archivelog all delete all input tag 'ARCH_FULL' format '/home/oracle/backup/ARCH_FULL-%T-%I-%d-%s.bkp'; } Executando o script criado com a sintaxe run {execute script BACKUP_DO_BANCO;} Visualizar um script no Catalog Rman: print script BACKUP_DO_BANCO; Deletar script do Catálogo delete script BACKUP_DO_BANCO; delete script COMANDO_SQL; Executando os script do Catálogo rman target / catalog rcat/[email protected] script 'BACKUP_DO_BANCO' rman target / catalog rcat/[email protected] script 'BACKUP_DO_BANCO' msglog /home/oracle/backup/rman_bkp_diario-$dthora.log
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Windows Server 2003: Backup e Ripristino di Active Directory
 
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www.VisivaGroup.it Il backup di Active Directory si esegue attraverso il salvataggio del cosiddetto System State. Il System State è un insieme di componenti di sistema strettamente correlati tra loro e indivisibili. Il contenuto del System State può variare a seconda del sistema operativo o dei servizi installati sul computer. Gli elementi minimi comuni del System State sono i seguenti: - File di avvio (NTLDR, BOOT.INI, NTDETECT.COM) - File di sistema - Registro di sistema - Database delle classi di registrazione COM+ A seconda dei servizi installati, il System State può contenere anche i seguenti elementi: - Database di Active Directory: nel caso di un server promosso a Domain Controller - SYSVOL: nel caso di un server promosso a Domain Controller - Metabase di IIS: nel caso di un server con il servizio IIS installato - Database del servizio Certificati: nel caso di un server con il servizio Certificate Service installato - Configurazione del servizio cluster: nel caso di un server configurato come nodo di un sistema cluster Per poter mettere in atto un'efficace politica di backup, è necessario comprendere alcuni punti fondamentali: 1) Il backup del System State è soggetto a scadenza (60 giorni per Windows 2000/2003 e 180 giorni per Windows 2003 SP1). Questo significa che non è possibile ripristinare il backup di un System State effettuato in data antecedente i 60 o i 180 giorni (a seconda del S.O. utilizzato). 2) Per ottimizzare un'eventuale fase di ripristino è consigliabile effettuare i backup del System State in modalità Completa/Normale (non incrementale né differenziale). 3) Per ottenere un salvataggio completo di tutta l'infrastruttura AD, è necessario salvare la configurazione del servizio DNS. Se le zone DNS sono integrate in AD, allora nel System State saranno contenuti anche i dati del DNS. In caso contrario, è necessario procedere con il backup della directory di sistema del DNS (%SystemRoot%\System32\DNS). 4) In presenza di più domini, è necessario effettuare il backup del System State di almeno un DC per ciascun dominio. Dovendo scegliere tra tanti DC, è consigliato selezionare sempre i DC che detengono i ruoli FSMO o che sono anche Global Catalog. Oltre ai DC, è necessario ricordarsi di effettuare il backup dei server che forniscono servizi all'infrastruttura AD (es. DNS, DHCP, WINS etc...). Il ripristino del System State in un contesto Active Directory è un'operazione molto delicata in quanto tutti i Domain Controller sono continuamente impegnati nelle operazioni di replica delle informazioni. In generale esistono quattro possibilità di ripristino del System State in un contesto AD: - Ripristino in una posizione alternativa (Alternate location) - Ripristino primario (Primary restore) - Ripristino normale o non autorevole (Normal restore) - Ripristino autorevole (Authoritative restore) Ripristino Primario: Il ripristino primario si effettua nel caso in cui un server o DC è l'unico all'interno di un dominio oppure se si desidera forzare intenzionalmente il contenuto del System State a tutti gli altri server del dominio. Viene utilizzato solamente in caso di ricostruzione di un'infrastruttura AD o FRS (es. DFS) in cui tutti i DC di uno stesso dominio hanno avuto problemi e devono essere ripristinati. Ripristino normale o non autorevole: Questa è la modalità predefinita di ripristino del System State di un Domain Controller. In questa modalità il DC viene riportato esattamente allo stato in cui si trovava al momento del backup. Successivamente al primo evento di replica, gli oggetti che nel frattempo sono stati modificati, eliminati o aggiunti nel database AD, verranno sovrascritti, eliminati o aggiunti alla copia del database precedentemente ripristinato. Ripristino autorevole: Il ripristino autorevole di un DC viene effettuato nel caso in cui occorra ripristinare oggetti erroneamente cancellati, avendo la garanzia che essi vengano considerati come se fossero stati appena ricreati e in modo da essere forzatamente replicati verso gli altri DC partner di replica. Il ripristino autorevole può essere eseguito per un singolo oggetto, per un contenitore (ad es. una OU con il relativo contenuto) o per l'intero database AD. In quest'ultimo caso occorre prestare attenzione ai potenziali problemi che potrebbero sorgere relativamente alla gestione delle password dei computer e delle relazioni di trust tra eventuali altri domini. Per default, infatti, queste password vengono rinegoziate ad intervalli predefiniti (per i computer account ogni 5 giorni) ed effettuando un restore autorevole di tutto il database AD, si rischia di ripristinarle ad un valore non più congruente con lo stato attuale. Pertanto in casi del genere, è necessario procedere con il reset dei computer account e/o la ricreazione delle relazioni di trust manualmente o attraverso l'utility Netdom contenuta nei Support Tools di Windows Server 2003.
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The Difference between Authoritative and Non-Authorative Active Directory Restore
 
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Whoops! You deleted the wrong thing in Active Directory and need to recover. Do you choose an Authoritative or Non-Authorative restore? In this video, Doug Bassett explains the difference. There are two types of systems in the IT industry, those that have failed and those that will fail. There are also two types of administrators, those that have deleted important data and those that will delete important data. In this excerpt of our Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration class, Senior Technical Instructor Doug Bassett explains the type of Active Directory restore you would use in each of these situations. This is an example of the real-world, online HD certification training done at Stormwind.com. If you have any questions, feel free to email our Senior Technical Instructor Doug Bassett at [email protected] We look forward to seeing you in class soon. stormwind.com
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How to take System state backup of Windows Server 2012 R2 DC
 
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This video will show you how to take system state backup of Windows Server 2012 R2 Active Directory Domain Controller using Windows Server Backup Feature.
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Backup active directory
 
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Server 2012 Windows backup and restore
 
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Server 2012 Windows backup and restore
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Adding an additional Domain Controller to an existing domain in Windows Server 2012 R2
 
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This video demonstrates how to add a second domain controller to a new Active Directory domain. It is important to ensure that DNS is set up properly for everything to work correctly, so DNS is stressed as well.
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💡 How To Backup And Restore With Windows 10 Free Software
 
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Backing Up Your Catalog: Lightroom CC Essential Skills
 
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Livelink Training by kenfisherphotography.com To download the FREE printed version of my 7 Step Belt and Braces Backup Plan visit my website. http://www.kenfisherphotography.com/p7212907 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhyaEumpoDSuCJ4qGVOSeFhCIZLWnwxC4
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MCITP 70-640: Seizing roles
 
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Active Directory has five operational master roles that can be transferred from domain controller to domain controller as required. Check out http://itfreetraining.com or http://youtube.com/ITFreeTraining for more of our always free training videos. In some cases the role may not be able to be transferred; for example, if the hardware on the domain controller was to fail, a transfer cannot be made. When this occurs, the operational master role must be seized. This video looks at how to seize an operational master role, clean up the Active Directory database afterwards, and recover a server that has had an operational master role seized. Demo seizing the role 04:40 Demo cleaning up the Active Directory database 08:55 Demo removing Active Directory from a recovered server 14:04 What is an operational master role? See our operational master role video for more information. http://itfreetraining.com/70-640/oper... Impact of missing operational master role Seizing an operational master role from a failed server is a drastic step. Once complete, the domain controller can not be started back up on the network. Before seizing the operational master role, first consider the effect the missing operational master role will have as listed below. Schema master: If this role is missing then changes will not be able to be made to the Active Directory schema. The schema defines the design of the Active Directory database. If you are not planning on making changes to the structure of the Active Directory database this role could be off line indefinitely. Domain Naming Master: This is required when adding/removing domains. If you are not adding or removing domains the Domain Naming Operational Master Role could be offline indefinitely. Relative ID Master: Otherwise known as RID master, it allocates RID's to Domain Controllers. These are used to create Active Directory objects. Without RID's Domain Controllers cannot create new objects. RID's are allocated in pools so a domain controller will not run out quickly unless a lot of Active Directory objects are created at once. PDC Emulator: A PDC emulator is considered the final authority on password authentication. If the PDC emulator is down, a user may experience problems logging in just after a password change. Short outage should not be problem but it is recommended to try to recover the domain controller holding the PDC emulator quickly if it fails. Infrastructure master: In a single domain/forest environment, a missing infrastructure master will not cause any problems. In a multiple domain environment, this will only cause problems if none of your domain controllers are global catalog servers. If this is the case, cross domain objects may not be updated correctly when changed. Seizing a role Seizing a role is considered a last resort and once completed the domain controller that was holding that operational master role will not be able to be started back up on the network again. A domain controller that can have an operational master role transferred or seized is often referred to as a standby operational master. In order to seize an operational master role, you need to run the command NTDSUtil from the command prompt. Once inside the tool, run the following commands. roles connections connect to server (Domain controller role will be seized by) quit Seize PDC|RID master|schema master|infrastructure master|naming master Removing Domain Controller Configuration Once you seize the operational master role, the configure data for that domain controller will still exist in Active Directory. This can be removed by performing the following steps. Run NTDSUtil from the command prompt metadata cleanup connect to server (any domain controller) quit select operational target list domain select domain (your domain number shown in list domain) list sites select site (your site number shown in list sites) list servers in site select server (your server number shown in list servers in site) quit Remove selected server Quit NTDSUtil Run Active Directory Sites and Services from administrative tools Find the record for your failed domain controller. It should not have domain listed next to its name. Press delete to delete the record. Reusing a failed server If you have seized an operational master role from a domain controller and later recover the domain controller, Active Directory will need to be removed from the domain controller before it can be added and reused on the domain. This can be done with the following step. Make sure the server is not connected to the network. From the command line run DCPromo /ForceRemoval
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MCITP 70-640: Built-in Groups Domain Controllers and Server
 
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This video looks at the unique built-in groups available only to Domain Controllers and locally on Windows Server 2008. Please see the previous video Default Local Groups for the rest of the built-in groups. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERjOx7Kl9bA Groups covered in this video Server Operators 03:58 Account Operators 05:01 Print Operators 06:18 Terminal Server Licenses Servers 07:25 Incoming Forest Trust Builders 07:57 Certificate Services DCom Access 09:03 Windows Authorization Access Group 09:38 Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access 10:25 DC Promotion Process If you attempt to edit the local users and groups on a Domain Controller (this can be done using lusrmgr.msc from the start menu) you will find the local accounts database on the computer will be disabled. The local groups on a Domain Controller have been moved to Active Directory and can be found in the OU Builtin. If you use one of these groups, the change will affect all Domain Controllers. Server Operators This group allows members to login to Domain Controllers, start and stop services on the Domain Controllers, perform backup and restore operations, format disks, create shares, and shut down and restart Domain Controllers. This group has no default members and does not give the user access to any other servers that are not domain controllers. This group is aimed at someone who is performing maintenance on Domain Controllers. For this reason, members cannot perform Active Directory administration. Account Operators Members of this group can perform Active Directory administration such as create new users and groups. Although it is not required for Active Directory administration, members of this group can login to a Domain Controller. Once logged in, they can only perform Active Directory Administration: they cannot perform other tasks on the Domain Controller like rebooting. It should be remembered that account operators are not administrators in the domain, and thus some Active Directory administration cannot be done due to security reasons. This includes making changes to the Domain Controllers OU, changing members of the Domain/Enterprise Administrations group, or changing properties for any user that is an administrator. Print Operators Members of this group can manage printers on Domain Controllers and printer objects in Active Directory. In order to manage printers on a Domain Controller, member of this group can also login to a Domain Controller. Allthough they don not have the rights to perform day to day administration on the Domain Controller, members of this group can shut down the Domain Controller. Terminal Server Licenses Servers Inside an Active Directory user account is information stored about terminal server licenses. The terminal services licensing server needs to access this information. In order to only give this server the minimum required access to Active Directory to get this information, you can add the computer account of the licensing server to this group. Incoming Forest Trust Builders To create a trust between two domains, normally an administrator in each domain will create and approve the trust. If you place a user from another domain in this group, they will be able to create an incoming trust from another domain to that domain without an administrator in the other domain having to create or approve the trust. Certificate Services DCom Access This group exists on both Domain Controllers and member servers. If users that use DCom need access to certificates, they need to be added to this group. Windows Authorization Access Group In the user account in Active Directory there is a computed token. This is a computed version of the same security token that is created when a user logs in. You only need to add users to this group for special software that requires this access. Pre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access Members of this group are allowed read access to users and group in the domain. This group should only be used if you have Windows NT computers in your domain. References "MCTS 70-640 Configuring Windows Server 2008 Active Directory" Microsoft Press, pg. 177-179 "Default groups" http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc756898(v=ws.10).aspx "Terminal Services Per User Client Access License Tracking and Reporting" http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc775281(v=ws.10).aspx "An overview of groups used by Active Directory Certificate Services" http://morgansimonsen.wordpress.com/2012/01/24/an-overview-of-groups-used-by-active-directory-certificate-services
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How to troubleshoot and fix Active Directory replication issues on Windows Server 2012 R2
 
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Support NLB Solutions - https://www.patreon.com/NLBSolutions In this video I am going to show you an issue with my Active Directory replication between my two DCs and how I managed to resolve it. Tips and tricks for demoting a DC: 1. Always try graceful removal 1st, if you are not able to gracefully remove the DC proceed with Force Removal. 2. If you are performing a Forceful removal disconnect your DC in order to prevent corruption on your working DC. 3. Perform matadata cleanup from AD Users and Computers, DNS and AD Sites and Services when possible. If not you can proceed with ntdsutil /metadatacleanup. 4. After promotion leave the DCs to "talk" to each other in order to replicate all AD info.
Views: 116687 NLB Solutions
70-640 – Active Test Directory, Exam Configuring Questions
 
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For Microsoft 70-640 Test Questions and Answers Please Visit: https://www.PassEasily.com/70-640.htm Exam Section 1 – Configuring Domain Name Test System (DNS) for Active Directory Questions (Test Coverage 18%) Exam Section 2 – Configuring the Active Directory infrastructure Questions (Test Coverage 17%) Exam Section 3 – Configuring Active Directory Test roles and services Questions (Test Coverage 14%) Exam Section 4 – Creating and maintaining Active Directory objects Questions (Test Coverage 18%) Exam Section 5 – Maintaining the Active Directory environment Questions (Test Coverage 18%) Exam Section 6 – Configuring Active Directory Test Certificate Services Questions (Test Coverage 15%) (Exam Time) : 120 minutes (Number of Test Questions): 158 (70-640 Passing Score): 80% A. Configure a forest or a domain • Remove a domain; perform an unattended test installation; Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT); change forest and domain functional exam levels; interoperability with previous versions of Active Directory for 70-640; multiple questions user principal name (UPN) suffixes; forestprep; domainprep. • Configure trusts test. • Forest trust; selective exam authentication vs. forest-wide authentication; transitive trust; external trust; shortcut questions trust; SID filtering. • Configure sites. • Create Active Directory subnets for 70-640; configure site links; configure site link costing; configure sites infrastructure test. • Configure Active Directory replication exam. • DFSR; one-way replication; Bridgehead questions server for 70-640; replication scheduling; configure replication protocols; force test intersite replication. • Configure the global catalogue. • Universal Group Membership Caching (UGMC); partial exam attribute set; promote to global catalogue. • Configure operations masters. • Seize and transfer questions; backup operations for 70-640 master; operations master placement; Schema Master Test; extending the schema; time service. B. Configure Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS) • Migration to AD LDS; configure data exam within AD LDS; configure an authentication server; Server Core installation. • Configure Active Directory Rights Management Test Service for 70-640 (AD RMS). • Certificate request and installation; self-enrolments; questions delegation; create RMS templates; RMS administrative roles; RM add-on for IE test . • Configure the read-only domain controller (RODC). • Replication; Administrator role for 70-640 separation exam; read-only DNS; BitLocker; credential caching; password replication; syskey questions; read-only SYSVOL; staged install exam. • Configure Active Directory Federation Services Test (AD FSv2). • Install AD FS server role; exchange certificate with AD FS questions agents; configure trust policies; configure user and group claim exammapping for 70-640; import and export trust policies. C. Configure backup and recovery • Using Windows Server Backup; back up files and system state test data to media; backup and restore by using removable media; perform an authoritative questions or non-authoritative restore; linked value replication; Directory Services Recovery Exam Mode (DSRM); backup and restore GPOs; configure AD recycle bin. • Perform offline questions maintenance. • Offline defragmentation and exam compaction; Restartable Active Directory; Active Directory database for 70-640 mounting test tool. • Monitor Active Directory. • Event viewer subscriptions; data collector questions sets; real-time monitoring; analysing logs; WMI queries for 70-640; PowerShell.
IBM Spectrum Protect Plus | SLA Policy and Backup Configuration
 
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In this demo, we will show you how to configure IBM Spectrum Protect Plus policies and apply those to backups. It will show you how to create and customize a Service Level Agreement (SLA policy), and then applying that SLA to a specific backup job.
Views: 548 IBM Storage
Freezer From Backup Restore aaS to a Fully DR Solution for Open
 
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Whether you face Disaster Recovery or not, you may need to rebuild/restore your entire service or a fraction of it in different Data Centres. This can now be achieved in a timely and efficient manner with OpenStack and Freezer.This technology provides users unprecedented flexibility and enables them to rebuild, not only the Cloud Infrastructure, but also any dataset of any size they need to recover on the most suitable location. It can happen that Backup/Restore approach does not fit with requir
Views: 1434 OpenStack Foundation
Updating an Existing Catalog file with Retrospect for Windows
 
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In some cases a catalog will need to be repaired and not rebuilt. This shows the catalog update option
Views: 446 RetrospectInc
ITPro TV - Backup and Restore Group Policy Objects
 
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In this video, Mike demonstrates how to backup and restore Group Policy Objects. He shows how to backup and restore individual GPO's as well as all GPO's, and how to find the latest backup of a GPO. For more Active Directory training visit https://itpro.tv ITProTV's Purpose is to "Empower our members through engaging learning of technology", continuing our Mission to "Disrupt the technology learning marketplace with engaging, effective content..."
Views: 96 ITProTV
Configuring VMware vSphere Backup in NetBackup 7.5-NetBackup 5220
 
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This video gives you a quick walk-through in setting up a VMware backup policy in NetBackup 7.5/NetBackup 5220. For this specific demo NetBackup 5220 Appliance was used.
Views: 6317 Veritas Tech Support
25 How to Creating additional domain controllers on Windows
 
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If you already have one domain controller in a domain, you can add additional domain controllers to the domain to improve the availability and reliability of network services. Adding additional domain controllers can help provide fault tolerance, balance the load of existing domain controllers, and provide additional infrastructure support to sites. More than one domain controller in a domain makes it possible for the domain to continue to function if a domain controller fails or must be disconnected. Multiple domain controllers can also improve performance by making it easier for clients to connect to a domain controller when logging on to the network. You can add additional domain controllers over the network or from backup media. Sorce: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738032(WS.10).aspx
Views: 60957 Sachin Samy
Migration of Active Directory 2003 to 2008
 
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http://www.facebook.com/aioworkshop In this tutorial you will see a procedure to migrate active directory to 2008 version. Preparing windows server 2008, promoting domain controller, transfer fsmo roles and demoting windows server 2003.
Views: 191704 AMTC
IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.5 and Spectrum Protect Plus 10.1.1 - technical overview - Presentation
 
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This presentation is a technical overview of the new functions in Spectrum Protect 8.1.5 and Spectrum Protect Plus 10.1.1. IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.5 introduces the ability to detect and create notifications on potential ransomware attacks. It also introduces reclamation of cloud container storagepool space and new audit and defrag options for containers. (22:30) Spectrum Protect Plus 10.1.1 introduces vSnap replication and catalog backups; VADP proxy setups; Application protect for SQL and Oracle dbs; Include / exclude VMS by tagging; Exclude disks; delete backups; RBAC enhancements and REST API availability. 8.15 and 10.1.1 were announced on 3/16/18 and GA on 3/23/18. Ransomware detection video: :https://youtu.be/qKmoh4V-XUw Cloud pool reclamation video:https://youtu.be/e43NeVmje6k Spectrum Protect for Space Management with Spectrum Scale: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/wikis/home?lang=en#!/wiki/Tivoli%20Storage%20Manager/page/Deploying%20a%20Solution%20that%20Combines%20IBM%20Spectrum%20Protect%20for%20Space%20Management%20with%20IBM%20Spectrum%20Scale SPP on the IBM Cloud: https://youtu.be/zIIP0_tc-OE and https://youtu.be/94MBGLl5uwI
Views: 4359 Tricia Jiang
FSMO Roles in Active Directory 2008 - Part 1
 
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Jagvinder Thind explains What is FSMO Roles in Active directory 2008 in Hindi or What is Operation Master Roles. FSMO Roles Tutorial in hindi
Views: 101394 JagvinderThind
Actifio Instant Mount Demo  - 8.0 Webinar Series
 
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Eliminate unnecessary data movement and gives access to large data sets for any purpose in minutes.
Views: 605 Actifio
Auditing, Managing & Backing up Active Directory with Active Administrator 6
 
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Get a quick overview of how Active Administrator can help IT admins manage Active Directory and Group Policy. Active Administrator is an extensive Active Directory management solution that addresses the auditing, security, recovery and health of Active Directory from one integrated console. This centralizes the management of the most important aspects of Active Directory and Group Policy so that administrators save time and have the most control over their environment.
Views: 4150 SMBitSimplified
Recover a Deleted Active Directory Object from the Tombstone Container
 
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In this video, Dr. Avril Salter gives you a closer look at how you can recover an accidentally deleted object in Active Directory using tombstone.
Views: 33123 SMBitSimplified
Windows File Server
 
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This video looks at how to configure a file server. This includes the new features included in windows server 2008 R2 and older features like DFS and offline files. Check out http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for more of our always free training videos.
Views: 235771 itfreetraining
How-to: Backup Your Domain
 
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How to backup your domain using the plesk interface
Views: 378 dofinity
26. Relocating Active Directory Database and Logs Files
 
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This video shows how to relocating active directory database files in Windows Server 2012 R2..
Views: 5361 MSFT WebCast
Shadow copies
 
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This video looks a how to configure the shadow copy services on windows server 2008 R2. Shadow copies do not replace the need for regular backups, but if used correctly allow your end users to correct some mistake themselves without having to contact the IT department.
Views: 44034 itfreetraining