23 août 2011

Verify redirected Computers container in Active Directory

How to see if the default location for new computer accounts has been changed in an Active Directory domain. Ever since Windows 2003 it has been a best practice to redirect the default location for new computer accounts in the domain. Every new AD always domain starts with the default setting of using CN=Computers, DC=Domain, DC=Com for non prestaged computers joining the domain. In this article we will look at how to see the actual setting after the change, which has not been very straightforward. Since the... [Lire la suite]
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04 mai 2011

Stripping Internal Exchange Organization Info From NDRs Sent To Remote Domains…

The default “remote domains” setting in Exchange 2010 allows non-delivery reports (NDRs) to be sent to all remote domains. These error message will contain internal Exchange Organization information like the server names, IP addresses, AD domain name etc. What if you are security conscious and what to strip those information from the NDRs and yet get it sent to external senders? It is possible in Exchange 2010 SP1, with the introduction of a new parameter named “NDRDiagnosticInfoEnabled” for the Set-Domain cmdlet. By default, the... [Lire la suite]
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