Brett Shirley on in one of a threads on activedir.org mailing list mentioned one .additional. switch which can be used in conjunction with dcdiag.exe command. DCDIAG is well known and extremely useful diagnostic tool used in many different Active Directory troubleshooting aspects to get information about current view of AD. When You will use /? … Continue reading "[R] DCDIAG debug switch"
When it comes to searching for an object in the LDAP directory (like Active Directory) most of us will use a LDAP filter to display the objects we are looking for. An LDAP filter is a quick and easy way to construct queries that will be excecuted against the target directory service. Most of the … Continue reading "[R] Using LDAP search filter to query attributes without value"
Hmm, I have moved several times as I traveled for study or work among Poland. But I've never moved in virtual space – until now. I had my blog since some time, it crashed (remeber to always have backup 🙂 ) and I rebuilded it. From some time I talked with Carlos abotu DirTeam and … Continue reading "Blog movement"
Doing a lot of work with Kerberos delegation over the past few years and I have encountered many reasons why the delegation won’t work. One reasons so often not thought of or left out is duplicate SPN entries. Now I know its easy to say who would add a duplicate entry but when administrators get … Continue reading "One reason why Kerberos delegation wont work."
(System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory.ReplicationConnection.ReplicationSchedule.RawSchedule) This is an interesting property, you know the schedule screen you see in Site And Services and which the new DFSR MMC will also have? Well this is how its built 🙂 ReplicationSchedule has a property called RawSchedule which is a Boolean datatype, but it’s a three dimentional array i.e. Boolean(,,) strange structure but … Continue reading "Working with ReplicationSchedule.RawSchedule"
So what have I been up to and where have I been? Well to answer in a simple form I have just been B.U.S.Y! Moving to Johannesburg is proving to be a little more difficult than I thought it would be one has to always be able to handle change in your direction when it’s … Continue reading "Where am I"