Below are the Active Directory-related KnowledgeBase articles, released and updated in between March 1 2012 and March 31 2012:
New KnowledgeBase articles
2680976 Troubleshooting Active Directory operations that fail with error – 8204 ERROR_DS_NO_SUCH_OBJECT
As the title suggests, Error 8240 (0x2030) means ERROR_DS_NO_SUCH_OBJECT, which indicates the specific object couldn’t be found in directory. You may encounter this error during replication or when a Domain Controller tries to local global catalogs for its functionalities, such as universal group membership lookup. This error may be due to Lingering Objects, so be sure to read this article.
2675275 A logoff script is removed incorrectly when you use the GMPC to remove a logon script on a Windows Server 2008 R2-based domain controller
When you use the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) to connect to a Domain Controller that is running Windows Server 2008 R2 to create a Group Policy Object, and then set a logon script and a logoff script, the logoff script is also removed when you remove the logon script. This issue occurs because the Scrptadm.dll (Script Adm Extension) component does not process the logon and logoff scripts separately. A hotfix is available.
2673371 “0xC0000244” Stop error occurs when the Security log reaches its maximum size in Windows Vista or in Windows Server 2008
The expected behavior is that the computer backs up the Security log when the log reaches its maximum size, and the computer does not crash, so a Hotfix is available.
2672601 Terminal Services service crashes when Group Policy settings are refreshed in Windows Server 2008
After Group Policy settings are refreshed, the Terminal Services service restarts to load new Group Policy settings. When the service restarts, the service unloads and then reloads the Winsta.dll module. However, the service does not reload the Winsta.dll module correctly. Therefore, the Terminal Services service crashes when a function in the Winsta.dll module is called. A hotfix is available.
2682075 Configuring Remote Assistance to work across forests
Remote Assistance is a nice feature for helpdesk personnel, but in a multi-forest environment you might encounter access violation errors. This article describes how to configure group memberships and user rights assignments in this situation.