Category Archives: Microsoft Windows Server 2019

The videos of my Netwrix webinars are now available

Last week, on September 24, 25 and 26, I hosted three 60-minute webinars with Netwrix on my three favorite chapters in my Active Directory Administration Cookbook. Over 1800 people have registered for these webinars. Now, a mere two working days after the last webinars, the Netwrix team has done everyone a huge favor by already […]

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On-premises Microsoft Identity-related updates and fixes for August 2019

Even though Microsoft’s Identity focus moves towards the cloud, they are not forgetting their on-premises roots. Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 still receive updates. These are the updates and fixes we saw for August 2019:                      Windows Server 2016 We observed the following updates for Windows Server 2016: KB4512495 August 17, 2019 The […]

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I’m presenting three Webinars with Netwrix focusing on the best recipes from the AD Administration Cookbook

On September 24th, 25th and 26th, I’ll present three 1-hour webinars with Netwrix. Tune in to get the best in Active Directory security, Hybrid Identity and Azure AD Hardening demo’ed! Tip! These courses may be of specific interest to CISSPs, as these courses allow you to earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits.   About the […]

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On-premises Microsoft Identity-related updates and fixes for July 2019

Even though Microsoft’s Identity focus moves towards the cloud, they are not forgetting their on-premises roots. Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 still receive updates. These are the updates and fixes we saw for July 2019:                     Windows Server 2016 We observed the following updates for Windows Server 2016: KB4507459 July 16, 2019 The […]

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On-premises Microsoft Identity-related updates and fixes for June 2019

Even though Microsoft’s Identity focus moves towards the cloud, they are not forgetting their on-premises roots. Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 still receive updates. These are the updates and fixes we saw for June 2019:                     Windows Server 2016 We observed the following updates for Windows Server 2016: KB4509475 June 27, 2019 The […]

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On-premises Microsoft Identity-related updates and fixes for May 2019

Even though Microsoft’s Identity focus moves towards the cloud, they are not forgetting their on-premises roots. Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 still receive updates. These are the updates and fixes we saw for May 2019:                   Windows Server 2016 We observed the following updates for Windows Server 2016: KB4499177 May 23, 2019 The […]

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On-premises Microsoft Identity-related updates and fixes for April 2019

Even though Microsoft’s Identity focus moves towards the cloud, they are not forgetting their on-premises roots. Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 still receive updates. These are the updates and fixes we saw for April 2019:                      Windows Server 2016 We observed the following updates for Windows Server 2016: KB4493473 April 25, 2019 The […]

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Get your copy of the Active Directory Administration Cookbook today

The new Active Directory Administration Cookbook is now available. [Packt] [Amazon] [Tomlinsons] [Fnac] [Lehmanns] [ManagementBoek] For the last seven months, I worked with Packt Publishing to write the fourteen chapters in this 620-page book, containing all the essential howtos  and their gotchas for managing both on-premises Active Directory and Azure AD. It has been an […]

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I’m presenting my Active Directory 101 course with Netwrix again

Whether you are an Active Directory novice or an experienced IT professional, enroll in my upcoming free online course for step-by-step instructions and industry best practices for Active Directory management. These sessions are also a great way to get ready for Exam 70-742. Note:These webinars cover only 3 out of 5 topics for Microsoft exam […]

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Knowledgebase: In-place Upgrading Domain Controllers to Windows Server 2019 while still using NTFRS breaks SYSVOL Replication and DSLocator

In a domain that is configured to use the File Replication Service, the SYSVOL folder is not shared after you in-place upgrade a Windows Server 2019-based Domain Controller from an earlier version of Windows. Until this directory is shared, Domain Controllers do not respond to DCLOCATOR requests for LDAP, Kerberos, and other Domain Controller workloads. […]

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