DFS


DFSDIAG.EXE tool:

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/josebda/2009/07/15/five-ways-to-check-your-dfs-namespaces-dfs-n-configuration-with-the-dfsdiag-exe-tool/

The Basics of the Windows Server 2008 Distributed File System (DFS):

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/josebda/2009/03/10/the-basics-of-the-windows-server-2008-distributed-file-system-dfs/

Understanding Windows Server 2008 DFS-N by analyzing network traces:

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/josebda/2009/04/15/understanding-windows-server-2008-dfs-n-by-analyzing-network-traces/

Trust Relationship


Types of Trust relationship

  • Parent-Child Trust:-  A type of trust relationship between parent domain and its child domain. when you install a new child domain in existing tree, a new Parent child trust established between parent domain and its child domain by default.
  • It is Transitive nature with Two-way Direction.

  • Tree Root Trust:- A type of trust relationship between tree domain and forest root domain. When you install a new Tree domain in an existing forest, a new Tree root trust  established between Tree domain and forest root domain by default.  
  • It is Transitive nature with Two-way Direction.

  • Shortcut Trust:- A type of trust relationship manually create by Administrator between Tree domain and Child domain (within the same forest) . It helps to improve the user logon process.
  • It is Transitive nature with One-way Direction or Two-way Direction.

     

  • Forest Trust:-  A type of trust relationship manually create by Administrator between two Root Domains.
  • It is Transitive nature with One-way Direction or Two-way Direction.

     

  • External Trust:-  A type of trust relationship manually create by Administrator between two Root Domains.
  • It is Non-Transitive nature with One-way Direction or Two-way Direction.

Introducing Lingering Object Liquidator v2

Domain joining Workstations Quota limit


By default, Windows Server allows authenticated users to join 10 machine accounts to the domain”. But I didn’t get an answer

1-By Group Policy:

  • Click Start – All programs – Administrative Tools – Group Policy Management.
  • Create or Edit Group Policy Objects.
  • Expand Computer Configuration – Policies – Windows Settings – Security Settings – User Rights Assignment
  • From right pane right click on Add workgroup to domain – Properties – Add User or Group or remove unwanted user or group

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System Writer is not found in backup


The VSS System writer list is contained in these three files, Copy the below files from working machine and replace files to issue machine.

C:\Windows\inf\setupapi.ev1

C:\Windows\inf\setupapi.ev2

C:\Windows\inf\setupapi.ev3

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