Why DNSSEC


https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/it-pro/windows-server-2012-R2-and-2012/dn593670(v=ws.11)

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/gg508657.aspx

 

Who Moved the DNS Cheese? Auditing for AD-Integrated DNS Zone and Record Deletions


https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Core-Infrastructure-and-Security/Who-Moved-the-DNS-Cheese-Auditing-for-AD-Integrated-DNS-Zone-and/ba-p/256653

 

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DNS scavenging_status


$zones = Get-Content “C:\Users\k054995\Desktop\test\input.txt”

foreach($zone in $zones)

{

$Output = Get-DnsServerZoneAging -Name $zone -ComputerName pgc2eu-dceu101 | Select-Object ZoneName,AgingEnabled,RefreshInterval,NoRefreshInterval

$Output

$Output | export-csv -Path “C:\Users\k054995\Desktop\test\eu1_reverse-lookupzone_scavenging_status.csv” -NoTypeInformation -Append

}

AD replication Test


#identify AD sites which differ in replication schedule from a reference site, here GC1

$RefscheduleRaw= ((Get-ADReplicationSite -Identity GC1).ReplicationSchedule.RawSchedule)
$Refschedule= ((Get-ADReplicationSite -Identity GC1).ReplicationSchedule)

#Set-ADReplicationSite -Identity test -ReplicationSchedule $Refschedule

$sites= (Get-ADForest).sites
$SiteList= @(”)

foreach($site in $sites){
$schedule= ”
$schedule= ((Get-ADReplicationSite -Identity $site).ReplicationSchedule.RawSchedule)
if(!$schedule -or ($schedule -ne $RefscheduleRaw)){
$SiteList+=$site
# $site
}

}

$siteList |Sort-Object

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