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Create planified task

Create planified task

Thanks to the Technet team for this great article: “Configuring Scheduled Tasks in Powershell”. The creation of a task planned by GPO is not always feasible, the workstation may not be a member of the domain or may never be connected to the network. To overcome this problem, it is possible to perform the creation directly in Powershell. So we have at our disposal two applets: One for creating configuration options One to apply configuration options http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2015/01/14/use-powershell-to-configure-scheduled-task.aspx

IIS Application with WSUS SP2

IIS Application with WSUS SP2

After installing SP2 of WSUS (KB2720211) and if you activate SSL, IIS application for WSUS not working. There is a lot of error in event viewer. Error id 12052, DSS Authentification web service is not working For fix this error, you must install KB2734608. You can download file here.. When the installation is complete, run the following commands on the WSUS server : iisreset net stop wsusservice net start wsusservice From the WSUS Server, run wsusutil /checkhealth. You can see…

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WDS and DHCP

WDS and DHCP

WDS is closely linked to the DHCP server, however if the two roles are installed on different servers a slight modification to the DHCP needs to be made. In this case it is necessary to add options 67 and 68 at the DHCP level. Option 66 : IP Address of the server Option 67 : boot\x86\wdsnbp.com After this modification, pxe boot functions properly.

Rename Domain Controller

Rename Domain Controller

It is sometimes necessary to rename a server, depending on the role installed some steps are to be applied. Let’s take the example of a domain controller running Windows Server 2012. It is necessary to ensure first of all the functional level. This must be at least Windows Server 2003 level.

FSMO Role

FSMO Role

An AD forest may contain one or more AD domains, depending on your situation the placement of FSMO roles may be different. In order to carry out a good positioning of the different roles, Microsoft provides documentation on their site that allows you to make the right decision.

Clean up metadata

Clean up metadata

It has happened to all administrators to find themselves with an isolated domain controller. In this case, after performing a dcpromo /forceremoval, all AD and DNS databases should be cleaned. For this purpose Microsoft gives the procedure that has been carried out. For Windows Server 2003 : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc736378(v=ws.10).aspx For Windows Server 2008 R2 : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc816907(v=ws.10).aspx

Join Computer to AD

Join Computer to AD

Since Windows 2000, a user of a domain can be enter up to 10 machines on the domain. When joining to the domain, a login and password is requested. It will be sufficient for a user to enter his username and password. He will be able to do the same for 9 other stations.