Active Directory Delegated Permissions (View/Remove)

Active Directory (AD) delegation is critical part of many organizations’ IT infrastructure. By delegating administration, you can grant users or groups only the permissions they need without adding users to privileged groups (e.g., Domain Admins, Account Operators). Read More …

Active Directory – Recycle Bin Feature

If an object has been deleted in your Active Directory, and you want it recovered, there are a number of things you can do. Simply put, ADRB allows you to recover objects immediately, without the need to use your System State backups, latent sites, or 3rd party add-ons. Read More …

Active Directory – Check if a DC is a Global Catalog

There are several ways to find out if a Domain Controller has the Global Catalog role enabled. In this article, Read More …

Microsoft – Changing SID of cloned VMs

On the machine level, every computer is identified by a unique value; named Security ID or SID. SID is calculated in the process of the installation of every Windows machine. Whether the computer is part of the workgroup (or it’s just a stand-alone computer), the value of SID is not crucial. Read More …

VMware vCenter – Enable Single Sign On (SSO)

Platform Service Controller is a new component in VMware vSphere. The PSC contains all the services that vCenter needs for its functions including Single Sign-On (SSO). This post describes how to configure AD authentication in vCenter Server. Read More …

Linux – Removing Apache HTTP Server

Removing Apache HTTP Server ensures that, it’s existing files or services will not create conflict when we install Apache HTTP Server from the source code. Read More …

Enable WinRM with Group Policy for PowerShell Remoting

PowerShell Remoting really can makes a routine work a lot easier, but it requires quite a bit of work to get all the remote computers ready to take the remoting calls, such as automatically start Windows Remote Management service. Read More …

Install the PowerShell Active Directory Module

This guide explains how to install the Active Directory (AD) module for PowerShell Core 6.0 and Windows PowerShell. For Windows PowerShell, the document describes how to install the AD module for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2, and Windows Server 2016. Read More …

Distributing Proxy PAC using GPO (Active Directory)

If your organization uses Active Directory and Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari or Firefox, you can use the Active Directory Group Policy Object (GPO) feature to distribute the PAC file URL to all devices in your organization. Read More …