Active Directory Replication Registry Entries

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Active Directory Replication Registry Entries Notice: This article was not written by me, but is very useful. Source The information here is provided as a reference for use in troubleshooting or verifying that the required settings are applied. It is recommended that you do not directly edit the registry unless there is no other alternative. Modifications to the registry are not validated by the registry editor or by Windows before they are applied, and as a result, incorrect values can be stored. This can result in unrecoverable errors in the system. When possible, use Group Policy or other Windows tools, such as...

Netlogon – Error,Type, Event and Description

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Monitoring Account Lockout Netlogon Log File Error Codes Each event in the Netlogon log contains a corresponding error code. The following table describes these error codes. Netlogon Log Error Codes Logon Events Many different events can be created by various logon and logoff actions. The following table describes each logon event. Logon Event IDs Netlogon Logon Types When many Netlogon logon events are logged, a logon type is also listed in the event details. The following table describes each logon type. Netlogon Logon Types Skepper
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Which domain controller i connected to ?

Monday, December 16, 2013

Which domain controller I'm connected ? (or how to find domain controller) In an environment where there are several domain controllers, sometime we want to know which domain controller our computer is connected . In this post I will show some ways to get the information. Option-1 Using nltest Open command prompt with administrative privileges and run: c:\>nltest /dsgetdc:<domain_name> you need to replace "domain_name" with your domain (domain.local for example). Option-2 the SET command again, open CMD, run SET and Look at the variable called %LOGONSERVER%. c:\> set Tip, you can narrow the results relevant line only by run this command: c:\>set | find "LOGONSERVER"   or c:\>set log Option-3 echo command this command will...
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