I cannot imagine someone looking less like Sherlock Holmes than this goober.
Bridgehead Server Selection
dfsradmin membership set /RFName:Test-RG-RF /RGName:Test-RG /MemName:opa\win2008x64DC2 /MembershipEnabled:false
Critical note: It’s seriously dangerous to do this as you are letting users continue to access data that is not being replicated anymore; if they are allowed to modify that data, and if you later re-enable this membership, all of their changes are going to be wiped out . You will be triggering a non-authoritative sync, after all. This is only reasonably safe if the replicated folder was using Read Only DFSR or if the share is marked only for READ permissions. This is why the GUI tries to talk you out of it and also remove the DFSN link to the folder.
978994 Error message when you try to migrate the SYSVOL share from the FRS to the DFSR service in a Windows Server 2008 domain: "The parameter is incorrect"
833436 "The current DC is not in the domain controller's OU" error message when you run the Dcdiag tool
2010-06-29 17:59:35, Info [0x000000] User CONTOSO\NED maps to FABRIKAM\NED
2010-06-29 17:59:35, Info [0x000000] Adding domain account CONTOSO\NED
2010-06-29 17:59:35, Info [0x0803b2] Adding user CONTOSO\NED
2010-06-29 17:59:35, Info [0x000000] Failed.[gle=0x00000091]
2010-06-29 17:59:35, Info [0x000000] A Windows Win32 API error occurred
Windows error 1332 description: No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.[gle=0x00000091]
2010-06-29 17:59:35, Info [0x000000] Windows Error 1332 description: No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.
2010-06-29 17:59:35, Info [0x000000] Entering MigCloseCurrentStore method
1. Don’t migrate accounts that you have no intention of creating a new user for in the new domain (use /UEL or /UE).
2. If you are going to use them, pre-create the accounts. It’s not like the migrated profiles will be useful if they have no accounts.
3. Don’t hold it that way. Wait, that was Steve Jobs’ answer.
Your rubber band phone does not go with my hipster glasses. And I look better in a turtleneck than you.
DNS Namespace Planning Solution Center
Creating a DNS Infrastructure Design
You aren’t using conditional forwarders? I don’t even know you anymore…
It's like working here.
Ok, more like here.
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