New Directory Services KB Articles 12/14-12/21
Published Apr 04 2019 01:42 PM 115 Views
First published on TechNet on Dec 21, 2008
New KB articles related to Directory Services for the week of 12/14-12/21.


How to customize the default local user profile when you prepare an image of Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003


After you upload encrypted files from a Windows XP-based computer to a WebDAV share, the files remain encrypted


On computers that are running Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista SP1, RSAT GPMC has long delays in domain environments that have many GPOs


The returned data is truncated when you use the "repadmin" command to list the number of user accounts or the number of computer accounts in Windows Server 2008


You cannot send Start TLS requests from a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP Professional x64 Edition to a server that is running OpenLDAP Software


Some third-party Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) clients may reject a response from an OSCP responder if this OCSP responder receives a Response Signing certificate from a Windows Server 2008 certification authority


The DNS PTR record might be deleted if you change the DNS server order on a Windows 2003 machine


Unable to access Shares "The specified network name is no longer available"


Vista and Windows Server 2008 clients are unable to access cluster names with AES-encrypted Kerberos tickets


Auto enrollment does not work in the Cross Forest environment


The “Group Policy domain controller selection” Group Policy setting does not work as expected


When you run an application that uses the SystemTimeToTzSpecificLocalTime function in certain Windows installations, the application performance is very poor

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