New Active Directory Documents for IT Pros
I want to take the opportunity to thank the people who are out there providing information everyday to people using Active Directory. As I say thank you, I will link to their sites, so our readers can find them easily:
Ask DS (Active Directory Customer Support Services blog)
Directory Services Forum
TechNet Script Center for Active Directory
Ulf B. Simon-Weidner
I'm sure people and sites have been missed. If you comment on this blog post with recommendations, I will visit and update as appropriate.
By the way, we are not endorsing the specific comments or resolutions posted at these other Web locations. We are thankful that there are people who are trying to help others out there and all we are saying by providing links to their sites is "Thank you!" Anything you use from the links posted above is at your own risk. As a matter of fact, that goes for all the Microsoft TechNet blogs as well. Saying that you got a particular piece of information from a blog (TechNet or otherwise) will not help you should you need to contact Microsoft Support. That is not to say that Microsoft Support won't help you; they usually will help with any reasonable request. The point is that they won't be swayed into helping you because you mention a particular blog posting.
Kurt Hudson [MSFT]
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
What about great Joe Richards at
A good ADSI scriting site