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A Dickens of a DNS Puzzle: How to clean up those stale AD site DNS records (with PowerShell of course)
Typically DNS scavenging takes care of old DNS records, and that is the recommended path of resolution. For those who choose not to use scavenging, this post may be of some assistance. Frequently when I visit customers I find a graveyard down in the DNS tree where stale AD sites live like the ghost...
23 Dec 2010
Dude, where’s my GPO? Using PowerShell to find all of your Group Policy links.
Stratego I only played Stratego once as a kid when I was over at a friend’s house. Strategy, challenge and mystery made the game captivating. A few years ago I bought a vintage 1961 edition on eBay so I could teach my sons to play. As it turns out this game has been around for centuries among...
29 May 2013
Consolidate All AD Empty Sites Into A Single SiteLink Using PowerShell
Do you have a large Active Directory site topology with many empty sites? If so, this post is for you. Empty sites are AD sites without a domain controller. These sites are used to support AD site-aware applications like SCCM and DFS where clients get local site referrals. Recently I encountered...
11 Feb 2011
Freaky neat Active Directory site links with PowerShell
Author's note: Before you dismiss this article you should know that the top two areas where I find issues for AD health are replication and DNS. If you're short on time skip to the bottom section "But Wait… There's More" and run that report in your environment. Otherwise I think you'll get a lot...
10 Sep 2012
PowerShell to automatically create all AD hub-to-spoke site links
So you've just finished creating all of the sites in your AD forest, or you've chosen to rebuild your site link topology. You want to create a simple hub-and-spoke site link topology. You dread all the clicks it will take to create each site link, type the name, and add the member sites. Enter today...
7 Oct 2010
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