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Hi everyone, we have a few new and updated articles from last week that are Directory Services related.
LDAP queries are executed more slowly than expected in the AD or LDS/ADAM directory service and Event ID 1644 may be logged
Clients cannot make connections if you require client certificates on a Web site or if you use IAS in Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Security Advisory: Vulnerability in Windows Kernel could allow elevation of privilege
A memory leak occurs in Svchost.exe when you apply or update Group Policy preference settings in Windows Server 2008
A time-out error occurs when many NTLM authentication requests are sent from a computer that is running Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Vista in a high latency network
Lingering objects may remain after you bring an out-of-date global catalog server back online
User GPP Scheduled Task item fails to apply and logs event id: 4098 with 0x80070005 "Access is denied."
Error message when 64-bit versions of ADPREP fail to execute when they run on 32-bit versions of Windows: “ADPREP.EXE is valid, but is for a machine time other than the current machine”
You receive a "Service Unavailable" error message when you browse an IIS 6.0 Web page on a Windows Server 2003-based domain controller
Object changes or new objects may be lost when the ADAM Synchronizer tool in Windows Server 2003 synchronizes data from Active Directory to ADAM
And I just noticed that the last post put us to our 500th article. That’s a post every 205,200 seconds! Wait, that doesn’t sound impressive. That’s a post every 2.3 days! OK, not quite Raymond Chen or Keith Combs, but it will have to do.
You have kept us going with your comments, questions, and readership – thanks very much.
- Ned “User profile cannot be loaded” Pyle