Hey y’all, Mark here again. Another year has come to an end, the Mayans were wrong and we started to look back on what our most popular post of the last year were. For you long time readers (AD MVP Mike Kline, our very first comment) this will be a trip down memory lane. For any of our new readers, you can now get a quick “Year 2012” mix tape, remember those! Those were sort of like playlist for your walkmen which used these things called cassettes ….never mind. Like a good mix make sure you pass this on to a friend.
Our 5th most popular blog was actually a reader topic request so if you have a question you’d love to get to bottom of you probably are not the only one. Let us know either in the comments, the Contact button at the top of the page or tweet about AskPFEPlat. We will do our best to get back to you.
Is your favorite post not listed above, let us know in the comments and why you loved it.
Mark “use a pencil to rewind it if you need to” Morowczynski
I definitely loved the AD indexing post (which is not in the list)blogs.technet.com/.../mcm-active-directory-indexing-for-the-masses.aspx
Why? Because it goes in depth and I love stuff like this.
I love that post too. I think it just missed the cut. #8 by David Gregory is also very deep on AD.
I completely forgot to mention the post about 411 and KDC 11 Events by David Gregory (also not in the list):
This was one of the most useful posts here for me because it explained something that is so frequently occuring and is overlooked by many administrators on servers.
It was a great 2012 and you all have definitely become one of the top AD blogs. Nice cherry on top when Mary Jo named this blog the Enterprise Pick of the Week on the Windows Weekly podcast this afternoon.
I think they only have a few hundred thousand regular viewers or so. Leo Laporte said the blog was perfectly named :)
One that is not on the list: "How to Track the Who, What, When and Where of Active Directory Attribute Changs"
And this is one of my favorites because it shows a real case, the tools and the steps to solve it... It was really useful.
One more time, thank you very much indeed for taking the time to share your knowledge and experience. I really appreciate it.
@Mike We heard, it's exciting!
@Rafa Good pick for sure.