Some Facts about AD-Objects

Hello, this is Lars. IT Engineer. Certified (and enthusiastic) webmaster. Also an enthusiastic Windows, Apple, and Office user. I write about all kinds of topics around IT. Living in Switzerland. You can find out more about me here: About me. Thanks for your visit! Some attributes, i. e. the GUID,

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DNS Zone Delegation

Here is where to go to find more information about dns zone delegation. You find a whole lot of information in this article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771640.aspx. Basically you could use zone delegation to define the DNS-Server which has to be used when quering a information in a subdomain. jheuglin has made a video

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DNS-related Powershell Commands

Get-DnsServer Get-DnsServer Retrieves a DNS server configuration. Set-DnsServer Set-DnsServer Overwrites a DNS server configuration. Example: Migrate DNS server configuration by using IP addresses This command migrates DNS server configuration from a server that has an IP address of 172.22.50.137 to a server that has an IP address of 172.22.50.138. Get-DnsServer

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DNS Cache Locking

Cache locking is a new security feature available with Windows Server® 2008 R2 that allows you to control whether or not information in the DNS cache can be overwritten. You can protect the cache from cache poisoning attacks with it. More info: http://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/library/ee683892(v=ws.10).aspx See how to change it in this

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DHCP Filter in Windows Server 2012 R

With DHCP filters you can prevent certain devices from getting a IP from your DHCP. To do this, define a filter in the Deny section of DHCP. It is only available for IPv4. Don’t forget to enable the filter! You can use asterisk to include more than one device, like

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