Enhanced Security Administration Environment (ESAE)

Hey all,  I haven’t posted for a while,  so here goes. A colleague of mine mentioned to me that the  Microsoft Exam 70-744 “Securing Windows Server” (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-744.aspx) has the following in the Manage Privilege Identities objectives: Implement an Enhanced Security Administrative Environment (ESAE) administrative forest design approach; Determine usage scenarios and requirements for implementing ESAE…

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Intra-Forest Migration with duplicate active user accounts in Source and target domains–focus on scripting Profile Translation

Hey everybody, I hope all is well.  This month an interesting situation I came across while working with a customer. Let’s set the scene: Bit of Background In the ideal Intra-Forest migration you are consolidating accounts and resources from one domain to another.  The main difference between inter-forest and intra-forest migration is that in intra-forest…

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Leveraging Active Directory Display Specifiers

Alright everybody, hope you’re all well…. anyway let’s get down to the nuts and bolts of this months post. So what happens when you get to a customer site and you need to get information on how many servers a customer has in their Active Directory including the Server OS Version and Service Pack level? …

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SCOM !SCOM! SCOM! (…notifications)

What Ho Everybody Welcome to Episode two of my thrilling blog instalments!  This month I thought I’d do a little bit on Ops Mgr.  A little like last month small edible nuggets for those who have read this far can digest. Right then, let’s dive in. Bite Size Chunks Ops Mgr is a big product…

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Bloggy Bloggy Bloggy Oi! Oi! Oi!

Right then. A blog. First post – Hmm, Better write something……mind’s gone blank….nothing new there then. Ok, I’m ready…Go! False Start….right try again? Start with what though? Arggh am I just contributing to lots of other inane stuff out there?  Right – got off track, start again.  This is isn’t going well. Hello poor unfortunate…

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