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  • Let Active Directory Manage It Please

    Time Synchronization for Virtual Domain Controllers running on either Hyper-V or VMware Virtualization Platforms should be managed by Active Directory. There are several reasons as to why we should let Active Directory manage Time Sync for Virtual Domain Controllers, but first we need to look at the applications running inside a Virtual Machine. Please read here: https://www.simple-talk.com/blogs/2013/03/12/let-active-directory-manage-it-please/
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Thu, May 2 2013
    Filed under: Active Directory, Windows Server, Windows Server 2008
  • Active Directory Naming Information Could Not Be Located Because

    Sometimes when you open an Active Directory tool, you might get hit with the “ Active Directory Naming Information Could Not Be Located ” error message. The error does not provide more information as to what “Naming Information” the tool is referring to. And also, there’s nothing in the event logs to let you know more about the error so you can troubleshoot the issue. What you may not know is, there is a process which active directory tools or utility have to follow
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Thu, May 2 2013
    Filed under: Active Directory, AD Replication, Windows Server, Windows Server 2008
  • Hyper-V Migration Technologies

    It is difficult for an architect or an organization to select the right Hyper-V high-availability or migration technology to deploy in the production environment. There are so many choices. In addition to the Hyper-V high-availability & migration technologies that were introduced in Windows Server 2008 RTM and R2, the new Hyper-V Version 3.0 running on Windows Server 2012 Operating System comes with a bunch of new migration technologies. These technologies not only provide the high-availability
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Thu, May 2 2013
    Filed under: Clustering, Windows Server, Windows Server 2008
  • Hyper-V Networking and Configuration Part III

    A configuration of Hyper-V networking across two or more Hyper-V Hosts is the most complex type. It needs to be configured according to the business rules and communication between Virtual Machines and the Hyper-V Parent Partition is best configured with VMBUS and VSP/VSC components. Nirmal explains how best to do it The article goes live here: http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/virtualization/microsoft-hyper-v-networking-and-configuration---part-iii/ Enojy reading!
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Mon, Feb 18 2013
  • NIC Teaming Support on Windows Server 2012

    Windows Server 2012 provides NIC Teaming support for Host and Virtual Machines running on Hyper-V. The Part 2 of Hyper-V Networking and Configuration article has been updated here: http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/virtualization/microsoft-hyper-v-networking-and-configuration---part-2/ Thanks! Nirmal
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Thu, Jan 31 2013
    Filed under: Active Directory, Clustering, FRS, AD Replication, Failover, ISA
  • Hyper-V Networking and VLAN Configuration Scenario

    I have written the 2nd part of the Hyper-V Networking and Configuration. The big difference that we see between Scenario 1 and Scenario 2 is the communication to the External LAN (e.g. VM1 through VM3 talking to Server1 through Server3 on LAN). The moment you see the requirement for External communication you’ll think of using an External Virtual Switch. To achieve the requirements of this second scenario, you can use any of the configuration methods as discussed earlier but the most suitable
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Mon, Jan 21 2013
    Filed under: Active Directory, Clustering, Exchange, AD Replication, Group Policy, Windows Server 2008, Tips
  • The SysAdmin Handbook - The Best of SimpleTalk

    Over the past two years, Simple-Talk has published articles on a variety of SysAdmin topics, from Exchange to Virtualization, and including everything from Powershell to Unified Messaging. They have brought the best of these articles together to form The SysAdmin Handbook. With over fifty articles packed into this book, it will be an essential reference for any Systems Administrator, whether you have years of experience or are just starting out. Articles included in the Handbook: Message Hygiene
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Mon, Jan 14 2013
    Filed under: Active Directory, Clustering, Exchange, AD Replication, SQL, Windows Server, Failover, Windows Server 2008
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Networking and Configuration - Part 2

    I have recently written 2nd part of Hyper-V Networking article. Hyper-V Networking can be configured to meet a wide range of requirements, but it isn't always obvious which choices are appropriate when configuring the virtual network, and in particular the best ways to implement Virtual Network Switches. Continue reading here ...
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Sat, Jan 12 2013
    Filed under: Active Directory, Windows Server 2008
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Networking and Configuration Part 1

    Most of the article talks about Hyper-V Networking. It doesn’t really elaborate on basics of Networking. Instead the article focuses more on the Hyper-V Networking and VLAN Tagging with examples. The first article in this series explains the following topics: Virtual Networking Overview Hyper-V Virtual Network Switch Overview Microsoft Hyper-V Virtual Network Switch Types Microsoft Hyper-V Virtual Network Maximum configuration What happens when you create a Virtual Network Switch? Continue
    Posted to Hyper-V and SCVMM Blog (Weblog) by Nirmal on Thu, Oct 18 2012
    Filed under: Active Directory, Clustering, AD Replication, Group Policy, Windows Server 2008
  • Tips - 4

    A Quick Tip To Disable "Initial Configuration Tasks List" This article explains how you can disable the Initial Configuration Task List at logon. What All Ports Are Required By Domain Controllers And Client Computers? This article explains the key port requirement for Client computers and Domain Controllers communicating with each other. A Quick Tip To Check If PDC Emulator Is Working This article explains how you can tell if PDC Emulator in an Active Directory Domain is working. What To
    Posted to Active Directory, Exchange, Microsoft Clustering, Scripting, MOM, SQL. (Weblog) by Nirmal on Tue, Nov 3 2009
    Filed under: Active Directory, AD Replication, Windows Server, Windows Server 2008, Tips
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