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Install and configure Windows Server 2008 R2 Core
When you are installing Windows Server 2008 (or R2), besides the licensed version options you have the option of install full or core.
Installing Roles on Server 2008 R2 Core
So you've built your first Server 2008 (or R2) core server.
Editing the DNS Root Hints Files
DNS Root Hints are essential for the location of records that takes place during DNS recursion.
Change Management Using AGPM
Keeping track of Group Policy changes can be a daunting task if done manually.
Preventing Orphaned GPOs
When you remove a computer from a domain there are a few steps you should take to ensure that its GPO settings are removed properly as well.
Forcing Group Policy to Run at Startup
Group policy can be quirky in the way it runs at startup, often taking two or three reboots before it actually applies to a machine.
How to tell who is currently logged on to a domain
A frequently asked question concerning Active Directory-based networks is, How can I tell who is currently logged on to my network? Unfortunately Active Directory itself has no built-in functionality to determine this, but there is a free tool from Microsoft that can help in this regard.