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Finding Duplicate IP Addresses and Duplicate Names in a DNS Zone

One of the traditional issues associated with cleaning up an Active Directory Directory Services (AD DS) domain in DNS is to ensure that duplicate names in DNS are removed (this is typically an issue caused by not having DNS Scavenging enabled, or by...

Exchange 2003 FE Servers vs. Server 2008 Active Directory

I spent eight hours over the last two days figuring out an interesting - but weird - problem. Once I figured out the problem, correcting it was a simple matter. I'll just give you the problem description and then the solution. Hopefully it will save...

Antivirus Exclusions and Windows

In December of 2007, I made two posts: File Level Antivirus for Exchange and Information Store Antivirus for Exchange . Since that time, there is no question that with Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 (and the ongoing advancement of various Internet-based...

Where oh where, did my AD site go...[Alternate title: It's the DNS, stupid.]

I recently had a very confusing issue arise at one of my Exchange 2007 clients and I decided to share it with you. At this particular company, an Active Directory site is reserved for Exchange, and there are two domain controllers (both global catalog...

Getting the Contents of an Active Directory Integrated DNS Zone

Microsoft has long offered (where "long" means "since Windows Server 2003") the "dnscmd.exe" program to control the actions of a DNS server. And, if you installed the adminpack (RSAT-Tools-DNS on Vista/Server 2008 and above...