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I've managed to find out the cause of the issue. Problem was caused by the fact I created two domain controllers as stand alone ones so I think they were able to communicate on network level, but the all the replication stuff was not properly implemented. To be precise - while installing the second DC during AD DS role installation, I should have chosen the ...


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Although you can remove both from the server, it is not recommended to remove the DNS server part, because this handles the translation from server name to IP address. Then of course, there is always the ability to have 2 DHCP servers running concurrently. Configure them the same, but make sure their scopes do not overlap. This way, you always have a fall ...


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batch login script: call vbs script vbs script: Wscript.Sleep(28800000) SET wshell = Wscript.CreateObject("Wscript.Shell") wshell.exec("shutdown.exe -L -F")


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Active Directory itself doesn't, the AD Database only synchronises users account data (usernames, password hashes, forename, surname etc)... I think what you are after is called a roaming profile. If you have a share on a server where you want to store all of this data, you can create a folder for each user to hold their data. You can then set a folder in ...


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Yes, but you'll need to be delegated the permission to do it by an administrator of the Active Directory domain. Here's a tutorial (there are several out there on the Internet) on how to perform the delegation: How do I delegate control of the thumbnail photo field? I'd spell out how to do it directly here in my answer, but you only asked if it was ...



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