Active Directory: configuring dynamic access control – DAC

In this tutorial, I suggest you discover the dynamic access control available on Windows Server in an Active Directory environment. Before getting to the heart of the matter, I will introduce you to dynamic access control also called DAC (Dynamic Access Control). DAC adds additional control over NTFS access rights which allows rights to be …

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Create a folder in PowerShell

To create a folder in PowerShell, you have to use the New-Item cmdlet indicating the location and name of the folder and put the itemType parameter with the value Directory to indicate that you want a folder. Example to create the SharedFolder folder at the root of drive C:

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Classification Management – File Server Resource Manager – FSRM

Overview of classification management In this tutorial, I will introduce you to Classification Management on a Windows File Server and how to set it up. Classification is an element of File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) that also allows you to set up file filters and quotas. The classification is also used for the implementation of …

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Outlook : autodiscover disable SCP Active Directory

In this troubleshooting tutorial, we’ll see how to prevent Outlook autodiscover from using the Active Directory SCP point for mailbox configuration. What this type of “trick” is used for: If the computer environment in which you already have an Exchange installation and the mail servers have not been properly uninstalled. If you find yourself in …

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