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Making Sense of Replication Schedules in PowerShell

Making Sense of Replication Schedules in PowerShell

Hi all! Jan-Hendrik Peters, PFE, here to talk to you today about using PowerShell to view replication schedules. Automation with PowerShell is a part of our daily life. However, there are certain things that are for some reason not achievable ... continue reading
Troubleshooting Active Directory Based Activation (ADBA) clients that do not activate

Troubleshooting Active Directory Based Activation (ADBA) clients that do not activate

Hello everyone! My name is Mike Kammer, and I have been a Platforms PFE with Microsoft for just over two years now. I recently helped a customer with deploying Windows Server 2016 in their environment. We took this opportunity to ... continue reading
10 Tips and Tricks from the Field

10 Tips and Tricks from the Field

Hello All. The AskPFEPlat team is here today with you in force. Recently we put together 10 Tips and Tricks from the Field – a collection of tips and tricks in our tool belt that we use on occasion. We ... continue reading
The Adventure Begins: Plan and Establish Hybrid Identity with Azure AD Connect (Microsoft Enterprise Mobility and Security)

The Adventure Begins: Plan and Establish Hybrid Identity with Azure AD Connect (Microsoft Enterprise Mobility and Security)

Greetings and salutations fellow Internet travelers! Michael Hildebrand here…as some of you might recall, I used to pen quite a few posts here, but a while back, I changed roles within Microsoft and ‘Hilde – PFE’ was no longer. Since ... continue reading
The Case of Multiple DCs Logging Event 1168 Internal Error: An Active Directory Domain Services Error Has Occurred

The Case of Multiple DCs Logging Event 1168 Internal Error: An Active Directory Domain Services Error Has Occurred

Hello Everyone, my name is Zoheb Shaikh and I’m a Premier Field Engineer out of Malaysia. Today for my first post on AskPFEPlat, I wanted to share something interesting with you that I came across recently caused by a KRBTGT_RODC ... continue reading

Retire Those Old Legacy Protocols

Hello Paul Bergson back again, and I wanted to bring up another security topic. There has been a lot of work by enterprises to protect their infrastructure with patching and server hardening, but one area that is often overlooked when ... continue reading
ADFS: Monitoring a Relying Party for Certificate Changes

ADFS: Monitoring a Relying Party for Certificate Changes

Howdy folks! Michele Ferrari here from the Premier Field Engineer-Identity Team in San Francisco, here today to talk about ADFS Monitoring settings for Claims Provider Trust and Relying Party Trust. This is the question we’re going to answer today as ... continue reading
AskPFEPlat Happy New Year Invitation!

AskPFEPlat Happy New Year Invitation!

HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone, and welcome to 2018! This is Brandon Wilson (Platforms and Active Directory PFE), and with the introduction of the New Year, I wanted to take some time to thank all our outstanding readers we’ve had over ... continue reading
Use Group Policy Preferences to Manage the Local Administrator Group

Use Group Policy Preferences to Manage the Local Administrator Group

Hello Everyone! Graeme Bray back with you today to talk about how you can reduce the audit and risk surface within your environment. If you can’t tell, Microsoft has taken a strong stance towards security. In a previous life, I ... continue reading
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