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Active Directory site survey

Posted on 2006-07-12
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Hello All,

I have recently been tasked with surveying a new site.  The computing environment was setup and maintained by an Admin who kept no notes or records that I can find.  It has some Windows 2000 Serveres and some Windows 2003 servers and an Exchange  2003 Server.  I am tasked with surveying the site:  Determining Existing Server Rolls - which are Domain Controllers, which are Global Catalog servers, DHCP, DNS, etc.  Basically all of the pertinate information one would generally take note of when building a site.

My question is, does anyone know of any tools that would make this task easy/simple?
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this may help you a little - i have only just started playing with it myself

http://www.systemtools.com/hyena/ad_main.htm
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Thank you for the input Jay_Jay70, the tool wasn't exactly what I was hoping for, but it was useful.  I must apologize for my neglect of this tread
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No problems mate, did you find anything more suitable?
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