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Is there an AD Best Practices Analyzer like there is for Exchange (ExBPA)?

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Is there an AD Best Practices Analyzer like there is for Exchange (ExBPA)?  I want to analyze the health of our AD, if possible, without manually running dcdiag/netdiag/netdom/replmon etc.
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There is no best practices analyzer for active directory. Hopefully they will have one soon because they have them for Exchange, SQL, ISA, and more.
I hope this helps. Good luck.
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That's a shame really.  Considering Exchange relies on AD to function you'd think they might have an AD BPA as well.  You've confirmed my suspicions though - thanks.  :)
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