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Good Pratice to check Windows 2003 AD Healthy

Posted on 2014-07-22
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Dear All,
To you have a suggestion about the application we can put on place in order to check (weekly for example) the healthy of the AD? Keeping evidences.

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To start with health checkup of DC's/Domain use DCDIAG/REPADMIN/DNSLINT tools.  You can spit the results out to file for evidence.  You can use scheduler to run this as a batch script if you wish to automate.

example .. dcdiag >c:dcdiagdate.txt
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