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are there any free security tools that will do an audit on the security of your AD and domain controllers, i.e. configurations that don't align with best practices? I cant seem to find much, except Nessus (which isn't free) has some .audit files. there are some guides and checklists out there to do a more manual review, but wanted to rule out any automated scanners.
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Why not just use the built in Best Practices Analyzer?
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