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  1. I was wondering if anyone has found a good guide ADMT 3.2 guide versus the 263 page document that Microsoft puts out?
  2. That worked like a charm. Thank you very much.
  3. Sorry about that one of the servers is actually Server001 and the other is Server01. I will try the conditional forwarders and let you know. Thank you.
  4. I have created 2 different AD Forest/Domains each has its own DNS server. I have these on 2 different Virtualbox VMs and would like to setup a trust between the 2 to test ADMT 3.2. First Forest/Domain is contoso.com Host Name: Server01 Primary Dns Suffix: contoso.com IP:10.0.0.11 Subnet:255.255.255.0 Gateway:10.0.0.1 DNS Server: 127.0.0.1 Second Forest/Domain is bimfirm.com Host Name: Server01 Primary Dns Suffix: bimfirm.com IP:10.0.0.50 Subnet:255.255.255.0 Gateway:10.0.0.1 DNS Server: 127.0.0.1 I have turned off both firewalls on each of the VM's. Both are set to internal network in Virtualbox and I can ping back and forth between the VM's also. I am trying to figure out what I am missing to get this to work. Any help would be helpful.
  5. We currently have a Powershell script that runs and grabs the security logs from our Domain controllers. We would like to either filter out results from the created .csv file or adjust the script to give us all the data for a certain event ID. The below is a copy of the current Powershell script we use to grab the logs. cls $computer = gc env:computername $mypath = "c:\" $dt=(get-date).AddDays(-1).tostring("MM-dd-yyyy") $obj = New-Object System.Globalization.CultureInfo -ArgumentList "en-US" $before = [DateTime]::Parse((get-date).tostring("MM-dd-yyyy"), $obj) $after = [DateTime]::Parse((get-date).AddDays(-1).tostring("MM-dd-yyyy"), $obj) get-eventlog -logname security -after $after -Before $before|Export-Csv $mypath""$computer"_security_log_$dt.csv" Any ideas?
  6. I have a user that runs a Windows Server 2008 R2 box that would like to have users be able to log into the machine with their AD account. Once they are logged in he would like them to be able to open Internet Explorer and view one certain Domain without Internet Explorer giving warnings and complaining at the users. This policy would be applied to Domain users on that box. I am wondering if that situation is possible and if so how or where to look for more info?
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