In this how-to article, Russell Smith shows us how to use PowerShell to view, transfer and seize Active Directory FSMO roles.
In part 4 of our series, find out how to configure cross-forest DAC and use PowerShell to create claim transformation policies in Windows Server 2012.
New Ask an Admin! Check out the benefits and disadvantages of using a dedicated forest root domain in your Active Directory design.
Whether you’re looking to take advantage of Dynamic Access Control, begin virtualizing your Active Directory infrastructure, or start using one of the other amazing features that Windows Server 2012 Active Directory offers, it all begins with getting a Windows Server 2012 added as a domain controller. Read on to learn how.