By default, the maximum number of machine accounts any user can join is 10 computers. To allow user to join more number of computers, follow the following steps: Run Adsiedit.msc as an administrator of the domain, connect to the Default naming Context Expand to the Domain NC node. This node contains an object that begins… Continue reading Users can only join 10 computers to Active Directory
when opening SCVMM 2012 R2 after applying Update Roll up you may face the following error: Could not update managed code add-in pipeline due to the following error: Access to the path ‘C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012 R2\Virtual Machine Manager\Bin\AddInPipeline\PipelineSegments.store’ is denied. Solution can be found on the following blog post: http://bradlab.net/?p=2711
This is because the SCCM boundaries, Ensure that the IP Subnet that the computer is located at is defined as SCCM Boundary.
In one case I face a child domain that didn’t replicate with any other domain in the environment for a period that is bigger than the tombstone lifetime period which is (60 days in Windows server 2003 Domain Controllers, 180 in Windows server 2003 SP1 and above) Note: the follosing solution is for this specific… Continue reading Reconnect Orphaned Child domain to parent Domain
The reason for the problem is the old entries found on Active Directory and DNS, which lead to duplicate records. To solve this problem you’ll need to Configure DNS scavenging. Remove inactive computer accounts from Active Directory (for example, computer accounts that didn’t login for longer than 45 days) Ensure that the deletion of Aged… Continue reading Duplicate computer accounts in SCCM
orphaned domain controllers can cause multiple issues when trying to add additional domain controllers, or add applications that rely on Active Directory. To delete Domain Controllers that No more exists in your Environment from Active Directory, follow the following procedure: Ensure that you have seized all FSMO roles from this DC before removing it. Remove… Continue reading Remove Orphaned Domain Controller
Reports work perfectly from the console installed on the server, but it don’t work from consoles installed on remote computers. You’ll need to export a certificate from the SCCM server and import it to computers to run the SCCM console. Perform the following steps on the site server to export the self-signed certificate: Click Start,… Continue reading Reports don’t appear in remote Console