The Active Directory Schema is a place where you can modify the behavior of Active Directory. This is basically the structure of the database. The schema describes the attributes of the data in the Active Directory database.
Month: November 2011
Sometimes you have one person that seems to cause you continued stress on your website. This person seems to annoy the daily functions of the site and you just want them to go away. I am going to tell you one of the ways you can start of solving the problem of getting rid of an annoying bad guy.
You can actually check you server logs and match up the hackers IP address then go into your .htaccess file and input some simple code and you will have block the bad guys IP address from your site.
The worst passwords on the Internet are often the easiest passwords to remember. I know for a fact that we all have used at least on of these passwords in the worst passwords list or a variation of it. It all boils down to what kind of account it is and what we are protecting. Based on the degree of importance we set our password security.
Keep in mind if you live in a building you might want to up your wireless network password because your neighbors are in good range to used your Internet connection and decrease your available bandwidth while they stream the latest episode of the real housewives of Atlanta. Here is the list of the 25 worst passwords on the Internet.
Functional levels in Active Directory allow different versions of Windows server products to run. Most organizations are going to have different versions of Windows servers running at any given time due to the wants and needs of the business. Active Directory has two organizational levels, domain functional level and forest functional level.
You want to get your domain names as short as possible and make it relate to an area of the business and not a project or a department as these can change. The easiest way to install Active Directory is through the DC Promo utility and the Active Directory wizard. The whole process in pretty straight forward and you can uninstall and back up Active Directory using the same utilities.