Active Directory Fundamentals

DNS and Active Directory

What is AD DNS? Domain Name System (DNS) is a name resolution method that is used to resolve hostnames to IP addresses. It is used on TCP/IP networks and across the internet. DNS is a namespace. Active Directory is built on DNS. DNS namespace is used internet-wide while…
Active Directory Policies

Group Policy Objects

Group Policy settings are stored in the form of Group Policy Objects (GPOs). GPOs can be created like any other active directory object and are linked to a Site, domain or OU in which the policy settings have to be applied. The GPO stores its configuration information in two…
Active Directory Fundamentals

What are Domain Controllers?

What is a domain and a domain controller? The computer machines that function as servers in the domain can either be a member server or a DC. A member server belongs to a particular domain, but it does not authenticate the users of that domain. There is no data about the…
Active Directory Fundamentals

DNS and Active Directory

Domain Name System (DNS) is a name resolution method that is used to resolve host names to IP addresses. It is used on TCP/IP networks and across the internet. DNS is a namespace. Active Directory is built on DNS. DNS namespace is used internet wide while the Active…