Windows Server

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Adding Pronouns to Active Directory

More companies are adopting pronouns with digital identities. It’s not just social media platforms; C-Suite and staff are looking to add pronouns to their Outlook and even their Windows login. While it may be easy…
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Windows Time Service: Check and change NTP Servers

It’s easy to forget how crucial time synchronization is across a network/domain until it stops working. After you setup your Domain controller and pick a time zone, it should all just work–and it typically does.…
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Manage Chrome through Windows Server GPO

I’ve been remiss with keeping up with my technical articles. I’ve devoted a lot of time to studying for the RHCSA, and last week, I passed on the first try. Feels amazing to achieve that…
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Windows Global Catalog Server and Powershell

I’ve been working on the RHCSA, an Exchange migration and updating an Active Directory forest for the last few months, so I haven’t been writing as much as I’d like to. There’s quite a bit…
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New System’s Administrator/Engineer Script

A few months ago I started looking for a new job. I wasn’t excited to start over again, but I wanted more challenges and technologies to work on. I remember starting my first few technology…
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Windows Server DNS: Failover and Forwarding

DNS is pretty crucial in a domain environment. If you pull up DNS on your domain controller(s), you can see a listing of, well, a lot of different stuff–PC names to start in DNS >…