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Author: Nirmal Sharma

Nirmal Sharma is a MCSEx3, MCITP and was awarded the Microsoft MVP award in Directory Services and Windows Networking. He specializes in Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Directory Services, Failover Clusters, Hyper-V, PowerShell Scripting and System Center products. Nirmal has been involved with Microsoft Technologies since 1994. In his spare time, he likes to help others and share some of his knowledge by writing tips and articles on various sites and contributing to PowerShell-based Dynamic Packs for www.ITDynamicPacks.Net solutions.

How to create and verify an Active Directory forest external trust

If you need to allow users from a different Active Directory forest to access resources…

Troubleshooting Active Directory replication issues

Here’s how you can check your Active Directory replication status and troubleshoot any replication issues…

Implementing a Hyper-V guest cluster

A new feature introduced in Windows Server 2012 R2 helps organizations avoid expensive SAN devices…

The power of Get-ADObject PowerShell cmdlet

Get-ADObject is a PowerShell cmdlet that can help you reduce the time it takes to…

Considerations when upgrading Active Directory schema to Windows Server 2016

If you want to use Active Directory schema attributes that shipped with Windows Server 2016…

Managing Windows failover clusters using PowerShell

Here’s how to import Windows failover cluster PowerShell modules, which can help you easily perform…

Group membership expiration: A look at Windows Server 2016’s useful new feature

Group membership expiration is one of the best new features included with Windows Server 2016.…

Managing Active Directory trusts in Windows Server 2016

Several Active Directory trusts are available in Windows Server 2016. Here’s how you can manage…

Setting up Active Directory using PowerShell

Setting up Active Directory domain controllers using the PowerShell commands that ship with Active Directory…

Verifying Active Directory synchronization status for users

Microsoft provides PowerShell commands you can use to check Active Directory synchronization status of users…