Windows Server 2012

Windows Server 2012 Sysprep

you can either run sysprep from command line by navigating to its location and running it with the correct switches

Or simply browse to it with Windows Explorer and double click it

c:\windows\system32\sysprep>sysprep /oobe /generalize /shutdown

Windows Explorer and double click it

🙂

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A few colleges asked me the following question: “Is a Multiple Active Directory Domains In a Single Forest Is Required Today?”.

Due the fact that is no official answer exits, I would try to provide a few guidelines that would help you to obtain the correct answer to your enterprise.

The main (please note: main) benefits to use Multiple Active Directory Domains In a Single Forest Is Required Today from my perspective are:

A.The domain Scalability / Limitation doesn’t answer for you enterprise needs:

Maximum Number of Objects

Maximum Number of Security Identifiers

Maximum Number of entries in Discretionary and Security Access Control Lists

Group Memberships for Security Principals

FQDN Length Limitations

File Name and Path Length Limitations

Additional Name Length Limitations

Maximum Number of GPOs Applied

Trust Limitations

Maximum Number of Accounts per LDAP Transaction

Recommended Maximum Number of Users in a Group

Recommended Maximum Number of Domains in a Forest

Recommended Maximum Number of Domain Controllers in a Domain

Recommended Maximum Kerberos Settings

RedMor     Taken from the site&Blog of Thanks Yuval Sinay

 

Server 2012 Sysprep

you can either run sysprep from command line by navigating to its location and running it with the correct switches

Or simply browse to it with Windows Explorer and double click it

c:\windows\system32\sysprep>sysprep /oobe /generalize /shutdown

Windows Explorer and double click it

🙂