Milan Mihajlov

IT Engineer by vocation and currently works as System Administrator in an international school. By contributing to this blog, his aim is to provide valuable information to all interested visitors how to better utilize technology. Follow him on Google+

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  1. Manfred Zysk
    November 12, 2014 @ 6:37 pm

    This is a great primer on adding new W2K12 domain controllers. When I upgraded our domain/forest to W2K12 R2, I found some DNS entries that were not cleaned up properly, so I had to manually remove some old W2K8 R2 server entries that should have been removed from the old W2K8 R2 domain controllers; I’m not sure what happened but the due diligence paid off.
    Also, you can use the W2K12 Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) to fix any issues after the domain/forest and DNS/DHCP has been upgraded, and I highly recommend using it to see where your Roles and Features are at, according to Microsoft.

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