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How you can find the which users are login from which logon server in the same Domain, From command line.

If you are the System Administrator for windows server and you want to known about the user info like currently logged-in user authenticated from which logon server. Then this article will be help you out to find the same from command line, And this command do not need admin privileges to command can be run by users self or run as standard users.

Step 1 - Just Go to the client machine in which user are logged in to.
Step 2 - Open Command prompt, by typing cmd in RUN
Step 3 - Here is two command where you can find the logon server info.
Type - “echo %logonserver%” - This will provide only the logon server only.
Type -  “whoami” This command will help you to find the logon Domain name and username

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The NTDS.DIT is the Active Directory database. This is used to store ALL active directory-specific information. Active Directory data is stored in the Ntds.dit ESE database file. Two copies of Ntds.dit are present in separate locations on a domain controller.

  • %SystemRoot%\NTDS\Ntds.dit - This file stores the database that is in use on the domain controller. It contains the values for the domain and a replica of the values for the forest (the Configuration container data).
  • %SystemRoot%\System32\Ntds.dit -   This file is the distribution copy of the default directory that is used when you promote a Windows 2000 – based computer to a domain controller. The availability of this file allows you to run the Active Directory Installation Wizard

Default Size of NTDS.DIT in
Server 2000 - 10 MB
Server 2003 to 2012 - 12 MB

[Note: - NTDS.DIT file size also grow, But how much it depends on how much Credential in DC, For more details see - ]
What is NTDS.DIT file in Active Directory in Windows Server. And what is the file default file size of ntds.dit in server 2012, 2008, 2003, and 2000. And can size of this file increase or not ?
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Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 R2 is support up to 64 logical processors in the physical machine.

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The following are new Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V features.
  • Live Migration - Allows customers to move virtual machines from one host to another in seconds with no loss of performance.
  • DirectAccess - Allows remote workers to securely connect to their work environment as if they were on the corporate network and it also lets IT administrators manage those PCs as if they were on premise, without the use of a VPN.
  • Jumbo Frame Support
  • Hot Add/Remove of storage (VHDs and Pass Through Disks)
  • Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) processor support for both Intel (EPT) and AMD (RVI)
  • Core Parking
  • Improved network performance via support for TCP Chimney and VMQ (specific hardware NICs required)
  • Improved VHD performance for dynamic and difference disks
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Jason is the administrator of a Windows 2008 network.  He manages five Windows 2008 servers, one of which functions as a file server for three departments. Lately, he is faced with two separate problems. First, a research library was just put into the building. It has two computers running Windows 7, and users can log into them while they are doing research. They are automatically connected to a home directory on the server where the users can create documents based on their research findings. However, the users are finding that, when they move from the computers in their offices to the research computers, they have to reset their desktops, and if they create a shortcut on their office computers, they have to create the same shortcut on the research machines. The users are asking for a solution to this problem.
The second issue is one that the users are not complaining about (yet), but that is becoming a problem for Jason. The users’ home folders are stored on the file server. He periodically checks storage use and finds that some users are consuming a disproportionate amount of hard drive space on the server. In addition, this space usage is increasing dramatically over time. When he investigates, he finds that many users are downloading quite a large quantity of game demos and pictures, and these items are creating most of the storage consumption.
Jason wants to be able to provide for the ongoing storage needs of the users while enforcing an upper limit on the amount of space any one user can consume. He also wants to be able to separate each department so that if the users in one department consume the maximum amount of space, that will not overrun the free space available to the users in another department. He currently has two hard drives with capacities of 100GB and 200GB, and he would like to allocate 100GB to each department.
•   You have been called in to analyze this situation and make recommendations.
•   Explain how you would implement a similar scenario using UNIX?
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