how to create users groups organizational units ous objects

February 11th, 2009 by

By definition, Organization Unit (OU) is Active Directory container object use to delegate administration tasks. Organization unit can contain users, groups, resources, and other OUs. To create an Organizational Unit, follow these steps: 1. On your domain controller, click Start and point to Administrative Tools. 2. Click on Active Directory Users and Computers. 3. In…

how to a domain controller dc to an existing domain

February 11th, 2009 by

This article is quick guide to add a domain controller to an existing windows 2003 domain environment. You may use this method to convert an existing member server to a domain controller in the domain. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Login the system as an Administrator 2. Click Start -> Run 3. Type…

how to join a computer to domain

February 11th, 2009 by

This instructing will show you how to add computer, severer or client computer an existing domain. 1. Login to the computer as an Administrator, 2. Right click My Computer and click on Properties. 3. In the System Properties window, click the Computer Name tab. 4. Click the Change button under the network ID. 5. In…

how to create a pointer record in windows server 2003 dns

February 11th, 2009 by

To create PTR pointer record, follow these steps. 1. Click Start -> Administrative Tools -> DNS. 2. Expand the server object by clicking the + sign to view the reverse lookup folder. 3. Click on the Reverse lookup zone to create PTR record for. 4. Right clic on the zone. 4. Choose “New Pointer PTR”.…

how to change the forward lookup zone type

February 11th, 2009 by

To modify the type of Lookup Zone currently in place. Follow these steps: 1. Click Start -> Administrative Tools -> DNS. 2. Expand the server object by clicking the + sign to view the forward lookup folder. 3. Right click the Forward Lookup zone and click Properties. 4. Click the Change button besides the zone…

how to create a windows server 2003 reverse lookup zone

February 11th, 2009 by

Reverse lookup zone resolves the IP address to its hosting name and enables you to utilize the NSLOOKUP utility. To create a Reverse lookup zone in a Windows 2003 DNS. Follow these steps: 1. Click Start -> Administrative Tools -> DNS. 2. Expand the server object by clicking the + sign to view the Reverse…

how to create a windows server 2003 forward lookup zone

February 11th, 2009 by

Forward lookup zone is where all the hosting resolution takes place. It resolves each DNS name to its IP address. To create a Forward lookup zone in a new windows 2003 DNS. Follow these steps: 1. Click Start -> Administrative Tools -> DNS. 2. Expand the server object by clicking the + sign to view…