Restartable Active Directory in Windows Longhorn Server

Restartable Active Directory, it is one of the new cool features of Active Directory Services in Windows Longhorn Server. With Beta 3 due mid March (but only to a closed group) and the final release due for the final quarter of 2007 this is one feature that administrators have been waiting for. Restartable Active Directory […]

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Restartable Active Directory, it is one of the new cool features of Active Directory Services in Windows Longhorn Server. With Beta 3 due mid March (but only to a closed group) and the final release due for the final quarter of 2007 this is one feature that administrators have been waiting for.

Restartable Active Directory

  • Restart Active Directory without rebooting
  • Can be done through command line and MMC
  • Can’t boot the DC to stopped mode of Active Directory
  • No effect on non-related services while restarting Active Directory
  • Several ways to process login under stopped mode

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Microsoft, Windows Longhorn Server, Active Directory

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