Archive for the ‘Windows’ Category

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Nearly every environment I work in has the annoying warnings on their domain controllers stating that the Netlogon.log is filling up and almost always with the NO_CLIENT_SITE warnings. It’s a simple fix, just add in all the relevant subnets into AD Sites and Services. One of those things that just should be done when new networks are brought online, but nearly always get’s left out. Well, below is a bit of PowerShell to parse the domain controller’s Netlogon.log and spit back a list of unique /24 subnets that are generating the warnings. Next step would be to identify which AD site they should belong to and add them in.
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Cleanup After a Windows Service Pack

Posted: September 18, 2012 in Windows

Just for my own referrence really. This will reduce the size of the C:\Windows\winsxs folder after a service pack install (on Server 2008 that I know of). (more…)