Tony Murray

Tony
Murray

Tony Murray works for Fish Eagle Limited, a messaging and directory service consultancy in New Zealand, and runs the ActiveDir.org Web site. He is an MVP (Directory Services) and an MCSE.

Articles
Organize Your Active Directory Objects
You can control Active Directory objects better when they're tied to a guardian you set up.
The AD Administrator's Guide to Exchange 2007 5
The latest version of Exchange includes several features that are relevant to IT pros who work with AD. Take a look at how these features will affect AD administration.
Demystifying the AdminSDHolder Object
The AdminSDHolder object, an obscure AD feature, is meant to protect privileged group and user objects but might cause some permission settings to disappear. Learn how AdminSDHolder works and how to avoid its pitfalls.
Conquer Active Directory’s Built-In Limits 4
AD’s inherent limits exist to optimize its performance, but sometimes you need to exceed those limits. Here are some workarounds.
AD Printer Publishing
Find out how to publish printer information in AD and how to prune information for printers that are no longer available for use.
Optimizing Global Catalog Server Placement 4
Planning and deploying GC servers can be confusing. Learning some basic guidelines can clear up the confusion.
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