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This example shows all green checks indicating the DC is compliant with the ADBP listing. It checks to ensure all primary DCs are configured to a valid time source; all domains have two functioning DCs; all organizational units (OUs) are protected from accidental deletion; when last backups were executed; DNS is configured correctly; and file replication service (FRS) replication and Group Policy replication are working.ADBPA is a good place to start as an overview, but details are obviously lacking.Along with the TXT version, the CSV displays the description of events for apps -- so when reading it on your laptop, you can see the event description without loading the app (such as Exchange or SQL).Here's a tip: When diagnosing multiple servers or DCs, make a single Excel file and include the worksheet from MPS Reports for each machine in that file. If you open separate Excel files from the same instance of Excel, you can copy worksheets between the files.ADBPA appears under the Active Directory Domain Services role in Server Manager, as shown in Figure 1.Note that you can click on each entry and get a description below the listing.Active Directory health assessment is a challenge, especially for small and midsize companies that can't afford a full-time Active Directory admin or costly third-party tools.
That’s why it’s crucial that organizations have a disaster recovery plan in place to mitigate the risk of unexpected AD disruptions.I recall a number of years ago when I was contacted by a staffer who said a domain controller wasn't replicating.Upon examination of the logs, I discovered that this DC hadn't replicated for three years.In the early days of Windows 2000, Microsoft released the Microsoft Product Support (MPS) Reports diagnostic script first to Microsoft partners, then later to the general public.I've utilized MPS Reports for many years, and it's a cornerstone in any Active Directory health assessment or troubleshooting effort. Simply select the x86 or x64 version for the system you're running it on and save the to a computer.