What does Dcgpofix EXE do?

The Dcgpofix tool is a disaster-recovery tool that will restore your environment to a functional state only. It is best not to use it as a replacement for a backup strategy using GPMC.

How do I recreate the default domain policy?

To restore the default domain policies, just simply run the command “DCGPOFIX” and press Y in all the prompts it asks after carefully reading and understanding what is about to happen. Any existing GPO named Default Domain Policy and Default Domain Controller Policy will be removed and replaced with the default policy.

How do I restore the default Group Policy server 2019?

The command to restore the GPO’s to default is as simple as running the “DCGPOFIX.exe” from a command line and press “Y” twice when prompted. Now you are done. You will notice any changes to the GPO have now been removed or reverted back to the default settings.

What is DCDiag fix?

The DCDiag has a “Fix” feature, which affects this test. You can make the test automatically fix SPNs on the MachineAccount object. ObjectsReplicated Checks whether the Machine Account and DSA objects have successfully replicated. RegisterInDNS Checks if the directory server can register the DS Locator DNS records.

Why might a migration table be necessary?

A migration table can contain information about references to security principals, to Universal Naming Convention (UNC) paths, or to both. By using a migration table, an administrator can modify references to security principals and to UNC paths during import and copy operations.

What is Microsoft implementation of Radius server?

Network Policy Server (NPS) is Microsoft’s implementation of a Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) server. NPS provides centralized authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) capabilities to your network.

What is difference between default domain policy and default domain controller?

Hi, In short, the settings you configured in the default domain policy would apply to all the computers in the domain. And the default domain controller policy settings would just apply on the domian controller servers within the domain.

How do I manually set a default domain in group policy?

You can use the following steps to create GPOs manually:

  1. Open ADUC.
  2. Right click on Domain_name.com > Property.
  3. Switch to Group Policy tab.
  4. Create a policy named “Default Domain Policy” or you can rename it if you want.
  5. Click this GPO > Property > note down the GUID of this GPO created.

How do I update local Group Policy?

How force group policy update

  1. Press Windows key + X or right-click on the start menu.
  2. Select Windows PowerShell or Command Prompt.
  3. Type gpupdate /force and press enter. Wait for the Computer and User policy to update.
  4. Reboot your computer. A reboot is necessary to be sure that all settings are applied.