Tools for use in the network environment: It is more useful for the person who is engaged in maintenance. And need to pay attention: some tools need another tool as a basis to use, that is, when a tool is working, another tool as a basis must be executed first. These tools are:
Remote File Storage Diagnostics
Remote File Storage Analysis
Distributed File System Utilities
Due to the increasing popularity of the network, distributed file system applications are coming The more applications, the wider the application, and the value of tools based on the network to troubleshoot. For those friends who need to deal with the Internet frequently, this part must be seen.
Web-based tools are not just these. Windows 2000's resource tools are equipped with quite a bit of this kind of software -- the "network management tool" that will be introduced below. There are 16 tools in this series:
Executable file name corresponding to the tool name
ADSI Edit Operation Console
DNS Server Troubleshooting Tool (Dnscmd.exe)
Kerberos Setup (Ksetup.exe)
Kerberos Keytab Setup (Ktpass.exe)
Active Directory Administration Tool (Ldp.exe)
Active Directory Object Manager (Movetree.exe)
Windows 2000 Domain Manager (Netdom.exe)
Remote Command Line (Remote.exe)
Replication Diagnostics Tool (Repadmin. Exe)
Active Directory Replication Monitor (Replmon.exe)
Security Descriptor Check Utility (Sdcheck.exe)
Active Directory Search Tool (Search.vbs)
Winsock Remote Console (Wsremote.exe)
Because these tools are network-based or used in a network environment, people who really have the opportunity to practice Compared with the personal computer environment, it is very rare. But whether any technology can develop or not depends on its vitality. Nowadays, the popularity of the network has brought tremendous vitality to the popularization of network technology. Maintaining this technological advantage of simultaneous popularization is the strategy for winning in the future.
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DNS Server Troubleshooting Tool
The English full name of this tool is: DNS Server Troubleshooting Tool, which is used to troubleshoot the domain name service system, abbreviated as: DNScmd. This is a tool for system administrators to use in the Domain Name Service (DNS). The form of the tool is based on the command line. With this tool, system administrators can observe the properties, scope, and resource records of the domain name service system. In addition, this tool allows you to modify the above attributes in manual form, that is, you can create or delete resource records, or force event copying between the domain server's physical memory and the domain name service database and data files.
In Windows NT, a tool related to this is called: Dnsstat.exe (found in the Windows NT Resource Kit), and DNScmd.exe is an enhanced version of the former.
As mentioned above: This is a command line tool. For command line programs, you need to run the command console CMD first. Since the use of CMD has already been introduced in the previous article, there is no longer any explanation here. In the following sections, assume that you have opened the command console.
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