Active Directory Domain Services 2012R2 crash (Restart Server) after Administrator renames object in Active Directory Users and Computers

Active Directory Domain Controller 2012R2 crash (Restart Server): at any changes on  AD Users and Objects

On updating any account, contact or object from Active Directory Users and Computers it was just crashing and restarting my Domain Controller and giving following errors:



After RND I found it’s a bug and Microsoft has released a Hot Fix, and its worked for me Here


How to use the EventCombMT utility to search event logs for account lockouts

To download the EventCombMT utility, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
To search the event logs for account lockouts, follow these steps:
  1. Start EventCombMT. With Domain admin account
  2. On the Options menu, click Set Output Directory, select an existing folder, or click New Folder to create a new folder to save the output to, and then click OK.

    Note If you do not specify an output directory, the default location is C:\Temp.
  3. On the Searches menu, point to Built In Searches, and then click Account Lockouts.

    All domain controllers for the domain appear in the Select To Search/Right Click To Add box. Also, in the Event IDs box, you see that event IDs 529, 644, 675, 676, and 681 are added.
  4. In the Event IDs box, type a space, and then type 4740 4625 after the last event number.
  5. In the Options menu, select Set Date Range.
  6. In the From box, choose your start date and time.
  7. In the To box, choose your end date and time, and then click OK.
  8. Click Search.
  9. To search other computers (non-domain controllers) for account lockout events, right-click the Select To Search/Right Click To Add box, and then click Remove Selected Servers From List. To add computers to search, right-click the Select To Search/Right Click To Add box, and then click one of the options. For example, to add computers one at a time, click Add Single Server. Click the server or servers that you want to search, and then clickSearch.


How to install .Cab file

How to install SCCM downloaded Windows Server Patch (Updates) .Cab file Manually with Batch file or How to install .Cab file

For installation kindly perform below steps.

                           Copy each .Cab file in separate folder

               Now open “Notepad” create batch file with below command line
a.       dism /online /add-package /packagepath:(.cab file full location)
b.      Save this file into .bat extension

c.       Open CME with Administrative rights and drag and drop this file

It's installed successfully

Note: If you want you can install multiple .Cab file in one go by adding all patches information as below 


Organization’s Management with System Center 2012R2 – Service Manager

Any Organization require to manage organization as per the polices and international process

Organization Management with SC2012R2 SERVICE MANAGER

System Center 2012R2 – Service Manager provides an integrated platform for automating and adapting your organization’s IT service management best practices, such as those found in Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL). It provides built-in processes for incident and problem resolution, change control, and asset lifecycle management.

Incident Management
For an Organization is really important to provide surly resolution of any Incident (Issue)

Whatever is incident is related to!

1.       Information Technology related incident

a.       Application Based

b.      Hardware Based

c.       Incident Escalations\resolution

d.      Manage Incident as per the Departmental level

2.       Organization Related incident

a.       HR-Processes

b.      New Employ Enrolment

3.       Organization Maintenance & other Incident

a.       Generator Issue

c.       Etc Issues


Problem Management

For problem Management Organization can trace problem with incident management and restrict it to occur again and keep resolution for future use

1.        Manage problems as hierarchy

2.       Uses Incident Management for Resolution of problem

3.       Linked Incident with problem

4.       Manage Problems as per Departmental Level


Service Management

Service Management is important part of an organization to deliver service as per the company policy

1.       Provide Service as per classification

2.       Separate Business application

3.       Manage Hardware/Application Services as Vendors

4.       Approvals as Hierarchy (As Per Level)  

5.       Activity Management

Change Management

Change Management is sensitive operation of an organization in which we required many approvals and activities with System Center 2012 Service Manager we can manage changes as per organization requirement and polices

1.       Classification of Change Management

2.       Manage Auto approvals

3.       Auto Activity Management

4.       Manuel Activity Management


New Things about System Center 2012R2

New things you should know about in System Center 2012 R2

 Server support

System Center 2012 R2 server-side components prefer the latest server operating system (OS), Windows Server 2012 R2. The major System Center component that requires Windows Server 2012 R2 is SCVMM. Windows Server 2012 is a second choice, and as a third choice, Windows Server 2008 R2 will host most components as well. Orchestrator and DPM servers can still run even on Windows Server 2008. (Users of the SharePoint-based Service Manager Self-Service Portal (SSP) must use Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2.)

 Highly available backup and recovery service

The Data Protection Manager (DPM) component of System Center 2012 R2 now supports the use of clustered SQL Server nodes for its database. This removes the standalone limitation that previously existed, and provides for higher reliability by mitigating the single point of failure when a standalone SQL server is used. DPM can now also be installed on a virtual machine, and backup to storage using .VHD (virtual hard drive) storage pool disks that are shared through the VMM library.

 Backup Linux Virtual Machines

DPM now provides support for the protection and backup of Linux virtual machines when they are guests in a Hyper-V environment. These backups take the form of file-consistent snapshots. (Linux application-consistent snapshots are not yet available.)

 Support for monitoring IPv6

In System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager (SCOM) the Operations console can take IPv6 addresses as input for Network Discovery and display IPv6 addresses in the network- related views. IPv6 information was previously collected and displayed in the SCOM console, but the only way to index network information was using IPv4. This makes SCOM a leader in network management for enterprises using IPv6 in production roles.

 System Center Advisor integrated with Operations Manager

Microsoft online service that analyzes uploaded configuration and performance data from selected Microsoft server software. Advisor returns information in the form of alerts. Previously these alerts were only available for push notification in a weekly email dump from Microsoft. New is the ability to view Advisor alerts in the Operations Manager Operations console. This makes it a lot easier to assess the importance and relevance of Advisor alerts in the overall context of the operations environment.

 Service Management Automation for cloud-based workflow orchestration

You can install the Service Management Automation (SMA) web service from System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator setup program. SMA can be used as part of the Windows Azure Pack (WAP), or to enable you to execute runbooks and perform other automation tasks using PowerShell.

 Create an extended network spanning on-premises site(s) and a service provider cloud

Leverage service provider-hosted private clouds as extensions of your network just as Azure Virtual Network functions with the Azure public cloud. New site-to-site NVGRE gateway network virtualization management in Virtual Machine Manger (VMM) allows you to create your own virtualized network on top of the service provider network infrastructure. You can utilize your own private IP numbering plan within the virtualized network, connect it to your on-premises network, and route into the private cloud as if it were co-located on your wide area network (WAN).

 Manage the latest high-value Hyper-V features

You can now create generation 2 virtual machines and VM templates that are based on these VMs. Generation 2 VMs provide new functionality such as a faster boot, and boot from virtual SCSI controllers. Gain support for live cloning, where virtual machines are exported without downtime, and for online VHDX resize, which allows for online resizing of virtual hard disks while the disks are in use. Another nice feature: enhanced support for Hyper-V Dynamic Memory modification, which can now be changed and applied to a running virtual machine.

 Out-of-band VM management, even from IOS and Android

Remote Console provides the ability to access the console of a VM in scenarios when other remote tools (such as Remote Desktop Protocol, or RDP) are unavailable. Note that remote console clients need a computer that supports Remote Desktop Protocol 8.1, which means Windows 8.1 and now even IOS and Android. Remote Console works like the keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) connection that is used by physical computers