Today I would like to show you how you can use in Best Practices Analyzer in Windows Server 2016,
I always emphasize that Active Directory is one of most important staple that we have on our organization, therefore I make many articles about Active Directory and try to help you to realize the importance of this ROLE, a month ago, I presented to you how to generate DFS report which shows you what’s going on in your DFS status:
Today I want to show you another way to monitor you AD which is more dedicated to Active Directory. To each one of you have the ability to run the and check what is configure incorrectly or missing in your AD environment using Best Practices Analyzer, BPA is management tool that available from Windows server 2008R2 and upper.
BPA can be used on remote server as well.
How to run BPA:
To open BPA in Server Manager
- Open Server Manager. To open Server Manager, click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Server Manager.
- In the tree pane, open Roles, and then select the role for which you want to open BPA.
- In the details pane, open the Summary section, and then open the Best Practices Analyzer area.
Or under Server Manager follow the following steps:
The result of the scan:
You get wonderful information that you should fix instantly.
Hope, you will try it.