What's New in Active Directory
While Active Directory (AD) has been around since Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft has continued to make adjustments and introduce features in newer Windows Server releases, especially in Windows Server 2012. What’s New in Active Directory 2016 covers different AD features and the requirements to enable them.
Scalability boundaries: RID & DNT improvements, resource SID compression
Learn about two big changes made by Microsoft in Windows Server 2012, which now allow AD environments to grow more easily, and beyond the limitations encountered by AD administrators.
- Deployment and migration features: Deferred index creation, virtualization safeguards
- Domain Controller (DC) cloning and new promotion and upgrade processes