desktop security software  
security desktop order software software library technical support

security desktop

Home

Desktop Security

Internet Security

PC Time Limit

Protect Files

Security FAQ

Windows Tips

Internet FAQ

 

limit, kids, pc, time, security, desktop, child, online, limits, password, control, user, restrict, access, protect, privacy, internet, children

 

 

 

Version for print

How can I move the ntds.dit file?

The ntds.dit file contains the Active Directory (AD) data for your domain and is stored in the %systemroot%\ntds folder. This file can become very large. To improve performance you might want to move this file to a faster drive. To do so, perform the following steps:

  1. Restart the domain controller (DC).
  2. Press F8 at the Startup menu when the system displays the list of OSs.
  3. Select Directory Services Restore Mode.
  4. Select the appropriate installation, if more than one exists, and then log on as an administrator at the logon prompt.
  5. Start a command prompt (Start, Run, cmd.exe).
  6. Start the NTDS utility, ntdsutil.exe.
  7. At the ntdsutil prompt, type "files" as shown below:
    ntdsutil: files 

  8. At the file maintenance prompt, type the following:
    file maintenance: move DB to 
    
    
    
  9. To view the database, at the file maintenance prompt, type "info" as shown below:
    file maintenance: info
    
    
  10. To verify the integrity of the database at its new location, at the file maintenance prompt, type "integrity" as shown below:
    file maintenance: integrity
    
    
  11. Type "quit" (without the quotation marks) twice to return to a C prompt.
  12. Restart the computer in Normal mode.

Security FAQ

Windows Privacy Tools - http//www.privacywindows.com

 

l Security Officer l Internet Explorer Security l Protect Files l User Time Control l Security Desktop l Site Map

Copyrights 2006 Eugene Mihailov. All rights reserved