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How to find out which AD LDS instances are runing on a local server

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The first command I usually run when familiarising myself with an AD LDS installation is
dsdbutil.exe “list instances” quit

C:\Windows\system32>dsdbutil “list instances” quit

dsdbutil: list instances

Instance Name:         instance1
Long Name:             instance1
LDAP Port:             389
SSL Port:              636
Install folder:        C:\Windows\
Database file:         C:\Program Files\Microsoft ADAM\instance1\data\adamntds.dit
Log folder:            C:\Program Files\Microsoft ADAM\instance1\data
Service state:         Running

Instance Name:         instance2
Long Name:             instance2
LDAP Port:             50000
SSL Port:              50001
Install folder:        C:\Windows\
Database file:         C:\Program Files\Microsoft ADAM\instance2\data\adamntds.dit
Log folder:            C:\Program Files\Microsoft ADAM\instance2\data
Service state:         Running

dsdbutil: quit

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Written by adamsync

June 21, 2012 at 22:51

Posted in AD LDS, ADAM, adam-lds, Microsoft

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