I need your help.
I have an AD with 2 DCs W2K8R2 and with the functional root in W2K8. I have a small problem, if you can call it a problem ... It's the typical war between development and systems ...
I have a SharePoint 2010 infrastructure with some websites and the Development department complains that the infrastructure has problems due to the time of the users loging and they say that the DCs are slow to respond when it answers a login request, so there is latency.
So my question is, how can you see the login time in the events or in some log?
I have seen this kb:
But the hotfix for 2008R2 is removed since I can not find it shows me only the one from 2012.
How can I trace the login of the users in the dcs and see if there are login errors or the authentication times are high? How can I analyze the login response times of the dcs?
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W2K8 is EOL’d, upgrade.
Take a look at the AD Perfmon counters.
A lot of the monitoring components have gotten better with newer OS’s, start planning on upgrading to 2016.
Depending on scale, you may want a separate pool of DC’s for sharepoint.
Windows 2008 is not EOL until 1/14/2020 as long as it has a service pack applied.
I do agree that it should be upgraded, but 2008 is not EOL.