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(2011-09-13) To KCC Or Not? – That’s The Question!

Posted by Jorge on 2011-09-13


In a W2K AD, it could be a best practice to disable the KCC manage inter-site connection objects. This depended on the size your AD deployment. The main reason for this was that the KCC calculation is performed every 15 minutes and it took the KCC more than 15 minutes to finish the calculation. In other words, it would never finish! The solution to this was to disable the KCC for inter-site connection objects and configure the stuff manually. The KCC calculation algorithm in W2K3 and higher was hugely improved and because of that it was not needed anymore to disable the KCC and configure it manually.

If you still have manually configured connection objects, it may be correct (from a best practice perspective to migrated manually configured connection objects to KCC managed connection objects.

Two PFE guys from Microsoft wrote an excellent blog post on how to achieve this. Read it HERE.

Cheers,
Jorge
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