What does KCC mean Active Directory?
Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC) is a Microsoft Active Directory component that automatically generates and maintains the intra-site and inter-site replication topology.
What is Active Directory architecture?
The Architecture of Active Directory AD is divided into two layers: physical and logical. The physical layer describes and controls how AD works within the Windows® operating system architecture (for example which low-level operating system services and components it can access).
What is multi master replication in Active Directory?
The replication model used in Active Directory Domain Services is called multi-master loose consistency with convergence. In this model, the directory can have many replicas; a replication system propagates changes made at any given replica to all other replicas.
How do I run KCC?
To force the KCC to run, perform the following steps: 1. In Active Directory Sites and Services, in the console tree, expand Sites, expand the site that contains the server on which you want to run the KCC, expand Servers, and then select the server object for the domain controller that you want to run the KCC on.
How do I check my KCC service?
- Open the Event Viewer of the target domain controller.
- Click on the Directory Service log.
- In the right pane, click on the Source heading to sort by that column.
- Scroll down to view any events with Source: NTDS KCC.
What is the main purpose of Active Directory?
Active Directory stores information about objects on the network and makes this information easy for administrators and users to find and use. Active Directory uses a structured data store as the basis for a logical, hierarchical organization of directory information.
What is meant by multi-master?
A multi-master bus is a computer bus in which there are multiple bus master nodes present on the bus. This is used when multiple nodes on the bus must initiate transfer.