Key Windows Server 2008 R2 features: Best Practices Analyzer engine


#8: Best Practices Analyzer engine

BPA engine
(Image credit:John Policelli's blog)

This feature has popped up here and there for a while -- most notably with Exchange Server 2007 -- and it's now all over R2. Built on what is called the Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) engine, Microsoft has included BPAs for a variety of different areas, including AD Domain Services, DNS, IIS and Remote Desktop Services, to name a few.

Accessible through Server Manager or PowerShell, admins are certainly not required to follow these best practices when configuring their environments, but it's helpful to have them handy.


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This was first published in January 2010

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