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Chapter 1
What Is a Directory Service?
Why Use a Directory Service?
Multimaster Domain Replication
The Active Directory Feature Set
In Short
Paper-Based Directories
Computer-Based Directories
Understanding DNS, WINS, and NDS Network Directories
Domain Name Service (DNS)
Novell Directory Services (NDS)
◆What is X.500?
What Is X.500?
The X.500 Specifications
Guidelines to Using the X.500 Recommendations
Developing Uses for a Directory
Designing a Directory
The Schema
Creating a Directory
Hierarchical Structures: X.500 and DOS
The X.500 Hierarchical Structure
◆Making information available to users
Making Information Available to Users (or Not!)
◆Directory Access Protocol (DAP)
Directory Access Protocol (DAP)
Modifying the Directory
Providing Access to the Directory
What’s the Cost?
DAP in Short
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
How LDAP Differs from DAP
LDAP and DAP: The Similarities
◆What is a domain?
What Is a Domain?
Authenticating in NT 4 and Earlier
Authentication Protocol
Primary and Backup Domain Controllers
◆Member servers
Member Servers
How PDCs and BDCs Work
The Synchronization Process
Trusts between Domains
Partitioning the Database
Establishing Trust
The Four Domain Models
Single Domain Model
Single-Master Domain Model
Multiple-Master Domain Model
How Networks Develop
The General Goals of AD
Enterprise Management
An Industry Standard
Vendor Acceptance
User Acceptance
Uniform Naming Convention
Namespace and Name Resolution
Active Directory Names
The Security Subsystem
The Directory Service Module
The Internal Architecture of the Active Directory Module
Regarding Windows Server 2003 vs. Windows2000
TCP/IP Basics
The Development of TCP/IP
Common TCP/IP Protocols and Tools
TCP/IP Addressing
IP Subnetting
WindowsInternet Name Service (WINS)
WINS Processes
Why WINS?
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Installing DHCP Service
How Does DHCP Work?
Domain Name System (DNS)
So What Exactly Is a DNS Domain?
Planning DNS Naming
Integrating DNS with Active Directory
Installing and Configuring DNS on an AD Domain Controller
Combining DNS and DHCP
AD Building Blocks
Active Directory Domains
Active Directory Trees
Active Directory Forests
AD Server Functions
Forestwide Functions
Domain-Specific Functions
General Guidelines for Operation Masters
AD Organizational Units
What Are OUs Used For?
Designing the OU Model
Installing ADS
Before You Begin
The AD Installation Wizard
Creating Organizational Units
Delegating Administration
Creating Users
Creating a New User Account
Adding Information about Users
Creating Groups
Types of Groups
Access Tokens
Scopes of Groups
The Mechanics of Creating Groups
Creating Printers
Printers in Windows2000/Windows Server 2003
Contact Objects
Share Objects
Security Components
◆System identifiers (SIDs)
System Identifiers (SIDs)
Access Control List (ACL)
Ownership
Trust Relationships
Permissions
Real-World Implementations
Using the Defaults
A Few Examples
Authentication Security
Kerberos Basics
Public-Key Security
Certificates
What Are Group Policies?
Microsoft Management Console
Computer Configuration\WindowsSettings
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates
User Configuration Node
User Configuration\WindowsSettings
User Configuration\Administrative Templates
Configuring Group Policy Settings
The Three-Way Toggle
Setting Amounts
Creating Lists
Determining Which Policy Will Be Applied
The Order in Which Policies Are Applied
Creating Policy Objects
Linking Policies to Containers
Taking Control
Security Templates
Group Policy Management Tools
Resultant Set of Policies
Group Policy Management Console
◆Schema basics
Schema Basics
What’s in a Schema?
The Active Directory Schema
Who Can Modify the Schema?
What Can Be Modified?
What Cannot Be Modified?
Modifying the Schema
What Happens When the Schema Is Modified?
Preparing for Schema Modifications
The Seven Types of Schema Modifications
Understanding Active Directory Sites
Determining Site Boundaries
Domain Controller Placement Strategies
The Default Placement
Implementing Active Directory Sites
Creating Sites
Creating Subnets
Associating Subnets with Sites
Creating Site Links
Site Link Bridges
Connection Objects
Understanding Replication
Replication vs. Synchronization
Types of Replication
Behind the Scenes of Replication
Update Sequence Numbers
Propagation Dampening
Active Directory and Bandwidth
Active Directory Naming Contexts
Global Catalog Servers
Creating a Global Catalog Server
Active Directory Sites
Sites and Replication
Intra-Site Replication
Inter-Site Replication
Creating Site Connection Objects
One or Multiple Sites?
Forcing Replication
The File Replication Service (FRS)
SYSVOL Replication
Distributed File System Replication (DFS)
Operations Masters
Forest Operations Masters
Domain Operations Masters
Placing Operations Masters
Transferring Operations Masters
Database Size
Database Fragmentation
Linear Growth
Intra-Site Replication Traffic
Inter-Site Replication Traffic
Global Catalog Replication Traffic
Microsoft Tools
Monitoring AD with Replication Administration (REPADMIN)
Performance Monitor
Event Viewer
Active Directory Sizer
DCDIAG
Backup 101
Backup Hardware
Active Directory Files
System State Data
User Permissions
Using WindowsBackup
Restoring Active Directory
Non-authoritative Restore
Authoritative Restore
Tombstones
Primary Restore
Elements of Planning and Design
Analyzing the Business Environment
Technical Requirements
Active Directory Structure
Designing the DNS Namespace
Sites
Putting It Together
Business Analysis
OU Structures
Multiple Domains
Forests
Options for Migration
NT to AD Migration
In-Place Upgrade
Over-the-Wire Migration
Migrating from NetWare to AD
Bindery Services
Novell Directory Service (NDS)
Microsoft’s Migration Path for NetWare
◆Setting up Client Services for NetWare (CSNW)
Setting Up Client Services for NetWare (CSNW)
Installing NWLink
Comparing Directory Services
The Development of Novell’s and Microsoft’s Directory Services
Microsoft vs. Novell
The Future of Directory Services
Directory Enabled Networking
Microsoft Metadirectory Services
DirXML
Index
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Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server 2003

Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server 2003

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Master the Technology That Enables You to Master NetworkManagement

Active Directory represents an enormous advance in networkadministration. It provides a vast set of powerful tools andtechnologies for managing a network within a native Windowsenvironment. Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server2003 is the resource you need to take full advantage of all ithas to offer. You get a sound introduction to network directoryservices, then detailed, practical instruction in the work ofimplementing Active Directory and using all of its tools. Thisedition has been completely updated to address features new toActive Directory for Windows Server 2003. Coverage includes:

Understanding the concept of a network directory service Understanding benefits specific to Microsoft's ActiveDirectory Analyzing business needs Designing your Active Directory environment Developing and executing a roll-out plan Securing the Active Directory database Installing and configuring DNS under AD Creating users, groups, and objects Implementing group policies Modifying the Active Directory schema Controlling Active Directory sites Managing replication Performing backups and recoveries Migrating from both Windows NT and Novell environments Integrating Active Directory and Novell Directory Services
Master the Technology That Enables You to Master NetworkManagement

Active Directory represents an enormous advance in networkadministration. It provides a vast set of powerful tools andtechnologies for managing a network within a native Windowsenvironment. Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server2003 is the resource you need to take full advantage of all ithas to offer. You get a sound introduction to network directoryservices, then detailed, practical instruction in the work ofimplementing Active Directory and using all of its tools. Thisedition has been completely updated to address features new toActive Directory for Windows Server 2003. Coverage includes:

Understanding the concept of a network directory service Understanding benefits specific to Microsoft's ActiveDirectory Analyzing business needs Designing your Active Directory environment Developing and executing a roll-out plan Securing the Active Directory database Installing and configuring DNS under AD Creating users, groups, and objects Implementing group policies Modifying the Active Directory schema Controlling Active Directory sites Managing replication Performing backups and recoveries Migrating from both Windows NT and Novell environments Integrating Active Directory and Novell Directory Services

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