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Best Practice Active Directory Design for Managing Windows Networks

Best Practice Active Directory Design for Managing Windows Networks

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In a multiple forest model the majority of business units within an organization chose to deploy
their own Active Directory forest. The multiple forest model works best for organizations with
business units that want to (or need to) retain administrative autonomy. This model also has the
highest possible administrative overhead.

Figure 5 represents a multiple forest design for an organization with three divisions. Each
business unit historically and presently manages its own IT infrastructure. As a result, each
business unit chose to design and deploy an independent Active Directory forest.

Figure 5: A multiple forest model resulting in three Active Directory forests

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