Domain trusts and domain forest trusts
Information in Active Directory
Directory data replication
Active Directory schema
The Active Directory design process includes determining design specifications based on the location of the organization.
The Active Directory design process includes planning implementation based on the hardware infrastructure.
The Active Directory design process includes considering one design option that meets all the requirements.
Active Directory design process includes reviewing the selected design repetitively.
A resource server acting as DHCP.
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard, Enterprise, or the Datacenter edition.
A resource server acting as IIS server.
A resource server acting as DNS server.
Creating the Active Directory database and log files
Configuring the membership of the domain controller in an appropriate site
Creating or replicates Active Directory partitions
Creating the shared system root folder
Enabling security on the operating system files
You should replicate Active Directory from backup media if you are installing the replica domain controller at a location where another domain controller exists.
You should replicate Active Directory over the network if you are installing the Active Directory at a site connected to an existing site by a high-speed network.
You should replicate Active Directory over a network if you are installing the domain controller in a remote location for an existing domain.
You should restore the System State backup on the server from which you are installing Active Directory.
Ensure that another global catalog is accessible to users before you demote the domain controller
Ensure that the new domain controller name is added only to the DNS database
Ensure that you have the normal user rights while removing a domain controller on Windows Server 2003
Ensure that the demoted domain controller holds one operation masters role
Incorrect user credentials
Corrupted log files of ADS
Physical network connectivity
SRV records are used to store information about the servers providing services on the ADS.
Records are registered when the domain controller is installed.
SRV records are used by the DNS client computer to locate the DHCP server.
SRV records are required to run the Backup utility.
The Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level Supports Active Directory features such as SID history, group nesting, and universal groups.
The Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level supports only the domain controllers running Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 family.
The Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level is the default domain functional level for all domains.
The Windows 2000 mixed domain functional level can only be raised to the Windows 2000 native domain functional level.
The DNS name of another forest.
The DNS name of the domain.
The DNS name of the domain.
The NetBIOS name of the domain.
In the delegation of administration, responsibility gets decentralized, which allows other administrators to manage organizational units.
In delegation of administration, administrators create many Active Directory domains to control access to the lowest level of an organization.
In delegation of administration, authority can be only delegated at the organizational unit level.
In the delegation of administration, service autonomy allows administrators to independently manage all or some part of the data within Active Directory.
Select the tasks that you want to delegate
Verify that the specified tasks are correctly delegated
Select some of the Active Directory object types for the user
Select the permissions for a user to perform the delegated tasks
Administration based on geographic location
Administration based on the organization
Administration based on business functions
In an organization, a department-based IT administration requires the Active Directory to be based on the structure of the organization.
In an organization with department-based IT administration, designing an organization-based Active Directory requires you to follow the organizational chart.
In an organization that is highly distributed with a centralized IT administration, the Active Directory structure should be based on the business functions of the organization.
D. In an organization that is small in size with decentralized IT administration and job functions spanning several departments, the Active Directory structure based on the hybrid model is the most suitable.
Limit the number of domain administrators
Assign control at the lowest OU level possible and use inheritance
Assign control at the property or task level
Deny access permissions to groups
Recognize network addresses
Control logon traffic
Control replication traffic
Control client computer requests
Global catalog server enables network logon for users with specific credentials.
Global catalogs contain information about global group memberships
A single forest can contain only a single global catalog
Each domain of a forest should have a separate global catalog
Placing another global catalog server on the domain
Increasing the hard disk size for the server
Backing-up copy of the global catalog server
Configuring all the domain controllers as global catalog servers
Hardware and bandwidth limitations prevent you from placing global catalog servers on a site
Bandwidth limitations obstruct the conversion of local domain controllers to global catalog servers
There is no domain controller or global catalog server on a domain
There is a single domain in the forest