Chapter 3. Active Directory Planning and Installation

In the previous chapters, you've seen some factors you need to take into account when planning for Active Directory, such as your company's physical and logical structure and the need for centralized or decentralized administration. The time you spend understanding these concepts is very important because the success of your Active Directory implementation depends on them.

Now that you are familiar with Domain Name System (DNS), you need to verify that the computer you upgrade to a domain controller (DC) meets the basic filesystem and network connectivity requirements so that Active Directory ...

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