Defining a Set of Implementation Tasks

Defining a set of implementation tasks is the heart of the implementation plan. It is the tasks that make your Active Directory design come to life. The tasks are defined and then applied to specific geographic locations based on a rollout schedule. The categories of tasks include

  • Preparation Tasks—prepare the enterprise for implementation.

  • Base Services—are those tasks that establish the root domain and basic Active Directory services.

  • Coexistence Tasks—prepare the existing directory services and resources for coexistence with Active Directory.

  • Geographic Location Tasks—are the redundant tasks that are applied to each geographic location.

  • Post Rollout Tasks—are the tasks that are applied to the enterprise ...

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