Chapter 7. Active Directory Infrastructure

In an ideal world, all areas of your network would be connected with high-capacity links, and every server would communicate with each other without latency or congestion. Alas, no real networks work this way, and traffic concerns must be taken into consideration in all but the smallest, single-server Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) structure. Windows Server 2008 R2 expands upon the AD DS replication capabilities introduced ...

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