Chapter 17. Managing Active Directory

After completing your deployment and initial configuration of your Active Directory environment, you will find that your work load is much reduced. When Active Directory is properly deployed, it is very stable and requires little daily maintenance. However, you need to perform some tasks regularly. These tasks include managing the AD DS database and domain controller roles and ensuring that you have a consistent disaster recovery process in place.

Maintaining the AD DS Database

One of the important components of managing AD DS is maintaining the AD DS database. Under normal circumstances, you will rarely ...

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