Chapter 25. Designing and Managing the Domain Environment

Design considerations for Active Directory replication

Design considerations for Active Directory search and global catalogs

Design considerations for compatibility

Design considerations for Active Directory authentication and trusts

Delegating authentication

Design considerations for Active Directory operations masters

As you learned in the previous chapter, the physical structure of Active Directory is tightly integrated with the security architecture of the Microsoft Windows operating system. At a high level, Active Directory provides interfaces to which clients can connect, and the directory physically exists on disk in a database file called Ntds.dit. When you install Active Directory on ...

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