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ACTIVE DIRECTORY REVIEW tutorials

1) Active Directory's logical structure consists of FOREST, TREE and Domains

2) AD's Physical structure consists of Sites and Domain Controllers

3) The AD database is made up of a hierarchical structure of objects. these objects can either be container objects which are used to hold other objects or leaf objects which represt a network entity and does not hold other objects.

 

AD - Logical Structure

1) Domains - Act as the primary administrative containers within AD

2) Trees - An area of namespace containing one or more domains

3) Forest - A bunch of trees, considered to be the top of the Active Directory Hirearrchy.

 

Active Directory Objects

Container Object - the most common container object in AD is called an OU (Organizational Unit)

A good OU design will support 3 functions.

1) Good Organization

2) Delegation of control

3) Group Policy Managment

Leaf Objects - Any AD object which does not hold other objects. for ex. computers.

 

TRUST

how users in one domain can access resoucres of other domain.

1) Parent/Child Trust - By default all domain within a forest hace a 2 way trainstive trust with any other domain directly above or below them in hierarchy

2) Shortcut Trust - A direct trust created between 2 domains. Typically used in a large complex forest or 2 or more forest. commenly used.

3) Extennal Trust. - A direct trust created between a domain in the forest and a domain outside the forest. Typically used with an old Windows NT Domain. We don't see this quite often.

4) Realm Trust - Used to create a trust between Windows Domain and a Unix realm (domain).

5) Forest Trust - Creates a trust relationship between in all domains in one forest with all domains in another forest. where 2 companies have come together - merged - we can see this.

6) Federated Trust - A cross forest trust in which communication takes place across the internet via a web application like Sharepoint Server. Federated Trusts are implemented using a AD FS (Active Directory Federation Services) role.

 

WHAT IS A GPO

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1) A Group Policy Object (GPO) is an AD object which contains configuration settings for computers and / or Users.

2) GPO's are used to simplify network administration by allowing administrators to establish settings once and those setting can be applied to many users/computers. When any user makes some settings, when those computers are rebooted it will be set as per GPO.

3) GPO's settings will be applied to computer /computers objects held in any container object which the GPO is linked to.

 

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