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Figure 9-3 The new Welcome page of the AD DS Installation Wizard has the option to use advanced mode installation.
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Additional Domain Controller Options On this page, you can configure additional
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options for the DC, such as DNS, GC, or RODC. (See Figure 9-4.)
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Figure 9-4 The new page of the Active Directory Installation Wizard, showing the additional options for the domain controller installation.
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Select A Domain This option lets you specify the domain in case you want to install an
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If you want to specify which site the DC should belong to after installation, do so on this page.
Set Functional Levels When you install the first DC in a new forest or domain, this page
lets you predefine the functional level.
Delegation Of RODC Installation And Administration Use this page to set the name of the group or user to which you want to delegate administration and second-step installation. Password Replication Policy This page allows you to specify which account passwords to allow or deny from being cached on an RODC. This page appears only if you select the Use Advanced Mode Installation check box. See Credential Caching later in this chapter for details. DNS delegation creation Depending on the type of DC installation you specified and your DNS environment, this page will provide a default option to create DNS delegation.
Other changes to this wizard show that Microsoft wants the promotion process to be as easy and error-free as possible. For example, you do not need to type the domain name when you install an additional DC. Instead you select the domain from a tree view. Thus, there is no chance that you will type the domain name wrong. In addition, the wizard now uses the credentials of the user who is currently logged on to complete the promotion, if the user is logged on with a domain account. Of course, you have the ability to use other credentials if you prefer. Another nice feature is that when you have finished the wizard, a Summary page appears, which you can export directly into an answer file. You can then use this file as a template for other installations and uninstallations. For security reasons, not all information will be available in the answer file. For example, the password for Directory Services Restore Mode (DSRM) will be excluded when you export it to the file. You can modify the answer file to include specific values, but be very careful with this because the file might end up in the wrong hands. For passwords, I recommend that you type password=* in the answer file so that the process will prompt for it.
Read-Only Domain Controllers
As I mentioned at the beginning of the chapter, with the release of Windows Server 2008, Microsoft introduces a new type of DC: the read-only domain controller (RODC). With the RODC, organizations can now deploy a DC in locations where physical security cannot be guaranteed. An RODC hosts read-only partitions of the AD DS database. One big benefit is that this will help you secure your environment. Before the RODC role, I always saw the DC in the branch office as the weakest point. (Please refer to 14, Securing the Branch Office, for an explanation of what a branch office is and for the security implications of using an RODC.) With this new role we can actually move the writable DCs to the hub site in a proper data center and replace the writable DCs at the branch office with RODCs, which will lower the security risks. Before the introduction of the RODC, users in a branch office had to authenticate with a DC at the hub site over a wide area network (WAN). Either that, or you needed to have a local
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DC at the branch office. This was not an efficient solution because small sites often cannot provide the physical security required for a writable DC. The network bandwidth between a branch office and a hub site is often poor, however. For branch office users, this can increase the amount of time required to log on, as well as hamper access to network resources. Now, however, you can address these problems by deploying an RODC at your branch offices to provide your branch office users with the following benefits:
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