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This section provides only a high-level look at the concepts of migration. For more information on upgrading and restructuring, refer to the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Deployment Kit (Microsoft Press, 2003).
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The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. From the perspective of designing a domain structure, what are the primary differ ences between Windows NT 4 and Windows Server 2003
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2. In what circumstances should you consider an in-place domain upgrade instead of a domain restructuring when migrating from Windows NT 4 to Windows Server 2003
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3. Can you upgrade some of the domain controllers in a Windows 2000 domain to Windows Server 2003
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From a design perspective, the biggest differences between Windows NT 4 and Windows Server 2003 domains are the introduction of sites to abstract the physical network structure from the logical domain structure and the introduction of orga nizational units to subdivide domains into administrative boundaries. When migrating from Windows NT 4 to Windows Server 2003, you should consider an in-place domain upgrade instead of restructuring in the following circum stances: the current domain structure translates well, you want to minimize user impact, you want to minimize changes to administrative structure or information flow, or you have a limited amount of time or money. If you are upgrading from Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2003, the easiest and most cost-effective migration path is to perform an in-place domain upgrade.
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Designing a Site Plan
Case Scenario Exercise
Review the following scenario and complete the questions.
Scenario
You have been selected to create a site plan for Contoso, Ltd., a modem manufacturer with its headquarters in Dallas, Texas. Currently, all servers on its network are running Windows NT Server 4.0. Client computers are running a mix of Windows 98 and Windows 2000 Professional. Contoso has hired you to bring the company network infrastructure up-to-date. They want all servers to run Windows Server 2003 and want to implement Active Directory. They also want all client computers to run Windows XP Professional.
Background
Contoso has grown over the past decade to become one of the premier high-end modem manufacturers in the country, selling primarily to large companies and Internet service providers. Two years ago, Contoso acquired a London-based modem manufac turer named Trey Research, which targets a similar market in the European countries.
Geography
The Dallas headquarters has 1,900 users and a fully-staffed IT department. In addition to its primary location, Contoso also has two branch offices within the United States one in Memphis, Tennessee, and one in San Diego, California. The San Diego branch has 185 users and maintains its own IT staff. The Memphis branch has 35 users and does not maintain an IT staff. Instead, they rely on the IT staff at the Dallas headquar ters. The Memphis office is located in a small building with an open workspace and, because there is no IT staff, they are unable to provide maintenance or physical secu rity for servers. Trey Research, the subsidiary office, is in London, England. The London office has 215 users and maintains full corporate facilities, including its own IT staff and control over its own network infrastructure. The London office also maintains its own namespace.
Network Infrastructure
The Dallas headquarters is connected to the Memphis branch by means of a 512 Kbps connection. Dallas is connected to San Diego by means of a 512 Kbps connection. Dal las is connected to the London headquarters using a 256 Kbps connection. The Dallas and London offices are using a 155 MB ATM as a backbone to connect the network segments within each LAN. Clients are connected to the backbone via 10/100 Mbps connections. At both branch offices, clients and servers are all connected via 10/100
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