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Lesson 3
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Reading QR Code In C#
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Analyzing the Existing Directory Structure
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Barcode Reader In Visual C#
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QR Code Encoder In .NET
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Location Los Angeles
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Departments Represented Sales Marketing Finance IT Customer Service Customer Support Training
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Number of Users 1,000
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Glasgow, Scotland Research Development Sustained Engineering IT Sydney, Australia Consulting Production Sales Finance
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Most of the company s computing services are hosted in its Paris corporate headquar ters. The corporate IT department wants to have central control of passwords and secu rity settings. The local IT department in Los Angeles wants to maintain control of its infrastructure without interference from the corporate IT department. The local IT department in Glasgow demands exclusive control over their own environment due to security concerns about their research and development (R&D) data. Corporate man agement shares security concerns about the R&D data and wants to ensure that it is not compromised. The following diagram shows the connectivity between the different locations of the company. In addition, Los Angeles and Atlanta have virtual private network (VPN) con nections through the Internet to headquarters in Paris.
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Fractional E1 Paris Los Angeles T1 Dual E3 Broadband Atlanta Internet Sydney E1
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Glasgow
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Analyzing an Existing Infrastructure
Practice Questions
Based on the scenario, answer the following questions. 1. Sketch a diagram of the current Windows NT domain structure. 2. What requirements does Northwind Traders have for autonomy and isolation
3. What are Northwind Traders administrative goals
Lesson Review
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. You are designing an Active Directory structure for a network that is currently using Windows NT 4.0. There are 12 servers running Windows NT 4.0 and 300 workstations running mixtures of Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, and Windows XP Professional. The entire network is housed in a single building. There are currently three Windows NT 4.0 domains one for each of the major departments of the company. Each department manages resources in its own domain. What is one method of reducing the complexity of the existing network while still allowing members of each department administrative control over resources in their department
2. You are gathering information about the current domain model of a network run ning Windows 2000 and Active Directory. You have created a domain map that shows every domain and the trust relationships between those domains. What other documents should you prepare for each domain when assessing the current model
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3. List several advantages of keeping an existing Windows NT 4.0 domain model intact when you upgrade to Windows 2003.
Lesson Summary
When gathering information about a current Windows 2000 infrastructure, you should first create a diagram showing the existing domains and their trust relationships. For each Windows 2000 domain, create a diagram of OU structure and a diagram showing site structure and domain controller placement. When gathering information about a Windows NT 4.0 infrastructure, create a dia gram showing domains and trust relationships. For each domain, gather information on the domain controllers, users, and resources in the domain.
Case Scenario Exercise
Review the following scenario and complete the questions.
Scenario
You have been selected to plan a new infrastructure for Contoso, Ltd., a modem man ufacturer 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 (ISPs). Two years ago, Contoso acquired a London-based modem manufac turer named Trey Research, which targets a similar market in the European countries.
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