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Lesson 1: Installing Domain Controllers
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/databasePath:"e:\ntds" /logPath:"f:\ntdslogs" /sysvolpath:"g:\sysvol" /safeModeAdminPassword:password /forestLevel:3 /domainLevel:3 /rebootOnCompletion:yes
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If you have a domain with at least one domain controller running Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Server 2008, you can create additional domain controllers to distribute authentication, create a level of fault tolerance in the event any one DC fails, or provide authentication in remote sites.
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If you have an existing forest with domain controllers running Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server, you must prepare them prior to creating your first Windows Server 2008 domain controller. That s because there are objects and attributes that Windows Server 2008 adds to the directory that previous versions of Windows don t understand. Therefore, the schema must be updated. The schema is the definition of the attributes and object classes that can exist within a domain. It is like the catalog for what can be created in other directory partitions. To prepare the forest schema for Windows Server 2008, follow these steps: 1. Log on to the schema master as a member of the Enterprise Admins, Schema Admins, and Domain Admins groups. Lesson 2, Configuring Operations Masters, discusses operations masters and provides steps for identifying which domain controller is the schema master. 2. Copy the contents of the \Sources\Adprep folder from the Windows Server 2008 DVD to a folder on the schema master. 3. Open a command prompt and change directories to the Adprep folder. 4. Type adprep /forestprep and press Enter. 5. If you plan to install an RODC in any domain in the forest, type adprep /rodcprep and press Enter.
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You can also run Adprep /rodcprep at any time in a Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003 forest. It does not have to be run in conjunction with /forestprep; however, you must run it and allow its changes to replicate throughout the forest prior to installing the first RODC. You can run Adprep /rodcprep from any DC as long as you are logged on as a member of the Enterprise Admins group.
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Domain Controllers
Exam Tip
The Adprep /rodcprep command is required before installing an RODC into any domain in an existing forest with Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server domain controllers. It is not necessary if the forest is a new forest consisting only of Windows Server 2008 domain controllers.
You must allow time for the operation to complete. After the changes have replicated throughout the forest, you can continue to prepare the domains for Windows Server 2008. To prepare a Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003 domain for Windows Server 2008, perform these steps: 1. Log on to the domain infrastructure operations master as a member of Domain Admins. Lesson 2 provides steps for identifying which domain controller is the infrastructure operations master. 2. Copy the contents of the \Sources\Adprep folder from the Windows Server 2008 DVD to a folder on the infrastructure master. 3. Open a command prompt and change directories to the Adprep folder. 4. Type adprep /domainprep /gpprep and press Enter. On Windows Server 2003, you might receive an error message stating that updates were unnecessary. You can ignore this message. Allow the change to replicate throughout the forest before you install a domain controller that runs Windows Server 2008.
Installing an Additional Domain Controller
Additional domain controllers can be added by installing AD DS and launching the Active Directory Domain Services Installation Wizard. You are prompted to choose the deployment configuration; to enter network credentials; to select a domain and site for the new DC; and to configure the DC with additional options such as DNS Server, Global Catalog, or Read-Only Domain Controller. The remaining steps are the same as for the first domain controller: configuring file locations and the Directory Services Restore Mode Administrator password. If you have one domain controller in a domain, and if you select the Use Advanced Mode Installation check box on the Welcome To The Active Directory Domain Services Installation Wizard page, you are able to configure advanced options, which are:
Install From Media By default, a new domain controller replicates all data for all direc-
tory partitions it will host from other domain controllers during the Active Directory Domain Services Installation Wizard. To improve the performance of installation, particularly over slow links, you can use installation media created by existing domain controllers. Installation media is a form of backup. The new DC is able to read data from the installation media directly and then replicate only updates from other
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