Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD LDS in .NET framework

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Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD LDS
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In this exercise, you will view the replication parameters between your two instances. You do not need to update the instances to support Active Directory Sites and Services objects because you imported all LDIF files in the first exercise when you created the source instance. 1. Begin by making sure your domain controller, SERVER01.contoso.com, and your member servers, SERVER03.contoso.com and SERVER04.contoso.com, are running. 2. Log on to SERVER04.contoso.com with the domain Administrator account. 3. Launch Active Directory Sites And Services from the Administrative Tools program group. The console binds to the Active Directory Domain Services directory by default. 4. To bind to the AD LDS instance, right-click Active Directory Sites And Services in the tree pane, and then select Change Domain Controller. 5. In the Change Directory Server dialog box, select This Domain Controller Or AD LDS Instance, and then click <Type A Director y Server Name[:Port] Here>. Type SERVER03:50004, and then press Enter. Click OK. 6. In the warning dialog box, click Yes to change servers. 7. Now expand the Active Directory Sites And Services tree completely. You can do so by pressing the asterisk key (*) on your numerical keypad several times. This displays the replication structure for this instance. Now, you ll create a new site and move one of the instance objects into this site. 8. Right-click Sites in the tree pane, and then select New Site. 9. Name the site Replication01, select the DEFAULTIPSITELINK object, and click OK. Your new site link is created, and Active Directory Sites And Services outlines the next steps you must perform. (See Figure 14-6.) 10. Click OK to close the dialog box. In this case, you will not perform all activities. You will only move SERVER04 to the new site link. Expand Replication01. 11. Click SERVER04$ADLDSInstance, and drag it to the Servers container under Replication01. 12. In the Moving Objects warning box, click Yes to move the object. The object now appears under the Replication01 site. This exercise shows you how to work with instances and control replication. In the real world, you will need to perform all the tasks listed in Figure 14-6 to create proper replication partnerships.
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For more information on AD LDS replication, go to http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/ en/library/9d4b4004-9f26-4545-a1e4-8e527102f0a71033.mspx.
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Figure 14-6 Required tasks to complete a replication partnership
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Lesson Summary
The toolset used to control AD LDS instances is very similar to the toolset used for AD DS. Refer to the tools listed in Table 14-3 for a complete list of the tools you can use with AD LDS instances. You can create instances both with the graphical interface through the AD LDS Setup tool and through the command line with the ADAMInstall.exe command. In both cases, you must plan for all the instance prerequisites beforehand. When using the ADAMInstall.exe tool, you will need to prepare an answer file with these values beforehand. Working with AD LDS instances means working with distinguished names. Distinguished names use a hierarchical structure that is similar to the hierarchical structure of AD DS forests. Working with AD LDS instances means working with server names and port numbers. As a best practice, note each server name and each port number for the instances you create. In fact, always document each instance you create, listing all the values you use to create it.
Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD LDS
Lesson Review
You can use the following questions to test your knowledge of the information in Lesson 2, Configuring and Using AD LDS. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
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Answers
Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
1. You are a local server administrator with contoso.com. One of your jobs is to manage AD LDS instances on SERVER03. Recently, you had to install four instances on SERVER03. SERVER03 is a member server of your domain. You began with the default settings for the port selections of each instance. Now, you need to modify the schema of the first instance you installed, Instance01. You register the Active Directory Schema snap-in on the server and create a custom Active Directory Schema console. Yet, when you try to connect to the schema of the first instance, you keep getting an error message. Which of the following is most likely to be the problem A. Instance01 does not include a schema, and you cannot edit it. B. You cannot modify the schema of an instance with the Active Directory Schema snap-in. You must use the LDP.exe command to do so. C. You cannot modify the schema of an instance with the Active Directory Schema snap-in. Modifying the schema of an instance is performed by importing LDIF files with the LDIFDE.exe command. D. You cannot connect to the instance with the Active Directory Schema snap-in because, by default, it uses the same port as your Active Directory Domain Services directory.
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