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Exercise 2: Transferring an Operations Master Role Assignment
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In this exercise, you transfer the domain naming master role assignment from Server1 to Server2.
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To transfer an operations master role assignment 1. Use the procedure provided earlier in this lesson to transfer the domain nam ing master role assignment from Server1 (contoso.com domain) to Server2 (chi.contoso.com domain).
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Managing Operations Master Roles
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2. When you have finished viewing the domain naming master role assignment on
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Server2, transfer the domain naming master role assignment back to Server1.
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3. Demote Server2 so it becomes a member server for the contoso.com domain and
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the chi.contoso.com domain no longer exists.
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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 and then try the ques
tion again. Answers to the questions can be found in the Questions and Answers sec
tion at the end of this chapter.
1. What is the purpose of the operations master roles
2. Which operations master roles must be unique in each forest
3. Which operations master roles must be unique in each domain
4. When should you seize an operations master role
5. Which of the following operations master roles should not be assigned to the
domain controller hosting the global catalog
a. Schema master
b. Domain naming master
c. RID master
d. PDC emulator
e. Infrastructure master
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Installing and Managing Domains, Trees, and Forests
Lesson Summary
Operations master roles are assigned to domain controllers to perform singlemaster operations. Every Active Directory forest must have the schema master and domain naming master roles. Every domain in the forest must have the RID master, the PDC emu lator, and the infrastructure master roles. There are two ways to manage operations master roles: transfer and seizure. To transfer an operations master role is to move it with the cooperation of its current owner. You transfer an operations master role to other domain controllers in the domain or forest to balance the load among domain controllers, or accommo date domain controller maintenance and hardware upgrades. To seize an operations master role is to move it without the cooperation of its current owner. You seize an operations master role assignment when a server holding the role fails and you do not intend to restore it. If the cause of the failure is a networking problem or a server failure that will be resolved soon, wait for the role holder to become available again. Do not seize an operations master role if you can transfer it instead. Seizing an operations master role is a drastic step that should be considered only if the current operations master will never be available again. The decision depends upon the role and how long the particular role holder will be unavailable.
Lesson 4
Managing Trust Relationships
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Lesson 4: Managing Trust Relationships
This lesson introduces you to trust relationships and the tasks involved in the manage ment of trusts. In 1, you learned that a trust relationship is a link between two domains in which the trusting domain honors the logon authentication of the trusted domain. Trust relationships can be created automatically (implicitly) or manually (explicitly). Trust relationships created implicitly do not need management. In this les son you learn how to plan, create, and administer explicit trust relationships.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Name the trust protocols used in Windows Server 2003 Describe the trust types used in Windows Server 2003 Explain when it is necessary to create a shortcut, realm, external, or forest trust Create shortcut, realm, external, and forest trusts Administer shortcut, realm, external, and forest trusts
Estimated lesson time: 30 minutes
Trust Relationships
A trust relationship is a logical relationship established between domains to allow passthrough authentication, in which a trusting domain honors the logon authentications of a trusted domain. There are two domains in a trust relationship the trusting and the trusted domain. In Windows NT, trusts are one-way and nontransitive, and can require a great deal of administrator maintenance. Trusts were limited to the two domains involved in the trust and the trust relationship was one-way. In Windows Server 2003, trusts have three characteristics.
Trusts can be created manually (explicitly) or automatically (implicitly). Trusts can be either transitive (not bound by the domains in the trust relationship) or nontransitive (bound by the domains in the trust relationship). Trusts can be one-way or two-way.
Trust Protocols
Windows Server 2003 authenticates users and applications using either the Kerberos ver sion 5 or NTLM protocol. The Kerberos version 5 protocol is the default protocol for computers running Windows Server 2003. If any computer involved in a transaction does not support Kerberos version 5, the NTLM protocol is used.
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Installing and Managing Domains, Trees, and Forests
When using the Kerberos version 5 protocol, the client requests a ticket from a domain controller in its account domain for presentation to the server in the trusting domain. This ticket is issued by an intermediary trusted by the client and the server. The client presents this trusted ticket to the server in the trusting domain for authentication. When a client tries to access resources on a server in another domain using NTLM authentication, the server containing the resource must contact a domain controller in the client s account domain to verify the account credentials. A trust relationship can also be created with any MIT version 5 Kerberos realm.
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