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Verify Active Directory installation Estimated lesson time: 15 minutes
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After you have completed the installation of Active Directory, you must verify that Active
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Directory has been correctly installed. You can do this by verifying the following:
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Verifying Domain Configuration
After the domain controller is installed, various Active Directory administrative tools are added to the administrative tools menu. You can verify that Active Directory is func tioning properly and that your domain controller is placed properly by opening the Active Directory Users And Computers console and checking for the presence of the domain and domain controller. To verify domain configuration, complete the following steps: 1. Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users And Computers. 2. On the Active Directory Users And Computers console, verify that your domain is correctly named by finding it in the console tree. 3. Double-click the domain. Click the Domain Controllers container. Verify that your domain controller appears and is correctly named by finding it in the details pane. 4. Double-click the server. Verify that all information is correct on the tabs in the Properties dialog box for the server.
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Installing and Configuring Active Directory
Verifying the DNS Configuration
If you allow the Active Directory Installation Wizard to configure DNS for you, and your DNS solution supports dynamic update, the Netlogon service registers a set of default SRV resource records on the DNS server, as shown in Figure 2-16. SRV records are required for clients to find hosts that provide required services.
Figure 2-16 Set of default SRV records on Server1 and Server2
To verify the DNS configuration, complete the following steps: 1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS. 2. In the DNS console tree, double-click the DNS server, double-click Forward Lookup Zones, double-click the zone. Expand the _msdcs, _sites, _tcp, and _udp folders to view the default resource records. Notice that the set of default SRV resource records is registered in multiple layers. The structure shown in Figure 2-16 is for two domain controllers; more complex environ ments will appear as such, with multiple records in the multiple layers. Records are provided for the global catalog, Kerberos, Kpasswd (Kerberos password change), and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) services. The Netlogon service creates a log file that contains all the SRV resource records and places the log file in %Systemroot%\System32\Config\Netlogon.dns. An example Net logon.dns file is shown in Figure 2-17. If your DNS solution does not support dynamic update, you must manually enter these records on your DNS server(s).
Lesson 3
Verifying Active Directory Installation
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Figure 2-17 Example Netlogon.dns file
Verifying DNS Integration with Active Directory
If you allow the Active Directory Installation Wizard to configure a basic DNS setup for you, and your DNS solution supports dynamic update, the wizard configures an Active Directory integrated forward lookup zone with the name of the domain. The configu ration of this zone changes the storage location of zone data from the zone file to Active Directory on the server. You can verify DNS integration by viewing the properties for the DNS zone and the DNS server. To verify DNS integration with Active Directory, complete the following steps: 1. Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS. 2. In the DNS console tree, double-click the DNS server, double-click Forward Lookup Zones, right-click the zone and select Properties from the menu. The Properties dialog box for the zone appears. 3. In the General Tab, verify that Active Directory Integrated appears after Type. Verify that Nonsecure And Secure appears in the Dynamic Updates box. Notice that the Security tab now exists to set the security for secure dynamic update. Click OK. 4. In the DNS console tree, right-click the DNS server and then select Properties from the menu. The Properties dialog box for the DNS server appears. 5. In the Advanced tab, verify that the Load Zone Data On Startup box is set to From Active Directory And Registry. Click OK.
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