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Windows 2000 Enabled if both replication partners are running Windows Server 2003. Otherwise, disabled. Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Windows Server 2003 Enabled
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Forest Feature Global catalog replication improvements Defunct schema objects Forest trusts Linked value replication Domain rename Improved Active Directory replication algorithms Dynamic auxiliary classes InetOrgPerson objectClass change
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Administering Active Directory
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Be able to distinguish between the forest functional levels.
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To change the forest functional level to Windows Server 2003, complete the follow ing steps: 1. Click Start, select Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Domains And Trusts. 2. Right click the Active Directory Domains And Trusts node and then click Raise Forest Functional Level. 3. On the Raise Forest Functional Level dialog box, click Raise. 4. In the Raise Forest Functional Level message box, click OK. UPN Suffixes A UPN suffix is the part of a UPN to the right of the @ character. The default UPN suffix for a user account is the Domain Name System (DNS) domain name of the domain that contains the user account. You can add alternative UPN suffixes to simplify administration and user logon processes by providing a single UPN suffix for all users. The UPN suffix is only used within the Active Directory forest and is not required to be a valid DNS domain name. Using alternative domain names as the UPN suffix can provide additional logon secu rity and simplify the names used to log on to another domain in the forest. For exam ple, if your organization uses a deep domain tree, such as one organized by department and region, the domain name can be long. The default user UPN for a user in such a domain might be sales.chi.contoso.com. Creating a UPN suffix of contoso would allow the user to log on using the much simpler logon name of user@contoso. If you create an alternative UPN, the UPN is then available when you create users by using Active Directory Users And Computers. To add or remove UPN suffixes, complete the following steps: 1. Click Start, select Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Domains And Trusts. 2. Right click the Active Directory Domains And Trusts node and then click Properties. 3. On the Active Directory Domains And Trusts dialog box, in the UPN Suffixes tab, shown in Figure 3-1, do one of the following:
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To add a UPN suffix, type an alternative UPN suffix in the Alternative UPN Suffixes box, and then click Add. To remove a UPN suffix, select the suffix from the Alternative UPN Suffixes box, and then click Remove. On the Active Directory Domains and Trusts message box, click Yes.
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4. Click OK.
Lesson 1
Using Active Directory Administration Tools
Figure 3-1 UPN Suffixes tab
Active Directory Sites And Services Console You provide information about the physical structure of your network by publishing sites to Active Directory using the Active Directory Sites And Services console. Active Directory uses this information to determine how to replicate directory information and handle service requests. Sites are discussed in more detail in 5, Configuring Sites and Managing Replication. Active Directory Users And Computers Console The Active Directory Users And Com puters console allows you to add, modify, delete, and organize Windows Server 2003 user accounts, computer accounts, security and distribution groups, and published resources in your organization s directory. It also allows you to manage domain controllers and organizational units (OUs). Active Directory Schema Snap-In The Active Directory Schema snap-in is available so you can view and modify Active Directory schema. By default, the snap-in is not available on the Administrative Tools menu. You must install it using the command line and by creating an MMC for it. This action is required to ensure that the schema cannot be modified by accident. To install the Active Directory Schema snap-in, complete the following steps: 1. Log on as an Administrator. 2. Click Start, and then click Command Prompt.
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