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The hybrid forest combines the concepts of a resource forest and a single forest thus, a hybrid forest contains not only user accounts or resource mailboxes (such as user-disabled, mailbox-enabled objects) but also includes active mailboxes (mailbox-enabled user accounts where Exchange server is in the same forest). This forest approach includes the following characteristics:
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Each forest may contain a combination of enabled and disabled user accounts that are either mail enabled or mailbox enabled. Differs from a resource forest in that all forests have mailboxes, and you might find mail-enabled users and disabled mailbox-enabled users in the same forest. Contains both resource mailboxes (user-disabled mailbox-enabled objects) and active mailboxes (user-enabled mailbox-enabled objects). Common in a migration to or from a resource forest model or in an organization that has a resource forest for some business units but also uses the resource forest as the primary forest for other business units. Only the users of the same Exchange organization have no limitations to the Exchange or Outlook functionality. Notes from the field
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icrosoft recommends starting all designs with a single forest/single domain environment for active Directory. On some occasions business requirements
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dictate a change from this model to a multi-forest model; however, this should be avoided whenever possible. Introducing multiple forests adds significant complexity and cost in both capital and operational expenses.
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Single vs. Multi-Domain Implementation
After the forest design has been made, the discussion about domains follows. This discussion is only necessary if you have a multi-domain environment and your Exchange implementation will be part of a single forest design. In such an environment, you need to decide whether you want to install all Exchange servers in a single, Exchange-dedicated domain or place Exchange in the domain where the user accounts are stored. Especially in a single forest implementation you need to consider the following domain approaches.
Evaluating and Planning for Active Directory
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Single Domain
A single domain is where Exchange servers and users are located in the same domain. This approach has the following characteristics:
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Simplest implementation and thus the easiest to manage Centralized administration Used if only one domain is available
always start with a Single Domain as the basic design; only move to a different
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domain design if forced!
Single Exchange-Dedicated Domain
A single Exchange-dedicated domain can be found in a multi-domain forest where one domain is created just for hosting Exchange servers and managing distribution lists. This approach has the following characteristics:
Exchange servers are maintained in their own dedicated domain. The disadvantage is that the extra domain brings the extra costs that stem from deploying and managing an additional domain. Exchange administration of dedicated domain can be totally independent from Active Directory administration of forest. This means that the administrators can perform all administrative tasks on the Exchange servers without requiring any administrative rights in other Active Directory domains. Has a special requirement for additional user domain controllers that need to be available where the Exchange servers are located. Common if you have your own internal service provider for Exchange.
Multi-domain
A multi-domain approach includes the Exchange servers directly in their user domains thus, the Exchange servers are spread between the different domains. This approach has the following characteristics:
Used if the Exchange administrations is split between different divisions or departments that own their own domains Used if you have a geographic domain design and thus want to add the Exchange servers to their respective regional domains
In a multi-domain environment you have to make sure that you configure the right scope in EMC and EMS. The following cmdlet configures a forest-wide scope:
Set-ADServerSettings -ViewEntireForest:$true
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Exchange Environmental Considerations
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If you can choose between a single- or multi-domain implementation for
Exchange, it is a best practice to use a single domain. This reduces complexity dramatically and will be much easier to manage.
Notes from the field
A Mix of Single and Multi-Domain Implementations
multinational electronics company with more than 70 active Directory domains in the forest mixes a multi-domain and single Exchange-dedicated
domain approach. The reason for running two different approaches was that parts of the company have a centralized Exchange administration, but some countries manage the Exchange servers on their own. however, issues in Exchange caused by replication latency and other problems supported the decision to move to a single Exchange-dedicated domain approach.
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