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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
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Use the New Object Subnet dialog box to create a new subnet.
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4 In the Mask field, type the subnet mask for the network segment. The network address and the subnet mask are used to set the subnet name. The name uses the network prefix notation, which is also referred to as the classless interdomain routing (CIDR) notation. For example, if the network address is 192.168.1.0 and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0, the subnet name is set to 192.168.1.0/24. 5 Select the site with which the subnet should be associated, and then click OK. If you ever need to change the site association for the subnet, double-click the subnet in the Subnets folder and then, in the General tab, use the Site selection menu to change the site association.
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Once you associate subnets with a site, any domain controllers you install will automatically be located in the site when the IP address subnet matches the domain controller s IP address. Any domain controllers installed before you established the site and associated subnets with it will not, however, be moved to the site automatically. You must do this manually. In addition, if you associate a subnet with a different site, you might need to move domain controllers in that subnet to the new site. You can move a domain controller to a site by completing the following steps:
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1 Start Active Directory Sites and Services by clicking Start, Programs or All Programs, Administrative Tools, and Active Directory Sites And Services. 2 Domain controllers associated with a site are listed in the site s Servers node. To locate the domain controller that you want to move, expand the site node, and then expand the related Servers node.
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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
Active Directory Site Administration
3 Right-click the domain controller, and then select Move. This displays the Move Server dialog box. 4 In the Move Server dialog box, select the site that should contain the server, and then click OK.
Note
Another way to move a domain controller from one site to another in Windows Server 2003 is to drag the domain controller from its current site to the new site. But don t move a domain controller to a site arbitrarily. Move a domain controller to a site only if it is on a subnet associated with the site.
Managing Site Links and Intersite Replication
Site links are used to connect two or more sites together for the purpose of replication. When you install Active Directory in a new forest, a new site link called the DEFAULTIPSITELINK is created. As you add additional sites to the forest, these sites are included in the default site link unless you have configured other site links. If all of the network connections between sites are the same speed and priority, the default configuration can work. In this case, the intersite replication configuration for all sites will have the same properties. If you were to change these properties, the changes would affect the replication topology for all sites. By creating additional site links, you can configure different replication properties when the network connections between sites have different speeds and priorities. Creating additional site links helps the designated Inter-Site Topology Generator (ISTG) for a site to prioritize the site links and determine when a site link should be used. It doesn t, however, change the way intersite replication works. Replication traffic between sites is always sent from a bridgehead server in one site to a bridgehead server in another site. Although it is the job of the ISTG to generate the intersite replication topology and designate bridgehead servers, you can manually designate bridgehead servers as well. Once you ve established site links and designated bridgehead servers as necessary, you might want to change the way replication between sites is handled. For example, you might want to disable compression or enable notification so changes can be replicated more quickly between sites. Following this, the most common administrative tasks related to site links involve the following:
Creating site links Configuring site link bridges Determining the ISTG Configuring site bridgehead servers Setting site link replication options
Before looking at these administrative tasks, however, let s first look at the available replication transports.
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