Preparing an Active Directory Environment in .NET framework

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Table 4-2 shows the current operation master roles to help you determine what configuration changes are required for Active Directory before deploying a Windows Server 2003 PKI.
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Answer the following questions based on the Tailspin Toys scenario: 1. Based on the current applications and configuration of the tailspintoys.msft forest, is there any possibility of attribute mangling when the Windows Server 2003 schema modifications are applied Why or why not 2. Assuming you use the Exchangemod.ldf script provided on the accompanying CD-ROM to apply the necessary schema modifications, what command line will you use to implement the scripted modifications 3. What service pack level is required at each domain controller before applying the Windows Server 2003 schema modifications 4. What computer will you use to run adprep /forestprep What group membership(s) is/are required 5. What computer(s) will you use to run adprep /domainprep What group membership(s) is/are required
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Infrastructure Master x x
Schema Master
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Part II: Establishing a PKI
6. After installing the issuing CAs, the following error appears intermittently in the application log: Event ID: 11 Source: Cert Server Enterprise Policy Application: Warning CA was unable to publish the certificate for the Domain\server. Server is not part of the Cert Publishers group. Privilege violation. What configuration change is required to resolve this error 7. How would the solution differ if the network implemented Windows Server 2003 Active Directory rather than Windows 2000 Active Directory
Additional Information
Microsoft Official Curriculum, Course 2821: Designing and Managing a Windows Public Key Infrastructure (www.microsoft.com/traincert/syllabi/2821afinal.asp) RFC 2798, Definition of the inetOrgPerson LDAP Object Class (http: //www.ietf.org/r fc/r fc2798.txt) inetOrgPerson Kit (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx FamilyId= 2C96869E-4CF3-40CC-97FE-7A68720F7D83&displaylang=en) Best Practices for Implementing a Microsoft Windows Server2003 Public Key Infrastructure (http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003 /technologies/security/ws3pkibp.mspx) PKI Enhancements in Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003 (http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro/Plan/PKIEnh.asp) Knowledge Base Article 219059: Enterprise CA May Not Publish Certificates from Child Domain or Trusted Domain Knowledge Base Article 300532: Windows 2000 Enterprise CAs Not Added to Certificate Publishers Group in Windows Server 2003 Domain Knowledge Base Article 314649: Windows Server 2003 adprep /forestprep Command Causes Mangled Attributes in Windows 2000 Forests That Contain Exchange 2000 Servers Knowledge Base Article 555040: Common Mistakes When Upgrading a Windows 2000 Domain to a Windows 2003 Domain
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Designing a Certification Authority Hierarchy
Before deploying Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Certificate Services, an organization must spend time designing the certification authority (CA) hierarchy. Developing the correct structure involves investigating and processing related requirements for application, security, business and technology, and external forces. Hierarchy elements that will be covered in this chapter include:
The number of tiers to use in a CA hierarchy. How the CAs will be arranged in a CA hierarchy. The types of certificates each CA will issue. The types of CAs to be deployed at each tier. Security measures to protect the CAs. Whether different certificate policies will be required.
Determining the Number of Tiers in a CA Hierarchy
The number of tiers to include in the CA hierarchy is a basic consideration addressed in the design process. It is also necessary to determine how many individual CAs will be required at each tier. Most CA hierarchies consist of two to four tiers, though a single-tier CA can be appropriate in smaller organizations.
A Single-Tier CA Hierarchy
Some organizations require only basic public key infrastructure (PKI) services. Typically, these are organizations with fewer than 300 user accounts in the directory service. Rather than deploying multiple CAs, a single CA is installed as an enterprise root CA. The enterprise root CA is not removed from the network. Instead, the computer is a member of the domain and is always available to issue certificates to requesting computers, users, services, or networking devices. A single-tier CA hierarchy is easy to manage because it involves administration of only a single CA. A problem with this design is the lack of redundancy. If the CA
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