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SCRIPT CENTER The Microsoft TechNet Script Center includes several sample scripts that help you manage computer accounts These scripts can be found at http://wwwmicrosoftcom/technet/treeview/ defaultasp url=/technet/scriptcenter/compmgmt/ defaultasp frame=true
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DC-18: Distribution Group Management
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As mentioned in Procedure DC-05, distribution groups are 4 designed to help regroup objects that don t need or don t support access rights An excellent example of a distribution 4 group is a mailing list of external contacts Users can address the group name and automatically send an email to each member of the group 4
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TIP Do not use distribution groups to duplicate security groups Security groups have the same features as distribution groups and can also be used to target email
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For this reason, these groups are used much less than security groups Since there is no need to duplicate security 4 groups for distribution purposes, you should have many fewer distribution groups than security groups Use Procedure DC-05 and the logic in Figure 4-2 to create your distribution groups
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DC-19: AD Forest Management
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Forest administrators need to manage global activities within the forest First and foremost, the forest administrator must authorize the creation of new forests, especially permanent forests You should aim to limit the number of permanent forests in your network This will help you control the total cost of ownership (TCO) of your network
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Remember that each single instance of an Active Directory is a forest
Forests are created for the following reasons: Different database schemas Only one database structure can be stored within a single forest If the schema must be different, it should be contained in a different forest With the coming of Active Directory in Application Mode (AD/AM), there is little need to host multiple forests for schema reasons
TIP For more information on how AD/AM can help reduce the number of forests, see Procedure DC-21
Testing or development If special testing is required for example, for tools that will modify the schema of your production forest you may need to create a testing forest The same applies to development projects Perimeter forests If your organization hosts an extranet or an Internet site, you may require a different forest to segregate and protect internal objects from the perimeter
It is a very good idea to segregate internal forests from external perimeters This way, you do not compromise internal security if your perimeter is attacked You can use the Standard Edition of Microsoft MetaDirectory Services 2003 (MMS) to link information between the two forests To download the Standard Edition of MMS, go to wwwmicrosoftcom/download and search for it
SECURITY SCAN You should also limit the number of domains contained within your forest Both domains and forests should be justified before being created The reasons for creating a domain include:
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Different authentication rules Domains form the boundary for the rules used to authenticate users and 4 computers since they are the container in which these objects are created Different security policies for user accounts Security policies applying to user accounts are stored within the domain These may need to be different from one 4 domain to another For example, developers usually require more elevated privileges than normal users 4 It is a good idea to let developers work in separate domains to avoid security compromises in your 4 production domain Different publication services for shared resources All of the resources that can be shared within a domain are published through Active Directory By default, these resources shared printers and folders are published only to members of the domain You may justify a different domain to protect critical resources Forest administrators must authorize child domain creation before these domains can be staged Use the following commands to preauthorize a child domain in the directory: ntdsutil domain management precreate domainDN firstdcname quit quit where domainDN is the distinguished name for the child domain (for example, for the testtandtnet domain, dc=test,dc=tandt,dc=net) and firstdcname is the fully qualified DNS name for the server that will be hosting the creation of the child domain You must also delegate domain creation rights to the administrator performing the DC promotion Use Procedure DC-14 to do so
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TIP Refer to Procedure DN-04 to properly prestage the DNS zone and application partition for this child domain
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