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A user or application searches for an object in the AD from the top down If all the attributes of an object are not known, you can start searching at the root of the tree and proceed down through all domains until you find a match Since many enterprise networks have sites separated by links of small bandwidth, it is impractical to have all partial queries start at the root of the tree, consuming a huge amount of bandwidth To reduce Wide Area Network (WAN) utilization, some Windows 2000 servers can be configured to contain a global catalog It contains only some of the attributes for all the objects in the AD It might, for example, hold only users' last names and business units You would configure these attributes to be the ones used most often in searches The global catalog allows users to examine a local
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source that may provide the location of the object they are looking for If the global catalog doesn't contain the needed information, searches can then be performed at the root of the tree Global catalogs are required for user login; therefore, each site must have at least one global catalog (Sites are defined just below)
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Domains can be subdivided into separate administrative divisions called organizational units (OUs) This arrangement addresses a limitation in the distribution of administrative rights in previous versions of NT Basically, administrators had total control over the domain and were unable to dole out administrative rights to others so that regional administrators could manage their users and resources without having administrative rights in the entire domain There is no limit to the number of OUs within a domain Since each OU can contain a very specific delegation over administrative functions, you can finely tune all of your assignments
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In AD parlance, a site in the enterprise network comprises one or more subnets (that is, independent network segments) connected via a high-speed link (~10 Mbps or better) Typically, a site is a geographic location, either a building or a cluster of buildings If multiple buildings are connected via a high-speed link (to form a MAN), then the building may all be considered the same site Sites are used primarily for replication boundaries Replication of the AD occurs more often within a site A site may consist of only part of a domain or more than one domain
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The Windows 2000 namespace is the DNS namespace used to describe the relationships of computers on IP-based systems such as the Internet For example, the namespace of a tree (domains share the same namespace within a tree, as described just below) might be veltecom for the parent, with two child domains called marketingveltecom and researchveltecom A child domain of marketingveltecom might be usmarketingveltecom And so on
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Windows 2000 domain names follow the DNS naming scheme conventions In fact, DNS is intimately connected with Active Directory and Windows 2000 In Windows 2000, DNS serves to resolve the location of the LDAP-based AD objects Dynamic DNS (DDNS) is so crucial to Windows 2000 and AD that there must be at least one DDNS server installed in order for AD to function properly The reverse is not true; DNS can run just fine by itself Active Directory contacts the local DDNS server and publishes its record as a Service Location (SRV) resource record This way, other computers can find an AD just by knowing the domain name and querying DNS If a client uses AD and wants to see what's in the AD of another domain, the client need only point to the domain name and an AD will be contacted automatically TipWINS is used as a name locator in NT 40 networks In Windows 2000 networks, WINS is not required unless NT 40 or other down-level clients are still active Although Microsoft recommends using its own DNS server, you can use any DNS server that meets the following criteria: Supports SRV Records (RFC 2052) Supports dynamic DNS (RFC 2136) for full functionality Uses BIND version 811 or higher You are not required to use the same DNS zone name as the name of the domain, although it will make administration much simpler For example, the naming convention might be as follows: Windows 2000 domain researchveltecom
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