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TABLE 5-6 Production Forest Server Positioning Scenario Information
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5 Next are the child domain DCs Begin with the production domain because it is the most complex The first services to position are the domain-centric FSMO roles: RID Master, PDC Emulator, and Infrastructure Master
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6 Now that the core roles are positioned, position domain controllers A DC should be positioned in each region with at least 50 users Regions with more than 50 users should have more than one DC Regions with less than 50 users should be gauged on an as-needed basis Set a rule of thumb for DC positioning in large sites: one DC per 1000 users (remember, central DCs tend to be more powerful servers than regional DCs)
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NOTE You can use a downloadable tool from Microsoft, the AD Sizer, to calculate how many users
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a DC will handle In fact, it will tell you that you can manage more than 40,000 users per DC This may be overly optimistic, however, because DCs have other roles than simply managing user logons Test performance and determine if the 1000-user rule is appropriate for your network 7 Each region that has at least one DC also hosts at least one Global Catalog, if possible If not, use UGM Caching in the site Also use read-only DCs in these sites 8 Next, position FSMO roles, GCs, and DCs for the three other domains: development, training, and staging Staging is easy, since it is located in a single geographical site; two servers are more than adequate Training can also perform with two DCs: one in each HQ office The positioning of development DCs will depend on the level of activity It is not unusual for development DCs to be used for stress testing analysis In such situations, the development DC needs to host as many users as the entire production domain 9 The easiest is kept for last Position the DNS service wherever there is a DC 10 Use application partitions to determine how DNS information should be shared from domain to domain 11 Also, it is safe to position the GC role with the Infrastructure role in the PFRD because the root domain holds very few objects and will not affect replication 12 An interdomain application partition is used between the production and development domains Users from the development domain often require information from the production domain Because of the partition, this information is automatically made available to them 13 A local domain application partition for DNS data is used in the development domain because queries from the development domain to other domains are rare The same applies to the training and staging domains The result is described in Table 5-7 Keep in mind that the DNS strategy is described in more detail in 6 As you can see, the server positioning stage requires the application of a given set of rules to the data you have collected on your organization to produce a working result T&T Corporation, for example, will implement the servers and the roles identified in Table 5-7 They will have three server models: one for regions where servers are protected, one for regions where servers are not protected (RODC), and one for large offices [dedicated Domain Controllers (DCs)]
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Region HQ Main
Domain Dedicated Root
Users 7
Servers 1
Role First DC in the forest: Forest FSMO: Schema Master Domain FSMO: PDC and RID Global Catalog Integrated DNS Forest-wide application partition Second DC in the forest: Forest FSMO: Domain Naming Master Domain FSMO: Infrastructure Global Catalog Integrated DNS Forest-wide application partition First domain DC: Domain FSMO: PDC Global Catalog Integrated DNS Interdomain application partition Second domain DC: Domain FSMO: RID Integrated DNS Interdomain application partition Other DCs: DC role only Integrated DNS FSMO domain DC: Domain FSMO: Infrastructure Integrated DNS Interdomain application partition GC domain DC: Global Catalog Integrated DNS Interdomain application partition Other DCs: DC role only Integrated DNS
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