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SID history is both a boon and a bane It is a boon because it automatically provides additional SIDs when a user tries to access a resource from a legacy source It is a bane because savvy malicious users can add additional SIDS to their own and use them to impersonate credentials they shouldn t have Therefore, it is important to make sure you remove SID history and deactivate it as soon as you can after the migration and especially after security translation operations have been completed
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Prepare Your New Support Structure
As you place the new network online, you will begin to realize that a review of administrative and operational roles is also required In fact, this review of operational roles focuses on the third quadrant of the services lifecycle illustrated in 3 Production since the activities of the first two quadrants are now complete (Planning and Preparation and Deployment) The operations outlined in the production quadrant require an updated organizational structure because many of them will be delegated to users with non-administrative privileges
New and Revised ADDS IT Roles (VSO Network)
One of the areas where IT roles are modified the most is in terms of Active Directory Domain Services management, especially in the new VSO network If you re migrating from Windows NT to Windows Server 2008, most of these roles are new If you re already using Windows 2000 or 2003, then you now know that all of these roles are necessary (see Figure 12-12) The responsibilities of each role are outlined in Table 12-3 Once again, depending on the size of your organization, you may combine roles What is important here is that each function be identified within your IT group It will also be important to ensure that no unnecessary privileges are given to administrators and operators within ADDS All of these roles will need to interact with each other during ongoing operations A regular roundtable discussion is an excellent way for each of the people filling these roles to get to know each other and begin the communication process The frequency of these meetings does not need to be especially high Gauge the number of meetings you need per year according to the objectives you set for your directory There could be as few as two
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Put the VSO Network into Production
FIGURE 12-12 ADDS IT role relationships
meetings per year Depending on the size of your organization, you might restructure your IT group to meet new demands (see Figure 12-13) Also, a shared team site within WSS is a great way to centrally store and protect data about system administration
TIP Microsoft offers a complete Active Directory Operations Guide It is in two parts and is
available at http://technet2microsoftcom/windowsserver/en/library/9c6e4dd4-3877-4100-a8e25c60c5e19bb01033mspx mfr=true It also outlines which role should perform which operation
New Resource Pool Roles
Since the network is now divided into two portions resource pools and virtual service offerings you will need a similar division in your IT roles At the simplest, your resource pool administration team will consist of at least two people who focus only on resource pool management and administration, allocating appropriate resources on an as-needed basis In more complex environments, the resource pool team will be divided into roles listed in Table 12-4 Basically, the resource pool administration team is responsible for all hardware resources and their allocation to provide support for the virtual service offerings This team is a highpowered team that focuses on Server Core and hardware-level operations Because of this, they never interact with end users Instead, they interact with either the Level 3 Help desk technicians from the VSO team or even VSO administrators (see Figure 12-14) It is the VSO Help desk, Levels 1 and 2, that interact with end users, since it is only the VSOs that interact with end users
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