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This point is extremely important Even though you can secure domain controllers by locking down the system and placing servers in locked computer rooms, you should be absolutely sure that any DCs that will be in remote locations are under the responsibility of people in whom you have absolute trust If you do not have this level of trust, then use a read-only domain controller Because of its multimaster replication model, ADDS will accept changes to its content and structure from any DC, except, of course, for RODCs A rogue domain administrator who has physical access to a DC can do a lot of damage in a forest For example, they can take the DC offline and edit the directory store in debug mode, adding special access rights for themselves Once the DC is back online, these changes are replicated to all other DCs There are ways to control this by securing the directory beyond the defaults, and they will be discussed in 11 For now, use the RODC role each time you feel the need to place a DC for increased service levels in a remote office but you cannot guarantee its absolute control
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Using an e-mail-like logon name (name@domain) or a UPN will also only work if a forest trust is in place Global Catalog replication is limited to a single forest, unless there is a forest trust in place
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Now that you re comfortable with the forest concept, you can identify the number of forests you need Use the following examples to review the forest creation process
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example Small organizations organizations that are mostly located within a single site or that have fewer than 500 users will most likely implement single domain forests Because of this, all objects will be contained within the forest root domain While it is always best to use multiple domains, it is good practice to use a single domain forest when the number of objects it contains is so small You must however maintain proper management and security practices in regards to the ADDS forest The first example focuses on a medium-sized organization with 5000 users It is distributed geographically into ten regions, but each region is administered from a central location The organization operates under a single public name and delivers the same services in each region Because the organization has a buy, don t build policy, it tries to make use of commercial software whenever possible, but even with this policy, it still needs to create custom code or adapt existing applications Because of this, it requires a separate development environment In addition, it has had a lot of growing pains in the past because of friction between IT and Information Systems (IS) In fact, IS was seriously disappointed when IT created a single-master domain network with Windows NT In their forest design, this organization would create at least two, possibly three or more, permanent forests:
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A production forest that replaces the single-master Windows NT domain A staging forest to test, analyze and prepare new products for integration, especially those that may integrate with Active Directory and modify its basic database schema A development forest to allow the testing and development of corporate applications that take advantage of schema customizations or ADLDS implementations A separate forest may also be created for the extranet Because this forest is exposed through the security perimeter of the network, it is separate from the production forest No trust would be established between three of these forests: production, staging, and development In this model, the lack of trusts is represented by bold black lines separating each Active Directory database (see Figure 5-7) There may, however, be a trust established between the perimeter forest and the production forest, but since the nature of this trust (one-way, explicit, domain-to-domain) is not completely precise at this time, its boundary with the production forest is displayed as a dotted line
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