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uses TantTnet, a registered DNS name, as a forest root Next, it uses either a geographic naming scheme for child domains (single-letter code for region and three-digit number code for each region) or a functional scheme (function name, such as IntranetTandTnet) Finally, servers and PCs can use up to five letters for the function code, along with three digits, to identify the number of machines offering this function An example would be ADDSDC001 IntranetTandTnet for the Active Directory PDC Emulator in the Intranet child domain of the TandTnet forest Forest, tree, and domain names should be considered static You should try to find a name you will not need to change, even if you know you can later The domain and domain controller renaming process in Windows Server 2008 is complex and can cause service outages Geographic names are often the best In most cases, it takes a lot of momentum to change a geographic name, so they are considered quite stable Don t use organizational structure to name domains, unless you are confident that it is and will remain stable Table 5-3 lists the types of objects that you could place within domains and the holding domain for each object Each object will require a naming structure
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Objects Internal regular PCs Internal portables External PCs for development (outsourced) Managed external PCs Unmanaged external PCs Multimedia PCs Member servers (Services: Terminal Services, Web, SQL Server, etc ) Domain controllers Quotas shared folders Printers and printer queues Meeting rooms Projectors, shared PCs Service accounts User accounts Administrators Technicians/installers Groups Generic accounts Organizational units Domain administrators Applications TABLE 5-3
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Part III:
Design Server Roles
Naming Best Practices
Use the following best practices to name your ADDS forests: Use standard Internet characters If they work on the Internet, they will definitely work in your network Avoid accents and solely numeric names, even though the DNS namespace now supports Unicode characters Keep it simple; this is always the best approach Use 15 characters or less for each name For the root name, use a simple, short name that is representative of the identity of the organization Follow all DNS standards and make sure your internal name is different from your external name Use different, but related names for the resource pool and the VSO directories For example, your resource pool forest could be named TandTms (for Microsoft) while your VSO forest could be TandTnet Finally, before proceeding, find out if the name is available and then buy it DNS is a cornerstone of Active Directory Domain Services Since it is designed to manage the ADDS namespace, Microsoft has vastly enhanced the Windows DNS service It can now be completely integrated with Active Directory Domain Services In fact, it should be, because proper ADDS operation depends on DNS, since DNS is used to locate domain controllers at logon In addition, when running the DNS service on domain controllers, the DNS data is incorporated into the ADDS database and replicated securely along with other ADDS data Since the data is available to any DC, even RODCs, you should make sure the DNS service is available on the DC as well so that it can provide this information to users You should also avoid using third-party DNS servers with Windows, especially if they are non-Windows based This is a hard sell, especially if your DNS namespace is managed by non-Windows administrators At the very worst, make a deal: Anything Windows is managed by ADDS DNS, and everything else is not WS08 brings several enhancements to the DNS service, so long as it is integrated with ADDS With WS08, the DNS service has moved from being simply a network infrastructure service to an Active Directory Domain Services and Windows based service Therefore, both roles DC and DNS should always be married together as much as possible Your forest design can now be named As mentioned earlier, the production forest belongs to the T&T Corporation Their Internet name is TandTcom They have researched and bought TandTnet It will be the name for their forest root Sub-domains are named after their function The production domain is named with something more meaningful to users, such as IntranetTandTnet Development, training, and staging domains are named as such The external forest found in the perimeter is named TandTcom The staging forest is named TandTLab, and the development forest is named TandTDev These forests do not require registered DNS names, since they are not production environments and are volatile in nature The impact of recreating or renaming a staging or development forest is always much smaller than for the production forest Volatile or utility forests can be named when needed This model will be illustrated further in this chapter when more design components have been completed
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