Microsoft Active Directory Branch Office Guide: Deployment and Operations

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This guide is aimed at network managers, system integrators, and consultants involved in Active Directory branch office implementations, either in their own organizations or for client companies. By implementing the procedures in this document, you should be able to deploy and maintain Active Directory in a large branch office environment.

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Overview

This guide is aimed at network managers, system integrators, and consultants involved in Active Directory branch office implementations, either in their own organizations or for client companies. By implementing the procedures in this document, you should be able to deploy and maintain Active Directory in a large branch office environment.

Deploying Active Directory™ directory service in a large branch office environment, in which each branch will have a domain controller locally and branches may be connected to the corporate data center through low-speed links, can be a complicated procedure. This guide intends to simplify this process by providing you with a series of easily understand-able steps that will help you achieve your goal of implementing Active Directory in a branch office environment of 100 or more branches.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735618251
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 7/24/2002
  • Pages: 208

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Table of Contents

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Chapter 1: Overview of Deploying and Operating Active Directory for Branch Office Environments;
1.1 Introduction;
1.2 Active Directory Implementation Plan;
1.3 More Information;
Chapter 2: Building the Forest Root Domain and Central Hub Site;
2.1 Introduction;
2.2 Process Flowchart;
2.3 Deployment Considerations;
2.4 Topology Overview;
2.5 Install Windows 2000 Operating System and Service Packs;
2.6 Install Branch Office Share and Scripts;
2.7 Configure TCP/IP Settings;
2.8 Create DNS Zones;
2.9 Create the Forest Root Domain Controllers;
2.10 Configure DNS Forwarders;
2.11 Prepare the Active Directory Forest for Exchange 2000;
2.12 Creating the Hub Site;
2.13 Verify the Root Domain Configuration;
2.14 Summary;
Chapter 3: Building the Branch Office Domain and Bridgehead Servers;
3.1 Introduction;
3.2 Process Flowchart;
3.3 Configure DNS Forwarding;
3.4 Delegate and Create branches.corp.hay-buv.com domain;
3.5 Creating the Bridgehead Domain Controllers;
3.6 Transfering OPerations Master Roles and Creating Global Catalog Servers;
3.7 Verify the Branch Office Domain Configuration;
3.8 Summary;
Chapter 4: Pre-Staging Configuration at the Hub;
4.1 Introduction;
4.2 Process Flowchart;
4.3 Deployment Considerations;
4.4 Disabling Automatic Site-Link Bridging;
4.5 Creating the Staging Site and the Branch Office Sites;
4.6 Disabling the Inter-Site Topology Generator;
4.7 Disabling the Intrasite KCC for the Staging Site;
4.8 Creating Your Hub and Spoke Topology;
4.9 Configure the Branch Domain Controller Installation Scripts;
4.10 Summary;
Chapter 5: Creating and Configuring the Staging Domain Controller;
5.1 Introduction;
5.2 Process Flowchart;
5.3 Deployment Considerations;
5.4 Installing the Staging Site Source Domain Controller;
5.5 Configuring and Verifying DNS;
5.6 Promoting and Configuring the Domain Controller;
5.7 Creating Connection Objects;
5.8 Quality Assurance and Monitoring of the Staging Site Domain Controller;
5.9 Summary;
Chapter 6: Staging a Branch Office Domain Controller;
6.1 Introduction;
6.2 Process Flowchart;
6.3 Deployment Considerations;
6.4 Installing a Staged Domain Controller;
6.5 Verifying DNS;
6.6 Promoting and Configuring the Branch Office Domain Controller;
6.7 Post DCPROMO Quality Assurance of Branch Office Domain Controller;
6.8 Summary;
Chapter 7: Pre-Shipment Configuration of the Branch Office Domain Controller;
7.1 Introduction;
7.2 Process Flowchart;
7.3 Deployment Considerations;
7.4 Verifying the Site and Moving the Domain Controller to its Destination Site;
7.5 Verifying the ISTG is Off on the Staged Domain Controller;
7.6 Creating the Branch Office Domain Controller’s Connection Objects;
7.7 Configuring TCP/IP for the Branch Office and FRS for Shipment;
7.8 Summary;
Chapter 8: Quality Assurance of the Domain Controller at the Branch Office;
8.1 Introduction;
8.2 Process Flowchart;
8.3 Deployment Considerations;
8.4 Final Configuration of the Domain Controller at the Branch Office;
8.5 Summary;
Chapter 9: Post Deployment Monitoring of Domain Controllers;
9.1 Introduction;
9.2 Monitoring Considerations;
9.3 Using the Quality Assurance Scripts to Monitor Active Directory and FRS;
9.4 General Domain Controller Monitoring;
9.5 Monitoring Active Directory Replication;
9.6 Monitoring FRS Replication;
9.7 Summary;
Chapter 10: Disaster Recovery for Branch Office Environments;
10.1 Introduction;
10.2 Active Directory Backup and Restore;
10.3 Active Directory Disaster Recovery;
10.4 Restoring Active Directory;
10.5 Repairing Active Directory;
10.6 Using Windows 2000 Terminal Services to Remotely Back up and Restore Active Directory;
10.7 Staging Replacement Domain Controllers for Remote Locations;
10.8 Summary;
Chapter 11: Troubleshooting Guidelines for Branch Office Environments;
11.1 Introduction;
11.2 Troubleshooting;
11.3 TCP/IP AND DNS Configuration;
11.4 Active Directory Replication Troubleshooting;
11.5 Troubleshooting No Inbound Neighbors;
11.6 Troubleshooting Replication Errors;
11.7 Fallback Plans;
11.8 Troubleshooting FRS;
11.9 Non-authoritative FRS Restore;
11.10 Summary;

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