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Active Directory® Administrator's Pocket Consultant by William Stanek

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Configuring Site Links and Intersite Replication

You use site links to connect two or more sites for the purpose of replication. When you install Active Directory in a new forest, a new site link called the DEFAULTIPSITELINK is created in the IP container for the first default site. You can separately create any additional links that are needed. You create and manage site links by using the Active Directory Sites And Services console.

Understanding Site Links

Sites you add are included in the default site link unless you have configured other site links. If all of the network connections between sites are the same speed and priority, this default configuration can work without your having to create additional site links. With this configuration, ...

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