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Microsoft® Windows Server 2003: Administrator’s Companion by Jason Gerend, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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Using Active Directory Sites and Services

Active Directory Sites and Services is a snap-in for the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) that administrators use to create and manage the sites that make up a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 network as well as to establish links between sites. A site, in Active Directory terminology, is defined as a group of computers on one or more Internet Protocol subnets that are well connected. A subnet is a network that is a component of a larger network. For more information about subnets, see Chapter 15.

Well connected means that the systems share a network transport that provides low-cost, high-speed communications between the machines and typically refers to systems in a single location that are connected ...

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