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Windows Server® 2008 R2 Administration: Instant Reference by Chris Henley, Matthew Hester

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Chapter 5. Managing and Replicating Active Directory

IN THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL LEARN TO:

  • MANAGE THE ACTIVE DIRECTORY DATABASE (Pages 158–176)

    • Maintain FSMO Roles (Page 159)

    • Transfer FSMO Roles (Page 161)

    • Defragment the Directory Database (Page 165)

    • Audit Active Directory Service (Page 168)

    • Use Fine-Grained Password Policy (Page 171)

    • Create PSOs (Page 172)

  • UNDERSTAND ACTIVE DIRECTORY REPLICATION (Pages 176–181)

    • Understand the Components of Replication (Page 177)

    • Understand the Physical Constructs of Replication (Page 179)

An Active Directory database brings some tremendous benefits to a network of users and computers. Authentication, organization, permission controls, policy applications, resource management, and sharing are all key benefits. When you implement ...

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