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Windows Server® 2008 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Chapter 32. Configuring Active Directory Sites and Replication

As part of the design of Active Directory Domain Service, you should examine the network topology and determine if you need to manage network traffic between subnets or business locations. To manage network traffic related to Active Directory, you use sites, which can be used to reflect the physical topology of your network. Every Active Directory implementation has at least one site. An important part of understanding sites involves understanding Active Directory replication. Active Directory uses two replication models: one model ...

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