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If schema modifications are necessary, always use a test machine first, so you can study the impact of the modification before implementing the modification in a production environment.
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Fortunately, modifying the schema is not an operation that just any administrator can perform. In order to modify the schema, you must be a member of the Schema Admins group. Only a few senior administrators should be members of this group, and if and when schema modifications are necessary, the entire group should meet and work together on the schema modification. So, protect the membership of this group carefully. Also, you must modify the schema on the domain controller that holds the schema master flexible single master operation (FSMO) role. You cannot modify the schema on any other domain controller, and there is only one schema master in the forest. The domain controller that holds this FSMO role should be carefully protected, as you can imagine.
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We have explored the concept of inheritance in several chapters throughout the book, and it is a concept you will consider often in a Windows 2000 network. The same is true for schema modifications. If you need to create a new class, inheritance can greatly help you or cause you a lot of problems. Remember that the schema is a Directory Information Tree (DIT), and with the DIT, there are parent classes and child classes. Child classes inherit the properties of the parent, which in this case are the attributes. Mandatory and optional attributes defined for the parent class are automatically inherited by child classes. For example, consider the User class. You want to create a subclass of the User class called Temps to create objects for temporary employees. When you create the Temps subclass, it inherits the attributes from the parent class. Then, all you need do is define additional attributes for the Temps subclass. In this case, inheritance has helped you by providing User class attributes you will need for the Temps subclass. Of course, imagine the reverse. You create a subclass under an inappropriate parent class and attributes are inherited. What if there are mandatory attributes inherited that do not fit with your new class This situation can be problematic, so once again, planning and careful research is of key importance. As you plan, examine how your new class will fit into the DIT and how inheritance will work.
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You can modify the schema in a couple of ways. First, you can use the Schema Manager console, which is a part of the AdminPak tools found on your Windows 2000 installation CD-ROM. You can also use Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI), which gives you more powerful editing options. Finally, you can make modifications programmatically using such programming languages as Visual Basic and C++. In this section, we explore the use of the Schema Manager and ADSI.
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Once again, as a final warning, you should use these tools only on a test machine until you are ready to make actual schema modifications. Changes in a production environment are replicated to all domain controllers in all domains and may have devastating effects if edits are not correctly performed.
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The Schema Manager is an MMC snap-in tool like your other Active Directory tools. It is not installed by default, but is available once you install the AdminPak tools.
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See Appendix C for AdminPak installation instructions.
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Once the AdminPak tools are installed, you can manually load the Schema Manager by following these steps: 1. On the schema master domain controller, click Start Run, type MMC, and click OK. 2. Click Console Add/Remove snap-in. 3. Click Add in the snap-in window. 4. In the Standalone snap-in window, select Active Directory Schema and then click Add. 5. Click Close on the Standalone snap-in window and then click OK. 6. The Schema Manager snap-in is loaded, as shown in Figure 14-3.
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