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Figure 6-13: Choose a SYSVOL location and click Next.
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9. If you did not configure DNS on another Windows 2000 Server, then a message appears telling you that a DNS server could not be contacted, as shown in Figure 6-14. If a DNS Server could be contacted, the Active Directory Installation Wizard would query the DNS Server to make certain that it supports dynamic updates. By clicking OK to the message, you tell Windows 2000 to install and configure DNS automatically with the Active Directory on this domain controller. Click OK to continue.
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Figure 6-14: Click OK to automatically install DNS.
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10. The next window allows you either to let the Active Directory automatically set up DNS or to choose to install it yourself. Select the Yes button to allow the Active Directory to configure DNS and then click Next. 11. You see a permissions window, shown in Figure 6-15. You have two options. You can choose to use either permissions compatible with Windows NT Server or permissions compatible with Windows 2000 Servers in Windows 2000 domains only. If you use Windows NT permissions, you are using weaker permissions than those offered in Windows 2000, specifically in that anonymous users can see domain information if anonymous logon is allowed. If your upgrade to Windows 2000 will take time, use the NT permissions options. If you are upgrading all at once and you have no intention of using NT Servers in the future, choose the 2000 permissions radio button. Make your selection and click the Next button.
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Figure 6-15: Select the desired permissions and click Next.
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12. The Active Directory contains a Restore Mode option that allows you to restore Active Directory data when a domain controller failure occurs. The use of Restore Mode is password protected as a security measure. The Restore Mode window asks you to enter a Restore Mode password and confirm the password. You will need this password if you ever have to use Restore Mode. Enter a password, confirm it, and then click the Next button. 13. A summary window appears, as shown in Figure 6-16. Review your selections and use the Back button if you need to change anything. If the information is correct, click the Next button.
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Figure 6-16: Review your settings and click Next.
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14. Setup begins configuring the Active Directory, as shown in Figure 6-17. Configuration may take several minutes. Once the installation is complete, you are prompted to reboot the server. Once the reboot takes place, the installation is complete, and your former member server is now an Active Directory domain controller for the root domain.
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Figure 6-17: Configuration of the Active Directory
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In this chapter, we examined the issues and installation of the Active Directory root domain. Active Directory installation is not difficult due to the Active Directory Installation Wizard, which is available by using the Configure Your Server tool or by using the dcpromo command. Before beginning the installation of the root domain, you should make certain that you have an understanding of domain controller functions, including the use of master operation roles in the Active Directory. Also, before installing the Active Directory in a new domain on a new server, make certain the server s hardware can support the demands of the Active Directory and the master operation roles assigned to the first domain controller in the root domain. In the case of an upgrade from NT, begin with the PDC in the old Windows NT domain so that your accounts are migrated to the Active Directory. Install Windows 2000 Server on the PDC first and then continue with the installation to begin the domain upgrade.
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he installation of the first domain controller in your first Windows 2000 domain creates a new forest and the domain root for the first tree. From this domain root, all other domains within that tree are built. Once you have installed your first domain controller and have established your root domain, you can then begin the process of implementing the rest of your Active Directory network. That implementation task may involve several different actions, including adding new domain controllers to an existing domain, creating new child and grandchild domains, creating new trees, or possibly even uninstalling the Active Directory. This chapter also addresses Active Directory operations master locations and how to move master roles to different computers. As with all aspects of an Active Directory implementation, continue to proceed carefully and cautiously, testing your Active Directory implementation along the way.
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