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Figure 7-3: Enter the full DNS name of the domain.
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6. The default database and log file locations window appears. By default, these files are stored in C:\WINNT\NTDS. You can change the location by using the Browse buttons, and Microsoft recommends that you place these files on a separate hard disk for maximum performance. Make your selection and click the Next button. 7. Next, the default SYSVOL location is presented (C:\WINNT\SYSVOL). You can also change the SYSVOL location using the Browse button, but SYSVOL must be located on a disk or volume formatted with Windows 2000 NTFS. Make your selection and click Next. 8. The Directory Services Restore Mode window appears. Enter an administrative password that can be used to boot the server into Directory Services Restore Mode and then click Next. 9. A summary window appears. Review your settings and click the Next button to begin the installation. 10. Once the installation is complete, click the Finish button and then reboot your server.
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Once you have a root domain established, you can install child domains as necessary. In Part I of the book, you learned about child domains, also called subdomains. For our discussion, I prefer to use the term child because it more accurately reflects
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the relationship of the domain to its parent. The child domain is a subordinate domain of the root domain, and the child domain follows a few particular rules: A child domain is built on the root domain namespace. It is contiguous in nature because the root domain and child domain share a boundary. For example, if the root domain (parent, in this case) is triton.com, a child domain must follow the triton.com namespace. If there is child domain named namerica, then the child domain s name is namerica.triton.com. Child domains are built on the root domain namespace, and the Active Directory Installation Wizard will not allow you to build them in another manner. The child domain is a part of the root domain s tree. Because it is a portion of the tree, the child domain shares the same Active Directory schema, configuration, and replication information. Child domains are automatically connected to the root domain through a transitive trust relationship. Transitive trusts are two-way trust relationships and allow all domains in a tree to trust each other automatically. Because the trust is transitive, if Domain 1 trusts Domain 2 and Domain 2 trusts Domain 3, then Domain 1 automatically trusts Domain 3 through the transitive nature of the trust. To install a new child domain, begin with the server or Windows NT PDC for that domain. Installing a child domain is just like creating a root domain in terms of the server. If you are converting an existing Windows NT domain to the Active Directory, you begin with the PDC. If you are installing a new domain, begin with the server that will be the first domain controller for that domain. As with other Active Directory configurations, you use the Active Directory Installation Wizard to begin the installation. The following steps show you how to install a child domain: 1. Start the Active Directory Installation Wizard by using the Configure Your Server tool. Click Active Directory in the left pane and then click the Start link that appears in the right window. Or, simply click Start Run and then type dcpromo in the dialog box and click OK. 2. The Active Directory Installation Wizard begins and presents you with a Welcome screen. Click the Next button. 3. In the Domain Controller Type window, click the Domain controller for a new domain radio button, as shown in Figure 7-4, and then click the Next button. 4. In the Create Tree or Child Domain window, click the Create a new child domain in an existing tree radio button, shown in Figure 7-5, and then click the Next button. 5. Enter a valid administrative account, password, and domain name and then click the Next button.
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