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Install AD LDS via the normal roles method in Server Manager, and there are no questions to answer A separate wizard creates the actual AD LDS instances after you install the role The AD LDS Setup Wizard is available via the Administrative Tools group Or you can access it via the AD LDS Role area within Server Manager through the AD LDS Setup Wizard link in the Advanced Tools area
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Let s create an AD LDS instance Initiate the wizard The rst welcome screen informs you how powerful the directory service you are about to install is Click Next The next screen allows you to create a new unique instance of AD LDS Think of it like creating a new domain in a new forest with AD (Because it has a separate schema, it s a new forest instead of a new domain ) Or you can add a replica of an existing instance, which is like adding a new DC to an existing domain in AD terms, as shown in Figure 13-2
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FIGURE 13-2 Create a new AD LDS instance Now enter a unique AD LDS instance name for this server This becomes the name of the AD LDS instance service name (Although in
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Figure 13-3 it still has ADAM_ pre xed to the name, not AD LDS) Make this a meaningful name (for example, CRMApp), especially if you will be running multiple AD LDS instances
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FIGURE 13-3 Naming the AD LDS instance The next screen asks for the port to use for LDAP and SSL communication By default the ports are 389 and 636, respectively, which are the correct ports for these services However, you cannot use these ports if the server is a domain controller (because the AD already uses these ports), or if you have another AD LDS instance already using the ports Each AD LDS instance must use unique LDAP and SSL port numbers If you are not using the default 389 and 636 ports, you must pick unique numbers between 1025 and 65535 Numbers below 1025 are reserved for other services to listen and operate on In this example, con gure the CRM instance to listen for LDAP on port 5000 and SSL on port 5001, as shown in Figure 13-4 The next dialog asks whether to create an application partition This depends on the application that will be using the AD LDS instance Some applications create their own directory partitions and con gure the schema; in that case you select No to creating an application directory partition, which is the default Alternatively you can select Yes and enter the distinguished name for the partition, which must be unique in the AD LDS instance It can be the same name as other application partitions in other instances, although this is not recommended In this case, create a CRM application partition in the savilltechnet namespace (for example,
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CN=CRM,DC=Savilltech,DC=net) as shown in Figure 13-5 Remember, this is just a name; it is not linked to savilltechnet in any way It just gives the environment a coherent namespace
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FIGURE 13-4 Customizing the LDAP and SSL ports
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FIGURE 13-5 Creating an application directory partition in your AD LDS instance The next dialog is the location for the AD LDS instance, which by default is location C:\Program Files\Microsoft ADAM\<AD LDS instance name (for example, CRM)>\data However, you can change the paths as
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required If this AD LDS instance will be heavily used, move the locations off the system partition and separate the data and recovery les onto different volumes The next dialog prompts for the service under which to run the AD LDS instance The default is to use the Network service account, which is a built-in account with authority like a normal authenticated user If special permission or access is necessary, specify an alternative account to run the AD LDS instance The next screen selects who has administrative permissions for the AD LDS instance By default, the logged-on user receives administrative permissions You can select an alternative user (or, more likely, a group) to have administrative permissions The last con guration dialog enables you to select which LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) les to import They de ne the schema con guration Select these les even if you elected not to create a directory partition Load schema de nitions for InetOrgPerson types, users, and other types, as shown in Figure 13-6 If you want to use the AD Sites and Services MMC snap-in, load in the MS-ADLDS-DisplaySpeci ers-0409LDF le If you need to add custom object classes and attributes, use the ldifde command with the i switch to import and the f switch to pass the LDIF le that contains the new schema con guration to be imported Look at the help on ldifde for full information on modifying the schema You can also use the normal schema management MMC snap-in
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