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  1. Active Directory Windows2003 Server

  2. Agenda • What is Active Directory • Building an Active Directory • Using Active Directory Features • Active Directory Objects • Auditing Active Directory

  3. Group Names • Charles Guzman • Daniel Gebretensai • Ervand Akopyan • Hovik Gharadaghi

  4. Active Directory

  5. What is Active Directory • Efficient Directory Management service • Based on Standard Internet Protocols • Helps to Clearly Define a Network’s structure

  6. Requirements • The computer must be Windows 2k, 2k3 Server, Advanced Server or Datacenter Server. • At least one volume on the computer must be formatted with NTFS. • DNS must be active on the network prior to AD installation or be installed during AD installation. • DNS must support SRV records and be dynamic. • The computer must have IP protocol installed and have a static IP address. • The Kerberos v5 authentication protocol must be installed. • Time and zone information must be correct.

  7. Installation Of Active Directory

  8. DCPROMO

  9. Why Install DNS? • Clients use DNS to locate Active Directory controllers. • Servers and client computers register their names and IP addresses with the DNS server.

  10. Active Directory • Domains – Group of computers • Domain Trees –Share contiguous Namespace • Domain Forests – Share common directory information • Organizational Units – Subgroup of Domains that mirror an organization

  11. Logical View Child, Tree, Forest

  12. Logical View Child, Tree, Forest

  13. Active Directory • Domains – Group of computers • Domain Trees –Share contiguous Namespace • Domain Forests – Share common directory information • Organizational Units – Subgroup of Domains that mirror an organization

  14. Creating a Child Domain

  15. Requirements • Existing Domain • Member Server