Active Directory Best Practices Migrating, Designing, and by Brad Price

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If the battles rage on and you need to settle the disputes, there is nothing like having someone with lots of clout in your corner. Multiple Forests Pros and Cons Seeing multiple forests within a medium-sized client is not uncommon. One of my Active Directory clients had about 2,000 people and six forests. They used one for production, one for development, two for extranet applications, and two for development that mimicked the extranet production forests. This was a good, secure design for them.

Using nested groups in Windows 2000 helps alleviate the 5,000-member limit by allowing a single group object (which may contain thousands of members) to count as one object in the group in which it is put. Group nesting also allows you to apply the “most restrictive/most inclusive” nesting strategy to make administration of resources easier. In most organizations, you will find that there are employees who need access to the same resources. These employees may have different levels of authority within the organization, yet they have similar resource access needs.

By default, when a domain is created, a trust relationship is built between the new domain and its parent. In a single tree, the trust relationships are parent-child trusts. When a new domain tree is created, a tree-root trust is created between the forest root and the root of the new tree. You cannot control this behavior. The Active Directory promotion tool, Dcpromo, is responsible for creating the trust relationships and configuring how they will work. When the trust relationships are in place, each domain will allow requests to flow up the tree in an attempt to secure Kerberos access to a resource.

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