Discussion 4 - Trusts - Why"Trusts .Thinkabouthowyou...

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Why "Trusts?" This is probably a good time to move our thinking up a level of abstraction. Think about how you  would explain to organizational managers -- non-IT managers -- what we've been learning about  during this module.  Perhaps the following questions can help stimulate your thoughts as to how to  explain and justify the need to "do trusts" within the organization's IT infrastructures: 1. In situations like you encountered in the Lab, why did you configure a delegated subdomain  record in DNS on LON-DC1 before adding the child domain na.adatum.com? You may choose to deploy multiple forest to meet your needs.  • Domain replication requirements
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  • Fall '16
  • child domain, Windows Azure, delegated subdomain record, child domain na.adatum.com, Domain replication requirements, Distributed administration requirements

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