70-640_Lesson01_PPT_041009

70-640_Lesson01_PPT_041009 - OverviewofActiveDirectory

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Overview of Active Directory  Overview of Active Directory  Domain Services Domain Services Lesson 1
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Chapter Objectives Chapter Objectives Identify Active Directory functions and  Benefits. Identify the major components that  make up an Active Directory structure. Identify how DNS relates to Active  Directory. Identify Forest and Domain Functional  Levels.
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Directory Service Directory Service A network service that identifies all  resources on a network and makes  those resources accessible to users  and applications. The most common directory service  standards are: X.500 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol  (LDAP)
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X.500 X.500 Uses a hierarchical approach in which  objects are organized in a similar way  to the files and folders on a hard drive.
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Lightweight Directory Access Protocol  Lightweight Directory Access Protocol  (LDAP) (LDAP) Industry standard. Slim-down version of X.500 modified to  run over the TCP/IP network.
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Active Directory Active Directory A directory service that uses the “tree”  concept for managing resources on a  Windows network. Stores information about the network  resources and services, such as user  data, printer, servers, databases,  groups, computers, and security  policies. Identifies all resources on a network  and makes them accessible to users  and applications.
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Active Directory Active Directory Used in: Windows 2000 Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2008 Subsequent versions of Active  Directory have introduced new  functionality and security features.
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Active Directory Active Directory Windows Server 2008 provides two  directory services: Active Directory Domain Services (AD  DS) Active Directory Lightweight Directory  Services (AD LDS)
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Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) Provides the full-fledged directory  service that is referred to as Active  Directory in Windows Server 2008 and  previous versions of Windows Server.
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course TECHNOLOGY MNE 210 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Sullivan.

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