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Take a practice test. Chapter Summary Gathering forest design requirements consists of identifying the role of AD DS in your organization and gathering business, technical, security, network, autonomy, and isola- tion requirements. The three forest models are the organizational forest model, the resource forest model, and the restricted access forest model. Domain design requires you to consider an organization’s security, administrative, and replication requirements. You can implement two domain models: the single domain model and the regional domain model. Gathering site design requirements consists of creating a location map and gathering location data. You can implement two site models: the single site model and the multiple sites model. The three replication topologies are the hub and spoke replication topology, the hybrid replication topology, and the full mesh replication topology. Place the PDC emulator in a central location where the maximum number of clients can connect to the server. The schema master, domain naming master, and the relative identifier (RID) master should be located in a site where another domain controller is a direct replication partner. Case Scenarios In the following case scenarios, you will apply what you’ve learned about designing AD DS for- ests and domains and their topologies. You can find answers to these questions in the “Answers” section at the end of this book.
138 Chapter 2 Review Case Scenario 1: Designing the AD DS Forest You work as an enterprise administrator at Tailspin Toys, which has an existing AD DS forest supported by the Tailspin Toys IT department. Tailspin Toys recently purchased Wingtip Toys. Wingtip Toys does not use AD DS. It has been mandated, however, to move to a centralized model for authentication and authorization and thus will begin using AD DS. Wingtip Toys has its own IT department that will support AD DS. You have been asked to design a forest for Wingtip Toys. The administrators from Tailspin Toys should be permitted only to manage the AD DS forest for Tailspin Toys. The administra- tors from Wingtip Toys should be permitted only to manage the AD DS forest for Wingtip Toys. 1. Will joining the Wingtip Toys computers to the existing Tailspin Toys forest meet the requirements? 2. Will creating a new organizational forest for Wingtip Toys meet the requirements? Case Scenario 2: Designing AD DS Sites You are an enterprise administrator at Woodgrove Bank, which has a single AD DS forest with a dedicated forest root domain named woodgrovebank.com . The woodgrovebank.com forest contains users from the five countries Woodgrove Bank oper- ates in. The Canada location has a direct connection to the United States location through a 1.5-Mbps network link with an average available bandwidth of 75 percent. The Mexico loca- tion has a direct connection to the United States location through a 1.5-Mbps network link with an average available bandwidth of 55 percent. The Italy location has a direct connection

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