Configuring a forest root domain on Windows Server 2008 R2

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8 responses to “Configuring a forest root domain on Windows Server 2008 R2”

  1. kflabs says :

    If you are saying about test environments, it would be nice to explain the basis such as what is default gateway in your configuration and how did you configure VMs settings. With those small topics it would be great start-up guide for people who want to prepare their first domain-based test env.

    Anyway, it’s really good job! You’re always first, even though I’ve started to think about something similar about half year ago. 🙂

    Looking forward for some beer with you!

    • iSiek says :

      Thank you! I wanted to make this article as clear as possible about Directory Services.
      VM is another category in my mind for the future articles (Hyper-V and VMWare solutions). And I’m sorry about undiscussed networking part in the article. I think I can try to describe some basis.
      Thank you for highlighting this part.

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