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Ch 9: Installing Windows Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2016

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If you're trying to finish your homework or get ready for an upcoming exam, this chapter on installing Windows active directory domain services can help. You'll find short lessons and corresponding self-assessment quizzes that can assist you in mastering these concepts.

Installing Windows Active Directory Domain Services - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our experienced instructors explain how to install Windows active directory domain services. Use any mobile device or computer to study topics including the function of a domain controller and forests in Windows server active directory. These lessons are self-paced so you can move as quickly or as slowly as you need in order to achieve your goals. The comprehensive test at the end of the chapter is a handy way to make sure you're ready to move on. Once you finish these lessons, you should be able to:

  • Define domain controller and share its function
  • Outline the purpose of forests in Windows server active directory
  • Explain the installation and processes associated with the AD domain services role in Windows server 2016
  • Detail the installation of AD domain services on a server core in Windows server 2016
  • Use IaaS to install AD domain services in Azure

6 Lessons in Chapter 9: Installing Windows Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2016
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What is a Domain Controller? - Definition & Function

1. What is a Domain Controller? - Definition & Function

In today's digital world, everything has a password. You need a password to access your computer and shared resources at work. In this lesson, we'll learn about managing passwords in a networked environment through the use of domain controllers.

Forests in Windows Server Active Directory: Definition & Purpose

2. Forests in Windows Server Active Directory: Definition & Purpose

In this lesson, you will learn about forests in relation to Windows Active Directory. You will also learn about forest design models and functional levels.

AD Domain Services Role in Windows Server 2016: Installation & Processes

3. AD Domain Services Role in Windows Server 2016: Installation & Processes

This lesson involves configuring a basic Active Directory installation on Windows Server 2016 step-by-step, explaining domain controllers and the creation of a new domain architecture on a Windows server.

AD Domain Services Role in Windows Server 2016: Configuring System Replication & Redundancy

4. AD Domain Services Role in Windows Server 2016: Configuring System Replication & Redundancy

This lesson explains advanced Active Directory configuration and processes, including installing secondary domain controllers, and using DFS-R to provide file services in a domain. This lesson also explains the steps to migrate an old domain to DFS-R, as well as creating child domains for administrative or other purposes.

Installing AD Domain Services on a Server Core in Windows Server 2016

5. Installing AD Domain Services on a Server Core in Windows Server 2016

This lesson outlines how to configure Active Directory Domain Services on the Server Core edition of Windows Server 2016. It also explains how to use the Install From Media feature to instantly bring new domain controllers into operation, and finally describes recommended procedures for upgrading ADDS to newer versions of Windows Server.

Windows Server 2016: Installing AD Domain Services in Azure Using IaaS

6. Windows Server 2016: Installing AD Domain Services in Azure Using IaaS

In this lesson, you will learn about how to install Active Directory Domain Services in Azure using IaaS, how to remove a domain controller and configure the global catalog as well as the steps to troubleshoot DNS registration failure.

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