Windows Server 2008 Planning for Upgrades in an Existing Forest
Most of the time, whenever you are trying to upgrade a server farm from one version of Windows to another, you’re trying to upgrade within the same forest and more than likely within the same domain. Accordingly, you first have to remember the basic and essential commands to upgrade a domain controller, prep a domain, prep a forest, and prep an environ- ment for a Windows Server 2008 read-only Windows 7 Exam domain controller (RODC). In the following sections, you will examine these processes one at a time, beginning with the forest-level and domain-level prep commands.
18. Select the Forestwide Authentication button when asked about policies in the tar-get forest, and then click Next. Alternatively, at this point you can select individual access to each domain and server that you want to make available with the Selective Authentication button.
19. Select the Forestwide Authentication button when asked about policies in the local forest, and then click Next. Alternatively, at this point you can select individual access to each domain and server that you want to make available with the Selective Authentication button.
20. Click Next on the summary screen.
21. Click Next on the con?rmation screen.
22. On the next two screens, select the radio buttons to con?rm the forest trust, and then click Finish.
23. You can test your forest trust by accessing the Active Microsoft MCTS Training Directory Domains And Trusts tool once again, right-clicking the Active Directory Domains And Trusts section above the domain.com name, and selecting Change Forest. Then, enter the domain2.com domain name, and you will see the domains swap. It’s a very rewarding feeling.
Both adprep /forestprep and adprep /domainprep require you to be logged in as an enterprise administrator. This command is used when first setting up an Active Directory forest for Windows Server 2008. This command prepares Active Directory to receive Windows Server 2008 from any version of Windows Server that supports Active Directory (Windows 2000 Server and newer). This command needs to be given only once for the entire forest. Afterward, you can go to the individual domains of your enterprise.
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