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Q. What term is used to refer to the first domain created in a new Active Directory tree?
A. The first domain created in a tree is referred to as the root domain. Child domains created in the tree share the same namespace as the root domain.
Q. How is a server running Windows Server 2008 configured as a domain controller, such as the domain controller for the root domain or a child domain?
A. Installing the Active Directory on a server running Windows Server 2008 provides you with the option of creating a root domain for a domain tree or of creating child domains in an existing tree. Installing Active Directory on the server makes the server a domain controller.
Q. What are some of the tools used to manage Active Directory objects in a Windows Server 2008 domain?
A. When the Active Directory is installed on a server (making it a domain controller), a set of Active Directory snap-ins is provided. The Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in is used to manage Active Directory objects such as user accounts, computers, and groups. The Active Directory Domains and Trusts snap-in enables you to manage the trusts that are defined between domains. The Active Directory Sites and Services snap-in provides for the management of domain sites and subnets.
Q. How are domain user accounts created and managed?
A. The Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in provides the tools necessary for creating user accounts and managing account properties. Properties for user accounts include settings related to logon hours, the computers to which a user can log on, and the settings related to the user’s password.
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