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design of a domain hierarchy

prettypumpkin1964
I am an IT Administrator for a company implementing a new AD DS infrastructure. Develop a list of business-related questions that you will need to answered in order to accurately designs a domain hierarchy. My job is to determined number od DC's, geographical placement, number of domains/forests and OU design. What do I need to know to effectively accomplish this?
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CG IT
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then you ought to know. If you don't know, if your an IT administrator you should know where to go to find out, If you don't know where to go to find out, and I mentioned where in one of your previous question, and you still ask the question, then your just jerking everyone's chain. .

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prettypumpkin1964
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this is a paper im writing and no u didn't tell me, im a new student on this, not jerking anyones chain, ty

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You can ask for clues, tips or ideas on where to search, books to read, etc., but
it is frowned upon to ask TR members to do your complete assignments.
Check the FAQ prior to posting homework questions.

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prettypumpkin1964
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I wasn't asking anyone to do my homework I was asking for jus that but I had to write out the scenario so someone could help me where to go, books, research, etc,=. I have intentions for anyone to do my homework, thank-you

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prettypumpkin1964
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I HAVE NO INTENTIONS FOR ANYONE TO DO MY HOMEWORK !!!!!!

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PurpleSkys Moderator
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Prettypumpkin, Google is your friend, it is also an invaluable research tool.

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Rob Kuhn
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Maybe in the future you should state first that you are looking for additional tips, advice, etc. then post the actual study question (and post the study question in quotes) rather than just posting it like you did. :)

You might get a more positive response from the rest of us.

Just a thought ... Good luck with your studies :)

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CG IT
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Microsoft Technet

it's where ALL IT administrators go to find out information on Microsoft products including Active Directory, which is, Microsoft's version of Directory Services.

It's there if you care to do the research.

side note: this is from your question on DNS design where I said go visit microsoft technet.

http://www.techrepublic.com/forum/questions/101-392955/dns-scenario?tag=content;forum-table#msg-3681105

So armed with that, you should be able to also go to Microsoft technet and find the information you need for this question.

While it might be laborious to go look, if you have any interest in learning this stuff, you should be there searching and reading all the time

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prettypumpkin1964
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thank-u