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Can I create a Win2k server forest and child?

How do we create a Win2000 server forest and child? What about the Active Directory configuration? And what are the requirements for a Win2k server forest?
Forests, as an Active Directory container, do not have children or parents. Forests are self-contained namespaces. Forests are comprised of multiple domains, arranged in branching designs. Domains have children. Since you seem to be unfamiliar with these issues, I would suggest you get an introductory book explaining all the details, such as Windows Server 2003 for Dummies, which will help you get up to speed on these topics. Best of luck on your learning journey.
This was first published in August 2003

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