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Learning guide: Planning and designing your Active Directory

SearchWin2000.com editorial team


Active Directory is Microsoft's trademarked directory service. An integral part of the Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 architecture, AD will be one of the most challenging aspects of your Windows NT migration. We've gathered a wealth of information to get you up-to-speed quickly.

Part one of the guide covers planning and designing your AD. Once you've mastered this section, go on to part two,

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Managing your Active Directory. If you still have unanswered AD questions, our expert Laura Hunter is standing by to answer them. Also, drop me an e-mail to let me know what other learning guides you'd like to see on SearchWin2000.com. Brendan Cournoyer, Assistant Editor.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
   Active Directory basics
   Planning your Active Directory
   Active Directory migration
   Active Directory deployment
   Resources
   More Learning Guides


Active Directory basics
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Planning your Active Directory
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Active Directory migration
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Active Directory deployment
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Resources
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Go on to part two, Managing your Active Directory.


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