Avoiding Active Directory's trouble spots

If you're like nearly half of Microsoft's enterprise customers, you are still in the process of moving servers off of NT and onto Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003, and you are still sweating over building your Active Directory. Active Directory still finds ways to vex IT managers, with most issues occurring in the design phases. Kenton Gardinier, a senior consultant with Oakland, Calif.-based Convergent Computing -- and an author, public speaker and Windows expert -- points out some of the common misperceptions of Active Directory and ways to navigate around problem spots.

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