Global Catalog Case Study

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Lab 4 global catalog and flexible single master operations (FSMO) roles This lab contains the following projects and activities: Project 4.1Project 4.2Project 4.3 | The Global Catalog and Windows Server 2003 Domain Functional LevelEnabling Universal Group Membership CachingWorking with Flexible Single Master Operations Roles | Lab Review Questions | | Lab Challenge 4.1 | Using the DNS Console to Verify Global Catalog Records on the DNS Server | Lab Challenge 4.2 | Verifying FSMO Role Holders with DCDIAG | Lab Challenge 4.3 | Determining Whether an Attribute Is Replicated in the Global Catalog | Before You Begin Lab 4 assumes that setup has been completed as specified in the setup document and that your computer has connectivity…show more content…
She asks you to verify which servers hold all of the FSMO roles. You want to use DCDiag to output the FSMO role holders to a file named FSMO.txt on the C:\ drive. | Outcomes | After completing this exercise, you will know how to: Use DCDiag to list the FSMO role holders. | Completion time | 10 minutes | Precautions | N/A | Locate the domain controllers that hold the FSMO roles in the enterprise by using the DCDiag tool, which is used to perform diagnostic tests on Windows Server 2008 computers. Use the command dcdiag /? to help you figure out the proper syntax. LAB CHALLENGE 4.3 | Determining Whether an Attribute is Replicated in the Global Catalog | Overview | Your manager wants to know if the sIDHistory attribute is maintained in the global catalog server. | Outcomes | After completing this exercise, you will know how to: View the properties of an Active Directory attribute. | Completion time | 20 minutes | Precautions | To use the Active Directory Schema snap-in, you must register it by keying regsvr32 schmmgmt.dll at the command line. | Use the Active Directory Schema snap-in and locate the properties of the sIDHistory

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