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Chapter 4.3. Configuring a Domain Contro... > Configuring Active Directory Replica...

Configuring Active Directory Replication

The first Domain Controller that you install in your enterprise will automatically be placed in the Windows 2000 site Default-First-Site-Name. If you do not configure sites and subnets in Windows 2000, all subsequent Domain Controllers will also be added to that site. If you are installing Windows 2000 on a single Local Area Network (LAN) or on a group of LANs connected with high-speed links, no further configuration is necessary.

However, if your implementation includes multiple locations that are connected with less than a T1, you will want to configure Windows 2000 sites. Windows 2000 sites not only allow you to control how the Active Directory replicates and where clients seek authentication services, but you can effectively utilize site-aware client server applications—for example, the Windows 2000 Distributed File System (DFS).


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