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Published on June 16, 2007

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Slide1:  Donnie Hamlett donnieh@microsoft.com Sr. Solutions Specialist Microsoft Corp: State and Local Government What Will We Cover?:  What Will We Cover? Security, Manageability, and Reliability Read-Only Domain Controllers Role-Specific Servers Windows Server 'Longhorn' Group Policy Agenda:  Agenda Introducing Windows Server 'Longhorn' Directory Services Reviewing Read-Only DC Examining Admin Role Separation Introducing the Server Core Reviewing Group Policy Changes Improved Security:  DNS and DC Support Active Directory Roles for Server Core Common Criteria Auditing Improved Security Enhanced Manageability:  Enhanced Manageability Improvements to DCPROMO UI and Active Directory Administrator tools UI DFSR for SYSVOL (aka FRS V2) Administrator role separation on RODC Delegated DCPROMO for RODC DNS improvements include: Auto-configuration installation Read-only Active Directory integrated Zone for RODC New 'next closest site' locator option Agenda:  Introducing Windows Server 'Longhorn' Directory Services Reviewing Read-Only DC Examining Admin Role Separation Introducing the Server Core Reviewing Group Policy Changes Agenda Read-Only DC Value Proposition:  Read-Only DC Value Proposition Branch Office Guide Recommendations RODC Deployment Prerequisites:  Multiple Windows Server 'Longhorn' DCs per Domain One RODC per Domain per Site No patching to down-level DCs or clients is needed Windows Server 2003 Forest Functional Mode One Windows Server 'Longhorn' DC RODC Deployment Prerequisites Works in existing environments Incorporating RODCs into AD Design:  Incorporating RODCs into AD Design RODC Futures (Beta 3):  RODC Futures (Beta 3) Agenda:  Introducing Windows Server 'Longhorn' Directory Services Reviewing Read-Only DC Examining Admin Role Separation Introducing the Server Core Reviewing Group Policy Changes Agenda Administrator Role Separation:  Administrator Role Separation Too many Domain Administrators Provides a new 'local administrator' level of access per RODC Prevents accidental Active Directory modifications by computer administrators Does not prevent 'local administrator' from maliciously modifying the local DB This is a true security feature for Read-Only Domain Controller Agenda:  Introducing Windows Server 'Longhorn' Directory Services Reviewing Read-Only DC Examining Admin Role Separation Introducing the Server Core Reviewing Group Policy Changes Agenda Server Core and DC Roles:  Server Core and DC Roles Agenda:  Introducing Windows Server 'Longhorn' Directory Services Reviewing Read-Only DC Examining Admin Role Separation Introducing the Server Core Reviewing Group Policy Changes Agenda State of Group Policy Today:  State of Group Policy Today Overview of New Features:  Overview of New Features Overview of New Features – Notes :  Overview of New Features – Notes Overview of New Features – Notes :  Overview of New Features – Notes The Core IO Model:  The Core IO Model Windows Server “Longhorn” + Vista:  Windows Server 'Longhorn' + Vista Slide22:  Windows Server 'Longhorn' + Vista Session Summary:  Session Summary Windows Server 'Longhorn' introduces RODC Server Core increases availability Many new GPO features Q&A:  Qandamp;A For More Information:  For More Information Visit TechNet at: www.microsoft.com/technet Visit the following site for additional information: www.microsoft.com/technet/add-306

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