Many of us have been using the internet for more than a decade now and some are relatively new, but most if not all of us are usually bewitched by the slow response times. The time it takes to find and load a page after typing the url can take several seconds at times and we can only sit and stare at this "almost natural" phenomena, or so we make our minds to believe.
Uttering some bad words about our slow ISP and their pathetic service. We continue with the daily routine and never bother to try and do some research, and see if there are any easy solutions to our problem. Or if it's actually related to our isp at all?
Extending the Active Directory Schema and System Management container
Extending the AD Schema requires access rights to Schema admin groups. SCCM installation and functionality such as Network Access Protection and global roaming requires the AD schema to be extended. This action need to be done one per forest.
Extending of schema can be done with the utility EXTADSCH.exe. This is present in SCCM installation setup files.
1. Browse for the location \SMSSETUP\BIN\I386 and locate the file EXTADSCH.exe
Active Directory Installation with DNS and DHCP Configuration - Part 3
In this section we will cover the System configuration part required for SCCM. The configuration includes Active Directory installation, DNS and DHCP installation and configuration.
AD with DNS Installation
To make Windows 2008 server to a Domain Controller, follow these steps,
Differences between DNS in AD 2003 and Ad 2008
Active Directory (AD) is the nice addition to technology and it is the most talked about thing in Windows Literature. But to get full advantage of Active Directory, it needs a directory of servers and various workstations, which are commonly known as DNS. Active Directory cannot work properly with DNS.