Five Operations Masters roles in any active directory forest

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There are five Operations Masters roles in any active directory forest. One or more should be assigned as domain controllers. What are they and which should be on the DC?

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Five Operations Masters roles in any active directory forest

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Hi Aureole,

The five operation master roles are namely: Schema master, Domain naming master, RID Master, PDC Emulator and Infrastructure Master. The first two are part of the Forestwide Roles. Schema master is the one performing any updates on the AD DS schema and it is the only domain controller that has write access to the directory schema. Domain naming master is the one managing the adding and deleting of all domains and directory related processes on the forest. Domainwide roles is where RID Master, PDC Emulator and Infrastructure Master are under. RID master is the one allocating blocks of RIDS to every domain controller. PDC emulator acts as the Windows NT PDC for computers with no AD DS software and also manages password changes. Infrastructure Master is the one doing the updating of object references.

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