What are the advantages of AD over NT4 directory services?

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I need to know the advantages of AD over NT4 directory services.

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What are the advantages of AD over NT4 directory services?

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Hello,

One of the advantages is that the AD manages to move towards actual hierarchical directory structure rather than the flat and restrictive name spaces used by NT4 domains.

Here's a link that can provide you more information in the major differences between AD and NT4 directory services:

http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/books/sampchap/3173.aspx

Hope this helps.

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What are the advantages of AD over NT4 directory services?

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What are the advantages of AD over NT4 directory services?

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Hello Edson,

Microsoft always comes with blessings and by introducing Active Directory in Windows 2000 it has shown its valuable presence one again in IT developments.

The active directory is much scalable and enterprise-ready compare to NT4. Few changes are really good like introduction of organisational units, a transitive trust relationship model and this has led to better understanding between directory and operating system.

Windows NT4 model was one-way nontransitive trusts due to which large enterprise had to incur a lot of cost for implementation.

Active directory helps removes such issues through transitive trust relationship model.

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