What is the difference between ADS and Group Policies in Windows?

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Hello! I just changed my operating system from Windows 2000 to Windows 2003. Does anybody know what are the ADS and ADS Services in Windows 2003 and what are the differences in the Active Directory and Group Policies between the two versions of Windows?

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What is the difference between ADS and Group Policies in Windows?

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Hi,

  • Windows 2000 Active Directory

It assures to sustain a solitary united outlook of all things on a network and running and placing resources quicker and simpler. And if it runs well this could be the main advance for Microsoft. Windows 2000 Active Directory Migration Tool offers a simple, protected, and quick way to transfer Windows 2000 Active Directory services. This device use to identify any probable harm before initial migration operations. Windows 2000 Active Directory Sizer Tool lets you to approximate the hardware requisite for arranging Active Directory in your association.

  • Windows 2003 Active Directory

It is a certification method with influential directory services to administer their users. Stock up many aspects of the user entity. You will learn a complete series of features. Windows 2003 Active Directory has Seven (7) Aspects.

  1. The successor to NT 4.0
  2. An object based system
  3. A search device to recover those from its database
  4. Subnets, sites and site links
  5. Logical Structure
  6. The diagram and how it describe the Active Directory
  7. Group Policy

 

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