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branch offices vs. subsidiary offices Analyzing the Business Environment ? Departmental model ? traditional method of managing a business ? Project-Based model ? "new age" management ? company is broken into small groups or teams which contain all the resources they need to support a project ? Product/Service-Based model ? groups are organized to support specific products or services ? Cost Center model ? hybrid of the above ? groups are divided across cost centers Analyze the Existing and Planned Organizational Structures ? Management model ? Company Organization ? Vendor, partner and customer relationships ? Acquisition plans ? Analyze Factors that Influence Company Strategies ? Identify: ? The company priorities ? The projected growth and growth strategy ? The relevant laws and regulations ? The company's tolerance for risk ? The total cost of operations Analyzing the IT Environment ? Type of Administration ? central or de-centralized ? Funding model ? Outsourcing ? Decision-making process ? Change-management process Evaluate the company's existing and planned technical environment ? Analyze performance requirements ? Analyze data and system access patterns ? Analyze network roles and responsibilities ? Analyze security considerations Analyze the impact of AD on the existing and planned technical environment ? Assess existing systems and applications ? Identify existing and planned upgrades and rollouts ? Analyze technical support structure ? Analyze existing and planned network and systems management Active Directory Naming Strategies ? Establish the scope of the Active Directory ? Design the namespace ? Plan DNS strategy Design the placement of DNS servers ? Considerations include: ? Performance ? Fault tolerance ? Functionality ? Manageability ? Plan for interoperability with the existing DNS Planning a Domain and OU Structure ? Design an AD forest and domain structure ? Design a forest and schema structure ? Design a domain structure ? Analyze a optimize trust relationships ? Design and plan the structure of organizational units (OU) ? Considerations include: ? Administration control ? Existing resource domains ? Administrative policy ? Geographic and company structure ? Develop an OU delegation plan ? Plan Group Policy object management ? Plan policy management for client computers Summary ? Access to all resources is managed through a single database ? Point of initial logon to using a printer is controlled by the AD directory ? All resources include identified permissions ? Network can be viewed as a single system rather than a series of connected resources ? Network based verses server or domain based management ? Active Directory as a Service ? The Active Directory service uses the Active Directory database to provide functionality ? Without the service the database could not be accessed References Active Directory in Windows 2000 http://www...
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branch offices vs. subsidiary offices Analyzing the Business Environment ? Departmental model ? traditional method of managing a business ? Project-Based model ? "new age" management ? company is broken into small groups or teams which contain all the resources they need to support a project ? Product/Service-Based model ? groups are organized to support specific products or services ? Cost Center model ? hybrid of the above ? groups are divided across cost centers Analyze the Existing and Planned Organizational Structures ? Management model ? Company Organization ? Vendor, partner and customer relationships ? Acquisition plans ? Analyze Factors that Influence Company Strategies ? Identify: ? The company priorities ? The projected growth and growth strategy ? The relevant laws and regulations ? The company's tolerance for risk ? The total cost of operations Analyzing the IT Environment ? Type of Administration ? central or de-centralized ? Funding model ? Outsourcing ? Decision-making process ? Change-management process Evaluate the company's existing and planned technical environment ? Analyze performance requirements ? Analyze data and system access patterns ? Analyze network roles and responsibilities ? Analyze security considerations Analyze the impact of AD on the existing and planned technical environment ? Assess existing systems and applications ? Identify existing and planned upgrades and rollouts ? Analyze technical support structure ? Analyze existing and planned network and systems management Active Directory Naming Strategies ? Establish the scope of the Active Directory ? Design the namespace ? Plan DNS strategy Design the placement of DNS servers ? Considerations include: ? Performance ? Fault tolerance ? Functionality ? Manageability ? Plan for interoperability with the existing DNS Planning a Domain and OU Structure ? Design an AD forest and domain structure ? Design a forest and schema structure ? Design a domain structure ? Analyze a optimize trust relationships ? Design and plan the structure of organizational units (OU) ? Considerations include: ? Administration control ? Existing resource domains ? Administrative policy ? Geographic and company structure ? Develop an OU delegation plan ? Plan Group Policy object management ? Plan policy management for client computers Summary ? Access to all resources is managed through a single database ? Point of initial logon to using a printer is controlled by the AD directory ? All resources include identified permissions ? Network can be viewed as a single system rather than a series of connected resources ? Network based verses server or domain based management ? Active Directory as a Service ? The Active Directory service uses the Active Directory database to provide functionality ? Without the service the database could not be accessed References Active Directory in Windows 2000 http://www...
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