Learn how to install additional domain controllers in existing Active Directory domains.
- [Instructor] After you've finished installing…the first domain controller in your forest.…The next step would be to install…any additional domain controllers…that you need to have in your environment.…Now, one quick little side note…is no matter how small your environment is,…I always recommend that you have at least…two domain controllers running,…so you have some level of fault tolerance…and high availability.…Now, to demonstrate the installation…of this additional domain controller,…I'm going to connect to a computer I have here named DC-2.…Here on DC-2, we're looking at the Server Manager,…and the first step to this installation…is exactly the same…as what we did when installing the first domain controller,…and that's to add the ADDS Role.…
So, I'm going to click on everything through here…exactly the same.…So, I'm going to go through the Wizard,…and we're going to see it's a role-based installation.…We're going to install in DC-2,…select Active Domain Services…along with the additional features that are needed.…
- Installing domain controllers, including the AD DS role
- Managing AD DS with AD Administrative Center and the command line
- Transferring and seizing FSMO roles
- Adjusting permissions
- Creating users and groups
- Managing computer accounts
- Creating organizational units (OUs)
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2019 Essential Trainingwith Scott M Burrell3h 18m Intermediate
What you should know1m 35s
1. Installing Domain Controllers
2. Active Directory Administration Tools
3. Flexible Single Master of Operations (FSMO)
4. Active Directory Permissions
5. Managing AD DS Objects
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