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  • Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services are the foundation for distributed networks built on Windows Servers that use domain controllers. Active Directory Domain Services provide secure, structured, hierarchical data storage for objects in a network such as users, computers, printers, and services.

    Windows Directory Service forum provides technical information for all aspects of Directory Service including topics of domain administration (user / object management, sites / subnets, DC promote, etc.), replication, group policy, authentication (Kerberos and NTLM), PKI and much more.

     

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