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					FOREST AND DOMAIN FUNCTIONALITY:
      Forest and domain functionality provides a way to
   enable forest-wide or domain-wide active directory
   feature in your network environment.
DOMAIN FUNCTIONALITY :
  The four domain functionality levels are available.
       1. Windows 2000 mixed
       2. Windows 2000 native
       3. Windows 2003 server
       4. Windows 2003 interim
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WINDOWS 2000 MIXED :
• This is the default functional level.
• We can raise the functional level either windows 2000
  native or windows 2003.
• Mixed mode contains windows NT 4.0 backup domain
  controller.




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WINDOWS 2000 NATIVE :
• You can use this functional level if the domain contains
  only windows 2000 and windows 2003 domain
  controller.

WINDOWS 2003 SERVER:
• This is the highest functional level for a domain.
• You can use it only if all of the domain controllers in the
  domain are running windows server2003.



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WINDOWS 2003 INTERIM:
• This functional level is a special functional level.
• It supports windows NT 4.0 and the windows 2003
  server domain controllers.




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FOREST FUNCTIONALITY :
• Forest functionality enables features across all the
  domains within your forest.
• There are two forest functional level
         • Windows 2000
         • Windows 2003




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                 TYPES OF TRUSTS
TRUSTS:
•   Trust are the mechanism that ensures that a user who is
    authenticated in his own domain can access resources
    in any trusted domain.
•   The are two types of trusts.
          1. Transitive trusts.
          2. Non transitive trusts.


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TRUSTS DIRECTION:
1. One way incoming.
2. One way outgoing.
3. Two way.




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TYPES OF TRUSTS:
• TRANSITIVE TRUSTS.
  • Shortcut – partially transitive. This type is used to
    reduce the kerberos authentication hops.
  • Forest – partially transitive. Enable authentication
    between forest.




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• NON TRANSITIVE TRUSTS.
  • External – Non transitive. set up a relationship
    between a domain in one forest with a domain in
    another forest.
  • Realm – Trust an external kerberous realm.




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