Re: Samba 4 AD What's the difference between a Domain and a Forest

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A forest contains one or tree,  with each tree containing one or more
domains.  In an AD, you need at least one forest.  You would have
additional branches if you needed a different top level DNS space.  
Domains are trusted and trusting.      When you install  active
directory on a server it will ask if you are joining a domain, setting
up a new domain in existing tree, or setting up a new tree (and domain)
in an existing forest, or creating a whole new forest.








On 07/21/12 15:39, steve wrote:
> Is a Forest more than one domain joined?
>
> Cheers,
> Steve
>


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