Adprep /domainprep: If you have multiple domains, you have to run oneach?

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  1. pez

    pez Guest

    So after running ADprep /forestprep, you need to run /domainprep on
    each infrastructure master for each domain? Even if you are only
    going to add a 2003 DC to one of the domains? Thanks
     
    pez, Mar 15, 2008
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  2. RE: Adprep /domainprep: If you have multiple domains, you have to run

    "pez" wrote:

    > So after running ADprep /forestprep, you need to run /domainprep on
    > each infrastructure master for each domain? Even if you are only
    > going to add a 2003 DC to one of the domains? Thanks
    >


    That's right because those domains are still in the same forest. Unless you
    have two totally separated and unrelated domains, then you will need to run
    adprep /domainprep on that only particular domain's DC that is holding the
    infrastructure master role
     
    Dragon Without Wings, Mar 15, 2008
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