Doamin with Multiple Forest


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Guest

Dear All,

Hi & good morning for every one here according to Egypt local time.

i am working as Design Specialist for Windows 2000 & Windows 2003.

My company has a new idea for our Network, we are going to imigrate with 2
domains for the other 2 company as the following :-

1. watersupplies.com
2. plasticfabric.com

our Domain name is Called ( stillfactory.com) and it has the following child
domains under him :-

1.1 Egypt.stillfactory.com
1.2 Saudi.stillfactory.com
1.3 lebanon.stillfactory.com

and each one of the above child domian will have the following names :-

Egypt.stillfactory.com will have the following :-

1.1.1 mohandesen.egypt.stillfactory.com.
1.1.2 maadi.egypt.stillfactory.com.
1.1.3 haram.egypt.stillfactory.com.

For Saudi.stillfactory.com it has the following child domian under him :-

1.2.1 jeddah.saudi.stillfactory.com
1.2.2 madinah.saudi.stillfactory.com
1.2.3 makkah.saudi.stillfactory.com

For Lebanon.stillfactory.com it has the following child domains under him:-

1.3.1 west.lebanon.stillfactory.com
1.3.2 east.lebanon.stillfactory.com
1.3.3 north.lebanon.stillfactory.com

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for the second company which is have the following domain :-

( Watersupplies.com ) it has the following child domians under the root
domain :-

1.1.1 Saudi.watersupplies.com.
1.1.2 Egypt.watersupplies.com.
1.1.3 uk.watersupplies.com.


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can any one Please recommnd for me links on Microsoft to manage all of the
abouve .
 
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Joe Richards [MVP]

The first thing I would recommend is to NOT have multiple trees like that. It
tends to be more confusing to support and the benefits of it just aren't there
from what I have seen in every deployment I have been called in to look at that
does it.

joe
 

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