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  • How to Move chnage old server that hold a Domain Controller to new server?

    Hello all

    At the outset I would like to welcome you all
    This my first time at this great forum And I wanted to be my theme in a very important object which is to transfer the rules of the active directory to another, for Almtal for the purpose of changing </SPAN>the server from an old one to a new one

    Part I
    What is the Operations Master Role?

    Is the role or function performed by the domain controller (the domain controller) in the domain, the Domain ...

    In the network, there are five roles, functions or tasks (Roles). Two of them full scope of the Forest (called the Forest-Wide Operations Master Roles) and three on the scope of the Domain (called the Domain-Wide Operations Master Roles)

    So the Role is the role or function or task
    And the Master is the ultimate domain or the Domain Controller, which performs this function. Note that the servers are domain controllers that have undertaken these roles and not any ordinary server such as server files.

    I.: Forest-Wide Operations Master Roles
    Each Active Directory Forest contains two floors or two Roles are:
    1 - Schema Master Role
    2 - Domain naming Master Role
    Note: For the Forest Schema Master and there is only one, and Domain Naming Master is only one.

    II: Domain-Wide Operations Master Roles
    All Active Directory Domain contains three roles or functions Roles are:
    1 - Relative ID Master Role or an acronym RID Master
    2 - Primary Domain Controller Emulator Role PDC Emulator or short
    3 - Infrastructure Master Role
    Note: Each Domain on the Forest There RID Master, and only one PDC Emulator, and Infrastructure and only one only one.

    We come to explain everything separately Role

    1 - Schema Master Role: is the function carried out by the domain controller and only one is to control any change or update the Schema of a chart or graph of the Active Directory. Nothing in the Forest Domain Controller is not only one doing the job.

    2 - Domain Naming Master Role: is the function carried out by the domain controller and only one control is to add or remove any of the Domain Forest. Nothing in the Forest Domain Controller is not only one doing the job well.

    3 - RID Master Role: When the work of any object in the active directory whether a user or a user group or PC computer, is the domain controller that is the RID Master Bmhp gives the user, group, or the identity of the computer security Security ID of its own. For example, when you add a user named Mohammed to the Active directory name was established by Mohammed, but his is the RID Master Security ID gives its own and usually such as: S-1-5-21-895771394-4047885310-268483753-1006 .... So you can see Sometimes when you review the powers of the NTFS folder or file certain existence of such a code term, and with a face icon and a question mark red, this indicates that the user has been removed from the active directory or that the computer is still trying to bring in the name of the user may take a few seconds. </SPAN>So when you delete a user, for example, the active directory, the re-establishment of the same name and password itself will not work because the RID Master Security ID will give him another. Nothing in the Domain is not Domain Controller only one doing the job.

    4 - PDC Emulator Role: any change in passwords, they went to the PDC Emulator (in the sense that he knows them and recorded his own). Any introduction of a wrong password, they also send him a conduct necessary to learn a show window of the user entered wrong password and a lock user account if you enter the wrong password more than once (depending on what is in the Group Policy). </SPAN>Nothing in the Domain is not Domain Controller only one doing the job.

    5 - Infrastructure Master Role: When you change the name or add a user user to any group group of the domain name to another, the Infrastructure Master is the modernization and the comparison between what is has and the server that contains the Global Catalogue and makes Replication of the domain controllers in other </SPAN>the same domain. No one in the Domain is not Domain Controller only one doing the job.
    Note: You must not put the infrastructure master role and the global catalogue on the same server due to lack of conflict between them only if the domain contains the domain controller and only one.



    Part II
    How do we know which domain controller is any role (Role) and how to change the role of a server to another?

    Schema Master

    First: know the server that serves as the schema master
    In order to know the Schema Master server must be installed the snap-in for the active directory schema as follows:
    1 - Click start then run and type regsvr32 schmmgmt.dll. Then press ok
    2 - After the success of the operation, again press start then run and type mmc, and press ok
    3 - Select the file and then add / remove snap-in
    4 - Click add and then select the active directory schema, and then press add and then close and then ok
    5 - Press the button right on the active directory schema, and select operations master. You will see the name of the server that is the task (or Role) the schema master in the first rectangle
    6 - Click close

    Second: Change the server that serves as the schema master
    come soon

  • #2
    Re: How to Move chnage old server that hold a Domain Controller to new server?

    Can you clearly state what problem you are having or what the issue is?

    You can find a very good set of instructions on moving FSMOs (which is what I think you are asking about) on the main site:
    http://www.petri.com/transferring_fsmo_roles.htm
    Tom Jones
    MCT, MCSE (2000:Security & 2003), MCSA:Security & Messaging, MCDBA, MCDST, MCITP(EA, EMA, SA, EDA, ES, CS), MCTS, MCP, Sec+
    PhD, MSc, FIAP, MIITT
    IT Trainer / Consultant
    Ossian Ltd
    Scotland

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    • #3
      Re: How to Move chnage old server that hold a Domain Controller to new server?

      Or is this meant to be tutorial, looks like it could be copied and pasted tbh

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      • #4
        Re: How to Move chnage old server that hold a Domain Controller to new server?

        Well, the OP hasnt been back to either clarify if it is a problem, or to copy and paste part 2, so no doubt this thread will fall off the edge of the world soon enough.... as long as no-one keeps adding to it
        Tom Jones
        MCT, MCSE (2000:Security & 2003), MCSA:Security & Messaging, MCDBA, MCDST, MCITP(EA, EMA, SA, EDA, ES, CS), MCTS, MCP, Sec+
        PhD, MSc, FIAP, MIITT
        IT Trainer / Consultant
        Ossian Ltd
        Scotland

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