CHILD DC(Sub-Domain)

Joining pc to DC and installation CHILD Trees.

Go to the new server, from the server manager click Promote this domain controller server

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Check out the Active Directory Domain Services checkbox on the Server Roles window. Then, click on Add Features button on the pop-up window. Finally, click on Next.

Let the Features window as its default, and click Next.

Likewise, click Next on the AD DS window.

Check out the Active Directory Domain Services checkbox on the Server Roles window. Then, click on Add Features button on the pop-up window. Finally, click on Next.

And click to install.

On the Deployment Configuration window, check out the Add a new domain to an existing forest option. Select the Child Domain as illustrated in the below picture. Then, enter the parent domain name in the relevant box, or use the Select button to select from the existing domains. Finally, enter the Child Domain Name in its relevant textbox. The child domain name must be single-labeled. Use the Change button to change the credential if needed. Once everything is set, click on Next.

Verify domain

Set the Domain functional level and Global Catalog settings. Then, provide the DSRM password and click on Next.

Click next

On the Additional Options screen, we should be able to keep the defaults and click Next.

Here on the Paths screen, in a more robust environment, you would want to place the Database folder, the Log files folder, and the SYSVOL folder on separate physical volumes/disks. For our demo purposes, I’ll keep the defaults and click Next.

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Back in our wizard, click Next, and we’re at the Prerequisites Check screen. Everything passed so click Install

So now And, we’re done, and a forced reboot

fter the reboot, the login screen is different. By default, it is ready for me to log in as the Domain Administrator for my testtwo

Creating AD Users.

I logged in, opened Active Directory Users and Computers from the Administrative Tools menu, and clicked on the ‘Domain Controllers‘ folder in AD.

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