Installing Active Directory Domain Services for SCCM

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Installing Active Directory Domain Services for SCCM

Installing Active Directory Domain Services for SCCM After setting up the lab we can now proceed to install the Active Directory on the server machine. Installing Active Directory Domain Services Active Directory is a directory service created by Microsoft for Windows domain networks. Server computers that run Active Directory are called domain controllers. An AD domain controller authenticates and authorizes all users and computers in a Windows domain type network assigning and enforcing security policies for all computers and installing or updating software.

Installing Active Directory Domain Services for SCCM -In this post the Active Directory Domain Service role will be installed on Windows Server 2008 R2.
On the Task bar click on Server manager to bring up this window. Click on Add Roles

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Select Active Directory Domain Services from list of Roles

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Click on Add Required Features

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This page provides information about Active Directory Domain Services. Click on next.

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Selections that you made during the above steps is shown on the confirm installation selection page. Click on Install to proceed.

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The Active Directory Domain Service role is yet to be installed, so click on “Close this wizard and launch Active Directory…” to start the setup. You can also run dcpromo to initiate the ADDS setup.

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Select “Use Advanced Mode Installation” and click Next.

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click Next.

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We will be creating a new domain in the new forest. Choose Create a new domain in a new forest.

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for this lab the domain name will be PRAJWAL.LOCAL

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A NetBIOS Name is a unique identifier, up to 15 characters long with a 16th character type identifier, that NetBIOS services use to identify resources on a network running NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NetBT). NetBios name for my lab will be PRAJWAL.

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Select Windows Server 2008 R2 as forest functional level and click next.

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The DNS server will be installed on the same machine

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The Active Directory database is stored in a file called NTDS.dit. The log files are stored in a separate file called NTDS.log. SYSVOL provides a standard location to store important elements of Group Policy objects (GPOs) and scripts so that the File Replication service (FRS) can distribute them to other domain controllers within that domain.

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Directory Services Restore Mode (DSRM) is a special boot mode for repairing or recovering Active Directory. It is used to log on to the computer when Active Directory has failed or needs to be restored. Provide a complex password and click next.

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Click Next.

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Check Reboot on Completion.

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Wait for sometime to complete the installation After the reboot, once you Login, Under system properties you will find your domain name.

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Congratulations, you have successfully installed Active Directory Domain Services.

 

  • Akram

    Good Work –
    I need you to explain for me sccm 2012 service account and/or A.D account that needed for installation and waht steps to do it

    thank you

  • Senthil

    Excellent article for learning SCCM. Good work Prajwal.

  • Neerja

    Great work!! I’m learning SCCM from your article!! Thanks Prajwal!!

  • Nitin

    Nice article for learning SCCM Prajwal,

    Small Suggestion
    Please Add link of Next Part and Previous Part at the End of the page, It’s easy to follow and Learn.

  • Gopi

    Excellent article about SCCM