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Create AD Services

[THIS DOCUMENT IS PART OF A LARGE WINDOWS SECURITY TUTORIAL]

You need to start by creating Active Directory Services.

On the server

Start by promoting your Windows 2008 Server to an Active Directory Controller.

Start -> Run -> "dcpromo"

Next


Next

Create a new domain in a new forest
Next

Type your FQDN
Next

Windows Server 2003
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Windows Server 2003
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DNS Server
Next

No, I will assign static IP adresses...

Choose a static IP adress on the same subnet you are working on
For me, I selected the following.

Verify you can still get out

Next

Yes

Take note of the default locations... This is important for backups of AD
Next

Set a Pasword, DONT FORGET IT
Next

Next

Check "Reboot on completion"
Wait... Wait... Wait...

Congrats, your done!




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