SWUG - June 2010 - AD LDS by Andrew Cheng
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SWUG - June 2010 - AD LDS by Andrew Cheng SWUG - June 2010 - AD LDS by Andrew Cheng Presentation Transcript

  • Andrew Cheng (MCSE, MCT, MVP) http://andrewchengnh.spaces.live.com http://sgwindowsgroup.org
  • AD LDS Overview Implementing and Administering AD LDS Implementing AD LDS Replication Comparing AD DS and AD LDS
  • AD LDS is a hierarchical file- Uses the Extensible Storage based directory store Engine (ESE) for file storage ESE AD LDS can be accessed via The store is organized into LDAP three partitions types: Configuration Schema Application View slide
  • AD LDS Schema defines the types of objects and data that can be created and stored in an AD LDS instance using object classes and attributes Schema Partition Application Partition Directory objects Definition for an based on the automobile object automobile object class class Directory objects Definition for a user based on the user object class object class View slide
  • An AD LDS Instance is a running copy of AD LDS service that contains is own communication interface and directory store A Single AD LDS Instance Interfaces Directory Service (LDAP, replication) Client Directory Data Store (Adamntds.nit)
  • The AD LDS application partition holds the data that is used by the application A Single AD LDS Instance Application partition 1 Configuration partition Schema partition Multiple application directory partitions can be created in each LDS instance; however each partition would share a single set of configuration and schema partitions
  • AD LDS uses multimaster replication: • All instances are writable • Changes on one instance are replicated to the other instances AD LDS servers Client adds replicate changes Client modifies “User 2” on to all servers “User 1” display Server 1 name on Server 2 Server 1 Server 2 Server 3
  • Features AD LDS AD DS Capable of multiple instances running on one server  Runs on nondomain controllers  Does not require DNS infrastructure  Group policy  Global Catalog functions  Kerberos V5 Protocol authentication  Full-featured administrator tools  Automatic failover of services 