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  1. Anak's Avatar
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       #180

    Forest is what piqued my curiosity.

    There's a nice flow chart here: Tree and Forest in Active Directory
    A Tree

    Trees are collections of one or more domains that allow global resource sharing. A tree may consist of a single domain or multiple domains in a contiguous namespace. A domain added to a tree becomes a child of the tree root domain. The domain to which a child domain is attached is called a parent domain. A child domain can also have its multiple child domains. Child domain uses the name then its parent domain name and gets a unique Domain Name System (DNS).
    A Forest

    A forest is a collection of multiple trees that share a common global catalog, directory schema, logical structure, and directory configuration. Forest has automatic two way transitive trust relationships. The very first domain created in the forest is called the forest root domain.

    Forests allow organizations to group their divisions that use different naming schemes and may need to operate independently. But as an organization, they want to communicate with the entire organization via transitive trusts and share the same schema and configuration container.
    I've seen references to trees and forests from 2005 and its origins may quite possibly go back even further. IDK.

    IMHO:
    Somewhere back when, when the developers / programmers were trying to figure this domain security out they probably needed a way to keep the terminology compact and someone came up with the idea that domains could be called trees and in a logical jump large groupings of trees could be called forests.
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  2. Bree's Avatar
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       #181

    Anak said: View Post
    I've seen references to trees and forests from 2005 and its origins may quite possibly go back even further. IDK.
    Active Directory Services were introduced with Windows 2000 Server. My career in network administration was towards the end of the NT4 era so I am familiar with the terms, but do not have hands-on experience.


    Microsoft said:
    Windows NT 4 domain models didn't scale well. There are other ways of stating this fact that would sugarcoat the truth, but the simple fact of the matter is that the Windows NT 4 domain model--with its one-way nontransitive trusts--required lots of administrative overhead in large-enterprise implementations.
    Microsoft - Active Directory Services and Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 Domains (Part 1)

    (a surprisingly readable article)
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  3. Anak's Avatar
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       #182

    Active Directory Services were introduced with Windows 2000 Server. My career in network administration was towards the end of the NT4 era so I am familiar with the terms, but do not have hands-on experience.
    Thanks @Bree, so I can presume around the turn of the Century?

    Sounds weird saying 'turn of the Century'.
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  4. Bree's Avatar
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       #183

    Anak said: View Post
    Sounds weird saying 'turn of the Century'.
    Not half as weird as saying 'last millennium'
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    Bree said: View Post
    Not half as weird as saying 'last millennium'
    Yeah, makes you feel ancient. "Look here sonny, this is what we did 1000 years ago".
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  6. Try3's Avatar
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       #185

    Which is
    not half as common as thinking 'last millenium'
    in the office.

    Denis
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  7. Anak's Avatar
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       #186

    Bree said: View Post
    Not half as weird as saying 'last millennium'
    As he's trying to give a
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  8.    #187

    10.0.18362.239: MCT May 2019


    Brink said: View Post
    Update:

    Media Creation Tool (MCT) updated for Windows 10 build 18362.239.

    Download Windows 10 ISO File

    Create Bootable USB Flash Drive to Install Windows 10
    New ISO for 19H1, indeed 18362.239 is in the box. Confirmed and tested from the MCT website. There were no updates after the upgrade (ISO Image File Offline), only Defender.

    Thanks for the information.
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  9. Brink's Avatar
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    MikeMecanic said: View Post
    New ISO for 19H1, indeed 18362.239 is in the box. Confirmed and tested from the MCT website. There were no updates after the upgrade (ISO Image File Offline), only Defender.

    Thanks for the information.
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  10.    #189

    Getting this using MCT - Media Creation Tool has a problem running on your PC. Error Code 0x80072EFD - 0x20000
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