Determine the most effective location for each of the three (3) domain-level OMRs, based on 1) the number of users in the domain, 2) the roles on the domain controllers, and 3) the number of domains in the forest
“Planning Operations Master Role Placement” Please respond to the following:
Suppose you have been charged with setting up the Operations Master Roles (OMRs) for a company network. Determine the most effective location for each of the three (3) domain-level OMRs, based on 1) the number of users in the domain, 2) the roles on the domain controllers, and 3) the number of domains in the forest. Provide a rationale for your determination.
You are in charge of a four (4) site network, where site links exist between sites A and B, B and C, and C and D. Your network connectivity also mirrors the network topology of the sites’ links, and all four (4) OMRs are located in site A, where none of the site links are bridged together. Categorize the two (2) resultant restrictions that you believe are the most damaging to the network’s functioning. Suggest at least two (2) changes to the OMR placements that should be made to alleviate the damage. Provide support for your response.
“GPO Processing and Precedence” Please respond to the following:
The network administrator has configured a series of GPOs throughout the network’s Active Directory in order to automatically configure various settings to take place each time users turn on their computers and log onto them. These settings may be used to directly control either the computer or the user. Debate whether configuring computer settings or user settings is more effective in securing the network. Justify your response.
From the e-Activity, determine the one (1) exception that you believe to be the most effective in resolving overly restrictive GPO settings made by the network administrator. Provide justification for your response.