The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in the chapter. If you are unable to answer a question, review the appropriate lesson and then try the question again. Answers to the questions can be found in Appendix A, "Questions and Answers."
- What is the number of forests you should strive for? Why?
- Your organization is considering the implementation of four forests to handle business units that do not wish to work together. The decision makers do not realize the impact of multiple forests on users. What action should you take to assist the users?
- Your organization has implemented two forests. A user in the Accounting domain in Forest 1 needs to access resources located in the Finance domain in Forest 2. However, you must not allow the Finance domain in Forest 2 to access the Accounting domain resources in Forest 1. What must you do to allow access to the resources?
- Why should you avoid changing the Active Directory schema?
- You added a schema class object and a set of schema attribute objects to your organization's schema to represent products made by one of the divisions in the organization. After one year, that organization is spun off and the attributes are no longer needed. What should you do?
- Your organization has recently implemented Active Directory and currently has no plans to modify the schema. Why should you familiarize yourself with the base schema class and attribute objects?