Updating schema

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#demandglobalchange // https:// Updating from 2003 to 2003 R2 & implementing Exchange are 2 common administrative tasks which both require a schema update.

Plus also ensure the update is well written and checked prior to deployment on the Domain Controllers.

One approach of sever that has worked for myself and colleagues with customers is as follows; Suggested Schema Update Physical Process 1. For example by doing the schema update on the Server that holds the role and not introducing a New Domain Controller into the Forest for just this action. The key to the success of a Schema Update is to ensure you THOROUGHLY test it prior to deployment in a pre-production environment.

Modifying the Schema is something that is a necessary action prior to carrying out installation of Directory Enabled Applications whether they are Microsoft or 3rd Party.

Plus of course if you are looking to Migrate from 2000, 2003 to 2008 you will need to firstly undertake a Schema Updates.

$ update-schema --help Usage update-schema [file-path] Example update-schema update-schema path/Options --print, -p Determine whether print or not.

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