To extend the Active Directory schema to support

Implementing Prep Forest The Prep Forest command, also referred to as ForestPrep, readies the Active Directory forest to support Live Communications Server with Service Pack 1. Like the Prep Schema command, the Prep Forest command only needs to be run once in the Active Directory forest. To prepare the Active Directory forest to support Live Communications Server with Service Pack 1, the account being used to prepare the forest must be a member of the Enterprise Admins group and should also be a member of the built-in local Administrators group for the forest root domain. As mentioned in the preceding section, there may be scenarios in which only a single domain exists within an enterprise environment. During the Prep Forest, a new container named RTC Service, of the type msRTCSIP-Service, is added to the SystemMicrosoft container within Active Directory. If the Microsoft container does not already exist, it is created as part of the Prep Forest function. The RTC Service container will repose the LCS configuration information for the forest, SIP domains hosted in the forest, LCS pools, and LCS servers. To see this change, click View.Advanced Features within Active Directory Users and Computers. These changes can be seen in Figure 4-2. Figure 4-2 Below the RTC Service container are two additional containers: a Global Settings container of the type msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer; and Pools, of the type MSRTCSIP-Pools. Subordinate to the Global Settings container is a GUID of type msRTCSIP-Domain. While this might not make sense at first glance, this GUID actually references the forest root domain, and is the first SIP domain. You can see the domain that this represents by launching the LCS 2005 administration tools (Start.All Programs.Administration Tools.Live Communications Server 2005) and right-clicking on the forest. In addition, once your LCS Servers and Enterprise pools have been configured, the msRTCSIP-TrustedServer objects will be stored there as well. Other items, which may not be readily noticeable, are added to the Configuration container for the Active Directory. An example of this is the addition of a GUID, {AB255F23-2DBD-4bb6-891D-38754AC280EF}, to the User-Display properties located under the Configuration container. In this example, the Configuration 72 Chapter 4
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