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Posted on 2008-06-17
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we have sites and services and we have the default site and another site i created . in teh site i created i added there local server that is also a GC and created the subnets for that ste in teh default site we have our two main domain controlers i did not create subnetting for this site shoudl i? thank you
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I would recommend you add the appropriate subnets to that site. While it would work without it and you won't get any side effects, it just keeps things neat and tidy.

Alternatively, if you wanted that to be the "default" site, then don't add the subnets. That way, anything which doesn't fit into one of the other sites will automatically be placed there. Depending on your physical network layout and structure will depend on whether you want the configuration to be this way, or not.

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