Active Directory: Bridgehead Server

Hi,

1) This is related to Active Directory.
2) This is related to Bridgehead Server
3) My Questions: i) What is the FUNCTIONs of this Bridgehead Server? [Please Firstly give  the explanation with your own Wordings, and then provide the LINKS (if any)], ii) Is there any different Physically related this server to other servers? (Hardware and Software), iii) Is there any special additional SOFTWAREs  installed for this Bridgehead Server (Than just Operating System, such as Windows 2003 Server)?, iv) If it uses Windows 2003 Server, what applications will be used from the "Administrative Tools"?
4) Thank you

Tjie
tjieAsked:
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LauraEHunterMVPCommented:
Based on this and other questions you've posted, it's beginning to sound as if we're completing homework questions for you?
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tjieAuthor Commented:
1) No, it is not true
2) I know to install Active directory (Domain Controller, Replica, Child Domain, Moving the Roles of FSMO, etc)
3) However, It is true that i have not yet got the Experience in the Production Environment
4) I just need the 2nd Opinion (Of course from somebody who is KNOWLEDGEABLE and SINCERE to provide it; the ACCUSATION is unfortunate and UNHEALTY)

Tjie
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tigermattCommented:

The term bridgehead is used in many different products, and essentially it simply means a server which has the task of co-ordinating traffic going in and out from a whole group of other servers. In Active Directory, this is applied on a site-by-site basis, where you designate bridgehead server(s) in every site you have. These servers in each site are responsible for handling the replication traffic between that and other sites, rather than having all the DCs in that site communicating over the site-to-site links.

It gets more complicated in multi-domain environments.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc776937.aspx
http://windowsitpro.com/article/articleid/24223/bridgehead-servers.html

I post this on the assumption this isn't a homework question :-)

-tigermatt
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tjieAuthor Commented:
Vee_Mod,

1) Thank you for your attenntion
2) It is far from me to insult somebody
3)what should i do? Should i delete this question?
4) Post it back please

Thanks,
Tjie
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tjieAuthor Commented:
Yes, I will
 Thanks,
Tjie
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