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Posted on 2009-04-14
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I have all my sites showing in the DEFAULTIPSITElINK under Sites in this site link.
Does that mean all sites can communicate to each other? is this what's called transitive link?

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All sites showing in the DEFAULTIPSITELINK is a default settings even after creating multiple AD sites. It is either by default or intended to keep all sites in this DEFAULTIPSITELINK such as you have only two AD Sites. By default, all site links are transitive. This means that if Site A has a link to Site B, and Site B has a link to Site C, Site A is transitively linked to Site C. The transitive link between Site A and Site C is also known as a site-link bridge. For more info see here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998825.aspx
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Can you tell us a little about your WAN, are all the connections between your company equal in terms of bandwidth and cost?   If they are then the default is acceptable.
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