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Trust

Testra, Inc. has a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory forest. Testra’s
research division has developed a custom expense application that integrates with
Active Directory.
They have added two new attributes to user and computer objects in the schema
for this application. The application worked well in the research division’s test
forest, which consisted of one domain that the research division’s programmers
have extensively modified. However, when the application is installed in the root
domain of the testra.com forest, users in the sales.testra.com and prod.testra.com
domains are unable to use the application. Which of the following actions should
you take?
A. Migrate all users to the testra.com domain
B. Add the Domain Admins groups of both the sales.testra.com and prod .testra.com
domains as members of the Schema Admins group
C. Using the Active Directory Schema console, add the two new attributes to the
global catalog. Force replication and test the application as a user in each of the
sales.testra.com and prod.testra.com domains
D. Create shortcut trusts between the root domain and sales.testra.com and
prod.testra.com
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I go for d)
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kunalclk
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kunalclk
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Mike KlineCommented:
I guess I'd go for D too.  A & B are definitely not correct.  

The reason I say "probably" is because if those are child domains then you would not need a shortcut trust.
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Krzysztof PytkoActive Directory EngineerCommented:
I love Microsoft exam questions ;) I would pick up C
D for me is not necessary because domains have two-way transitive trust relationship established automatically :)

I agree that A&B are incorrect.

Regards,
Krzysztof
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Sigurdur HaraldssonSystem AdministratorCommented:
It's C. You need to let the other domains know about the new attributes.

"They have added two new attributes to user and computer objects in the schema for this application."
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kunalclkAuthor Commented:
tnx
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