HOw to create a new domain and set correct permissions
Posted on 2011-10-15
I have a single domain (domain.local) which is spanned over a number of sites. Users use exchange address as email@example.com I have requirement where I want to create a separate domain so that I can stop domain admins for Domain.local from tinkering with resources on my site so that I can better manage resources and security. As of now changes cannot be tracked to one single admin as they are spread over all the sites.
I want to create a new domain (domain1.local) so that only domain admins within the new domain can make changes to the resources but users should be able to use the existing exchange address of firstname.lastname@example.org.
domain.local (already exists)
domain1.com (needs to be created as new domain)
Overall project goal:
-Create a new domain (domain1.local).
-Users in the new domain (domain1.local) should be able to access resources in the old domain (domain.local); but users in the existing domain (domain.local) should not be able to access any resources in the new domain (domain1.local).
-Users in the new domain (domain1.local) should be able to access their email (email@example.com). As the exchange servers reside in the existing domain (domain.local)
REsources avaialbe at hand:
all server will be Windows server 2008 R2 Enterprise.