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            I am having a doubt that what are the services and process used by Active directory domain services in windows 2008 server . So that i can monitor the services and process as daily activity .
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That kind of depends on what roles the particular server is running, but at a basic level, I guess you're going to have at least: netlogon, dns, dfsr, intersite messaging, kerberos key distribution center , and possible  possibly dhcp.

In Windows 2008 Server most of those services (dns, dfsr, intersite messaging, and kerberos key distribution center) have been added as a dependency of Active Directory Domain Services Service.
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