AD Sites and Services Concurrency

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Configuring Active Directory Sites and Services is a crucial, but now and again mishandled, part of administering a domain. The guidance in Sites and Services is used by AD to create a replication topology, examine which DCs should authenticate clients, and help users connect to applications and facilities. Sites and Services being misconfigured can result in increased logon times, poor user experience with some applications, or worse a tombstoned DC if issues go undetected for too long. Here, we’ll review what the advice in Sites and Services is used for, the correct way to set it up, and the way to substantiate that it is configured as it should be.

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