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Lab: Configure ADDS Between Two Subnets


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1 year ago

I am one of your students at Server Academy (Full member). I have two issues that I need further clarification on;
1. The lab exercise on ADUC Powershell Automation 
 a. The first exercise under the above lab exercise ( i.e Set Powershell Script Execution Policy to Unrestricted) was unable to score me because the Lab server was already set to “Not Configured” for the “script execution” therefore when I run the powershell command it didn’t have any effect on it. Do you think I did something wrong?

2. I have set my personal practice lab on AWS with;
 a. Windows server 2019, 
 b. the computer name SADC01
c. Static IP address  
d. domain (ad.serveracademy.com)

Now, my confusion started when in the final part of your lecture note on the Active directory Sites and Services – Section Overview ( when you asked us to create a new NAT network on the subnet. The subsequent lecture/demo (Configuring our ITFROUTE01 server to act as a Router) threw me into further confusion when after you finished configuring the ICMPv4 ping request on the unnamed new Server you then switched to ITFDC02 
When/where did we get the ITFDC02 from?
When did we get the ITFDC01 too?

Since I’m using AWS how do I do the same practice?

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1 year ago

Hi profile avatar Nathan Sackey

For your first question on PowerShell. You are right, the execution policy is not configured, just set the execution policy to unrestricted with the PowerShell command and try again.

For the second question. ITFDC01  and ITFDC02  are like SADC01  and SADC02. They are just domain controllers but are the same with a different names.
To configure the ROUTE01 server you will need to place the domain controllers in different subnets. The ROUTE01 server will need to have two network adapters with each one on each of the subnets to enable routing.


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1 month ago

Having trouble with this lab. Tried it 3 times and can’t figure out what I’m missing. Configured Routing and remote access for SAROUTE, and pointed both DC’s to their appropriate gateways as directed. Made sure all the firewall settings were correct to allow routing and remote and ICMP pings. I can ping the gateways, I can ping each DC from the router server, but can’t ping between the DC’s. I even tried just rebooting to make sure nothing was hung up. Also disabled the firewalls entirely. Still nothing.