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You are the administrator for WestSim Corporation. The network has a single domain, *westsim.com*, running at the Windows Server 2008 functional level. Five domain controllers, all running Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012, are located on the network. Your company recently merged with the EastSim Corporation. Their network has a single Active Directory domain running at the Windows 2003 forest functional level. For now, you need to maintain the *eastsim.com* domain as a seperate forest. Users in *eastsim.com* need access to resources in the *westsim.com* domain. However, users in westsim.com should not have access to any resources in the eastsim.comeastsim.comdministrator for WestSim Corporation. The network has a single domain, *westsim.com*, running at the Windows Server 2008 functional level. Five domain controllers, all running Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012, are located on the network. Your company recently merged with the EastSim Corporation. Their network has a single Active Directory domain running at the Windows 2003 forest functional level. For now, you need to maintain the *eastsim.com* domain as a seperate forest. Users in *eastsim.com* need access to resources in the *westsim.com* domain. However, users in westsim.comwestsim.comdministrator for WestSim Corporation. The network has a single domain, *westsim.com*, running at the Windows Server 2008 functional level. Five domain controllers, all running Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012, are located on the network. Your company recently merged with the EastSim Corporation. Their network has a single Active Directory domain running at the Windows 2003 forest functional level. For now, you need to maintain the *eastsim.com* domain as a seperate forest. Users in *eastsim.com* need access to resources in the *westsim.com* domain. However, users in *westsim.com* should not have access to any resources in the eastsim.com domain. What should you do?
You are the network administrator for a network with a single Active Directory forest. The forest root domain name is westsim.local, where there are two child domains named *support.westsim.local* and *research.westsim.local*. Branch offices are located in Denver and Chicago. The corporate headquarers is located in Dallas. The Denver site has domain controllers from the support.westsim.local domain and *research.westsim.local* domains. Workstation computer accounts and user accounts for the Denver location are members of the research.westsim.localsupport.westsim.localinistrator for a network with a single Active Directory forest. The forest root domain name is *westsim.local*, where there are two child domains named *support.westsim.local* and *research.westsim.local*. Branch offices are located in Denver and Chicago. The corporate headquarers is located in Dallas. The Denver site has domain controllers from the *support.westsim.local* domain and *research.westsim.local* domains. Workstation computer accounts and user accounts for the Denver location are members of the research.westsim.localresearch.westsim.localnistrator for a network with a single Active Directory forest. The forest root domain name is *westsim.local*, where there are two child domains named *support.westsim.local* and *research.westsim.local*. Branch offices are located in Denver and Chicago. The corporate headquarers is located in Dallas. The Denver site has domain controllers from the *support.westsim.local* domain and *research.westsim.local* domains. Workstation computer accounts and user accounts for the Denver location are members of the *research.westsim.local* domain. You notice that authentication traffic is saturating the WAN links between Dallas and the two other offices. You want to decrease authentication traffic over the WAN link. What should you do?