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On 10/08/2015 09:34 AM, Petr Spacek wrote:
> Hello list,
> I'm in process of reviewing and fixing some of our docs and it
> seems that we do not have established term for The Domain user
> specified during ipa-server-install.
> Term "DNS domain" is not specific enough because FreeIPA can manage
> multiple DNS domains but only one of them contains SRV records.
> Term "IdM domain" sounds too vague for the same reasons.
> What about "primary DNS domain"? Or "primary IdM domain"?
> What term is used in AD world? My google-fu is weak on this.
> Ideas are more than welcome!
In active directory, they use the term "Forest" to describe a
top-level domain. The first domain created always has the same name as
the forest (so: e.g. example.com). When adding new servers, you are
given the option of adding a new domain to an existing forest (which
then becomes subdomain.example.com) or creating a new forest. (Or
creating a replica server of an existing domain, of course).
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