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1702 Installation -Did the schema extend

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Hopefully I'll explain this correctly. We are currently planning on setting up SCCM CB 1702 in our DEV environment. The domain itself is a little strange (or at least to me). There is an empty root (absr.domain.com) where the schema admin resides - was setup way before my time. Then the actual DEV domain (abc.domain.com). Tried extended the schema there and it failed stating I didn't have the needed ID privileges. I then logged in as the 'root' admin and ran it and from the command line. It stated it was successful, but it didn't create the log file on the C:\ drive?

Is there a way to use ADSI edit or some other tool to verify that the schema was indeed extended? I've worked at a number of companies and have never seen this setup before. Just one domain.

Thank you

ZT

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i describe how to do this correctly here, please double check my steps against your environment

 

 

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Checking your notes your domain doesn't have the root domain - which is what's hanging me up. I extend the schema and no log was created, but it states it was "success" from the command line? From doing some reading I found that you can only extend the schema once in the Forest.

ABCR.domain.com - where schema role resides

ABC.domain.com - is where the primary site will be stored + this is where I created the 'System Management' container using ADSI edit.

ZT

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