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The simplest Active Directory topology supported by Office Communications Server, a single domain forest, is a common topology.

The following figure illustrates an Office Communications Server deployment in a single domain Active Directory topology.

Figure 2. Single domain topology

Single Forest, Multiple Domains

Another Active Directory topology supported by Office Communications Server is a single forest that consists of a root domain and one or more child domains. In this type of Active Directory topology, the domain where you create users can be different from the domain where you deploy Office Communications Server. However, an Enterprise pool must be deployed within a single domain. Office Communications Server support for Windows Universal administrator groups enables cross-domain administration.

The following figure illustrates an Office Communications Server deployment in a single forest with multiple domains. In this figure, a user icon shows the domain where the user account is homed, and the arrow points to the domain where the Office Communications Server pool resides. User accounts include the following:

User accounts within the same domain as the Office Communications Server pool

User accounts in a different domain from the Office Communications Server pool

User accounts in a child domain of the domain with the Office Communications Server pool

Figure 3. Single forest with multiple domains

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