This is just for my practicing and learning. Not homework, just tinkering at home.
I'm building a network for the Bluth company. They have sites in New York and Boston.
What I was thinking was creating a forest newyork.bluth.com and a new root in the same forest, boston.bluth.com.
Note that they are not subdomains, but separate trees in the same forest.
Now, I'm thinking of implementing a File Server at each location. With folder /newyork and /boston at each location.
The idea is that each city should have it's own parent folder but also allow certain users to view files from the other city.
My approach currently is to sync files from both file servers to maintain the same files at each location, but also implement a permission for a certain user group to access the other cities files.
My questions are:
- Is this possible?
- Is this something you would see in production?
- Should I even bother with implementing something like this?