Unit 1 Assignment 1 Adding AD - computer 4 How will the...

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IS3340 Unit 1 Assignment 1 Adding AD 1. Currently, system administrators create Ken 7 users in each computer where users need access. In the Active Directory, where will system administrators create Ken 7 users? The administrators will have to go on the domain controller and the Active Directory Users and Computers. This will cut down on time the administrators will have to spend inputting all users because, everything will be centrally located instead of having to go to each individual computer. 2. How will the procedures for making changes to the user accounts, such as password changes, be different in the Active Directory? With everything being centrally located, changes made through the active directory will take effect throughout the entire domain. 3. What action should administrators take for the existing workgroup accounts after converting to the Active Directory? The administrators will have to consolidate everything to the active directory and get rid of the existing work groups that have been added to each individual
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Unformatted text preview: computer. 4. How will the administrators resolve the differences between the user accounts defined on the different computers? In other words, if user accounts have different settings on different computers, how will Active Directory address that issue? IS3340 Unit 1 Assignment 1 Adding AD By having account settings that are made through group policies, users are going to have to follow any policies that are set for the group that they belong to. This will hold true to any device that they are on as long as it’s a part of the network. 5. How will the procedure for defining access controls change after converting to the Active Directory? In Active Directory, access controls are set at the object level by setting different levels of access which are full control, read, write, or no access. It is best practice that administrators give the least privilege when granting permissions. This prevents a user from mistakenly having access to secure information....
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