Labsims - 2.6.3 CREATE USER ACCOUNTS You are the IT...

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2.6.3 CREATE USER ACCOUNTS You are the IT Administrator for a small corporate network. You recently added an Active Directory domain on the CorpDC server to provide for central management of network resources. You are populating user accounts in the domain. Your task in this lab is to create the following user accounts on CorpDC in the CorpNet.com domain: User Job Role Juan Suarez Marketing manager Susan Smith Permanent Sales employee Borey Chan Temporary Sales employee Mark Burnes Sales manager Use the following user account naming standards and specifications as you create each account: The user account name should be [First name] + [Last name]. The logon name should be [firstinitial] + [lastname] @CorpNet.com. The initial password should be set to 1234abcd$ and must be changed at the first logon. Place each user account in the appropriate departmental OU: The Marketing\MarketingManagers OU for the Marketing manager The Sales\PermSales OU for the permanent employee The Sales\TempSales OU for the temporary employee The Sales\SalesManagers OU for the Sales manager For the Temporary Sales employee: Limit the logon hours to allow logon only from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Expire the user account on December 31.
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2.6.4 Manage User Accounts You are the IT Administrator for a small corporate network. You recently added an Active Directory domain on the CorpDC server to provide central management of network resources. Organizational Units (OUs) in the domain represent departments. User and computer accounts have been moved into their respective departmental OUs. Over the past few days, several personnel changes have occurred which require changes to the user accounts. Your task in this lab is to use the following information to make the necessary user account changes on CorpDC:
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2.6.6 create a group You are the IT Administrator for the CorpNet domain. You have decided to use groups to simplify administration of access control lists. Specifically, you want to create a group that will be used for the managers of different departments. Use Active Directory Users and Computers to complete the following actions on the CorpDC server: In the Users container, create a security group named Managers. Make sure the
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2.6.7 Create Global Groups You are the IT Administrator for the CorpNet domain. You are in the process of implementing a group strategy for your network and decided to create a global group as a shadow group for specific departments in your organization. Each global group will contain all users in the corresponding department. Your task in this lab is to complete the following actions on the CorpDC server:
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Create a global security group named Accounting in the Accounting OU. 2.7.4 create a linux user account You are the it security administrator for a small corporate network. You need to create a linux user account for a new analyst. pwilson
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2.7.5 Rename a linux user account An employee, Brenda miller (bmiller), was recently married. You need to update her linux user account to reflect her new last name
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2.7.6 delete a linux user
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Tbrown 2.7.7 change your linux password
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Change your password to r8ting4str 2.7.8 change a linux user’s password
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2.7.9 lock and unlock linux user accounts Vedwards
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2.8.3 rename and create linux groups Eastern_sales
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2.8.4 add users to a linux group Hr group as a secondary group for mjones and cjohnson
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2.8.5 remove a user from a linux group Remove cflynn from the hr group
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2.10 create and link a group policy
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