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70-640_Lesson05_PPT_041009 - ActiveDirectoryAdministration

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Active Directory Administration Active Directory Administration Lesson 5
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Creating Users, Computers,  and Groups  Automate creation of Active  Directory accounts 4.1 Creating Users, Computers,  and Groups Maintain Active Directory  accounts 4.2
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Understanding User Accounts Understanding User Accounts Three types of user accounts can be  created and configured in Windows Server  2008: Local accounts. Domain accounts. Built-in user accounts.
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Local Accounts Local Accounts Used to access the local computer only  and are stored in the local  Security  Account Manager (SAM)  database on  the computer where they reside.  Never replicated to other computers, nor  do these accounts have domain access.
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Domain Accounts Domain Accounts Accounts used to access Active Directory or  network-based resources, such as shared  folders or printers.  Account information for these users is stored in  the Active Directory database and replicated to  all domain controllers within the same domain.  A subset of the domain user account information  is replicated to the global catalog, which is then  replicated to other global catalog servers  throughout the forest.
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Built-in User Accounts Built-in User Accounts Automatically created when Microsoft  Windows Server 2008 is installed.  Built-in user accounts are created on a  member server or a standalone server.  When you install Windows Server 2008 as  a domain controller, the ability to create  and manipulate these accounts is disabled. 
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Built-in User Accounts Built-in User Accounts By default, two built-in user accounts are  created on a Windows Server 2008  computer: Administrator account. Guest account. Built-in user accounts can be local  accounts or domain accounts, depending  on whether the server is configured as a  standalone server or a domain controller. 
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Creating and Managing User Accounts Creating and Managing User Accounts User accounts are usually created and  managed with Active Directory Users and  Computers.
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User Account Properties User Account Properties
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User Account Properties User Account Properties
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User Account Properties User Account Properties
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Group Accounts Group Accounts Groups are implemented to allow  administrators to assign rights and  permissions to multiple users  simultaneously.  A group can be defined as a collection of  user or computer accounts that is used to  simplify the assignment of rights or  permissions to network resources.
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Group Accounts Group Accounts When a user logs on, an  access token  is created  that identifies the user and all of the user’s group 
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course TECHNOLOGY MNE 210 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Sullivan.

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