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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 2 CHAPTER OVERVIEW Understand the differences between local user and domain user accounts. Plan, create, and manage local and domain user accounts. Create and manage user accounts by using templates, importation, and command-line tools. Manage user profiles. Understand the purpose and function of profiles. Troubleshoot user authentication issues.
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 3 UNDERSTANDING USER ACCOUNTS Stored in the Security Accounts Manager (SAM) database on that system Can be used only on that system Domain user accounts Stored in Active Directory on domain controllers Can be used on any system in Active Directory
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 4 WORKGROUPS No centralized database of user accounts User account must exist in the SAM of each system the user accesses Impractical in environments with more than 10 users
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 5 DOMAINS
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 6 PLANNING USER ACCOUNTS Account naming Choosing passwords Designing an Active Directory hierarchy
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 7 ACCOUNT NAMING Account names can be between 1 and 20 characters (letters and/or numbers). Account names are not case sensitive. The following characters cannot be used in the account name: " / \ [ ] : ; | , + = * ? < > @
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 8 CHOOSING PASSWORDS
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 9 DESIGNING AN ACTIVE DIRECTORY HIERARCHY Create an organizational unit (OU) structure Place users in appropriate OU Provides for features such as group policy
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 10 WORKING WITH LOCAL USER ACCOUNTS
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 11 CREATING A LOCAL USER ACCOUNT
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 12 MANAGING LOCAL USER ACCOUNTS
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 13 WORKING WITH DOMAIN USER ACCOUNTS
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Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS 14 CREATING A DOMAIN USER ACCOUNT
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