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Chapter07 - 1 Chapter7 WORKINGWITH GROUPS...

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  1 WORKING WITH  GROUPS Chapter 7
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   2 CHAPTER OVERVIEW Understand the functions of groups and how to  use them. Understand the difference between local groups  and domain groups. Identify the two group types and three group  scopes, and their proper use. List the predefined and built-in groups included in  Windows Server 2003. 
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   3 CHAPTER OVERVIEW (continued) Understand the difference between groups and  special identities. Create, manage, and delete groups using  graphical and command-line tools.
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   4 UNDERSTANDING GROUPS
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   5 USING GROUPS AND GROUP POLICIES Group policy and groups are not related. Group policy cannot be directly applied to a group. Group policy that is set on a site, domain, or OU  can be configured to apply to groups in that site,  domain, or OU.
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   6 UNDERSTANDING DOMAIN FUNCTIONAL  LEVELS Domain functional levels Windows 2000 mixed Windows 2000 native Windows Server 2003 interim Windows Server 2003 Determines the level of functionality used by  Active Directory http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserv
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   7 UNDERSTANDING DOMAIN FUNCTIONAL  LEVELS (continued) Available levels depend on the operating system  servers are running Some features are not available in certain levels Functional level can be raised but not lowered
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   8 RAISING THE DOMAIN FUNCTIONAL  LEVEL
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   9 USING LOCAL GROUPS Can be used only on the system on which they  are created In a workgroup environment, can contain only  users from the local system In a domain environment, can contain users and  global groups Cannot be created on a domain controller
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   10 USING ACTIVE DIRECTORY GROUPS Types Security Distribution Scopes Local Global Universal
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   11 ACTIVE DIRECTORY GROUP TYPES Security Distribution
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Chapter 7: WORKING WITH GROUPS   12 SECURITY GROUPS Used to assign access permissions for network 
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