Planning and Implementing a Network_Unit3_DB

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Planning and Implementing a Network Unit 3 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow August 3, 2011 American Intercontinental University •Explain the difference between managing users in a workgroup environment versus a domain environment. A workgroup usually refers to a group of single users that are generally associated in some way, generally brought together for a sole project or working together in a department within a larger organization. A positive byproduct of any given workgroup is the ability to allocate universal data within the group and also the ability to pool resources with one another as work progresses. Naturally a single workgroup shouldn’t consist of anymore than forty to fifty machines. Also, concerning security, every user within a given workgroup is assigned an authentic local computer user account. As described, this workgroup style of computing generally takes place when each and every user has a machine that is connected to a specific network, which easily grants them the luxury of; easily communicating via instant message or email, directly distribute and share data or other documents, and the use of other assets like printers and faxes. Generally, workgroups are restricted to around ten network machines, but given the hardware, they can be most efficient
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