Work Group Scenario - In this scenario there are 3 domains...

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Read the following scenario: Your Microsoft® Windows® 2000-based office network has three domains: ALPHA, BETA, and OMEGA, all in the same Active Directory tree. Required result: You must provide access to some users with accounts in the ALPHA domain to some resources in the OMEGA domain, but users in the OMEGA domain should not have access to resources in the ALPHA domain. Optional result: If possible, changes to the ALPHA users’ accounts should be reflected in the accounts they use to access OMEGA resources. Proposed solution: Add the ALPHA users to a global group in ALPHA, and add that group to a local OMEGA group that has permissions to the required resources. Based on your goals and your actions, determine which of the following statements is true and explain: You accomplished both your required result and your optional result. You accomplished your required result, but not your optional result. Post your assignment as a Microsoft® Word attachment. You accomplished both your required result and your optional result.
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Unformatted text preview: In this scenario there are 3 domains. They are ALPHA, BETA & OMEGA. All the three domains are in one Active Directory Domain Tree. A tree holds one or more Domain and domain trees, again linked in a transitive trust hierarchy. Domains are identified by their DNS name structure, the namespace. A domain has a single DNS name. A forest is a collection of one or more trees. Trees in a forest do not share a contiguous namespace. The domains in a forest share a common configuration, schema, and global catalog. Solution In ALPHA domain, add user accounts for users with the same job function to global groups. Nest the global group or multiple global groups from each domain into one universal group. Add the universal groups to the domain local groups that are created OMEGA Domain. Assign to the domain local groups the appropriate permissions for users in the group to gain access to OMEGA Domain....
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