B Add the users to the Windows Authorization Access Group group C Add the users

B add the users to the windows authorization access

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B. Add the users to the Windows Authorization Access Group group. C. Add the users to the Protected Users group. D. Create a separate organizational unit (OU) for the user accounts and modify the Security settings of the OU. Answer: C QUESTION: 47 HOTSPOT Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. Some user accounts in the domain have the P.O. Box attribute set. You plan to remove the value of the P.O. Box attribute for all of the users by using Ldifde. You have a user named User1 who is located in the Users container. How should you configure the LDIF file to remove the value of the P.O. Box attribute for User1? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area. Answer: Exhibit
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QUESTION: 48 DRAG DROP Your company has multiple offices. The network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. An Active Directory site exists for each office. All of the sites connect to each other by using DEFAULTIPSITEUNK. The company plans to open a new office. The new office will have a domain controller and 100 client computers. You install Windows Server 2016 on a member server in the new office. The new server will become a domain controller. You need to deploy the domain controller to the new office. The solution must ensure that the client computers in the new office will
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