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12.On TREY-DC1, open File Explorer by clicking the File Explorericon on the taskbar.13.Create the C:\Datafolder.14.Create a text file in the C:\Data folder named test.txt.
70-742 Identity with Windows Server 201615.Right-click the Datafolder and choose Properties.16.In the Properties dialog box, click the Sharingtab.17.Click the Advanced Sharingbutton.18.In the Advanced Sharing dialog box, click to select Share this folder.19.Click the Permissionsbutton.20.In the Permissions dialog box, grant Allow Full Controlto Everyone.21.Click OKto close Permissions dialog box.22.Click OKto close the Advanced Sharing dialog box.23.On the Properties dialog box, click the Securitytab.Question5Which users can access the Data Properties?System, admin, Users and creator owner24.Click the Editbutton.25.In the Permissions dialog box, click Add.26.In the Select Users, Computers, Service Accounts, or Groups dialog box, click Locations.27.In the Locations dialog box, click Adatum.com (as shown as Figure 6-3) and then click OK.
70-742 Identity with Windows Server 2016Figure 6-3Selecting a domain when accessing remote resources28.In the Enter the object names to select text box, type domain users and then click OKto close the Select Users or Groups dialog box. 29.Click OK to close the Permissions dialog box.30.Click CLOSEto close the Data Properties dialog box.31.On LON-DC1, open the File Explorer by clicking the File Explorerbutton on the task bar.32.In the Location text box, type\\trey-dc1\dataand press Enter. You should see the test.txt file.33.Take a screen shot of the data window by pressing Alt+PrtScrand then paste it into yourLab06_worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
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70-742 Identity with Windows Server 201634.Close File Explorer.Close any open windows before you begin the next exercise.Exercise 6.4Configuring Multiple UPN SuffixesOverviewIn this exercise, you will define multiple UPN suffixes so that different logins can be used with the same user.MindsetName suffix routing manages how authentication requests are passedto each AD DS forest in a forest trust. Name suffixes can be modified or excluded from being routed across a forest trust. By excluding an already routed name suffix, future authentication requests by those unique name suffixes will be disallowed.Completion time10 minutes1.On LON-DC1, open the Active Directory Domains and Trusts console and then right-click Active Directory Domains and Trustsand choose Properties.2.In the Alternative UPN suffixes text box (as shown in Figure 6-4), type litware.comand then click Add.
70-742 Identity with Windows Server 2016Figure 6-4Configuring the UPN suffixes3.In the Alternative UPN suffixes text box, type treyresearch.adatum.comand then click Add.

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