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Lesson 5-Directory Assistance: Administration Using Active Directory Users and Computers

Lesson 5-Directory Assistance: Administration Using Active Directory Users and Computers. Overview. Identify Active Directory objects. Create objects using the Active Directory Users and Computers tool. Manage objects using the Active Directory Users and Computers tool.

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Lesson 5-Directory Assistance: Administration Using Active Directory Users and Computers

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  1. Lesson 5-Directory Assistance: Administration Using Active Directory Users and Computers by Rashid Khan

  2. Overview • Identify Active Directory objects. • Create objects using the Active Directory Users and Computers tool. • Manage objects using the Active Directory Users and Computers tool. by Rashid Khan

  3. Identify Active Directory Objects The Active Directory objects are: • Computer • User • Contact • Group • Organizational unit (OU) • Printer and shared folder by Rashid Khan

  4. Computer • A computer account uniquely identifies a client computer or a member server. • It allows a computer to join a domain. • It allows to remotely administer the computer over the network. • It is one of the security principals in a domain. by Rashid Khan

  5. User • A user account is also a security principal. • It allows users to log on to the network and becomes their network identity. • To create a user account, the user’s full name, logon name, and the initial password are required. by Rashid Khan

  6. Contact • Contacts are created to provide contact information for those who are not members of the network. • The contact’s full name is required to create a contact. by Rashid Khan

  7. Group • Groups are the primary mechanism for managing network security. • A group or a group account is a security principal that is used to collectively manage resource access for other security principals. by Rashid Khan

  8. Group • Groups can be referred to as distribution and security groups. • The different types of security groups have different group scopes. • The group scope provides access to resources at different levels within the overall logical network. by Rashid Khan

  9. Group The three types of security groups are: • Domain local groups – Can be given permissions for the domain in which they were created. • Global groups – Can become members of a group in other trusted domains. • Universal groups – Can be given permissions throughout all trusted domains, without having to join any other group. by Rashid Khan

  10. Organizational Unit OUs: • Are used to subdivide a domain into manageable segments. This helps organize the network. • Help administrators to delegate administrative tasks of the OU to other users. by Rashid Khan

  11. Printer and Shared Folder • An Active Directory object representing a shared folder or printer, enables users to search for resources. • The process of creating an Active Directory object for a shared resource is referred to as publishing. • Shared printers on a Windows Server 2003 computer are automatically published. by Rashid Khan

  12. Create Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers • The Active Directory Users and Computer interface. • The initial Active Directory containers and objects. by Rashid Khan

  13. The Active Directory Users and Computer Interface • The consistent design of the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) makes it easy to work with tools that are otherwise unfamiliar to the administrator. • The Active Directory Users and Computer interface displays a hierarchy of containers. These containers in turn contain other containers and various Active Directory objects. by Rashid Khan

  14. The Active Directory Users and Computer Interface The Active Directory Users and Computer Interface by Rashid Khan

  15. The Active Directory Users and Computer Interface Domain Controllers by Rashid Khan

  16. The Active Directory Users and Computer Interface Advanced Features by Rashid Khan

  17. The Active Directory Users and Computer Interface The Users Container by Rashid Khan

  18. The Active Directory Users and Computer Interface User Description by Rashid Khan

  19. The Initial Active Directory Containers and Objects The five default containers that form the basic structure of a domain are: • Builtin – Contains the security groups included with the installation of Active Directory. • Computers – Is the default location for upgraded computer accounts from previous network operating systems such as Windows NT. • Domain Controllers (DCs) – Contains DCs for the domain that can be used to apply security policies to OUs. by Rashid Khan

  20. The Initial Active Directory Containers and Objects The five default containers that form the basic structure of a domain are (continued): • ForeignSecurityPrincipals – Holds SIDs of security principals from external, trusted domains. • Users – Is the location for upgraded user accounts from Windows NT and the initial administrator account. by Rashid Khan

  21. Create Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers • Computer and user accounts are the most frequently created Active Directory objects. • The OUs may not be created as frequently, but they should be planned properly before creation. by Rashid Khan

  22. Create Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers New Object: Computer by Rashid Khan

  23. Create Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers Computer Name by Rashid Khan

  24. Create Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers New Object: User by Rashid Khan

  25. Create Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers User Password by Rashid Khan

  26. Create Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers New Object: Organizational Unit by Rashid Khan

  27. Manage Objects Using Active Directory Users and Computers • Object properties. • Basic Active Directory Users and Computers object management. by Rashid Khan

  28. The Object Properties Dialog Box • The computer account properties dialog box. • The user account properties dialog box. • The organizational unit properties dialog box. by Rashid Khan

  29. The Computer Account Properties Dialog Box The computer account properties dialog box by Rashid Khan

  30. The Computer Account Properties Dialog Box The various tabs available in the computer account properties dialog box are: • General • Operating System • Member Of by Rashid Khan

  31. The Computer Account Properties Dialog Box The various tabs available in the computer account properties dialog box are (continued): • Delegation • Location • Managed By • Dial-in by Rashid Khan

  32. The User Account Properties Dialog Box The user account properties dialog box by Rashid Khan

  33. The User Account Properties Dialog Box The various tabs available in the user account properties dialog box are: • General • Address • Account • Profile by Rashid Khan

  34. The various tabs available in the user account properties dialog box are (continued): • Telephones • Organization • Terminal Services Profile • Sessions by Rashid Khan

  35. The User Account Properties Dialog Box The various tabs available in the user account properties dialog box are (continued): • Terminal Services Profile • Sessions • Environment • Remote control • COM+ by Rashid Khan

  36. The Organizational Unit Properties Dialog Box The organizational unit properties dialog box by Rashid Khan

  37. The Organizational Unit Properties Dialog Box The various tabs available in the organizational unit properties dialog box are: • General • Managed By • Com+ • Group Policy by Rashid Khan

  38. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management • Managing the basic Active Directory Users and Computers involves moving and editing the objects. • Windows 2003 allows to move the objects by dragging and dropping. by Rashid Khan

  39. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management Active Directory Users and Computers Interface by Rashid Khan

  40. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management The Location Tab by Rashid Khan

  41. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management Selecting a User or Contact by Rashid Khan

  42. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management The Managed By Tab by Rashid Khan

  43. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management Selecting Groups by Rashid Khan

  44. Summary • Various Active Directory objects are user and computer accounts, group or group accounts, organizational units (OUs), printers, and shared folders. • Active Directory objects can be created using the Active Directory Users and Computers interface. • Objects within the Active Directory User and Computers interface can be managed using the object properties. • Managing basic Active Directory users and objects involves moving and editing Active Directory objects. by Rashid Khan

  45. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management Selecting a Group From a List of Groups by Rashid Khan

  46. Basic Active Directory Users and Computers Object Management The Member Of Tab by Rashid Khan

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