This module helps students to create groups and organizational units in Active Directory Domain Services.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Describe the options for creating groups.
Configure groups in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
Configure organizational units (OUs) in AD DS
Group Policy Objects Starting with Windows NT 4.0, Microsoft introduced System Policy, a mechanism for using the registry to "lock down" specific portions of user desktops to prevent users from tweaking the configuration
Fabrizio Volpe has worked in the Iccrea Banking Group since 2000, as a network and systems administrator.
Banca Agrileasing (part of the Iccrea Group) was a company with a Windows NT4 and Exchange 5.5 (and Proxy Server v2.0) environment managing 300 users. Now, as Iccrea Banca in the Microsoft Technologies workgroup, Fabrizio and his colleagues manage more than 2000 users at their central site, a nationwide branch offices network, and provides services for more than 400 banks.
Group Policy Overview The System policies provide another instrument to help system administrators control user access to the network and manage desktop settings, including data sharing and configuring system settings
Module 9: Configuring IPsec. Internet Protocol security (IPsec) is a framework of open standards for protecting communications over IP networks through cryptographic security services. IPsec supports network-level peer authentication, data-origin authentication, data integrity, data confidentiality (encryption), and replay protection. The Microsoft IPsec implementation is based on standards that the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) IPsec working group developed. In this module, you will learn how to implement, configure, and troubleshoot IPsec.
To follow the steps in this white paper, you will need to configure five computers in a specific topology.
Each computer in the lab has specific hardware and operating system requirements, which are
specified in the subsections below.
To set up this test lab, you will need the following hardware and software:
Your network equipment currently includes a 4006 Core switch, 2900XL access switch and a 2600
Internet router. Your network is segmented into five functional VLANs for better network
management. VLANs include “Accounting”, “Marketing”, “Engineering”, and “Internet” for the users
and “default” used for the native VLAN network management. Inter-VLAN routing has been
implemented using a Layer-3 routing switch module for the 4006 to allow individuals and servers on
your Virtual LANs to exchange information.
Table of Content Introduction to SQL Server 2008 What‘s New in SQL Server 2008? SQL Server 2008 Architecture Pages and Extents Files and File groups Memory Architecture Thread and Task Architecture Installing SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2008 Installation Case Study/Practical Troubleshooting Upgrading the SQL server Configuring SQL Server Managing Database Services Case Study: Rebuilding System databases Case Study: Server Collation in SQL Server 2008
The Administrators and Power Users groups can create shared folders on a Windows
2000 Professional workstation. Windows 2000 creates administrative shared folders for
administrative reasons. These shares are appended with dollar sign ($) which hides the
share from users browsing the computer. The system folder (Admin$), the location of the
printer drivers (Print$) and the root of each volume (C$, D$, etc.) are all hidden shared
You are the cluster administrator for your company. The company wants its file
services to be highly available. You need to evenly migrate all of the data on 10
dedicated file servers across an active/active cluster. The old servers will be
deployed throughout the network for various noncritical functions.
Many users have mapped drives an embedded UNIC references to the existing
servers name and share names. You need to ensure that those existing connections
continue to function properly after the migration.
The cluster is configured to have three disk groups.
This module provides students with the knowledge and skills required to use
Group Policy to deploy software.
At the end of this module, students will be able to:
Describe how to manage software deployment by using Group Policy.
Describe how Windows® Installer is used for software installation and
Use Group Policy to deploy software.
Use Group Policy to configure software deployment.
Use Group Policy to maintain software.
Troubleshoot common problems with software deployment.
Apply best practices for deploying software....
This module provides students with the knowledge and skills to use Group
Policy to manage user environments, and install, modify, repair and remove
software more efficiently. Students will learn to manage user environments by
configuring the Administrative Template settings, using Group Policy to run
scripts at designated times, and redirecting folders to a central location. They
will also learn how software installation policies take advantage of the
Microsoft® Windows® Installer to deliver software to computers....
Your network switching equipment currently includes a 4006 Core switch and a 2900XL access
switch. Your network is segmented into four functional VLANs for better network management.
VLANs include “Accounting”, “Marketing” and “Engineering” for the users and “default” used for
the native VLAN network management. After deciding on your subnet ranges and VTP
information, illustrated below, your next step is to implement Inter-VLAN routing. Inter-VLAN
routing will allow individuals and servers on your Virtual LANs to exchange information.
Using ASP .NET Membership
Welcome Administrator! Welcome Average User!
If you request the page in Listing 27.31 after enabling the WindowsTokenRoleProvider, you see the content displayed by the LoginView control only when you are a member of the Windows Administrators group.
Configuring the AuthorizationStoreRoleProvider
Authorization Manager (AzMan) is a component of Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. You can use Authorization Manager to define roles, tasks, and operations.
This module provides students with knowledge and skills to manage user
environments by using Group Policy. Students will learn to manage user
environments by configuring the administrative template settings, using Group
Policy to run scripts at designated times, redirecting folders to a central
location, and applying security settings.
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After completing this module, students will be able to Configure AD DS user accounts, Configure AD DS computer accounts, and use queries to search AD DS.
To teach this module, you need the Microsoft Office PowerPoint® file 6419A_02.ppt.
Important: It is recommended that you use PowerPoint 2002 or a later version to display the slides for this course. If you use PowerPoint Viewer or an earlier version of PowerPoint, all the features of the slides might not be displayed correctly....