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  • Module 10: Configuring Windows XP Professional to operate in Microsoft networks. The following topics are covered in this module: Examining workgroups and user accounts, creating and authenticating local user accounts, configuring local security, configuring networking options in a workgroup, operating in a domain.

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  • In this chapter, you will learn about user management at the local level. This chapter covers how to create user accounts, manage user properties, set account and local policies, and troubleshoot user account authentication. We’ll begin with an overview of the types of Windows 2000 user accounts and how the logon process works.

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  • In this chapter, you will learn about the Windows Services, previously known as NT Services. A Windows service is any application that needs to execute for long periods of time in its own session on a server. A Windows service starts without any intervention from a user when the server’s operating system boots, and it can authenticate using either the local SYSTEM account or a domain user’s account; in this way the Windows service can use the security context that best fits its purpose.

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  • AUTHENTICATION 225 In this chapter, we are going to discuss different parts of RBAC one by one. 8.1 Authentication In order to use RBAC, users need to be identified. This means that they need to register (or be registered) and log in. Auth provides multiple login methods. The default one consists of identifying users based on the local auth user table. Alternatively, it can log in users against third-party basic authentication systems (for example a Twitter account), SMTP servers (for example Gmail), or LDAP (your corporate account).

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  • A security database authenticates an account. When a user logs on to the local computer, the computer records the account logon event. When a user logs on to a domain, the authenticating domain controller records the account logon event.

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