Chapter 10. Managing Active Directory Objects

The most common tasks that you will perform using Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory directory service will involve the management of Active Directory objects such as users and groups. Most companies will create an Active Directory design and implement it once. After the deployment, few changes will be made to most Active Directory objects. However, working with user objects and group objects is a significant exception to this rule. As employees join or leave the company, the administrator will need to spend time managing users and groups. Active Directory also contains other objects such as printer objects, computer objects, and shared folder objects that may require frequent administration. ...

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