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Building a SharePoint 2016 Home Lab: A How-To Reference on Simulating a Realistic SharePoint Testing Environment by Stacy Simpkins

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© Stacy Simpkins 2016

Stacy Simpkins, Building a SharePoint 2016 Home Lab, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2170-9_4

4. Active Directory

Stacy Simpkins

(1)Brandon, Florida, USA

In the previous chapters, you planned your domain. You thought up names for your servers and for your service accounts. And now it’s time to create those accounts and start thinking about how they’ll be used.

Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS) is installed at this point and you’re going to start organizing its objects. Objects in Active Directory (AD) take various forms. For example, user accounts, security groups, distribution groups, organizational units, and containers, are all types of AD objects. When you look inside ADDS, take notice that there are essentially two different places ...

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