Active Directory

This section is to help you configure your security in Active Directory. There are a few things you can do to facilitate easier administration and to increase security.


Most of Windows security is based on Active Directory Group Policy Object management. You can learn more about this by reading Mark Minasi's Mastering Windows Server 2008 R2, published by Sybex.

Organizational Units

The basic building block for administration in Active Directory is the organization unit (OU). OUs allow you to group objects together for policy inheritance or for delegating administration.

It is strongly recommended that you create an OU architecture for your Hyper-V host servers. This will allow you to create ...

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