Implementing Active Directory Security

So far, you have looked at many different concepts that are related to security within Active Directory. You began by exploring security principals and how they form the basis for administering Active Directory security. Then you considered the purpose and function of groups, how group scopes can affect how these groups work, and how to create a list of the predefined users and groups for new domains and domain controllers. Based on all of this information, it’s time to see how you can implement Active Directory security.

In this section, you’ll take a look at how you can create and manage users and groups. The most commonly used tool for working with these objects is the Active Directory Users and Computers ...

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