Chapter 37. Managing Users, Groups, and Computers

As an administrator, managing users, groups, and computers will probably be a significant part of your duties and responsibilities. Managing users, groups, and computers encapsulates the important duties of a system administrator because of the way convenience, performance, fault tolerance, and security must be balanced.

Managing Domain User Accounts

Microsoft Windows operating systems have come a long way from Microsoft Windows NT 4 when all you had was User Manager for Domains, two default users on installation, and only global and local groups. Managing users in ...

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