Chapter 3. Survey of Active Directory Capabilities

Active Directory Domain Services provides security as well as storage of network objects, such as users, groups, and computers, to distributed networks built on Windows Server-based operating systems beginning with Microsoft Windows Server 2000. You may have referred to Active Directory Domain Services in the past as simply Active Directory. Active Directory is now considered to be a legacy term. Any network administrator will need to work with Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI). In fact, many ...

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