Chapter 9. Understanding User and Group Accounts

Managing accounts is one of your primary tasks as a Microsoft Windows Server 2008 administrator. Chapter 8, discussed computer accounts. This chapter examines user and group accounts. With user accounts, you can enable individual users to log on to the network and access network resources. With group accounts, you manage resources for multiple users. The permissions and privileges you assign to user and group accounts determine which actions users can perform, as well as which computer systems and resources they can access. ...

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