Chapter 35. 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 you must balance convenience, performance, fault tolerance, and security.

Managing Domain User Accounts

The next part of this chapter is dedicated to helping you plan, manage, and administer user accounts in a secure and efficient manner. Microsoft Windows operating systems have come a long way since the early days ...

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