Active Directory Essay

739 Words Sep 22nd, 2015 3 Pages
1.By using SYBEX, please write step by step to

A) Create new subdomain named by KualaLumpurCampus

B) Create site name TimaBuilding

C) Create new TWO (2) server object within TimaBuilding site, type ExamUnitTima & AdminTima

D) Create another site name BlockA with a server object name BlockALibrary

E) Create OU structure

F) Create Active directory object

G) Create and publishing printer

H) Create and publishing shared folder

2. Find step by step how to assigning user privileges using Active Directory.
1. Go to Start} Programs} Administrative Tools} Active Directory Users and Computers.
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A) What means by Group Policy Object (GPO) and GPO inheritance?
i) Group Policy Object (GPO)
In the Windows 2000 operating system, a Group Policy Object (GPO) is a collection of settings that define what a system will look like and how it will behave for a defined group of users. Microsoft provides a program snap-in that allows you to use the Group Policy Microsoft Management Console (MMC). The selections result in a Group Policy Object. The GPO is associated with selected Active Directory containers, such as sites, domains, or organizational units (OUs). ii) GPO inheritance
GPOs from parent containers are inherited by default. For most policy settings, the final value of a given policy setting is set only by the highest precedent GPO that contains that setting. (However, the final value for a few settings will actually be the combination of values across GPOs.) Precedence of GPOs determined by the order of processing for the GPOs. GPOs processed last have highest precedence. A nested OU is one that has another OU as its parent. In the case of nested OUs, GPOs associated with parent OUs are processed prior to GPOs associated with child OUs.
B) What is group policy?
Group Policy is an infrastructure that allows you to implement specific configurations for users and computers. Group Policy settings are contained in Group Policy objects (GPOs), which are linked to the following Active Directory directory service

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