Download MCSA/MCSE (Exam 70-292) Study Guide. Managing and by Will Schmied, Robert J. Shimonski PDF

By Will Schmied, Robert J. Shimonski

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Author and DVD presenter

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Technical editor and DVD presenter

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Technical reviewer

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Special contributors

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About the research advisor and DVD education system

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Chapter 1 - coping with clients, desktops, and groups

, Pages 1-71
Chapter 2 - dealing with and keeping terminal providers access

, Pages 73-125
Chapter three - handling and retaining distant servers

, Pages 127-197
Chapter four - dealing with and holding internet servers

, Pages 199-273
Chapter five - coping with and enforcing catastrophe recovery

, Pages 275-336
Chapter 6 - enforcing, coping with, and conserving identify resolution

, Pages 337-402
Chapter 7 - imposing, handling, and holding community security

, Pages 403-485
Chapter eight - handling and imposing software program updates

, Pages 487-534
Appendix A - MCSA command-line reference

, Pages 535-608
Appendix B - Self attempt questions, solutions, and explanations

, Pages 609-679

, Pages 681-697

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2. Expand the console tree until you locate the user in question. 3. 35. 35 Copying a User Account to Create a New User Account 4. You will need to supply the same inforr~ation for the copy process as you did when creating a new user account. By default, only the most common attributes are copied during the user account copy process. These include log on hours, workstation restrictions, and account expiration date. You can modify which attributes are copied to the newly created user from the Active Directory Schema snap-in.

4. 6. 6 Entering the New Group Information 11 11 Enter the Group name. By default, the pre-Windows 2000 Group name is the same; however, you can change it as required to make it compatible with Network Basic Input/Output System (NetBIOS) naming requirements. Select the Group scope and Group type as required. Click OK to create the new group. N e w groups can also be created from the command line using the dsadd command. 5. Appendix A contains a complete listing of the dsadd command and its switches.

If not, click then click the Browse button to open the standard Select Users, Computers or Groups dialog box, which will allow you to search for the user or group to add. 27 Locating the User or Group More often than not a group is used to simplify the management of access to shared resources on a network. Assigning these permissions takes a different approach than has been seen thus far in our dealings with groups. This is a setting that needs to be configured directly on the object in question, such as a file share or shared printer for example.

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