Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure and apply password setting objects (PSOs), part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure and Manage Active Directory.
- Typically, password policy settings are required to…be applied at the domain level.…We now have a feature called Password Settings Objects…with fine grained password policies, which allow us…to create different password rules…for different groups within a domain.…So to show you how these password settings objects work,…I'm going to go into DC1.…Now one thing I do want to talk about…with this particular feature, similar to the…active directory Recycle Bin, this was actually…introduced back in Windows Server 2008 R2.…
But also similar to the active directory Recycle Bin,…it was not used nearly as much…as it might have been, because there was no…simple graphical user interface to be able to…manage these policies.…That's what Windows Server 2012 has given us.…It's given us this simple interface.…Again, similar to the Recycle Bin,…that interface happens to be the…Active Directory Administrative Center…so if I click on Tools, I'll find that right up top here,…Active Directory Administrative Center.…
In the Active Directory Administrative Center,…
Ed Liberman shows how to configure service authentication, domain controllers, and account policies, and maintain Active Directory so that it remains stable and secure. He'll cover virtualizing domain controllers, Active Directory backup and recovery, password policy management, and Kerberos policies and delegation.
- Installing read-only domain controllers
- Configuring virtual domain controllers
- Backing up Active Directory
- Recovering Active Directory
- Configuring account policies: password, lockout, and Kerberos
- Configuring service accounts
- Managing service accounts