Learn how to create groups in Active Directory.
- [Instructor] While you might find it to be practical…to assign rights and permissions to individual user accounts…in a very small environment it is not very practical at all…when you are working in a large enterprise network.…So in order to help alleviate the problem of having…to assign rights and permissions to individual users…one at a time we now have the ability to create groups…and then we can make users members of those groups…and then simply assign rights and permissions…to the group which will then inherit down to the users.…
So let me demonstrate the how to create these group objects…in Active Directory.…To do this, we're going to connect to DC one.…Here in Server Manager I'm going to go up to the Tools menu…and select Active Directory Users and Computers.…Here, we can see our domain landonhotel.local…and if I expand it we get all our containers…and we need to, just like with creating any other object,…we need to select what container we want to create the group…in and for this demonstration I'm going to select…
- Installing domain controllers, including the AD DS role
- Managing AD DS with AD Administrative Center and the command line
- Transferring and seizing FSMO roles
- Adjusting permissions
- Creating users and groups
- Managing computer accounts
- Creating organizational units (OUs)
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2019 Essential Trainingwith Scott M Burrell3h 18m Intermediate
What you should know1m 35s
1. Installing Domain Controllers
2. Active Directory Administration Tools
3. Flexible Single Master of Operations (FSMO)
4. Active Directory Permissions
5. Managing AD DS Objects
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