Learn how to create an organizational unit hierarchy in Active Directory.
- [Instructor] There are three main benefits…to having an organizational unit hierarchy…within your Active Directory Domain Services environment.…The first one is just kind of the obvious,…which is that it just helps keep things organized.…It stops you from having to have…all of your objects in just one place.…You can actually have some level of organizational to it.…The second is that it can help you to…apply group policy object settings,…and don't worry if you're not familiar…with group policy objects, you'll learn about that…as part of learning all about Windows Server 2019.…
And the third has to do with…having the ability to delegate control over objects,…which we learned about in another video in this course.…So, what I want to do here is…talk to you about…the different hierarchical strategies…that are typically used.…To do this, I'm going to connect to DC1.…Here in the server manager, we're going to go…up to the Tools menu, and go to Active Directory…Users and Computers,…and then I have my landonhotel.local domain,…
- 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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