Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding and creating user objects, part of Windows Server 2012: Install, Configure, and Administer Active Directory.
- Next we want to talk about User Objects.…User Objects are also referred to as user accounts…and they are the main means by which a person…can access Active Directory resources.…There are several different types of…User Objects or user accounts that we can use.…One is a Local user.…A second is a Domain user,…and then finally we also have Built-in accounts.…In Local user accounts they can only access resources…that are on the current computer.…
They are also not replicated or copied to other computers,…and finally they don't have access to Active Directory.…Domain users on the other hand…have access to Active Directory…and they are replicated between domain controllers.…The next type of account are the Built-in accounts.…Built-in accounts are automatically created…when you set up a Server 2012 system.…Two important types of Built-in accounts are the…Administrator account and the Guest account.…
These are not the only two Built-in accounts,…there are a great many more,…but these are the two we'll talk about here.…
- Understanding what a domain controller does
- Adding and removing domain controllers
- Configuring a global catalog server
- Creating and managing users and computers in Active Directory
- Working with groups and organizational units
Skill Level Beginner
1. Installing Domain Servers
2. Creating and Managing Users and Computers in Active Directory
3. Creating and Managing Groups and Organizational Units in Active Directory
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