Join Martin Guidry for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with domain accounts in Windows 10, part of Securing Windows 10.
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- [Voiceover] Now let's look at working with…domain users on Windows 10.…Off the Start menu, I'll type in users,…and I'll go to the option for Add, edit, or remove…other users, and this time, near the top of the interface,…where it says Add a work or school user,…I'll click on the plus sign,…and it asks me very little information.…It simply asks me for the user account…and the account type.…My options for account type are…either Standard User or Administrator.…
So I'll type in the name of a user account…that I knew already exists on the domain controller,…and I'll hit Add,…and we see that new account has come up.…So that is clearly a success.…We can also use this same interface to add a group.…So, again, I'll click on the plus sign…next to Add a work or school user,…and this time I'll type in the name of a group…that I know exists on the domain,…and I don't get a success or failure message.…We will need to go to a different interface…to see that this was successful.…
SO I'll close this settings interface,…go back to the Start menu,…
In this course, Martin Guidry helps you work through each essential security step. He takes you through familiar ground, standard account setup, covering accounts, passwords, users groups, and permissions. He also takes you through unfamiliar territory, enhanced features and new products, examining BitLocker, Wi-Fi Sense, Windows Defender, and Edge, the new web browser. This course provides instructional step-by-step walkthroughs in addition to best practice discussions. Learn how to protect your computer from a network attack, apply security policies in Group Policy, use remote desktop, and more.
- Setting up passwords, smart cards, and biometrics
- Creating groups and assigning permissions
- Assigning permissions
- Encrypting full discs, file transfers, and networks
- Using anti-virus and anti-malware solutions
- Configuring firewall settings
- Securing remote desktop connections