WORKING WITH Client ACCOUNTS.


49 views
Uploaded on:
Category: Business / Finance
Description
Comprehend the contrasts between nearby client and space client accounts. ... Make and oversee client accounts by utilizing layouts, importation, and charge line apparatuses. ...
Transcripts
Slide 1

Chapter 6 WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS

Slide 2

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS CHAPTER OVERVIEW Understand the contrasts between nearby client and space client accounts. Arrange, make, and oversee neighborhood and area client accounts. Make and oversee client accounts by utilizing formats, importation, and order line devices. Oversee client profiles. Comprehend the reason and capacity of profiles. Investigate client verification issues.

Slide 3

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS UNDERSTANDING USER ACCOUNTS Stored in the Security Accounts Manager (SAM) database on that framework Can be utilized just on that framework Domain client accounts Stored in Active Directory on space controllers Can be utilized on any framework as a part of Active Directory

Slide 4

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS WORKGROUPS No unified database of client records User account must exist in the SAM of every framework the client gets to Impractical in situations with more than 10 clients

Slide 5

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS DOMAINS

Slide 6

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS PLANNING USER ACCOUNTS Account naming Choosing passwords Designing an Active Directory chain of command

Slide 7

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS ACCOUNT NAMING Account names can be somewhere around 1 and 20 characters (letters and/or numbers). Account names are not case touchy. The accompanying characters can\'t be utilized as a part of the record name: "/\ [ ] : ; | , + = * ? < > @

Slide 8

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS CHOOSING PASSWORDS

Slide 9

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS DESIGNING AN ACTIVE DIRECTORY HIERARCHY Create an authoritative unit (OU) structure Place clients in proper OU Provides for components, for example, bunch strategy

Slide 10

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS WORKING WITH LOCAL USER ACCOUNTS

Slide 11

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS CREATING A LOCAL USER ACCOUNT

Slide 12

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS MANAGING LOCAL USER ACCOUNTS

Slide 13

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS WORKING WITH DOMAIN USER ACCOUNTS

Slide 14

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS CREATING A DOMAIN USER ACCOUNT

Slide 15

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS MANAGING DOMAIN USER ACCOUNTS From the Action menu, you can: Reset a client account secret word. Rename, incapacitate, and erase a record. Change bunch enrollment. Send email and open a client\'s landing page.

Slide 16

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE GENERAL TAB

Slide 17

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE ADDRESS TAB

Slide 18

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE TELEPHONES TAB

Slide 19

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE ORGANIZATION TAB

Slide 20

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE ACCOUNT TAB

Slide 21

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE PROFILE TAB

Slide 22

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE MEMBER OF TAB

Slide 23

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE TERMINAL SERVICES PROFILE TAB

Slide 24

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE ENVIRONMENT TAB

Slide 25

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE REMOTE CONTROL TAB

Slide 26

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE SESSIONS TAB

Slide 27

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE DIAL-IN TAB

Slide 28

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS THE COM+ TAB

Slide 29

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS MANAGING MULTIPLE USERS

Slide 30

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS MOVING USER OBJECTS

Slide 31

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS CREATING MULTIPLE USER OBJECTS Using object formats Using Csvde.exe Using Dsadd.exe

Slide 32

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USING OBJECT TEMPLATES Can be a current client account or a record made particularly to copy. Not all properties are duplicated. Object formats ought to be impaired to avert utilization of the record.

Slide 33

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS IMPORTING USER OBJECTS USING CSV DIRECTORY EXCHANGE Useful for making substantial quantities of clients at once. Step 1: Create a comma-isolated worth (CSV) content record of client data. Step 2: Use Csvde.exe to import the client data from the CSV record into Active Directory.

Slide 34

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS CREATING USER OBJECTS WITH DSADD.EXE Command-line utility Can be utilized as a part of bunch records or scripts Can be utilized to include different items and also clients

Slide 35

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS MODIFYING USER OBJECTS WITH DSMOD.EXE Command-line utility Can be utilized as a part of clump documents or scripts Can be utilized just to change existing articles

Slide 36

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS MANAGING USER PROFILES Allows every client to have a tweaked working environment Preserves application settings, easy routes, and inclinations Ensures that clients don\'t influence each other\'s workplace

Slide 37

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USER PROFILE CONTENTS User-put away archives and documents Application designs and settings Desktop and environment settings Control Panel settings and setups

Slide 38

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USER PROFILE DIRECTORY STRUCTURE

Slide 39

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USING LOCAL PROFILES Stored on the nearby framework Available just when the client sign on to that framework Can be adjusted by the client as required

Slide 40

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USING ROAMING PROFILES Allows a client to have the same work space from any customer PC she sign on to. Focal capacity accommodates less demanding reinforcement.

Slide 41

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USING MANDATORY PROFILES Can be either neighborhood or wandering. Client can roll out improvements, however changes are not spared when client logs off. Renaming Ntuser.dat to Ntuser.man assigns profile as obligatory.

Slide 42

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS MONITORING AND TROUBLESHOOTING USER AUTHENTICATION Using watchword approaches Using account lockout arrangements

Slide 43

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USING PASSWORD POLICIES Provides an instrument to control secret word use in the association. Should strike a harmony amongst convenience and security. Making a secret key approach that is excessively requesting builds watchword related bolster calls.

Slide 44

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS USING ACCOUNT LOCKOUT POLICIES Account Lockout Threshold Account Lockout Duration Reset Account Lockout Counter After

Slide 45

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS ACTIVE DIRECTORY CLIENTS Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 incorporate full Active Directory customer abilities. Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows NT 4 require extra customer programming to increase full Active Directory usefulness.

Slide 46

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS AUDITING AUTHENTICATION Allows you to track fizzled and fruitful logon endeavors Can frame part of a security arrangement Creates negligible framework overhead in everything except biggest situations

Slide 47

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS SUMMARY Local client records are put away on the neighborhood framework and can give clients get to just to nearby assets. Area client records are put away on Active Directory space controllers and can furnish clients with access to assets everywhere throughout the system. Client objects incorporate the properties identified with the people they speak to. A client object layout is an item that is duplicated to create new clients. On the off chance that the layout is not a "genuine" client, it ought to be handicapped. Just a subset of client properties is duplicated from layouts. Windows Server 2003 incorporates summon line instruments that you can use to make and oversee Active Directory objects, including Csvde.exe, Dsadd.exe, and Dsmod.exe.

Slide 48

Chapter 6: WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS SUMMARY (proceeded with) A client profile is an accumulation of envelopes and information that make up the desktop environment for a particular client. Windows Server 2003 creates an individual client profile for every individual who sign on to the framework. Nearby client profiles are put away on the neighborhood drive, while a wandering client profile is put away on a system server. A required client profile is one that never shows signs of change, giving the same desktop setup every time the client sign on. Evaluating for confirmation permits you to track logon action for the system.

Recommended
View more...