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Some of the account options listed in Table 3-2 have the potential to contradict policies set in the domain policies. For example, the default domain policy implements a best practice of disabling the storing of passwords using reversible encryption. However, in the rare circumstances that require reversible encryption, the user account property, Store Password Using Reversible Encryption, will take precedence for that specific user object. Similarly, the domain may specify a maximum password age, or that users must change password at next logon. If a user object is configured such that Password never expires, that configuration will override the domain s policies.
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When creating a user, you are prompted to configure the most common user properties, including logon names and password. However, user objects support numerous additional properties that you can configure at any time using Active Directory Users And Computers. These properties facilitate the administration of, and the searching for, an object. To configure the properties of a user object, select the object, click the Action menu, and then choose Properties. The user s Properties dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 3-3. An alternative way to view an object s properties would be to right-click the object and select Properties from the shortcut menu.
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The property pages in the Properties dialog box expose properties that fall into several broad categories:
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Account properties: the Account tab These properties include those that are configured when you create a user object, including logon names, password and account flags. Personal information: the General, Address, Telephones, and Organization tabs The General tab exposes the name properties that are configured when you create a user object. User configuration management: the Profile tab Here you can configure the user s profile path, logon script, and home folder locations.
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User Accounts
Group membership: the Member Of tab groups, and set the user s primary group.
You can add and remove user
Terminal services: the Terminal Services Profile, Environment, Remote Control, and Sessions tabs These four tabs allow you to configure and manage the user s experience when they are connected to a Terminal Services session. Remote access: the Dial-in tab access permission for a user. Allows you to enable and configure remote
Applications: the COM+ tab Assigns Active Directory COM+ partition sets to the user. This feature, new to Windows Server 2003, facilitates the management of distributed applications.
Account Properties
Of particular note are the user s account properties, on the Account tab of the user s Properties dialog box. An example appears in Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-4 The user Account tab
Several of these properties were discussed in Table 3-2. Those properties were config ured when creating the user object and can be modified, as can a larger set of account properties, using the Account tab. Several properties are not necessarily self-explanatory, and deserve definition in Table 3-3.
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Creating and Managing User Objects
Table 3-3
User Account Properties
Description Click Logon Hours to configure the hours during which a user is allowed to log on to the network. Click Log On To if you want to limit the workstations to which the user can log on. This is called Computer Restrictions in other parts of the user interface. You must have NetBIOS over TCP/IP enabled for this feature to restrict users because it uses the computer name, rather than the Media Access Control (MAC) address of its network card, to restrict logon. This option, which stores the password in Active Directory without using Active Directory s powerful, nonreversible encryption hashing algorithm, exists to support applications that require knowledge of the user password. If it is not absolutely required, do not enable this option because it
weakens password security significantly. Passwords stored using revers
ible encryption are similar to those stored as plaintext.
Macintosh clients using the AppleTalk protocol require knowledge of the
user password. If a user logs on using a Macintosh client, you will need
to select the option to Store password using reversible encryption.
Smart cards are portable, tamper-resistant hardware devices that store unique identification information for a user. They are attached to, or inserted into, a system and provide an additional, physical identification component to the authentication process.
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