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Practice: Changing the Group Type and Scope
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In this practice, you get hands-on experience creating groups and modifying their scope.
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Exercise 1: Creating and Modifying a Group
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In this exercise, you will change the type of group and its scope. 1. In Active Directory Users And Computers, create a global distribution group in the Users container called Agents. 2. Right-click the Agents group, and then choose Properties.
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Understanding Group Types and Scopes
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Can you change the scope and type of the group If not, why not
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If you cannot change the type and scope of the group, the domain in which you are operating is still in mixed or Windows Server 2003 interim domain functional level. You must raise the domain functional level to either Windows 2000 native or Windows Server 2003 to change group type or scope.
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The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. What type of domain group is most like the local group on a member server How are they alike
2. If you are using universal groups in your domain or forest, and you need to give permission-based access to the members of the universal group, what configuration must be true of the universal group
3. In a domain running in Windows Server 2003 domain functional level, what security principals can be a member of a global group
Lesson Summary
There are two types of groups: security and distribution. Security groups can be assigned permissions whereas distribution groups are used for query containers, such as e-mail distribution groups, and cannot be assigned permissions to a resource. Security permissions for a group are assigned in an ACL just as any other security principal such as a user or computer. In Windows 2000 native or Windows Server 2003 domain functional level, groups of both security and distribution type can be constructed as domain local, global, or universal, each with a different scope as to which security principals they can contain.
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Group Accounts
Lesson 2: Managing Group Accounts
The Active Directory Users And Computers MMC is the primary tool you will use to administer security principals users, groups, and computers in the domain. In the creation of groups, you will configure the scope, type, and membership for each. You will also use the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC to modify membership of existing groups.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Create a group Modify the membership of a group Find the domain groups to which a user belongs
Estimated lesson time: 10 minutes
Creating a Security Group
The tool that you will use most often for creating groups is the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC, which you can find in the Administrative Tools folder. From within the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC, right-click the details pane of the container within which you want to create the group, and choose New, Group. You then must select the type and scope of group that you want to create. The type of group that you will create most often is a security group because this is the type of group you use to assign permissions in an ACL. In a mixed or interim domain functional level domain, you can create a security group of only domain local or global scope. As Figure 4-2 illustrates, you cannot create a security group that has universal scope in domains that are at mixed or interim domain functional level.
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Figure 4-2 Security groups in mixed or interim functional level domains
Lesson 2
Managing Group Accounts
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You can, however, create domain local, global, and universal groups as a distribution type in a mixed or interim domain functional level domain. At the Windows 2000 native or Windows Server 2003 domain functional level, you can create both security and distribution groups with any scope.
Modifying Group Membership
Adding or deleting members from a group is also accomplished through Active Directory Users And Computers. Right-click any group, and choose Properties. Figure 4-1 illustrates the Properties dialog box of a global security group called Sales. Table 4-3 explains the member configuration tabs of the Properties dialog box.
Table 4-3
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