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Practice: Designing an Organizational Unit Structure
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In this practice, you design an organizational unit structure for Northwind Traders. 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.
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Northwind Traders manufactures a line of network appliances designed to help com panies improve their data transmission capabilities. Northwind Traders currently uses a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 master domain model. In recent years, the company has undergone significant growth and expansion and expects substantial growth over the next three years, including growth in market share, revenue, and number of employ ees. In addition to opening two new offices, the executive management has committed to implementing a new Windows Server 2003 Active Directory design to meet the current and future needs of the company. The following table shows the geographical locations, the departments residing in each location, and the number of users in each of the locations.
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Location Paris, France Departments Represented Headquarters (HQ) Management staff Finance Sales Marketing Production Research Development Information Technology (IT) Sales Marketing Finance IT Customer Service Customer Support Training Research Development Sustained Engineering IT Consulting Production Sales Finance Number of Users 2,000
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Glasgow, Scotland
Sydney, Australia
Lesson 1
Designing an Organizational Unit Structure
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To remain compatible with the previous domain design, employees in specific organi zations have user accounts in remote domains. The following table shows the user account membership information.
Users All personnel in Sales and Marketing All personnel in Production All personnel in Research and Development All personnel in Finance Have User Accounts In (domain) NAwest domain AsiaPacific domain Glasgow domain Corp domain
Northwind Traders has already decided on its forest and domain design, as shown in the following diagram.
RDNwtraders.local NWtraders.local
Glasgow Asia Pacific NAeast R&D Forest NAwest Corp
NWtraders Forest
Practice Questions
Based on the newly approved forest and domain design, create the organizational unit structure for Northwind Traders. Use the table to complete your design.
Domain nwtraders.local Corp.nwtraders.local NAwest.nwtraders.local NAeast.nwtraders.local Glasgow.RDNwtraders.local AsiaPacific.nwtraders.local Organizational Units
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Lesson Review
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 are the three specific purposes for which you would create an OU Of those three, which should be the driving influence of your overall OU design
2. Describe the difference between an object-based and a task-based OU structure.
3. You are preparing your directory plan. One of the requirements is that you be able to delegate control of user objects by assigning Group Policy. What must you do
4. What are the advantages of using a location-based OU model What are the disadvantages
Lesson Summary
Create an OU structure that makes it easier to delegate control to administrators and that makes it easier to find resources and accounts. You can create either an object-based or a task-based administrative structure. Specific reasons for creating an OU are to delegate control of administration, limit the visibility of objects, and control the application of Group Policy. Start by focus ing on the delegation of administration and then fill out the structure according to your other needs. Base your top-level OUs on a relatively static aspect of the business such as geog raphy, administrative tasks, or objects, and then use lower-level OUs to represent more detailed levels of administrative authority. Take advantage of inheritance in your designs to facilitate the flow of permissions throughout the structure. Block inheritance where you need object permissions to override the permissions that would be inherited from the parent.
Lesson 2
Planning an Account Strategy
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Lesson 2: Planning an Account Strategy
Once you have designed your OU structure, the next step in creating your administra tive plan is to create an account strategy. This lesson covers how to plan user accounts, computer accounts, and groups.
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