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Or Groups dialog box is discussed later in this lesson. The remaining contact information on the Managed By tab is populated from the account specified in the Name box. The Managed By tab is typically used for contact information. Some organizations use the tab to indicate the support team (group) responsible for the computer. Others use the information to track the user to whom the computer is assigned. 11. Click OK.
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You have learned how to create objects in Active Directory, but what good is information in a directory service if you can t get it out of the directory as well You will need to locate objects in Active Directory on many occasions:
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Granting permissions When you configure permissions for a file or folder, you must select the group (or user) to which permissions should be assigned. Adding members to groups A group s membership can consist of users, computers, groups, or any combination of the three. When you add an object as a member of a group, you must select the object. Creating links Linked properties are properties of one object that refer to another object. Group membership is, in fact, a linked property. Other linked properties, such as the Managed By attribute discussed earlier, are also links. When you specify the Managed By name, you must select the appropriate user or group. Looking up an object You can search for any object in your Active Directory domain.
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There are many other situations that will entail searching Active Directory, and you will encounter several user interfaces. In this section, you ll learn some techniques for working with each.
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The details pane of the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in can be customized to help you work effectively with the objects in your directory. Use the Add/Remove Columns command on the View menu to add columns to the details pane. Not every attribute is available to be displayed as a column, but you are certain to find columns that will be useful to display such as User Logon Name. You might also find columns that are unnecessary. If your OUs have only one type of object (user or computer, for example), the Type column might not be helpful. When a column is visible, you can change the order of columns by dragging the column headings to the left or right. You can also sort the view in the details pane by clicking the column: the first click will sort in ascending order, the second in descending order, just like Windows Explorer. A common customization is to add the Last Name column to a view of users so they
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can be sorted by last name. It is generally easier to find users by last name than by the Name column, which is the CN and generally first name/last name.
Using Saved Queries
Windows Server 2003 introduced the Saved Queries node of the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in. This powerful function enables you to create rule-driven views of your domain, displaying objects across one or more OUs. To create a saved query: 1. Open the Active Directory Users And Computers snap-in. Saved Queries is not available in the Active Directory Users And Computers snap-in that is part of Server Manager. You must use the Active Directory Users And Computers console or a custom console with the snap-in. 2. Right-click Saved Queries, choose New, and then select Query. 3. Type a name for the query. 4. Optionally, enter a description. 5. Click Browse to locate the root for the query. The search will be limited to the domain or OU you select. It is recommended to narrow your search as much as possible to improve search performance. 6. Click Define Query to define your query. 7. In the Find Common Queries dialog box, select the type of object you want to query. The tabs in the dialog box and the input controls on each tab change to provide options that are appropriate for the selected query. 8. Click OK. After your query is created, it is saved within the instance of the Active Directory Users And Computers snap-in, so if you open the Active Directory Users And Computers console (dsa.msc), your query will be available the next time you open the console. If you created the saved query in a custom console, it will be available in that custom console. To transfer saved queries to other consoles or users, you can export the saved query as an XML file and then import it to the target snap-in. The view in the details pane of the saved query can be customized as described earlier, with specific columns and sorting. A very important benefit of saved queries is that the customized view is specific to each saved query. When you add the Last Name column to the normal view of an OU, the Last Name column is actually added to the view of every OU, so you will see an empty Last Name column even for an OU of computers or groups. With saved queries, you can add the Last Name column to a query for user objects and other columns for other saved queries. Saved queries are a powerful way to virtualize the view of your directory and monitor for issues such as disabled or locked accounts. Learning to create and manage saved queries is a worthwhile use of your time.
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