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groups in the directory, thereby ensuring that permissions will be assigned to a group that is designed to manage resource access.
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Figure 4-7 Selecting a group by using a group prefix to narrow down to the correct type of group
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Use the description attribute of a group to summarize the group s purpose. Because the Description column is enabled by default in the details pane of the Active Directory Users and Computers snapin, the group s purpose can be highly visible to administrators. Detail a group s purpose in its Notes When you open a group s Properties dialog box, the Notes field, at the bottom of the General tab, can be used to document the group s purpose. For example, you can list the folders to which a group has been given permission, as shown in Figure 4-8.
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Figure 4-8 A group s Properties dialog box, showing the Notes field used to detail the group s purpose
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Lesson 3: Administering Groups in an Enterprise
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Deleting a group has a high impact on administrators and, potentially, on security. Consider a group that has been used to manage access to resources. If the group is deleted, access to that resource is changed. Either users who should be able to access the resource are suddenly prevented from access, creating a denial-of-service scenario, or if you had used the group to deny access to a resource with a Deny permission, inappropriate access to the resource becomes possible. Additionally, if you re-create the group, the new group object will have a new SID, which will not match the SIDs on ACLs of resources. Instead, you must perform object recovery to reanimate the deleted group before the tombstone interval is reached. When a group has been deleted for the tombstone interval 60 days by default the group and its SID are permanently deleted from Active Directory. When you reanimate a tombstoned object, you must re-create most of its attributes, including, significantly, the member attribute of group objects. That means you must rebuild the group membership after restoring the deleted object. Alternatively, you can perform an authoritative restore or, in Windows Server 2008, turn to your Active Directory snapshots to recover both the group and its membership. Authoritative restore and snapshots are discussed in 13, Maintenance, Backup, and Recovery.
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Recovering deleted groups
You can learn more about recovering deleted groups and their memberships in Knowledge Base article 840001, which you can find at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/840001/en-us.
In any event, it is safe to say that recovering a deleted group is a skill you should hope to use only in disaster recovery fire drills, not in a production environment. Protect yourself from the potentially devastating results of group object deletion by protecting each group you create from deletion. Windows Server 2008 makes it easy to protect any object from accidental deletion. To protect an object, follow these steps: 1. In the Active Directory Users And Computers snap-in, click the View menu and make sure that Advanced Features is selected. 2. Open the Properties dialog box for a group. 3. On the Object tab, select the Protect Object From Accidental Deletion check box. 4. Click OK. This is one of the few places in Windows where you actually have to click OK. Clicking Apply does not modify the ACL based on your selection. The Protect Object From Accidental Deletion option applies an access control entry (ACE) to the ACL of the object that explicitly denies the Everyone group both the Delete permission and the Delete Subtree permission. If you really do want to delete the group, you can return to
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the Object tab of the Properties dialog box and clear the Protect Object From Accidental Deletion check box.
Delegating the Management of Group Membership
After a group has been created, you might want to delegate the management of the group s membership to a team or an individual who has the business responsibility for the resource that the group manages. For example, assume that your finance manager is responsible for creating next year s budget. You create a shared folder for the budget and assign Write permission to a group named ACL_Budget_Edit. If someone needs access to the budget folder, he or she contacts the help desk to enter a request, the help desk contacts the finance manager for business approval, and then the help desk adds the user to the ACL_Budget_Edit group. You can improve the responsiveness and accountability of the process by allowing the finance manager to change the group s membership. Then, users needing access can request access directly from the finance manager, who can make the change, removing the intermediate step of the help desk. To delegate the management of a group s membership, you must assign to the finance manager the Allow Write Member permission for the group. The member attribute is the multivalued attribute that is the group s membership. There are several ways to delegate the Write Member permission. Two of them are covered in the following sections.
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