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Designing a Logical Authentication Strategy
Headquarters network architecture logical diagram:
Peoplesoft Database Firewall
Intranet Web Site
File Server
City Power and Light Network Shared Resources
Business Requirements
The business requirements are: 1. Develop a password policy for the entire corporation. 2. Minimize expense of policy implementation. 3. Improve employee awareness of and compliance with the policy. 4. Provide a single sign-on experience for all users. Eliminate multiple accounts.
Technical Requirements
The technical requirements are: 1. Provide for interoperability between versions of Windows. 2. Provide for interoperability between various operating systems. 3. Have the least impact on the current level of security.
Exercise 1: Create an Account Policy
In this exercise, you will design a corporate account policy. To do this, answer the questions that follow.
Tip Remember that the account policy consists of password controls and account lockout controls.
Design Activity: Designing a Logical Authentication Strategy
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1. What additional questions would you ask before you create the corporate account policy Why
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2. What are your recommendations for password length, password history, password composition, and account lockout Explain why you made these decisions.
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Exercise 2: Provide Single Sign-On Across Windows Systems
In this exercise, you will provide a single sign-on across Windows systems. To do this, review the Case Study Exhibits section of the scenario and then answer the questions that follow.
Important Although this exercise specifically requests that you pay attention only to resources in this forest, as you answer the questions, comment on how this design might be expanded to manage the other necessary parts of a total SSO experience.
1. What recommendations would you make to provide single sign-on access across Windows systems
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2. Why did you make the recommendations that you did
3. How can this design be expanded to accommodate other cross-forest access requirements
Summary
Creating a logical authentication design does not always mean standardizing on a single authentication protocol. Strengthening authentication processes requires knowledge of the protocol, its weaknesses, and how its weaknesses can be mitigated.
Summary and Exam Highlights
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Forest trusts provide a way of quickly opening access between two forests without having to create multiple trust relationships. External trusts and forest trusts can be restricted by using:
Selective authentication TopLevelExclusion Disabling domain info records
To design a strong password policy, you must consider the impact of each setting on the overall password policy. To implement a strong password policy, you must use more than technical controls.
Exam Highlights
Before taking the exam, review these key points and terms. You need to know this information.
Key Points
You can only create a forest trust between two forests if both forests are set at the Windows Server 2003 forest functional level. You can obtain SSO and some interoperability between UNIX and Windows sys tems, and you can standardize the account policy for UNIX systems on the Win dows-implemented policy by providing Active Directory accounts for UNIX workstation users, creating keys for the encryption of Kerberos messages between UNIX and the KDC, and configuring Kerberos on the UNIX workstations. A strong password policy takes into account the authentication protocols used in the domain. For example, if the LM password hash is both refused at the domain controller and not stored in the Active Directory password database, a password length of more than seven characters does make a stronger password. If the LM hash is stored and used, a password from eight to fourteen characters long is really no stronger than one that is seven characters.
Key Terms
Forest trust A type of trust in which every domain trusts every other domain in the other forests. Forest trusts are Kerberos style and can be one-way or two-way trusts. Forest trusts between domains in both forests are transitive, but the forest trust itself is not. Selective authentication The ability to limit authentication across a trust. Trust model The number and arrangement of trusts within and between forests and the way in which these trusts are restricted.
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Questions and Answers
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Lesson 1
Exercise 3: Choosing the Best Type of Trust Relationship
1. What is the best type of trust relationship between Tailspin Toys and Humongous Insurance to allow Tailspin Toys employees to work with Humongous Insurance resources
A one-way external trust.
2. Why is this the best type of trust relationship
Using a one-way external trust is the best answer because it will provide the access that is required without providing access that is not required. A two-way external trust would provide Humongous Insurance potential access to the Tailspin Toys forest. A forest trust would provide too much access.
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