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When the OU infrastructure must accommodate simple user management and is designed by geographic location (shown in Figure 11-7), department (shown in Figure 11-8), and so forth, you might find that you have little to no ability to produce top-level OUs that represent user roles. However, in many cases, you will be able to create child OUs to accommodate user roles or you might need to create multiple GPOs for a single OU and filter their application by user group. Figure 11-9 shows an OU infrastructure that uses child OUs to accommodate user roles. The user accounts will be in the child OUs. If user roles are universal that is, a specific role requires the same desktop con figuration you can create a single GPO and either link it to each user role OU in the domain that includes users that fill that role or copy it to another domain and link it to the appropriate OUs.
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Figure 11-7 Top-level OUs for users might be by geographic location
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Figure 11-8 Top-level OUs for users might be by department
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Figure 11-9 Using child OUs for user roles
Practice: Designing an OU Infrastructure for Client Computers
In this practice, you will design an OU infrastructure for client computers at a fictitious organization. Read the scenario and then answer the questions that follow to create your design. 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 the chapter.
Scenario
You are a security designer for Humongous Insurance. Your boss has asked you to adjust the current OU infrastructure to improve security for client computers. Top-level OUs already exist for each geographic area that Humongous Insurance serves. Client computer accounts are assigned to OUs based on their geographic location. OUs are New York, Paris, Sydney, San Diego, and Johannesburg. Each location has a data cen ter and manages its own computers and users. Your boss wants to improve client com puter security by applying security by computer role. The New York and Paris locations have 100 percent of their computers running Windows XP Professional. Syd ney and San Diego have 100 percent of their computers running Windows 2000 Pro fessional. Johannesburg has a mixture of Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional based computers. At each data center, administrative computers are on a separate subnet and are accessible only to administrators.
Lesson 1
Designing a Strategy for Securing Client Computers 11-11
Review Questions
Answer the following questions. 1. What should the OU infrastructure look like Design the OU infrastructure by sketching it below.
2. Why did you create the OUs that you did
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Lesson 2: Designing a Strategy for Hardening Client Operating Systems
An OU infrastructure alone won t provide security for client systems. The Group Policy policies that will link to the OU must be designed, and a strategy must be developed to harden client operating systems that are not member servers or to address security settings that cannot be maintained via Group Policy. To complete the design, you must use security templates, administrative templates, software restriction policies, and local computer tools. This lesson teaches you how.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Explain the process for designing a strategy for hardening client operating systems. Design security templates for basic operating system hardening. Design administrative templates to manage application features. Explain what the IEAK can be used for. Design software restriction policies to manage application use. Design the implementation of security structures.
Estimated lesson time: 50 minutes
The Process: Designing a Strategy for Hardening Clients
Client computers are hardened by configuring security settings and securing applica tions. To design a strategy for Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional client com puters, security designers follow a process like this one: 1. Design baseline and incremental security templates for each OU. 2. Design administrative templates for each OU. 3. Design software restriction policies for each OU. 4. Design an implementation strategy for security templates, administrative tem plates, and software restriction policies. The following topics teach what you need to know to complete these steps.
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