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1. What are the three reasons for defining an OU
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The three reasons for defining an OU are to delegate administration, to administer Group Policy, or to hide objects.
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2. What is delegating administration
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Delegating administration is the assignment of IT management responsibility for a portion of the namespace, such as an OU, to an administrator, a user, or a group of administrators or users.
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3. What is the purpose of creating an OU to hide objects
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Although a user might not have the permission to read an object s attributes, the user can still see that the object exists by viewing the contents of the object s parent container. You can hide objects in a domain by creating an OU for the objects and limiting the set of users who have the List Contents permission for that OU.
4. Can you assign access permissions based on a user s membership in an OU Why or why not
No, you cannot assign access permissions based on a user s membership in an OU. OUs are not security principals. Access control is the responsibility of global, domain local, or universal groups.
5. Which of the following is the primary reason for defining an OU a. To delegate administration b. To hide objects c. To administer Group Policy d. To define the domain structure
The correct answer is a. Although hiding objects and administering Group Policy are reasons for defining an OU, they are not the primary reason. You do not define an OU to define the domain structure.
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1. In what two locations can you create an OU
You can create an OU within a domain or within another OU.
2. What tool do you use to create an OU
The Active Directory Users And Computers console is used to create an OU.
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3. What action must you take to be able to view the Security tab in the Properties dia log box for an OU
You must select Advanced Features from the View menu on the Active Directory Users And Computers console.
4. How does the icon used for an OU differ from the icon used for a container
The icon used for an OU is a folder with a book. The icon used for a container is a folder.
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Lesson 3 Review
1. What is the purpose of setting properties for an OU
To provide additional information about the OU or to assist in finding the OU, you might want to set properties for an OU.
2. Why might you need to move an OU
To accommodate the changing needs of an organization.
3. Which is more flexible, domain structure or OU structure
Because OUs can be easily renamed, moved, and deleted, OU structure is more flexible than domain structure.
4. What are the three ways to move Active Directory objects between OUs
There are three ways to move Active Directory objects between OUs:
Use drag and drop Use the Move option on the Active Directory Users And Computers console Use the Dsmove command
5. What happens to permissions when you move objects between OUs
Permissions that are assigned directly to objects remain the same, and the objects inherit permissions from the new OU. Any permissions that were previously inherited from the old OU no longer affect the objects.
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Case Scenario Exercise
1. Each office with more than 100 users is allowed to hire its own network adminis trator. Network administrators should be allowed to create, delete, rename, reset, and manage the user accounts and computer accounts of those offices. Currently, the East, North, and Operations offices have more than 100 users apiece. What should you do
Create an OU for East, North, and Operations. Create a user account for each new administra tor. Place all of the user and computer accounts for each office into their respective OUs. Del egate administrative rights to the new administrators to their respective office OUs.
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2. The North, South, East, and West offices all require the same specialized software. However, none of the other offices require this software. What are ways in which you can organize the Active Directory structure to accommodate these require ments while distributing the software using Group Policy
Since you already have East and North OUs, you could create additional OUs for West and South. Then, you could distribute the software to each of these OUs by creating a single GPO and linking it to all four OUs. The other option is to place each OU inside a single OU. For exam ple, you could create an OU named Remote and then place the North, South, East, and West OUs inside the Remote OU. Then you could assign a GPO that distributed the software to the Remote OU, which in turn would flow down to the separate locations. Probably the best way would be to use the first method, linking the GPO here to each individual OU. Flatter OU struc tures are easier to manage and troubleshoot. Further, Group Policy processing occurs more quickly on flat OU structures.
3. A total of 50 contracted employees are hired to work in the Operations office. They require different software than the rest of the users in the Operations office. Furthermore, the manager of the Operations office wants you to lock down spe cific portions of their desktops. The network administrator of the Operations OU needs your help. You must ensure that the network administrator of the Opera tions OU can manage these users and their computers. What should you do
The most efficient option is to create a new OU. For example, you could create an OU named Contractors that is subordinate to (within) the Operations OU. The network administrator of the Operations OU would then inherit the ability to manage the Contractors OU. Then, you d use Group Policy to assign the specific software and desktop lockdown policies that are required to meet the needs of these contracted employees.
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