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One of the common reasons for delegating administrative rights is to allow an individual in a department or business unit to reset user passwords. When you delegate this right, you allow a trusted person to change someone s password should the need arise. As the right is delegated to a user within a particular OU, this right is limited to that specific OU. In many organizations, this type of right is granted to Help Desk staff to allow them to reset passwords while preventing the Help Desk staff from changing other account properties.
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Group Policy allows you to specify a set of rules for computer and user configuration settings. These rules control the working environment for computers and users. Although I ll discuss Group Policy in depth in 37, Managing Users, Groups, and Computers, the important thing to know about Group Policy is that you can use it to set default options, to limit options, and to prevent changing options in virtually every aspect of computer and user configuration.
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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
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Organizing Active Directory Every domain you create has a default Group Policy rule set, referred to as the Default Domain Policy. Group Policy can also be applied to OUs, which makes OUs important in helping administrators manage groups of accounts and resources in a particular way. By default, OUs inherit the Group Policy settings of their parent object. For top-level OUs within a domain, this means that the Default Domain Policy is inherited by default. For lower-level OUs, this means that the OUs inherit the Group Policy of the OUs above them (and if the higher-level OUs inherit Group Policy from the domain, so do the lower-level OUs). To manage Group Policy, you can use the Group Policy Object Editor or the Group Policy Management Console. Group Policy is a very important part of Active Directory. Not only can you use it to manage the functionality available to users, you can also use it to enforce security, standardize desktop configuration, install software, specify scripts that should be run when a computer starts or shuts down and when a user logs on or logs off, and so on. Because Group Policy is so important in Active Directory, you should plan your OU structure with Group Policy in mind. You do this by grouping objects that require the same Group Policy settings. For example, if a group of users requires a specific environment configuration to use an application or if a group of users requires a standard set of mapped drives, you can configure this through Group Policy.
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OUs simplify administration by organizing accounts and resources in ways that best fit the organizational structure. When designing OU structure, you should plan the structure before you try to implement it. Often you ll find that you need multiple levels of OUs. This is fine. The levels of OUs will form a hierarchy, much like the hierarchy formed when you use multiple levels of domains. The key thing to understand about any OU design is that it is really for administrators. As such, the design needs to be meaningful for your organization s administrators and ideally, it should help make administration easier. Creating a good OU design isn t always as easy as it seems. It is a good idea to go through several possible scenarios on paper before trying to implement a design. Through successive revisions on paper, you should be able to improve the design substantially. Common design models for OUs are discussed in the sections that follow.
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With a division or business unit model, you use OUs to reflect the department structure within the organization. The advantage to this model is that users will know and understand it. The disadvantage to this model is that when the company restructures, you may need to redesign the OU structure.
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