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Every user account created in Active Directory has account options that control logon hours, the computers to which a user can log on, account expiration, and so on. To manage these
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Managing Users, Groups, and Computers settings for a user, double-click the user account in Active Directory Users And Computers, and then select the Account tab, as shown in Figure 37-8.
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Display of logon settings in the User Account Properties dialog box.
Below the general account name fields, the account options areas are divided into three main areas. The first area that you can configure controls the Logon Hours and Log On To computer options.
Setting Logon Hours
Click Logon Hours to configure when a user can log on to the domain. By default, users can log on 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To deny a user a specific day or time, select the area that you want to restrict them from logging on, and then select the Logon Denied option, as shown in the following screen. For example, this option can be used to restrict shift workers to certain hours or to restrict working days to weekdays.
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When you click Log On To, you can restrict which computers a user can log on from. The NetBIOS protocol is required for this functionality, as well as a computer name from an operating system earlier than Windows 2000. The default setting allows users to log on from all computers. To restrict which computers a user can log on from, click The Following Computers, as shown in the following screen. Type a computer name in the Computer Name field, and then click Add. Repeat this procedure to set other logon computers.
Below the Logon Hours and Log On To buttons is a check box called Account Is Locked Out. It will be dimmed if the account is not locked out. If the user has locked herself or himself out by trying to log on with the wrong password too many times, you can unlock the account here. Next is the Account Options list, which includes a number of account options you can configure. These options include the following:
User Must Change Password At Next Logon
This is the default setting when a user is created. It requires the user to change the password the first time he or she logs on. This allows the user to be the only person with the knowledge of the password, though you as the administrator can change it. This setting prevents the user from changing the password and gives the administrator more control over accounts like the Guest account. This is a good setting for service and application accounts. This prevents passwords from ever expiring. It is a good idea to use this on service accounts. This is another good setting for an application or service account where a password is hard-coded into an application or service. Saves the user password as encrypted clear text. Check this box if you have computers from Apple Computer, Inc., in your domain, because they store passwords as plaintext.
User Cannot Change Password
Password Never Expires
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Managing Users, Groups, and Computers
Account Is Disabled
Smart Card Is Required For Interactive Logon
To ensure higher security on a network, smart card technology can be implemented. Enabling the setting requires all users to use a smart card and reader to log on and to be authenticated. This domain setting also requires a personal identification number (PIN) configured on the smart card. This option also sets the Password Never Expires option to be enabled. If a service is running under a user account rather than as a local system, you can set a user account to execute procedures on behalf of a different account on the network. By enabling this option, you can mimic a client to gain access to network resources on the local computer. This is only available on Windows Server 2003 domain controllers where domain functionality has been set to Windows 2000 mixed or Windows 2003 native mode. Select this option if this account cannot be assigned for delegation by another account. This is the opposite of the above setting, and could be used in a high-security network environment. Data Encryption Standard (DES) is used for many encryption protocols, including Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE) and Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) and supports up to 128-bit strong encryption. Enable this option if you want to use DES encryption. You should enable this if the account uses a different implementation of the Kerberos protocol.
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