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Note After using the Shift key to display the Run As option on the shortcut menu, Run As is permanently available in the shortcut menu for that user. 3. Enter the user name and password of an administrator account to use. 4. Click OK to open the program or tool using the specified account s credentials. Note
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Some administrative tasks, such as setting system parameters, require an interactive logon and do not support Run As.
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Run As is meant to encourage administrators to work outside the administrator s account, and the configuring of useful shortcuts makes this more likely. Create the shortcuts while logged on with an account without administrative rights. Right-click an open area of the desktop, choose New, and then choose Shortcut. Table 9-6 shows examples of useful shortcuts.
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Table 9-6. Useful Run As shortcuts A Shortcut To A command prompt with local administrative privileges A command prompt with domain administrative privileges Active Directory Users and Computers with domain administrative credentials Performance Monitor with domain administrative credentials Group Policy Management Console with administrative credentials Enter runas /user:AdministratorAccountName cmd runas /user:DomainAdminAccountName@Domain cmd runas /user:DomainAdminAccountName@Domain mmc %windir%\system32\dsa.msc runas /user:DomainAdminAccountName@Domain mmc %windir%\system32\perfmon.msc runas /user:AdministratorAccountName@Domain %windir%\system32\gpmc.msc
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After you open one of the shortcuts in Table 9-6, you re prompted for the administrative account s password. Keep a few of the most used shortcuts on your desktop and you ll find it easier to stay in your less privileged account most of the time.
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This chapter explored the options available to the administrator for configuring groups, group scope, and user accounts in Windows Small Business Server. The next chapter covers shares, permissions, and using Group Policy additional tools to provide accessibility and security for your network.
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Shares, Permissions, and Group Policy
Sharing Resources 179 183 186
Setting Offline File Rules
Share Permissions vs. NTFS Permissions Configuring Special Permissions Ownership and How It Works 191 193 197
Determining Effective Permissions Privileges and Logon Rights Understanding Group Policy 198 200
Backing Up and Restoring Group Policy Objects Predicting Group Policy Outcomes 213
Renaming the Administrator Account Using GPMC Using Group Policy to Set Clients to Update Automatically 219 Redirecting Special Folders Using Group Policy Auditing Events 224 229
Encrypting Sensitive Data Summary 231
If you think all this talk of shares, permissions, rights, and privileges is confusing you re right. All the terms appear to be nearly synonymous. However, just as you learned that words like inflammable and sanction can mean completely opposite things depending on context, you can also learn to distinguish among these words. More Info See 9, Users, Groups, and Security, for more information about rights and permissions assigned to users and groups.
Sharing Resources
Shared resources are folders, files, printers, devices, or applications that are available to users over a network. Until a drive or folder is shared over the network, users can t see it or gain access to it. After a folder is shared, everyone on the network has, by default, read access to all files in the folder, and to all subfolders of that folder, and so on. After a drive or folder is shared, restrictions can be added or removed in the form of share permissions. These permissions apply only at the drive or folder level not at the file level and are limited to allowing or denying Full Control, Read, and Change. Table 10-1 summarizes the three types of access, from most restrictive to least restrictive.
Table 10-1. Types of share permissions Share Permission Read Change Type of Access Allows viewing of file and subfolder names, viewing data in files, running programs Allows the access under Read, plus allows adding files and subdirectories to the shared folder, changing data in files, and deleting files and subdirectories Allows all the access under Change, plus allows changing permissions (NTFS volumes only) and taking ownership (NTFS volumes only)
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