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You need to be aware that the terms mixed mode and native mode refer to two different things when discussing Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 In Windows 2000 mode refers to whether the Windows 2000 domain controllers are backward-compatible with downlevel Windows NT domain controllers In Exchange 2000 mode refers to whether the Exchange 2000 servers are backward-compatible with downlevel Exchange 55 servers We ll discuss this further in 25, but it s unfortunate that Microsoft chose the same terminology for both platforms, both with a different meaning
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Group scopes and membership rules in Windows 2000 (continued)
Types of Groups
We ve used the words scope and type interchangeably in our discussion of these groups, but in Windows 2000 these terms have precise and different meanings:
Scope refers to where members of the group can be taken from (from the local domain or the entire forest) and where the group can be used to grant permissions for control of resources (in the local domain or the entire forest) Type refers to whether the group can be used for controlling access to network resources or not
There are two types of groups in Windows 2000:
Security groups can be used for controlling access to resources but can also be mail-enabled for sending mail simultaneously to groups of mail- or mailbox-enabled users and contacts Distribution groups cannot be used for controlling access to resources They can only be used for sending mail simultaneously to groups of mail- or mailbox-enabled users and contacts
Windows NT only had one type of group, that is, security, although it wasn t named as such Furthermore, you couldn t mail-enable the group for mass mailings to users That s why earlier versions of Exchange added the DL, which corresponds to the mail-enabled distribution groups of Windows 2000 This actually made life more difficult for administrators, because they had to maintain two kinds of groups For example, in Windows NT, if you had a marketing department, you would create a Marketing global group to group all members of that department together for granting them access to network resources they might need Then to send mail to all marketing employees, you would have to create and populate a marketing distribution list with the mail-
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boxes of the members of the department If a new employee joined the department, you would have to add a new NT user account to the global group and his or her Exchange 55 mailbox to the distribution list In contrast, Exchange 2000 makes things simpler by the way its mailing lists are integrated with the group types and scopes of Windows 2000, as we will see later in this chapter
Using Groups in Exchange
Before we actually start working with groups in Exchange, let s discuss some of the strategies involved for effectively using them We ll consider how best to use the different types and scopes of Windows 2000 groups with Exchange
Group Types and Exchange
Because you can mail-enable both security and distribution groups in Exchange, you ll probably want to use mail-enabled security groups mainly for internal mail and mail-enabled distribution groups for external mail For example, you could create a global or universal group called Finance for the accounting department (depending on whether you have a single- or multidomain enterprise and how members of this department are administered and geographically distributed) and then mailenable the Finance group to be able to simultaneously send mail to all employees within this department Or you could mail-enable the Backup Operators built-in group to be able to send mail simultaneously to all backup operators in your domain In contrast, if your marketing department periodically sends mass mailings to mail-enabled contacts in different companies, you could create a Marketing Contacts distribution group and populate it with these contacts
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