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To manage users, groups, and Organizational Units (OUs), select the Active Directory | Manage option from the Windows 2000 Configure Your Server window that opens automatically when you boot into Windows 2000 (When it's appropriate, you can discontinue display of this screen by unchecking the Show This Screen at Startup check box) Next you'll see the MMC with the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in, as illustrated in Figure 9-3
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Figure 9-3: Adding users via the MMC Creating users, groups, and Organizational Units is a straightforward process, and nearly the same for each element Right-click the object you want to create and select New, and then the type of new object you want to make This will invoke another window in which you enter more specific information For example, if you right-click the domain companycom and select New | Organizational Unit, you call up another window for entering the new OU's name and other specifications NoteDon't be confused by the title bars at the top of the MMC window The somewhat cryptic string starts with the name of the snap-in The words contained within brackets is the full path to the application You'll want to be careful when using MMC to manage the AD It's important to pay attention to where you are creating new objects, because you can add new objects just about anywhere in the hierarchy It's possible (and encouraged) to create OUs within other OUs If this is what you intend to do and you actually create the new OU under the domain, the results are completely different from creating an OU under a domain controller directly and will affect all members of that OU The same can be said for users and groups the placement of these objects in the AD hierarchy has dramatic impact on the objects' properties For example, creating a new user under the domain will give the new user rights over all objects beneath it in the hierarchy, including all member OUs This is quite different from creating a new user in an OU that has very restricted rights (as for guest users) and is possibly contained wholly within another OU WarningThe Computer Management snap-in lets you easily move users, groups, and OUs around the domain tree Be aware that a simple move might have impact on many users Here is the information you should have on hand when creating new users, groups, and OUs: Users Domain placement, name, login name, downlevel name (for Windows NT networks), password, and password policy Groups Domain placement, name, downlevel name (for Windows NT networks), scope of group, and type of group (see Table 9-1) Organizational units Domain placement and name Table 9-1: Relationships of Group Types and Scopes
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To further configure and manage these objects, simply right-click them in the MMC and select Properties This lets you add significantly more information For example, you can enter information about users such as their home page, contact information, and dial-in rights
Authority Delegations
One of the first things you will want to do once you have created groups, OUs, and other domain objects is to set up users to manage these objects Right-click an object and select Delegate Control to invoke the Delegation of Control Wizard that will step you through the delegation process One of the first steps is to verify that you want to add a delegation or change the current delegation of the selected object In this example, we'll add control over the Sales OU by a group called SalesAdmins that is local to the Sales OU We will assume for this example that the OU and group have already been created and that the SalesAdmins group has been populated with at least one user or group The next step involves selecting a group or user to have control over this OU In Figure 9-4, we have selected the SalesAdmins group
Figure 9-4: Selecting a group to have control over the Sales OU Next, we can select predefined groups of rights that are common to administrative roles, or create our own custom control by choosing only the rights we want In Figure 9-5, a predefined role for a user account manager has been selected You will be shown a summary of your selections before committing them Once you click the wizard's Finish button, the delegation policy will be enforced
Figure 9-5: Rights can be predefined or customized Here's how to verify the delegation settings:
1In the MMC main window, click View | Advanced Features 2Right-click the Sales OU and select Properties 3Open the Security tab and click the Advanced button 4Select the SalesAdmins item and click the View/Edit button This displays a window like that shown in Figure 9-6 Here you can not only review the object's rights, but add to or delete them as well Once you are familiar with the process of delegating permissions, you might forego the wizard and proceed right to this dialog box, using the MMC to directly configure the delegation of rights
Figure 9-6: Displaying the delegated permissions for a group NotePermissions flow through the domain tree by default Objects with permissions at the root of the tree will have permissions through all member objects unless those rights are specifically denied For example, if an OU permits access to a file, but the domain specifies that the users in that OU do not have access to that file, the user will not have access to the file
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