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You can also create your own groups within most network operating systems, which will allow you to assign permissions to groups of individuals in one action To create a group within Active Directory, right-click an OU within Active Directory Users and Computers and choose New | Group, as shown in Figure 10-22
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When you create a new group in Active Directory, you will need to choose one of two groups:
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A distribution group is a group that is used by e-mail applications to send an e-mail to a number of users at once This is known as a distribution list in a number of e-mail systems A security group is a group that is used to assign permissions to groups of people at a time A security group is also used to e-mail a number of people at once
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When creating a new group, you must also choose the group scope The purpose of each group scope is given in the following list:
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A global group is used to organize users within an Active Directory domain This group scope can contain any user or global group that exists within the same domain as the global group
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A domain local group is used to assign permissions or rights to groups of people within the domain Domain local groups can contain users or groups from any domain in the enterprise A universal group is used to organize users across domains within the enterprise For example, if you want to have a group called AllSales that contains the Sales group from two different domains, you will use a universal group to create the AllSales group but use global groups for the two Sales groups
n Universal
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To practice building groups, try Exercise 10-5 in LabBookpdf Also, check out the CertCam training video demonstrating the steps
Creating a group in Linux
You can create groups within the Linux environment just as easily as you can within the Windows environment To create a group within Linux, click the Red Hat icon located in the bottom-left corner and then choose System Settings | Users and Groups Once the Red Hat User Manager tool appears, click the Groups tab at the top to see a list of existing groups, as shown in Figure 10-23
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Viewing a list of groups in Linux
To create a new group, click the Add Group button at the top of the Red Hat User Manager tool and specify a group name, as shown in Figure 10-24
To create a group from a Linux command shell, use the groupadd <groupname> command
Securing Files and Folders
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Creating a group in Linux
CertifiCation objeCtive 1004
securing files and folders
In this section you will learn to secure folders and files by assigning permissions to users and groups within the various network operating systems You will not be expected to be a security expert for the Network+ exam, but you should be familiar with some of the basic permissions found in the operating systems in current use
securing files in Windows
In the Windows operating systems, once you have your users and groups built, you can then secure the folders and files on these systems so that only certain users can
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access certain folders For example, you want to make sure that only accountants can get access to the accounting folder There are two steps to securing folders on a Windows server: first you must secure the folder with NTFS permissions, and then you must set share permissions when you share the folder out to the network Sharing the folder out to the network is the way you publish the folder to your Windows clients Users can connect to shared folders When NTFS permissions only when connecting to the server and can conflict with shared folder permissions, access folders and files within the shared the most restrictive permissions will win folder The following list summarizes NTFS permissions and sharing:
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