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Figure 9-18 Active Directory Users and Computers showing an SQLServers OU
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In this scenario, we can add any Active Directory users or groups from this domain as logins to any of our SQL Servers
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If your SQL Server is in one domain, but the users and groups that you want to add to the SQL Server are in a different domain, extra steps are required Specifically, a trust relationship must be created or exist between the two domains If all the domains are in the same forest (they would have the same root name, such as mcitpsuccesshme and childDomainmcitpsuccesshme), then a trust relationship exists by default
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Creating a trust relationship between two domains is beyond the scope of this book, but Figure 9-19 shows what a one-way trust relationship would look like
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Figure 9-19 Trust relationship between two domains
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Notice the arrow pointing from one domain to the other The arrow indicates which way the trust is configured We (MCITPSuccesshme) are in the trusting domain with the SQL Server The accounts we want to add as SQL Server logins are in the trusted domain (ExternalCompanyhme) TIP What is more important: people or computers I sure hope you say people! In a trust relationship the arrow points to the most important element people The SQL Server would be at the origin of the arrow (where we re pointing from) and the user accounts (the people) would be in the domain we re pointing to
Active Directory and Group Policy
Group Policy Overview
A great feature that became available in Windows Server 2000 domains (and of course, is available in Server 2003 domains) is Group Policy From a system administrator s point of view, Group Policy is a godsend Let s say we want to configure all of the company computers to regularly check in with Windows Update and download critical updates If we have five computers, perhaps we could go to each individual computer and configure this setting However, if we have 50, or 5000, or even more computers, going to each individual computer just isn t feasible Instead, we can use Group Policy With Group Policy we set it once and have it apply to many computers Group Policy can be applied locally or at the site, domain, or OU level If applied locally, it applies only to a single computer This can be useful if we have local administrative privileges A site would be an identified group of well-connected computers or subnets, perhaps a site for each location in different cities Group Policy applied at the domain level would apply to all objects in the domain Group Policy applied at the OU level would apply to all objects in the OU As we mentioned earlier, OUs are used to organize Active Directory objects such as users, computers, and groups In our domain (mcitpsuccesshme), we have created an OU named SQLServers
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Auditing with Group Policy
Several Group Policy settings can be used for auditing Any of these settings can be set for either success or failure, or both Success will log when the event is successfully accomplished Failure will log when someone fails to accomplish the event Figure 9-20 shows a group policy to audit successful logon events that has been created and linked to the SQL Servers OU This will apply to all the SQL Servers in the SQLServers OU
Figure 9-20 Setting auditing via Group Policy
Descriptions of all the auditing events are listed in Table 9-2 EXAM TIP For the SQL Server tests, our focus is on tracking access via logon events Make sure you understand the primary event that can be audited to show when users log on and/or access our SQL Servers The Logon events track when a local user is authenticated by the local Security Accounts Manager (SAM) database, or when a domain account accesses local resources The Logon events are what we would be primarily interested in on an SQL Server to audit access The Account Logon events track when a domain user account is authenticated on a domain controller If we were interested in who logged onto the domain, this would be important However, since it s rare that SQL Server would be installed on a Domain Controller, we probably won t use this to track SQL access
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