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TIP If Deny is assigned to an individual or group, Deny takes precedence In other words if a user is granted Allow Print and Deny Print, then Deny overrides the Allow permission Instead of using Deny, you should instead simply not assign permissions to someone A user that doesn t have any permission on a printer has the same status as a user that has been denied access Figure 8-14 shows the permissions you can assign to a printer You can access the first screen by right-clicking the printer, selecting Properties, and then selecting the Security tab If you click Advanced, you can then select a user account and click Edit to see all the permissions (including the special permissions)
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Figure 8-14 Regular and special permissions available for a printer
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The print permissions associated with printers are
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Manage Documents Users with Manage Documents permission can stop and start other users print jobs Manage Printers The Manage Printers permission allows a user to manipulate the printer properties and do anything except for managing other users documents
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Special Permissions Three additional permissions can be assigned through Special Permissions These are Read Permissions, Change Permissions, and Take Ownership
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10 will cover group policy in a little more depth, but in short, group policy can be used to manage computers and users in a network By setting group policy once, you can affect multiple users and computers EXAM TIP The topics in this section only apply to skills needed for the MCITP: Enterprise Support Technician (70-622) An Enterprise Support Technician is expected to have knowledge of group policy in a large environment configured as domains In contrast, the MCITP: Consumer Support Technician works in a smaller environment in a workgroup and wouldn t be using group policy to affect many clients For example, if you have 5000 users in a domain and you want to control which servers that domain s users can access as print servers, you can configure Point and Print Restrictions in a Group Policy Object (GPO) If you link this GPO at the domain level, it will affect all users in the domain While you won t be expected to fully administer group policy as a Vista expert, you should be aware of some of the capabilities as they relate to printers From a big picture perspective, you can do some of the following things with group policy related to printers
Allow users to find, add, and delete printers Restrict which print servers are locatable by configuring Point and Print Restrictions Only allow Package Point and Print to ensure only drivers that are signed are downloaded Deploy different printer connections to users in different locations Ensure print jobs are always rendered on the print server Allow printers to be published (so they can be located via an Active Directory Search
While it s beyond the scope of this book to explain all of the group policy settings, I ll explain two to give you an idea of some of the capabilities of group policy
Point and Print Restrictions
Point and Print Restrictions is a group policy setting that can restrict which print servers that users can print to within a domain Figure 8-15 shows a screenshot of a Windows Server 2008 server using the Group Policy Management Console to configure this
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Figure 8-15 Enabling Point and Print Restrictions in a GPO
You can fine-tune this policy by adding another GPO and applying it to users in an Organizational Unit (OU) For example, you may have a special color printer that should only be used by users in the Marketing department By adding another GPO with the Point and Print Restrictions setting, you can have users in the Marketing department be able to print to this printer, but no one else will be able to print to it
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