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Activity Frequency: Ad hoc Active Directory includes a time synchronization hierarchy This hierarchy is based on the PDC Emulator within each domain of the forest The forest root domain PDC Emulator is normally synchronized with an external time source, and each child domain PDC emulator synchronizes with the PDC Emulator from the forest root domain Each computer or server in each domain synchronizes with its own PDC Emulator Time synchronization in Windows Server is managed in two ways: The first is through the W32TM command This command lets you control time on individual computers The second is through the domain hierarchy If you wish to use alternate time sources, Windows Server includes several GPOs that let you control time globally within domains By default, Windows Server 2008 networks are configured to use TIMEWINDOWSCOM as the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) time source If your network cannot reach this time source, your server will generate W32Time errors, such as error number 12 If you wish to set a different time source server for the forest root PDC Emulator, use the W32TM command-line tool For example, the command to use to set an Eastern Time Zone clock with three source time servers would be:
w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:"ntp2usnonavymil, tickusnonavymil, tockusnonavymil" /update
This will set the forest root PDC Emulator to synchronize time with one of the three computer systems listed, and it will immediately update the time service Remember that to do this you will have to open UDP port 123 in your firewall to allow SNTP traffic Other time sources are available Use your favorite Internet search tool to locate them To verify that the command was successful, type:
net time /querysntp
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NOTE A list of public time servers is available at http://supportntporg/bin/view/Servers/WebHome
You must type in the address with upper and lowercase characters for it to work There is really no need to configure GPOs for time synchronization, because every computer joined to a domain automatically obtains its time settings from the PDC Emulator
DC-33: Access Control List Management
Activity Frequency: Ad hoc One of the four reasons you use organizational units is to hide objects in the directory Since users have the ability to query the directory, it is a good idea to hide sensitive objects, such as service or administrative accounts
C AUTION This should be taken as a security best practice The first part of hacking is having the
information on hand If you hide the information by applying access control lists to OUs, you will have a more secure network
NOTE Before performing this task, use Procedure DC-05 to create a security group called Denied
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