• Managing Second Stage and Active Management of Third Stage of Labor Perfect

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) is USAID's flagship maternal, newborn, and child program. Mission: MCHIP's vision is to accelerate the reduction of maternal, newborn, and child mortality in the 30+ USAID priority countries facing the highest disease burden. By scaling up evidence-based high impact maternal, newborn, and children health interventions we aim to help reduce maternal and child mortality by 25% across these priority countries through field-based implementation and global leadership. To support this valuable mission and learn more: VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.mchip.net/ SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/mchipGlobal LIKE us o...

    published: 21 Oct 2013
  • Active Directory- Managing Computers - Course

    Course Registration:http://jobskillshare.com/main/auth/inscription.php?c=ADUSERMGT&e=1

    published: 05 Jan 2014
  • 70-410 Objective 5.3 - Creating and Managing Groups and OUs on Windows Server 2012 R2

    In this video I will explain concepts for the 70-410 Objective 5.3 of Creating and Managing Active Directory Groups and Organizational Units. Most people confuse Organizational Units or OUs and Active Directory Security Groups. They are both use for totally different reasons, but still share the same concept of organizing users and computers. OUs organize Users or Computer objects in AD so that we can Policy the objects with Group Policy. Groups organize user or computer account in AD so that we can administrate by role. This administration is in the form of securing resource with ACLs in which we allow the groups to either allow access or deny access in varying levels of access. We cover this first so that we can have a clear understanding of the differences between the two before we proc...

    published: 01 Feb 2016
  • Active v Passive Mutual Fund Managing

    Michael explains the differences between Active vs Passive Mutual Fund managing strategies. For more information, please visit yardleywealth.net Transcript: What do people mean when they talk about Active vs Passive mutual funds. What they are talking about is the management style. So with an actively managed fund, you have a manager who's job is to pick investments that will beat some benchmark index. And so if they are a large cap growth fund, they are going to buy stocks within that large cap growth category. And they are going to buy the ones that they think will do best over time, wither their time period is short or long term, and that sounds great, right? What is a passively managed mutual fund? A passively managed mutual fund is where instead of trying to figure out which stocks t...

    published: 26 May 2015
  • 70-410 Lesson 8: Managing Active Directory Domain Services Using PowerShell (part 8/19)

    70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 This course centers on the installation and configuration of Windows Server 2012. There are upgraded features from older releases, like PowerShell which is quickly becoming a favorite over the command line tool. This is a course for those who have prior networking experience as well as those looking to take a step up from Server 2003, and 2008. After taking this course you will have ability to implement and configure Windows Server 2012 core services, such as Active Directory and the networking services. In this course you will learn: - Install and configure servers - Configure server roles and features - Configure Hyper-V - Deploy and configure core network services - Install and administer Active Directory - Create and...

    published: 07 Feb 2016
  • With Thales, managing an active cyberdefence

    Thales, a global leader in cybersecurity and in cryptographic security solutions, is there to advise you and help you fight against the most sophisticated cyberattacks. Thales's scalable Managed Security Services solutions allow organisations to supervise their information systems and monitor levels of security, resilience and continuity throughout the system life cycle, from design to operational management.

    published: 15 Sep 2015
  • Managing Places

    Learn how to make your ROBLOX places active so other people can play them!

    published: 11 Aug 2016
  • Hedge Talk: Millennium Global's active approach to managing currency exposure

    Mark Astley, CEO of Millennium Global talks about their products - currency management solutions, which includes risk mitigation strategies, active management of existing risk, absolute return products and advisory services. Astley says it is high time companies given due attention to currency risks, given the tectonic shifts across the globe and their impact on the exchange rates. Astley calls for a more pragmatic approach and highlights the dangers of - ‘Do Nothing’ and ‘Hedge all currency risk back to the base currency’. This segment is hosted by Colin Lloyd, Author of Macro Investment Letter service ‘In the Long Run’ Tip TV Finance is a daily finance show based in Belgravia, London. Tip TV Finance prides itself on being able to attract the very highest quality guests on the show to...

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • Managing Active Directory from Android device

    This is a video tutorial on how to manage Windows Active Directory accounts using an Android device

    published: 26 Feb 2014
  • Why Boards Must Be Active In Managing Risk

    published: 23 Sep 2015
  • 70-410 Objective 5.2 - Creating and Managing User Accounts with GUI Tools for Windows Server 2012 R2

    In this video for Objective 5.2 of the 70-410 we will explore creating and managing user with GUI Tools in Windows Server 2012 R2. We first look at the newest GUI tool called the Active Directory Administrative Center. The ADAC is slowly replacing the Active Directory User and Computer MMC, it has features that cannot be found in any existing tools. We begin by creating a new user account with the ADAC and examining the attributes that can be set. We then look at the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC and create a new user account. We also examine the attributes that can be set for a new user account. We then look at creating a template user for copying or duplicating users. We will examine which attributes will be copied when copying a template account. We then follow up by copying ...

    published: 10 Dec 2015
  • 5.Creating and Managing Active Directory Groups

    "Windows Server 2016 Beginners Tutorial" In this video we will see how we can create and Manage Active Directory Groups in Windows Server 2016 Domain.

    published: 19 Dec 2016
  • Privileged Access Management for Active Directory

    In this session we cover our strategy across Windows Server, Windows PowerShell, Active Directory, Microsoft Identity Manager, and Microsoft Azure Active Directory for addressing the risks of administrator access, through stronger authentication and managing just-in-time and just-enough administrator access.

    published: 10 Nov 2014
  • Managing the Explosion of High-Resolution Topography for Active Fault Research

    Managing the Explosion of High-Resolution Topography for Active Fault Research: Here is an ignite style talk I should have given at the 2017 Seismological Society of America meeting (http://meetings.seismosoc.org/ignite-talks/). But, bad weather delayed my travel.

    published: 18 Apr 2017
  • Managing 2012 R2 Active Directory Domain Objects by Enayat Meer 20410D M3

    Most of Active Directory management steps were performed in this video live such as Creating users, groups, organizational units, delegating access control, managing objects, testing permissions and much more just in one hour video (recording time, setup time may take up to 3 hours) with all steps provided at right side of screen for anyone who wants to perform same steps live using Hyper-v or VMware or physical computers: Watch my other related videos to setup hyper-v network or create a domain from scratch. Enayat Meer

    published: 19 Jan 2015
  • 70-410 Objective 5.2 - Creating and Managing User and Computer Objects in Windows Server 2012 R2

    In this video we explore the ways to create and manage User and Computer objects in Windows Server 2012 R2 Active Directory. We first look at the differences between local authentication and domain authentication. We then look at the security guidelines we should follow for the Administrator account and the Guest Account. We then explore some of the GUI or graphical based methods for creating user accounts. Such as the Active Directory Administrative Center and the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC. We also look at User Templates, which I will follow-up with a lab on to be released later. We then explore some of the command line tools for user creation such as: dsadd.exe, Windows PowerShell, CSVDE.exe (Comma Separated Value Data Exchange) and LDIFDE.exe (Lightweight Data Interchange...

    published: 07 Dec 2015
Managing Second Stage and Active Management of Third Stage of Labor Perfect

Managing Second Stage and Active Management of Third Stage of Labor Perfect

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2013
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) is USAID's flagship maternal, newborn, and child program. Mission: MCHIP's vision is to accelerate the reduction of maternal, newborn, and child mortality in the 30+ USAID priority countries facing the highest disease burden. By scaling up evidence-based high impact maternal, newborn, and children health interventions we aim to help reduce maternal and child mortality by 25% across these priority countries through field-based implementation and global leadership. To support this valuable mission and learn more: VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.mchip.net/ SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/mchipGlobal LIKE us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mchipdc FOLLOW us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mchipnet READ our Blog: http://www.mchip.net/blogs VIEW our Flickr Photo Stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mchip
https://wn.com/Managing_Second_Stage_And_Active_Management_Of_Third_Stage_Of_Labor_Perfect
Active Directory- Managing Computers - Course

Active Directory- Managing Computers - Course

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  • Updated: 05 Jan 2014
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Course Registration:http://jobskillshare.com/main/auth/inscription.php?c=ADUSERMGT&e=1
https://wn.com/Active_Directory_Managing_Computers_Course
70-410 Objective 5.3 - Creating and Managing Groups and OUs on Windows Server 2012 R2

70-410 Objective 5.3 - Creating and Managing Groups and OUs on Windows Server 2012 R2

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  • Updated: 01 Feb 2016
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In this video I will explain concepts for the 70-410 Objective 5.3 of Creating and Managing Active Directory Groups and Organizational Units. Most people confuse Organizational Units or OUs and Active Directory Security Groups. They are both use for totally different reasons, but still share the same concept of organizing users and computers. OUs organize Users or Computer objects in AD so that we can Policy the objects with Group Policy. Groups organize user or computer account in AD so that we can administrate by role. This administration is in the form of securing resource with ACLs in which we allow the groups to either allow access or deny access in varying levels of access. We cover this first so that we can have a clear understanding of the differences between the two before we proceed. We then proceed to understand the security on Organizational Units and how we can delegate an OU for admins to follow the principle of least permissions. In the example we can delegate an OU to an average user whom might be a manager, so that he or she can provide password reset for their employees. We could always give a higher level of permission than what is needed. However, that would not limit mistakes and abuse of privileges. We then look at group types of Distribution and Security. Since Distribution is solely used for Exchange users we will not be discussing them and Distribution Groups are not an objective for the exam. Security Groups have several scopes, such as Machine Local Groups, Domain Local Groups, Global Groups and Universal Groups. Before discussing Group Scopes further we look at the basic purpose of groups to organize users together. We do this so that we can administrate by groups and not by individual users. The process is called Role Based Access Control. We then focus on group scope types and begin with Machine Local Groups and which group types can be nested inside of them. Machine local groups have no availability outside of the local machine. Domain Local Groups can contain other Domain Local Groups, Global Groups and Universal groups in addition to User accounts or Computer accounts. The availability of a Domain Local Group for nesting under other Domain Local Groups is only for the Domain they are created in; they are “Local” to the domain. Global Groups can contain only other global groups in addition to User account and Computer accounts. They however are available outside of the domain for nesting in other Domain Local Groups, Machine Local Groups and Universal Groups. Universal Groups can contain Global Groups and other Universal groups in addition to User accounts and Computer accounts. They are available throughout the entire forest. We then focus on nesting of groups to achieve administrative control for permissions. While allowing autonomous control by other admins. Such as allowing an administrator to secure a resource, while allowing the other administrator to organize their users by role. We use the process of AGDLP or AGUDLP. Which is simply adding users to global groups nesting global groups inside of domain local groups and securing permissions with the domain local group. A variation of that is adding users to global groups nesting global groups inside of universal group then nesting the universal group inside of domain local groups and securing permissions with the domain local group. We briefly talk about creating groups with GUI and the Command line via the DS commands and PowerShell. We also talk about managing groups with Group Policy using Restricted Groups inside of GPO. Thus allowing a user to be a member of a machine local group or only allowing an absolute list of people to be members of the machine local group. Finally we learn about group conversion and how we can convert a domain local group to a global group and a global group to a domain local group. We also understand the rules behind these conversions. Understanding the differences between OUs and Groups – 0:20 Understanding what Organization Units are used for – 0:32 Understanding what Groups are used for – 0:59 How to use OUs for delegated admin access – 1:16 Group Types and Group Scopes – 3:20 Group Concepts for Security – 4:51 Understanding the Machine Local Group Scope – 5:55 Understanding the Domain Local Group Scope – 6:52 Understanding the Global Group Scope – 7:30 Understanding the Universal Group Scope – 7:55 Nesting of groups for permissions – 8:28 Creating Groups – 12:20 Managing Groups with AD – 13:15 Group Conversion – 14:28
https://wn.com/70_410_Objective_5.3_Creating_And_Managing_Groups_And_Ous_On_Windows_Server_2012_R2
Active v  Passive Mutual Fund Managing

Active v Passive Mutual Fund Managing

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  • Updated: 26 May 2015
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Michael explains the differences between Active vs Passive Mutual Fund managing strategies. For more information, please visit yardleywealth.net Transcript: What do people mean when they talk about Active vs Passive mutual funds. What they are talking about is the management style. So with an actively managed fund, you have a manager who's job is to pick investments that will beat some benchmark index. And so if they are a large cap growth fund, they are going to buy stocks within that large cap growth category. And they are going to buy the ones that they think will do best over time, wither their time period is short or long term, and that sounds great, right? What is a passively managed mutual fund? A passively managed mutual fund is where instead of trying to figure out which stocks to own they own all the stocks in that universe in some manner, wither its based on market cap, or they have more of the bigger companies and less of the smaller companies or its equal where they buy all the stocks in that universe and in equal amounts. When you think about that, I'm just going to buy, you have a choice of owning all of the stock or your going to pick the manager who is going to pick the best ones, it seems like a no brainer to go for the actively managed mutual fund... seems being the operative word there. The thing is actively managed funds charge more in fees and expenses. And so a typical index fund might be bought for a tenth of a percent or two tenths of a percent per year and they aren't going to do a lot of buying and selling so there is not a lot of turnover cost and theres not a lot of cost in the bid/ask spread when they are buying and selling stock so they can keep their cost very low. The actively managed funds need to pay managers, analysts and its expensive. They also do a lot more buying and selling so theres more turnover cost and portfolio cost. So over time passively managed funds beat actively managed funds more often than not, usually about two thirds of the actively managed funds over longer periods of time(1,3,5 years) don't beat the benchmarks that they are trying to beat. So you think you are going to be paying for a mutual fund and your going to be paying for this manager and his expertise and somebody who is out there, on Wall Street and he's got this team of analysts and he's this really smart guy/gal and they think that I can do this and they are going to beat the benchmark. The problem is that theres a lot of them; theres a lot of smart people buying and selling different stock, bonds or whatever it is and they all compete against each other. So its really hard for any of them to stand out from the crowd and what happens is they basically fight with each other to see who does best and then as a whole they do worse than the index by the aggregate amount of fees that they charge above what the index would be. So the nice theory of buying an active manager to beat the market has not worked in practice, you know not in the last 40 years there is no reason to think it going forward. The much better idea is to figure out how much you need of a fund of an asset class, like does it make sense to invest in it then try to buy that cheaply and efficiently and you will probably do better. Thanks.
https://wn.com/Active_V_Passive_Mutual_Fund_Managing
70-410 Lesson 8: Managing Active Directory Domain Services Using PowerShell (part 8/19)

70-410 Lesson 8: Managing Active Directory Domain Services Using PowerShell (part 8/19)

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  • Duration: 37:59
  • Updated: 07 Feb 2016
  • views: 14264
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70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 This course centers on the installation and configuration of Windows Server 2012. There are upgraded features from older releases, like PowerShell which is quickly becoming a favorite over the command line tool. This is a course for those who have prior networking experience as well as those looking to take a step up from Server 2003, and 2008. After taking this course you will have ability to implement and configure Windows Server 2012 core services, such as Active Directory and the networking services. In this course you will learn: - Install and configure servers - Configure server roles and features - Configure Hyper-V - Deploy and configure core network services - Install and administer Active Directory - Create and manage Group Policy
https://wn.com/70_410_Lesson_8_Managing_Active_Directory_Domain_Services_Using_Powershell_(Part_8_19)
With Thales, managing an active cyberdefence

With Thales, managing an active cyberdefence

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2015
  • views: 1394
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Thales, a global leader in cybersecurity and in cryptographic security solutions, is there to advise you and help you fight against the most sophisticated cyberattacks. Thales's scalable Managed Security Services solutions allow organisations to supervise their information systems and monitor levels of security, resilience and continuity throughout the system life cycle, from design to operational management.
https://wn.com/With_Thales,_Managing_An_Active_Cyberdefence
Managing Places

Managing Places

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  • Updated: 11 Aug 2016
  • views: 76310
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Learn how to make your ROBLOX places active so other people can play them!
https://wn.com/Managing_Places
Hedge Talk: Millennium Global's active approach to managing currency exposure

Hedge Talk: Millennium Global's active approach to managing currency exposure

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  • Duration: 10:54
  • Updated: 09 Mar 2017
  • views: 103
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Mark Astley, CEO of Millennium Global talks about their products - currency management solutions, which includes risk mitigation strategies, active management of existing risk, absolute return products and advisory services. Astley says it is high time companies given due attention to currency risks, given the tectonic shifts across the globe and their impact on the exchange rates. Astley calls for a more pragmatic approach and highlights the dangers of - ‘Do Nothing’ and ‘Hedge all currency risk back to the base currency’. This segment is hosted by Colin Lloyd, Author of Macro Investment Letter service ‘In the Long Run’ Tip TV Finance is a daily finance show based in Belgravia, London. Tip TV Finance prides itself on being able to attract the very highest quality guests on the show to talk markets, economics, trading and investing, keeping our audience informed via insightful and actionable infotainment. See More At: www.tiptv.co.uk Twitter: @OfficialTipTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialtiptv
https://wn.com/Hedge_Talk_Millennium_Global's_Active_Approach_To_Managing_Currency_Exposure
Managing Active Directory from Android device

Managing Active Directory from Android device

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  • Updated: 26 Feb 2014
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This is a video tutorial on how to manage Windows Active Directory accounts using an Android device
https://wn.com/Managing_Active_Directory_From_Android_Device
Why Boards Must Be Active In Managing Risk

Why Boards Must Be Active In Managing Risk

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  • Updated: 23 Sep 2015
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https://wn.com/Why_Boards_Must_Be_Active_In_Managing_Risk
70-410 Objective 5.2 - Creating and Managing User Accounts with GUI Tools for Windows Server 2012 R2

70-410 Objective 5.2 - Creating and Managing User Accounts with GUI Tools for Windows Server 2012 R2

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  • Duration: 10:35
  • Updated: 10 Dec 2015
  • views: 1821
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In this video for Objective 5.2 of the 70-410 we will explore creating and managing user with GUI Tools in Windows Server 2012 R2. We first look at the newest GUI tool called the Active Directory Administrative Center. The ADAC is slowly replacing the Active Directory User and Computer MMC, it has features that cannot be found in any existing tools. We begin by creating a new user account with the ADAC and examining the attributes that can be set. We then look at the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC and create a new user account. We also examine the attributes that can be set for a new user account. We then look at creating a template user for copying or duplicating users. We will examine which attributes will be copied when copying a template account. We then follow up by copying the template user and examining the attributes that were copied over. Introduction – 0:10 The Active Directory Administrative Center – 0:24 Creating a user account with the ADAC – 1:05 Examining the Attributes for a new User Account – 2:08 The Active Directory Users and Computers MMC – 2:56 Creating a user account with the ADUC – 3:06 Creating a template user for duplication – 4:36 Setting the template user attributes – 5:44 Example of copying a user from a template account – 8:25 Examining the new user which was copied – 8:56
https://wn.com/70_410_Objective_5.2_Creating_And_Managing_User_Accounts_With_Gui_Tools_For_Windows_Server_2012_R2
5.Creating and Managing Active Directory Groups

5.Creating and Managing Active Directory Groups

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  • Updated: 19 Dec 2016
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"Windows Server 2016 Beginners Tutorial" In this video we will see how we can create and Manage Active Directory Groups in Windows Server 2016 Domain.
https://wn.com/5.Creating_And_Managing_Active_Directory_Groups
Privileged Access Management for Active Directory

Privileged Access Management for Active Directory

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  • Updated: 10 Nov 2014
  • views: 2451
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In this session we cover our strategy across Windows Server, Windows PowerShell, Active Directory, Microsoft Identity Manager, and Microsoft Azure Active Directory for addressing the risks of administrator access, through stronger authentication and managing just-in-time and just-enough administrator access.
https://wn.com/Privileged_Access_Management_For_Active_Directory
Managing the Explosion of High-Resolution Topography for Active Fault Research

Managing the Explosion of High-Resolution Topography for Active Fault Research

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  • Duration: 5:01
  • Updated: 18 Apr 2017
  • views: 46
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Managing the Explosion of High-Resolution Topography for Active Fault Research: Here is an ignite style talk I should have given at the 2017 Seismological Society of America meeting (http://meetings.seismosoc.org/ignite-talks/). But, bad weather delayed my travel.
https://wn.com/Managing_The_Explosion_Of_High_Resolution_Topography_For_Active_Fault_Research
Managing 2012 R2  Active Directory Domain Objects  by Enayat Meer 20410D M3

Managing 2012 R2 Active Directory Domain Objects by Enayat Meer 20410D M3

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  • Updated: 19 Jan 2015
  • views: 1887
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Most of Active Directory management steps were performed in this video live such as Creating users, groups, organizational units, delegating access control, managing objects, testing permissions and much more just in one hour video (recording time, setup time may take up to 3 hours) with all steps provided at right side of screen for anyone who wants to perform same steps live using Hyper-v or VMware or physical computers: Watch my other related videos to setup hyper-v network or create a domain from scratch. Enayat Meer
https://wn.com/Managing_2012_R2_Active_Directory_Domain_Objects_By_Enayat_Meer_20410D_M3
70-410 Objective 5.2 - Creating and Managing User and Computer Objects in Windows Server 2012 R2

70-410 Objective 5.2 - Creating and Managing User and Computer Objects in Windows Server 2012 R2

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  • Duration: 11:53
  • Updated: 07 Dec 2015
  • views: 3205
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In this video we explore the ways to create and manage User and Computer objects in Windows Server 2012 R2 Active Directory. We first look at the differences between local authentication and domain authentication. We then look at the security guidelines we should follow for the Administrator account and the Guest Account. We then explore some of the GUI or graphical based methods for creating user accounts. Such as the Active Directory Administrative Center and the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC. We also look at User Templates, which I will follow-up with a lab on to be released later. We then explore some of the command line tools for user creation such as: dsadd.exe, Windows PowerShell, CSVDE.exe (Comma Separated Value Data Exchange) and LDIFDE.exe (Lightweight Data Interchange Format Directory Exchange). We then focus on the relevance of joining a computer account to Active Directory. We begin to understand why we need to join the computer account to AD and how a trust is made so that the computer can authenticate. We then look at creating Computer Accounts in an Active Directory domain and the tools used to do so. Many of these tools are the same for adding user accounts such as dsadd, Active Directory Users and Computers and the Active Directory Administrative Center. With differences being the PowerShell command of New-ADComputer and using netdom join to join a computer to the domain and sub sequentially creating the account when it joins. We then cover the rights to join the domain, which is something that nobody really knows is out there. However, the average non-privileged user can join up to 10 workstations to the domain without any special privileges. We then look at the Offline Domain Join utility called djoin and how it can be used to domain join a computer that is not directly connected to Active Directory. Lastly we look at Managing Disabled Accounts and what it means to disable an account. Such as a User or a Computer object and how to do this via PowerShell. Limit the number of workstations a user can join to the domain: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/243327 Differences between Local Accounts and Domain Accounts – 0:14 Basic security guidelines for the Administrator and Guest Account – 1:14 GUI based user creation tools – 2:33 Command like user creation tools – 3:34 Relevance of Joining a Computer to a Domain – 4:42 Creating Computer Accounts – 5:40 Non-Privileged user rights for joining computer accounts – 6:50 Offline Domain Join – 7:50 Managing Disabled Accounts – 10:15
https://wn.com/70_410_Objective_5.2_Creating_And_Managing_User_And_Computer_Objects_In_Windows_Server_2012_R2
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