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    • Module 1:Introduction toWindows 2003Administration
    • Overview  Introduction to Network Administration  Gaining Access to Network Resources  Managing Access to Network Resources  Introduction to Windows 2003 Domains  Using Windows 2003 Help
    • Introduction to Network Administration Active Directory Shared Access Resources User 1 Sales GroupUser 2 User 3
    •  Gaining Access to Network Resources  User Accounts in Windows 2003  Windows 2003 Authentication Process  Logging On to Windows 2003  Windows 2003 Security Dialog Box
    • User Accounts in Windows 2003 Domain Controller Local User Accounts Active Directory Domain User Accounts Access Shared Resources User
    • Windows 2003 Authentication Process Domain Controller Active 1 2 Directory Logs On 3Logging on to a Domain Domain  Provides User Identity and Security Settings 2 1 Logs On Local Security  Enables a User to Gain Database Access to Resources and 3 Perform System Tasks Logging on Locally
    • Logging On to Windows 2003 Log On to Windows User Name Administrator Password ******** OK Cancel Options> Options
    • Windows 2003 Security Dialog Box Ctrl Alt Delete Windows 2003 Security Logon Information Logon You are logged on as Domain_nameAdministratorInformation Logon Date: 9/18/98 Use the Task Manager to close an application that is not responding. Lock Workstation Log Off Shutdown... Change Password Task Manager Cancel
    •  Managing Access to Resources  Assigning Permissions to Gain Access to Resources  Using Groups to Manage User Accounts
    • Assigning Permissions to Gain Access to Resources  Assigning Permissions to Control Access  Users Must Have Explicit Permissions to Gain Access to Resources Write database
    • Using Groups to Manage User Accounts Put Users in Groups Assign Permissions to GroupsUser 1 User 2 Read / Write User 3 Accounting Group User 4 User 5
    •  Introduction to Windows 2003 Domains  Windows 2003 Domains  Computers in a Domain  Active Directory
    • Windows 2003 Domains  Users Have Access to Data on Other Computers  Single Logon Process for All Computers  User and Resource Information Is Stored and Administered Centrally  Scalable to Very Large Networks
    • Computers in a Domain Domain Controller running Active Directory  Windows 2003 Server Member Server running  Windows 2003 Server  Windows NT Server 4.0  Windows NT Server 3.51Client Computer Client Computer running  Windows 2003 Professional  Windows 98, Windows 95  Windows NT Workstation
    • Active Directory  Stores Information About User Accounts and Resources Active Directory  Validates Users to Access Domain Resources Computers  Stores Network Information as Objects in a Hierarchical Structure Objects  Provides Users  Centralized administration  Advanced search capabilities  Delegation of authority
    • Using Windows 2003 Help Windows 2003 Server Hide Back Forward Options Web Help Contents Index Search Favorites Active Directory Welcome Active Directory is the directory service Help used Window s2003 Server and is the Active Directory foundation of Windows 2003 distributed Windows Clustering Enterprise Memory Architecture network. Managing Security InteliMirror  Checklists Managing Users and Computers Managing Files and Printers  New Ways to Do Familiar Tasks Disaster Protection  Best Practices Storing Data  How To... Establishing Connections Managing Communications  Concepts Core Network Protocols and Services  Troubleshooting Integrating Networks Client Services Monitoring and Diagnostics Tools Internet Tools and Services Automating Administrative Tasks Application and Programming Tools Troubleshooting and Other Resources
    • Review  Introduction to Network Administration  Gaining Access to Network Resources  Managing Access to Network Resources  Introduction to Windows 2003 Domains  Using Windows 2003 Help