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  • 1. Module 2: Setting Up User Accounts
  • 2. Overview  Introduction to User Accounts  Requirements for New User Accounts  Creating a Domain User Account  Setting Password Requirements  Setting Properties for User Accounts  Best Practices
  • 3.  Introduction to User Accounts  Domain User Accounts  Local User Accounts  Built-in User Accounts
  • 4. Domain User Accounts  Provides Access to Network Resources  Created on a Domain Controller Dom ai Use n Acc r oun Domain Controller t Active Directory Domain Network ResourcesDomain User Access
  • 5. Local User Accounts  Provides Access to Resources on the Local Computer  Create Only on Computers That Are Not in a Domain  Created in the Local Security Database Local User Account Local Security Database Local User
  • 6. Built-in User Accounts Administrator  Manages:  User accounts and groups  Security policies  File and print resources Guest  Disabled by Default  Used for Occasional Access  Limited Access to Resources
  • 7.  Requirements for New User Accounts  Naming Conventions  Secure Password  Account Options to Set
  • 8. Naming Conventions  User Logon Names and Full Names Must Be Unique  Domain user accounts must be unique to Active Directory  Local user accounts must be unique on the computer  User Logon Names Can Contain up to 20 Characters  Consider a Naming Convention That:  Accommodates duplicate employee names  Identifies temporary employees
  • 9. Secure Password  Assign a Password for the Administrator Account  Determine Who Has Control Over Passwords  Educate Users on How to Use Passwords  Avoid obvious associations, such as a family name  Use long passwords  Use a combination of uppercase and lowercase characters
  • 10. Account Options to Set  Set Logon Hours to Users’ Work Hours  Specify the Computers from Which a User Can Log On  Domain users can log on at any computer in the domain, by default  Restrict domain users to specific computers to increase security  Determine Whether a User Account Should Expire
  • 11. Creating a Domain User Account dsa - [Active Directory Users and Computers] Console Window HelpActive View Active Directory Delegate control… nwtraders Find…. Create New Object (User) Accounts Builtin New Computers New Create in: nwtraders.msft/Users Information All Tasks Users View New Window from Here name: First Judy Last name: Lew Refresh Export List… Name: Judy Lew User logon name: Properties judy1 @nwtraders.msft Help Downlevel logon name: NWTRADERS < Back Next > Cancel
  • 12. Setting Password Requirements Create New Object (User) Create in: nwtraders.msft/Users Password: ******** Confirm Password: ******** User must change password at next logon User cannot change password Password never expires Account disabled < Back Next > Cancel
  • 13.  Setting Properties for User Accounts  Setting Personal Properties  Setting Account Properties  Setting Logon Hours  Setting the Computers from Which Users Can Log On  Configuring Dial-up Settings
  • 14. Setting Personal Properties  Add Personal Information About Active Directory Users  Use Personal Properties to Search Active Directory Amy Jones Properties Telephone/Notes Organization Member Of General Address Account General
  • 15. Setting Account Properties Judy Lew PropertiesJudy Lew User Telephone/Notes Organization Member Of Dial-inUser Two User General Address Account ProfileUser ThreeUser Four User logon name:1User Five Judyl nwtraders.msftUser SixAdd members to a Group... Downlevel logon name: Disable Account NWTRADERS Reset Password… Move… Logon Hours... Logon To... Open home page Send mail Account locked out Account options: All Tasks User must change password at next logon Delete User cannot change password Rename Password never expires Refresh Save password as encrypted clear text Properties Properties Account expires Never Help End of: Saturday , May 01, 1999 OK Cancel Apply
  • 16. Setting Logon Hours Logon Hours for Judy Lew . . . 6 .8 .10.12. 2 .4 . 6 . 8 .10.12 12 2 4 OK Cancel Sunday Monday Logon Permitted Tuesday Wednesday Logon Denied Thursday Friday Saturday
  • 17. Setting the Computers from Which Users Can Log On Judy Lew - Logon Workstations ? User may log on to all workstations Default User may log on to these workstations: Enter the computer’s NetBIOS name: Brisbane Add Perth Remove Change Note: the NetBIOS protocol is needed for this feature. Close Cancel
  • 18. Configuring Dial-up Settings User1 Properties General Address Account Profile Telephones/Notes Organization Member Of Dial-in Environment Timeouts Remote Access Permission (Dial-in or VPN) Allow access Deny access User Can Work Control access through Remote Access Policy Remotely by Setup Verify Caller-ID: Using Dial-Up Callback Options Connections No Callback Set by Caller (RAS only) Always Callback to: Assign Static IP Address Apply Static Routes Define routes to enable for this Dial-in Static Routes... connection. OK Cancel Apply
  • 19. Best Practices Rename the Administrator Account Create a User Account with Administrative Rights Create a User Account for Non-Administrative Tasks Enable the Guest Account Only in Low Security Networks Create Random Initial Passwords Require New Users to Change Their Passwords Set Account Expiration Dates for Temporary Employees
  • 20. Review  Introduction to User Accounts  Requirements for New User Accounts  Creating a Domain User Account  Setting Password Requirements  Setting Properties for User Accounts  Best Practices

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