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There are also a number of Global and Universal built-in groups, which you can view in the Users container in the Active Directory Users and Computers console. The following bulleted list gives you a brief definition of each: Cert Publishers Members create Enterprise-wide certificates and renewals. DNS Update Proxy Contains DNS clients who are permitted to perform dynamic updates. Domain Admins Contains administrators for the domain. Domain Computers Contains domain computer accounts. Domain Controllers Contains domain controllers. Domain Guests Contains all domain guests. Domain Users Contains all domain user accounts. Enterprise Admins Contains enterprise administrative accounts. These accounts have permission to perform all Active Directory management and configuration tasks in the forest. Group Policy Creator Owners Members can modify Group Policy objects. Schema Admins Members can make configuration changes to the Active Directory schema.
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Creating a new group account
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You can easily create new group accounts in Windows 2000, but you should plan new group accounts carefully and determine how you will use them. To create a new group account, log on with an administrative account, access the Active Directory Users and Computers console, and then follow these steps: 1. Select the container or OU where you want to store the new group account and then click Action New Group. 2. The New Object Group window appears, as shown in Figure 9-15. Enter a group name. The pre-Windows 2000 group name appears automatically, but you can change it if desired. Select a desired group scope and group type by clicking the appropriate radio button and then click the OK button.
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If the Universal group option is grayed out, then your domain is running in mixed mode. See 8 to learn more about mixed mode.
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3. The new group now appears in the desired container or OU.
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9 Setting Up Users, Groups, and Computers
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Figure 9-15: New Object Group
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Configuring group account properties
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You can configure any group account by accessing its properties sheets. Select the group in Active Directory Users and Computers and then click Action Properties, or just right-click the group account icon in the console and click Properties. The following sections show you what configuration options are available on each tab.
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General
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The General tab provides you the same options you configured when creating the account. You can change the group name, and you see the group scope and type listed. The only other configuration options you have on this tab are to enter a description for the group, a group e-mail address, and any notes you would like to make about the group.
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The Members tab, shown in Figure 9-16, lists the Active Directory user accounts that are members of the group account and the Active Directory folder in which the user accounts reside. Use the Add button to add new members to the group and the Remove button to take members out of the group.
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Figure 9-16: Members tab
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Member Of
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The Member Of tab, which looks almost identical to the Members tab shown in Figure 9-16, lists the groups to which this group is a member. Use the Add and Remove buttons to manage the group memberships as desired.
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The Managed By tab, shown in Figure 9-17, enables you to select a user from the Active Directory and make that user a manager of the group. Click the Change button and select a manager from the Active Directory. If additional information, such as office, street, phone numbers, and so on, is taken from the user account and placed on this tab, Active Directory users can see this information.
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The manager s contact information, such as office, street, phone, and so on, is taken directly from the user account. You cannot manually enter them here. If the user account does not have this information configured, then no information will be displayed.
Object and Security
The Object tab gives you information about the group object. You cannot configure anything on this tab. The Security tab functions like all other Security tabs in the Active Directory.