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The contact object has an Object tab and a Security tab, just as an OU and many other Active Directory objects. See the Setting Up Organizational Units section earlier in this chapter for more information about these tabs.
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The General tab for contact objects is much like the General tab for user objects. The General tab, shown in Figure 10-7, is a place where you can enter standard information about the contact, such as name, description, phone numbers, and so on. Notice that next to the Telephone number dialog box and Web page dialog box you have an Other button. Click this button to enter additional phone or Web page information.
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Figure 10-7: General tab
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The Address tab, as you might guess, provides you a place to enter the postal address information for the contact.
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It is important to remember that any information you put on the General and Address tabs will be viewable to Active Directory users. Do not enter information you do not want made public on these tabs.
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The Telephones tab, shown in Figure 10-8, provides you a place to enter a variety of telephone numbers, such as home, pager, mobile, fax, and IP Phone. As with the General tab, you can use the Other buttons to enter additional phone numbers as needed. You also have a Notes dialog box where you can enter information related to the contact s telephone numbers. Again, remember that all of this information can be viewed by Active Directory users.
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Figure 10-8: Telephones tab
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The Organization tab enables you to enter information about the contact s organization, such as the contact s title, department, company, and the manager s name. The Manager information is taken from the Active Directory. Therefore, in this instance, the manager refers to someone within the Active Directory organization who manages the contact. Again, any information entered on this tab is made available to Active Directory users.
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The Member Of tab enables you to add the contact to various Active Directory groups. Depending on the relationship of the contact with the organization, the contact may have a user account and be able to log on to the Active Directory network. The Member Of tab enables you to configure group memberships as appropriate for the contact. As you can see in Figure 10-9, this contact is a member of the Guests group. You can use the Add and Remove buttons on this window to add the contact to more groups or remove previously configured group memberships.
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Figure 10-9: Member Of tab
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Publishing Printer Objects
A very important resource you can publish in the Active Directory is printers. In networking environments, a common source of complaint from end users is connecting to and using various printers within an organization. The Active Directory greatly simplifies the use of printers through the Active Directory, particularly for Windows 2000 clients. With the Active Directory, users can search for particular kinds of printers, directly connect to them, have the appropriate drivers automatically downloaded, and use the printer. The user does not have to know which server the printer is connected to or doesn t need to know anything about the network topology in order to use the printer. You can publish printer objects in the Active Directory connected to either Windows 2000 computers or downlevel computers, such as NT and 9x. However, the publication method for Windows 2000 and downlevel computers is different. The following two sections examine how to publish each.
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Publishing printers connected to Windows 2000 computers
Windows 2000 computers can automatically publish shared printers in the Active Directory without configuration from the Active Directory administrator, which is a big time-saver for administrators. In Windows 2000 computers (either Server or Professional), you have the option to automatically list the printer in the Active Directory when you share the printer. As shown in Figure 10-10, click the check box to list the printer in the directory. Once you click OK, the printer information is sent to a domain controller for publication in the Active Directory.