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If you have worked with Windows 2000 Server and the Active Directory at all, you are well aware that all objects and user accounts have a Security tab in their properties sheets. Other Windows items, such as shared folders, also have the same Security
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If none of your objects in Active Directory Users and Computers has a Security tab on the Properties sheets, then you need to enable advanced features of the console by clicking View Advanced Features. The Security tabs will appear once you have enabled the feature.
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The Security tab, shown in Figure 11-1, provides a standard interface to determine which users or groups can access a particular resource and what rights or permissions those users or groups have for the resource.
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Figure 11-1: Security tab
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The top part of the Window lists the current users or groups that have permissions for the particular object. You can select any of the users or groups and click the Remove button to remove them from the permissions list, or you can click the Add button and select other users or groups from the Active Directory to add to the list. By selecting a user or group, you can then manipulate the permissions by clicking either the Allow or Deny check boxes as desired. This design makes configuring permissions very easy and the same for all Windows and Active Directory objects and items.
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The permissions that appear in the list, such as Full Control, Read, Write, and so on, vary depending on the type of object. For example, Printer objects and OU objects have different check box options.
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Notice the check box at the bottom of the Security tab. This check box allows inheritable permissions from the object s parent to propagate to the object. In other words, the check box allows the object to inherit permissions from its parent. For example, suppose I have an OU called Production within an OU called Atlanta. Permissions are configured on Atlanta. If I keep the check box selected on the Production Security tab, all permissions configured on Atlanta will be inherited by Production. This inheritance behavior is an excellent Windows 2000 design. By carefully creating your OU structure and storing items in appropriate OUs, you can simply configure security settings at the first-level OUs as needed. Then, those settings will be inherited by all other child objects. With careful organization and grouping, the inheritance feature is an excellent administrative tool. However, there may be circumstances where you need to block inheritance. Suppose you have a printer residing in a particular OU. You want the printer object to be used only by administrators. You can configure the option by opening the printer object s properties, clicking the Security tab, and then clearing the Allow inheritable permissions from parent to propagate to this object check box. When you clear the check box, a Security window appears, shown in Figure 11-2.
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Figure 11-2: Security window
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The Security window enables you to do one of three actions: To copy previously inherited permissions to the object To remove inherited permissions (Then you can manually specify the permission you want to keep.) To abort the operation Normally, you will choose to just remove the inherited permissions. This removes any inherited permissions and blocks the object from receiving future inherited permissions. You can then configure the object s permissions as you desire.
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Inheritance is a design feature of Windows 2000 that reduces administrative burden. You should use the block inheritance feature only in rare cases. If you find yourself needing to block inheritance regularly, this is usually a sign that your OU structure and object organization need some work. Review 3 for important tips about designing an OU structure.
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Finally, you also see an Advanced button near the bottom of the Security tab. The Advanced button enables you to configure advanced permissions, auditing, and ownership. The following sections examine each of these features.
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