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The Telephones tab, shown in Figure 9-11, is like the Address tab it is a location where you can enter detailed telephone contact information for the user. This information is made available to Active Directory users, so do not enter any numbers that should not be made public.
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9 Setting Up Users, Groups, and Computers
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Figure 9-10: Profile tab
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Figure 9-11: Telephones tab
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The Organization tab, shown in Figure 9-12, provides you a place to enter information about the user s relationship to the organization, such as the user s title, department, manager, and so forth. This information is visible to Active Directory users.
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Figure 9-12: Organization tab
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The Published Certificates tab, shown in Figure 9-13, provides you a place to add or remove X.509 certificates to the user s account. If certificate services are used in your network, use this tab to manage the certificates for the user. If you do not see a Published Certificates tab, then in the Active Directory Users and Computers console, click View Advanced to turn on advanced features. The tab will then become visible.
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The Member Of tab lists the Active Directory groups to which the user belongs. Use the Add and Remove buttons to select or remove groups as desired.
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You can learn more about group accounts later in this chapter.
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Figure 9-13: Published Certificates tab
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You also see a Set Primary Group button. This feature is provided for Macintosh and/or POSIX client applications. You do not need to set a primary group if you are not using Macintosh- or POSIX-compliant applications.
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The Dial-in tab, shown in Figure 9-14, enables you to configure the user account for use with Remote Access Services (RAS) for either dial-in or virtual private network (VPN) access. In the top part of the window, you can choose to either allow or deny remote access by clicking the desired radio button, or you can choose to control access through remote access policy. You can also choose to verify the caller s ID. In the middle of the window, you see callback options. This feature enables the server to call the user back as a security feature. Your three radio button options are No Callback, Set by Caller, or Always Callback to, an option where you enter a desired phone number. Finally, you see IP address and route check boxes that enable you to define a static IP address and a default route.
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Remote access is a complicated topic, and Windows 2000 provides you a number of important options. Although RAS is not discussed in this book, you should certainly spend some time studying RAS before implementing a RAS plan for your environment. You can learn more about RAS in the Windows 2000 Help files or in the Windows 2000 Resource Kit.
Part II Implementing the Active Directory
Figure 9-14: Dial-in tab
Object
The object tab provides you information about the user account object in the Active Directory. The fully qualified domain name of the object is displayed along with the date of contraction, last modification, and original and current Update Sequence Number (USN). There isn t anything you can configure on this tab, but it is provided for informational purposes only. If you can t see the tab in Active Directory Users and Computers, click View Advanced, and the tab will appear.
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You can learn more about objects and USNs in 14.
Security
The Security tab for the object functions like all other Security tabs for objects in the Active Directory. The Security and your configuration options for object security are covered in detail in 11.
Note
Additional tabs may also be available, such as Environment, Sessions, Remote Control, and Terminal Services Profile, if Terminal Services are configured for your domain.
9 Setting Up Users, Groups, and Computers
Other user account management options
Aside from configuring the user account properties, there are also a number of other management tasks you can perform. Simply select the user account in the Users and Computers console and then click the Action menu to see a list of management options (or just right-click the user account icon to see the same list). The following bulleted list points out the management actions you can take: Copy The copy option enables you to copy a user account so you can create a new user account for a different user. This feature enables you to configure user account settings as desired in the form of a template and then just copy this standardized account so you can create a lot of users more quickly. Add members to a group This option enables you to quickly add the user account to a specified group. Name mappings This option enables you to configure security identity mappings for X.509 certificates and Kerberos names. You don t normally need to configure this option unless you want to map specific X.509 certificates to the user s account or you want to map users from a trusted nonWindows Kerberos realm to the user account. Disable account This option prevents the account from being used. Reset Password This option enables you to give the user account a new password. This option is used when a user forgets a password, and you need to reset the password to a default option so the user can access the account and create a new password. Move This option enables you to move the user account to a different container or OU. Open home page If a home page has been configured in the user account properties, you can use this option to quickly access the page. Send mail If an e-mail address has been configured for the user account, use this option to easily send an e-mail message to the user. Delete This option deletes the user account. Rename This option renames the user account. Refresh This option refreshes the account so you can see the latest changes. Help This option opens the Windows 2000 Help files.