- Relate how Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory and the configuration of access controls achieve CIA for departmental LANs, departmental folders, and data.
- It is a good practice to include the account or user name in the password? Why or why not?
- To enhance the strength of user passwords, what are some of the best practices to implement for user password definitions to maximize confidentiality?
- Can a user defined in Active Directory access a shared drive if that user is not part of the domain?
- Does Windows Server 2008 R2 require a user’s logon/password credentials prior to accessing shared drives?
- When looking at the Active Directory structure for Users and Computers, which group has the least amount of implied privileges?
- When granting access to LAN systems for guests (i.e., auditors, consultants, third-part individuals, etc.), what security controls do you recommend implementing to maximize CIA of production systems and data?
- When granting access for the ShopFloor group to the SFfiles within the SFfiles folder, what must be configured within the Active Directory?
- When granting access for the HumanResources group to the HRfiles within the HRfiles folder, what must be configured within the Active Directory?
- Explain how CIA can be achieved down to the folder and data file access level for departments and users using Active Directory and Windows Server 2008 R2 access control configuration. Configuring unique access controls for different user types is an example of what kind of access controls?
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Saturday, June 16, 2018