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An Entry in an object's discretionary access control list (DACL) that grants permissions to a user or group. An ______ is also an entry in an object's system access control list (SACL) that specifies the security events to be audited for a user or group.
access control entry (ACE)
These allow legacy operating systems to perform searches in Active Directory; that provide site awareness and access to Windows 2000 distributed file systems.
Active Directory client extensions
Defines the events on the network that Windows 2000 records in the security log as they occur.
audit policy
The process that tracks the activities of users by recording selected types of events in the security log of a server or a workstation.
The traditional storage type that divides physical disk space into primary partitions, extended partitions, and logical drives.
basic disk
Data is stored in a format that takes up less disk space enabling you to store more data.
A predefined Microsoft Management Console (MMC) application that allows you to administer a variety of computer-related tasks on the local computer or a remote computer.
Computer Management console
Individual responsible for recovering encrypted data in the event a user's private key is lost.
data recovery agent
A part of the security descriptor of an object that contains a list of user or group references that have been allowed or denied permissions to the resource.
discretionary access control list (DACL)
A Windows 2000 feature that is used as a means of monitoring and controlling the amount of disk space available to users.
disk quotas
A file system that organizes shared folders located throughout a local or wide area network into a single logical tree structure.
distributed file system (DFS)
The logical structure of a distributed file system, which includes the DFS root and DFS link.
DFS topology
The top level of a DFS tree structure that contains links to the shared folders on the network.
DFS root
A pointer to the physical location of a share on the network.
DFS link
A new storage system supported by Windows 2000 that divides physical disk space into volumes.
dynamic disk
The Windows 2000 file system that enables you to encrypt files and folders on NTFS volumes for security purposes.
encrypting file system (EFS)
A component you can use to view and manage event logs, gather information about hardware and software problems, and monitor security events. Event Viewer maintains logs about program, security, and system events.
Event Viewer
Is used to provide access utilizing a number of protocols such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP), and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
Internet Information Services (IIS)
A process that removes orphaned printer objects from the Active Directory. The ______ ______ verifies that all printer objects are still valid in Active Directory.
orphan pruner
The actual hardware device that produces the printed document. A local ____ _____ connects directly to a port on the print server. A network _______ _______ connects to a print server through its own network adapter and connection to the network.
print device
Files that contain information that Windows 2000 uses to convert raw print commands to a language that the printer understands.
print driver
The computer in which the printers and print drivers are located. This is usually where you set up and configure the shared printing system.
print server
A configuration object in Windows 2000 that controls the connection to the print device.
Consist of a single printer that is connected to a number of print devices.
printer pool
Configuring multiple printers to print to the same print device. One printer is then configured to print before any of the other printers by adjusting the priority setting from one (lowest priority) to 99 (highest priority).
printer priorities
An Active Directory object that represents a link or direct information on how to use or connect to the shared resource.
An Active Directory object that points to a related shared folder on a file server.
published folder
A set of shared folders that is replicated or copied to one or more servers in a domain.
replica set
A Windows 2000 event log used to record security events such as auditing information.
security log
A data resource container that has been made available over the network to authorized network clients.
shared folder
A folder that is intended to be accessed from the Internet or an internal intranet using the HTTP or FTP protocols.
Web Folder