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An Active Directory MMC tool that allows you to configure trust relationships between domains as well as the UPN suffix for the forest.
Active Directory Domains and Trusts
An Active Directory MMC console that allows you to configure site objects and site links, and configure replication costs and times between sites.
Active Directory Sites and Services
An Active Directory MMC console that allows you to create various objects such as organizational units, user accounts, groups, computers, and contacts.
Active Directory Users and Computers
Define with attributes of a certain object a user or group can view or modify within Active Directory.
attribute level permissions
An Active Directory object that represents a physical computer that is a member of the domain.
computer account
An object that is used to organize related objects within the Active Directory hiearchy. ________ objects can consist of other child containers or leaf objects, such as organizational units.
container
An Active Directory MMC tool that guides you through the process of determining the permissions that you want to delegate, and then configures the permissions for the object and child objects.
Delegation of Control Wizard
A group that is only used for an e-mail distribution list.
distribution group
Can only be assigned permissions to a resource available in the domain in which it is created. However, group membership can come from any domain within the forest. Created on domain controllers within the domain.
domain local group
A group that is mainly used for organizing other objects into administrative units. A clobal group has the ability to be assigned permissions to any resource in any domain within the forest. The main limitation of a global group is that it can only contain members of the same domain in which it is created.
global group
A container object that is used to organize a collection of users, computers, contacts, or other groups into a single object reference.
group
An object that represents resources within a selected domain. ________ objects are stored within a container, and cannot contain other objects, for example user or group objects.
leaf
Can only be assigned permissions to a resource available on the local machine in which it is created.
local group
Domains consisting of Windows 2000 domain controllers and Windows NT backup domain controllers (BDCs)
mixed mode
Domains consisting of Windows 2000 domain controllers only. No Windows NT BDCs exist in the domain.
native mode
Define which types of objects a user or group can view, create, delete, or modify within Active Directory.
object-level permissions
The initial change to the Active Directory database performed on a specific domain controller. e.g., creating a user.
originating update
A logical container that can contain other objects such as users, groups, computers, published resources, or other OUs.
organizational unit (OU)
An update to the Active Directory databbase that has been copied from another domain controller.
replicated update
The time that it takes to replicate an Active Directory update to another domain controller.
replication latency
A file that includes various commands to automate routine operations.
script
The local directory service that stores user and group information for standalone Windows NT and 2000 computers.
security accounts manager (SAM) database
A group that can be used to define permission on a resource object.
security group
Can be assigned permissions to any resource in any domain within the forest. _________ ________ can consist of any user or group object except for local groups.
universal group
The immediate replication that takes place when any changes that are made to the Active Directory database are considered security sensitive, such as account lockouts.
urgent replication
An object that is stored in Active Directory that represents all of the information that defines a physical user who has access permissions to the network.
user account
Consists of the user logon name and a domain name identifying the domain in which the user account is located.
user principal name (UPN)