Assess the Impact on Access Controls for a Regulatory Case Study Learning Objectives and Outcomes

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Week 1 Lab Part 1: Assess the Impact on Access Controls for a Regulatory Case Study
Learning Objectives and Outcomes
Upon completing this lab, students will be able to complete the following tasks: 1. Configure user accounts and access controls in a Windows Server according to role-based access implementation 2. Configure user account credentials as defined policy, and access right permissions for each user 3. Create and administer Group Policy Objects for the management of Windows Active Directory Domain machines within the IT infrastructure 4. Apply the correct Group Policy Object definitions per requirements defined by policies and access right permissions for users 5. Assign and manage access privileges as
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What are the least permissions that you need in order to view the contents of a folder? The least permission that you need in order to view the contents of a folder is read permission. 5. What are other available Password Policy options that could be enforce to improve security? Password policy options to enforce are password history, password length, password age. 6. Is using the option to ‘Store passwords using reversible encryption’ a good security practice? Why or why not? When should you enable the option to ‘Store passwords using reversible encryption’? Using the option to store passwords using reversible encryption is not a good practice. 7. What’s the difference between a Local Group Policy and a Domain Group Policy? The difference between local and domain group policy is local address physical logging into a specific machine where as the domain is a particular server. 8. In what order are all available Group Policies applied? The order in which all available group policies is applied is local, site, domain, and organizational units. 9. What is an Administrative Template as it refers to Windows Group Policy Objects? An administrative template as it refers to windows group policy object is 10. What is the GPMC? GPMC is the group policy management console which is a utility used to create, edit, and manage AD GPOs.

Week 1 Lab Part 2: Design Infrastructure Access Controls for a Network

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