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Comma-Separated Value Directory Exchange
The command line utility used to import or export Active Directory information from a comma-separated value (.csv) file.
Comma-Separated Values
Format that contains a comma between each value. The CSV format can be used to import and export information from other third-party applications
LDAP Data Interchange Format
The format for the data file containing the object records to be created.
LDAP Data Interchange Format Directory Exchange
A command-line utility used to import or export Active Directory information and create, modify, and delete Active Directory objects.
Security Account Manager
A database containing userr accounts and security information that is located on a server.
Windows Script Host
Allows scripts to be run from a Windows desktop or a command prompt. The runtime programs provided to do this are WScript.exe and CScript.exe, respectively.
access token
Created when a user logs on, this value identifies the user and all of the user's group memberships. Like a club membership card, it verifies a user's permissions when the user attempts to access a local or network resource.
Anonymous Logon
Special identity that refers to users who have not supplied a username and password.
To gain access to the network, prospective network users must identify themselves to a network using specific user accounts.
The process of confirming a user's identity using a known value, such as a password, a pin number on a smart card, or, in the case of biometric authentication, the user's fingerprint or hand print.
The process of confirming that an authenticated user has the correct permissions to access one or more network resources.
batch file
Files, typically configured with either a .bat extension or a .cmd extension, that can be used to automate many routine or repetitive tasks.
built-in user accounts
The accounts automatically created when Microsoft Windows Server 2008 is installed. By default, two built-in user accounts are created on a Windows Server 2008 computer: the Administrator account and the Guest account.
distribution group
Non-security-related groups created for the distribution of information to one or more persons.
domain account
The accounts used to access Active Directory or network-based resources, such as shared folders or printers.
domain local group
A group used to assign permissions to resources that reside only in the same domain as the domain local group. They can contain user accounts, computer accounts, global groups, and universal groups from any domain, in addition to other domain local groups from the same domain.
A command-line tool used to create, delete, view, and modify Active Directory objects, including users, groups and Organizational Units.
A special identity group that contains all authenticated users and domain guests.
global group
A group used to grant or deny permissions to any resource located in any domain in the forest. Global groups can contain user accounts, computer accounts, and/or other global groups only from within the same domain as the global group.
A collection of user or computer accounts that is used to simplify the assignment of permissions to network resources.
group nesting
The process of configuring one or more groups as members of another group.
group scope
Group characteristic that controls which objects the group can contain, limiting the objects to the same domain or permitting objects from remote domains as well, and controls the location in the domain or forest where the group can be used.
group type
Group characteristic that defines how a group is to be used within Active Directory.
header record
The first line of the imported or exported text file that uses proper attribute names.
local account
The accounts used to access the local computer only. They are stored in the local Security Account Manager (SAM) database on the computer where they reside. Local accounts are never replicated to other computers, not do these accounts have domain access.
local group
A collection of user accounts that are local to one specific workstation or member server. Local groups are created in the security database of a local computer and are not replicated to Active Directory or to any other computers on the network.
An object placed inside another object of the same type.
nested membership
When a group is placed in a second group, the members of the first group become members of the second group.
SAM account name
Each user's login name--the portion to the left of the '@' within a User Principle Name. The SAM account name must be unique across a domain.
security group
Security-related groups created for purposes of granting resource access permissions to multiple users.
special identity group
Group used to define permission assignments. Adminitrators cannot manually modify the group membership of special identity groups, nor can they view their membership lists.