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(Windows 2008 Server: Lesson 5)

{ Creating Groups and using dsquery}


Section 0. Background Information
Section 1. Login to your W2K8 server.
  1. Start your Windows 2008 Server
    • Instructions
      1. Click on W2K8 Server
      2. Click on Play virtual machine

     

  2. CRTL + ALT + DELETE
    • Instructions
      1. Virtual Machine
      2. Send Ctrl+Alt+Del

     

  3. Login as Administrator
    • Click on the Administrator icon.

     

  4. Login
    • Command: Provide the password for the Administrator account.

     

Section 2. Launching  Active Directory Users and Computers
  1. Launch Active Directory Users and Computers
    • Instructions:
      1. Start --> Administrative Tools --> Active Directory Users and Computers

 

Section 3. Create Group "PUBLIC"
  1. Create a New Group
    • Instructions:
      1. Right Click on User
      2. New --> Group

     

  2. Name the New Group
    • Instructions:
      1. Group name: Public
      2. Group name (pre-Windows 2000): Public
      3. Group scope: Global
      4. Group Type: Security
      5. Click Next

     

  3. Configure Group Properties
    • Instructions:
      1. Right Click on Public
      2. Click Properties

     

  4. Finishing the User Creation Process
    • Instructions:
      1. Click the Members tab
      2. Click the Add Button

     

  5. Add Users to Group
    • Instructions:
      1. In the Text Box type "Boss" and Click the Check Names Button.
      2. In the Text Box type "Team" and Click the Check Names Button.
      3. In the Text Box type "Worker" and Click the Check Names Button.
      4. Click OK

     

  6. Verify Results
    • Instructions:
      1. Click OK

 

 

Section 4. Create Group "SECRET"
  1. Create a New Group
    • Instructions:
      1. Right Click on User
      2. New --> Group

     

  2. Name the New Group
    • Instructions:
      1. Group name: SECRET
      2. Group name (pre-Windows 2000): SECRET
      3. Group scope: Global
      4. Group Type: Security
      5. Click Next

     

  3. Configure Group Properties
    • Instructions:
      1. Right Click on SECRET
      2. Click Properties

     

  4. Finishing the User Creation Process
    • Instructions:
      1. Click the Members tab
      2. Click the Add Button

     

  5. Add Users to Group
    • Instructions:
      1. In the Text Box type "Boss" and Click the Check Names Button.
      2. In the Text Box type "Team" and Click the Check Names Button.
      3. Click OK

     

  6. Verify Results
    • Instructions:
      1. Click OK

 

 

Section 5. Create Group "TOP SECRET"
  1. Create a New Group
    • Instructions:
      1. Right Click on User
      2. New --> Group

     

  2. Name the New Group
    • Instructions:
      1. Group name: TOP SECRET
      2. Group name (pre-Windows 2000): TOP SECRET
      3. Group scope: Global
      4. Group Type: Security
      5. Click Next

     

  3. Configure Group Properties
    • Instructions:
      1. Right Click on TOP SECRET
      2. Click Properties

     

  4. Finishing the User Creation Process
    • Instructions:
      1. Click the Members tab
      2. Click the Add Button

     

  5. Add Users to Group
    • Instructions:
      1. In the Text Box type "Boss" and Click the Check Names Button.
      2. Click OK

     

  6. Verify Results
    • Instructions:
      1. Click OK

     

Section 6. Proof of Lab
  1. Start Up the Command Prompt
    • Instructions
      1. Start --> Command Prompt

     

  2. Create a New User
    • Instructions:
      1. dsquery group
        • dsquery is an active directory command that lets you query for various active directory objects, including users.
      2. Type "date", hit enter twice
      3. echo "Your Name", where "Your Name" is your actual name.
    • Proof of Lab
      1. Press the PrtScn Button
      2. Paste into a Word Document
      3. Upload to Moodle 


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