Operating Systems Windows Server 2003 Chapter 3

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Operating Systems Windows Server 2003 Chapter 3
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  1. An active directory MMC tool that allows you to create various objects such as OUs, user accounts, groups, computers, and contacts.
    Active Directory Users and Computers
  2. The process by which a user's identity is validated, which is subsequently used to grand or deny access to network resources.
    authentication
  3. A command-line utility that can be used to import and export data to and from Active Directory in a comma-separated file format.
    CSVDE
  4. An operating system running Windows NT 4.0 or earlier.
    down-level operating system
  5. A command-line utility used to add objects to Active Directory
    DSADD
  6. A command-line utility used to modify Active Directory objects.
    DSMOD
  7. A command-line utility used to move or rename Active Directory objects.
    DSMOVE
  8. A command-line utility used to delete Active Directory objects.
    DSRM
  9. Enables the centralized management of user desktop settings, desktop and domain security, and the deployment and management of software throughout your network.
    Group Policy
  10. The process by which a user provides their user name and password to be authenticated from the Log On to Windows dialog box.
    interactive authentication
  11. The primary authentication protocol used in Active Directory domain environments.
    Kerberos version 5 (Kerberos v5)
  12. An Active Directory domain controller that stores the directory database containing all users and passwords.
    Key Distribution Center (KDC)
  13. A command-line utility that can be used to import and export data to and from Active Directory using the LDAP Interchange Format File format.
    LDIFDE
  14. A user profile stored on a particular computer that doesn't follow a user across the network.
    local profile
  15. A user profile with settings that are not changed when a user logs off.
    mandatory profile
  16. The process by which a network resource or service confirms the identity of a user.
    network authentication
  17. The challenge-response protocol that is used for authentication purposes with operating systems running Windows NT 4.0 or earlier.
    NT LAN Manager (NTLM)
  18. A user profile stored on a centralized server that follows a user across a network.
    roaming profile
  19. A kerberos ticket granted by a KDC allowing a client to gain access to a network resource or service.
    service ticket
  20. A ticket passed to a client system by the KDC once successful authentication occurs.
    ticket-granting ticket (TGT)
  21. 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
  22. A special user account configured with settings that can be copied in order to simplify the creation of user accounts with common settings.
    user account template
  23. The desktop and environment settings associated with a particular user account.
    user profile

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