SIIT's Operating Systems class Windows Server 2003
A group that is only used for e-mail.
The level at which a Windows Server 2003 domain is configured, such as Windows 2000 mixed mode, Windows 2000 native mode, or Windows Server 2003
Domain Functional Level
A group that can only be assigned permission 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 global group can be assigned permissions to any resources 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.
A container object that is used to organize a collection of users, computers, contacts, or other groups into a single object reference.
A group that can be used to define permission on a resource object.
A group that can be assigned permissions to any resource in any domain within the forest. These groups can consist of ANY user group object except for local groups.
The default domain function level for a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory domain. Supports Windows NT Server 4.0, Windows 2000 Server, and Windows Server 2003 domain controllers
Windows 2000 mixed
A domain functional level that suports both Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 domain controllers.
Windows 2000 native
A domain function level that supports Windows Server 2003 domain controllers only.
Windows 2003 Server
This change is supported as long as the global group is not a member of any other global groups.
Global to Universal
This change is supported as long as the domain local group does not have any other domain local groups as members.
Domain local to Universal
This change is supported as long as the universal gropu does not have any other universal groups as a member.
Universal to global
This change is supported as long as the universal group is not a member of any other universal groups.