Presentation on theme: "Establishing an OU Hierarchy for Managing and Securing Clients Base design on business and IT needs Split hierarchy Separate user and computer OUs Simplifies."— Presentation transcript:
Establishing an OU Hierarchy for Managing and Securing Clients Base design on business and IT needs Split hierarchy Separate user and computer OUs Simplifies security management issues Apply appropriate policy settings to each OU Root Domain Department OU Domain Controller OU Secured XP Users OU Windows XP OU Desktop OU Laptop OU
How to Apply Security Templates and Administrative Templates Root Domain Department OU Domain Controller OU Secured XP Users OU Windows XP OU Desktop OU Laptop OU Enterprise Client Domain.inf Domain Policy Secured XP Users Policy Enterprise Client Desktop.inf Enterprise Client Laptop.inf Laptop Policy Desktop Policy
How Software Restriction Works Define policy for domain using Group Policy Editor Policy is downloaded by Group Policy to machine Enforced by operating system when software is run 1 2 3
A Role-Based OU Hierarchy An OU hierarchy based on server roles Simplifies security management issues Applies security policy settings to servers and other objects in each OU Domain Policy Domain Domain Engineering Member Server Baseline Policy Member Servers Domain Controllers Domain Controller Policy Print Server Policy File Server Policy IIS Server Policy Print Servers File Servers Web Servers Operations Admin Web Service Admin
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