Administering Windows 2003 – MCSE 70-290

Posted by on Monday 19 Mar 2007

In this section, you learned:

  • What groups are
  • How to best use groups
  • Group scopes
  • Best practices for group naming
  • How to create groups
  • How to manage group membership
  • Strategies for using groups
  • The default groups and their uses

Practice Exercises

1. Create a new group named “GAccounting.”

2. Add several users to this group.

3. Delete one of the GAccounting group members.

4. Add users to several of the default groups.

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