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CHAPTER 8 CONFIGURING THE USER AND COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT USING GROUP POLICY

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CHAPTER 8 CONFIGURING THE USER AND COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT USING GROUP POLICY KEY TERMS

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5.A SUBCATEGORY OF THE LOCAL POLICIES SETTING AREA OF A GROUP POLICY OBJECT THAT INCLUDES SETTINGS FOR ITEMS THAT PERTAIN TO RIGHTS NEEDED BY USERS TO PERFORM SYSTEM-RELATED TASKS.
8.GROUP POLICY SETTING THAT INDICATES THE NUMBER OF PASSWORDS THAT ACTIVE DIRECTORY SHOULD RETAIN IN MEMORY BEFORE ALLOWING SOMEONE TO REUSE A PREVIOUSLY USED PASSWORD.
9.SETTING THAT TRIGGERS AN EVENT THAT IS WRITTEN BASED ON CHANGES TO ACCOOUNT PROPERTIES AND GROUP PROPERTIES.
10.FOR DOMAIN ACCOUNTS ONLY, THIS POLICY ENABLES ADMINISTRATORS TO CONFIGURE SETTINGS THAT GOVERN HOW ACTIVE DIRECTORY AUTHENTICATION FUNCTIONS.
12.USED TO ISSUE KERBEROS TICKETS TO USERS FOR DOMAIN ACCESS.
17.A NEW OBJECT TYPE IN WINDOWS SERVER 2008 THAT ENABLES THE USE OF FINE-GRAINED PASSWORD POLICIES.
18.SETTING THAT LOGS EVENTS RELATED TO SUCCESSFUL USER LOGONS TO A DOMAIN.
20.POLICIES THAT ENABLE ADMINISTRATORS TO SET USER PRIVILEGES ON THE LOCAL COMPUTER THAT GOVERN WHAT USERS CAN DO ON THE COMPUTER AND DETERMINE IF THESE ACTIONS ARE TRACKED WITHIN AN EVENT LOG.
21.THE CATEGORY THAT IS USED TO CONFIGURE THE STARTUP AND SECURITY SETTINGS FOR SERVICES RUNNING ON A COMPUTER.
22.AN ADMINISTRATIVE TEMPLATE SETTING THAT CONTINUES TO APPLY UNTIL IT IS REVERSED USING A POLICY THAT OVERWRITES THE SETTING.
23.A SUBCATEGORY OF THE LOCAL POLICIES SETTING AREA OF A GROUP POLICY OBJECT THAT INCLUDES SECURITY SETTINGS RELATED TO INTERACTIVE LOG ON, DIGITAL SIGNING OF DATA, RESTRICTIONS FOR ACCESS TO FLOPPY AND CD-ROM DRIVES, UNSIGNED DRIVER INSTALLATION BEHAVIOR, AND LOGON DIALOG BOX BEHAVIOR.
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1.A SETTING THAT LIMITS THE AMOUNT OF SPACE AVAILABLE ON THE SERVER FOR USER DATA.
2.TRACKING EVENTS THAT TAKE PLACE ON THE LOCAL COMPUTER.
3.A POLICY THAT CAN BE APPLIED TO ONE OR MORE USERS OR GROUPS OF USERS, ALLOWING THE ADMINISTRATOR TO SPECIFY A MORE OR LESS STRINGENT PASSWORD POLICY DEFINED FOR THE ENTIRE DOMAIN.
4.A NEW OBJECT TYPE IN WINDOWS SERVER 2008 THAT ENABLES THE USE OF FINE-GRAINED PASSWORD POLICIES. ALSO KNOWN AS A PASSWORD SETTINGS OBJECT (PSO).
6.A SUBCATEGORY IN THE ACCOUNT POLICIES CATEGORY THAT SPECIFIES THE NUMBER OF UNSUCCESSFUL LOGON ATTEMPTS THAT, IF MADE WITHIN A CONTIGUOUS TIMEFRAME, MIGHT CONSTITUTE A POTENTIAL SECURITY THREAT FROM AN INTRUDER.
7.BY DEFAULT, THIS POLICY IS SET TO AUDIT SUCCESSES IN THE DEFAULT DOMAIN CONTROLLERS GPO.
9.THE SECTION OF GPO LOCAL POLICIES THAT ENALBES ADMINISTRATORS TO LOG SUCCESSFUL AND FAILED SECURITY EVENTS, SUCH AS LOGON EVENTS, ACCOUNT ACCESS, AND OBJECT ACCESS.
11.THE AVAILABLE PERIOD THAT EACH BACKGROUND REFRESH PROCESS THAT CAN BE SET TO RANGES FROM 0 TO 64,800 MINUTES (45 DAYS).
13.A SUBCATEGORY IN THE ACCOUNT POLICIES CATEGORY THAT ENFORCES PASSWORD LENGTH, PASSWORD HISTORY, AND SO ON.
14.THIS SETTING LOGS EVENTS RELATED TO SUCCESSFUL USER LOGONS ON A COMPUTER.
15.POLICY SETTING THAT ENABLES AN ADMINISTRATOR TO SPECIFY GROUP MEMBERSHIP LISTS.
16.A SEPARATE GROUP POLICY CATEGORY THAT CAN ALLOW FILES TO BE AVAILABLE TO USERS, EVEN WHEN USERS ARE DISCONNECTED FROM THE NETWORK.
19.A COMMAND-LINE TOOL USED TO FORCE A MANUAL GROUP POLICY REFRESH.

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