Project #42191 - Windows Server Discussion Questions

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#1Answer in AT LEAST 200 words:

How can objects be hidden from users? Why would you want to hide these objects?

 

#2 Reply to other classmates response to the question #1 (Say you agree or disagree and elaborate on the response):

The Active Directory (AD) allows administrators, groups, and computers to have certain security privileges. On a default AD permission of making a  task specific of data or objects visible to those who users who need to see it can be complicated. This is why data hiding option is based on a special AD permission feature called List Mode or confidentially bit.

You can hide objects or data basically by going into settings and do this. In an Organizational Unit (OU) a user must have at least the List Mode contents permission on the OU. The AD as I mention have certain security principals that will authenticate the users, to grant the read permission on a newly created OU.

Users will hide these objects especially in businesses because of security reasons so only those who has the authority can view these data or objects. In file sharing only those who have that access can read the file for confidentiality purposes from hackers who would tried and read files sent on file sharing.

Replication also plays a part in AD, it is available on multiple servers when a single server fail, clients can contact a server with duplicate services and information.

 

#3  Reply to other classmates response to the question #1 (Say you agree or disagree and elaborate on the response):

You can hide objects from users by selecting certain options and to not occupy space in the form layout when the section is hidden, you can apply the Hidden (Exclude from Layout] option to the sub form that contains the various objects in the section so that the form layout adjusts as needed.  You can also apply the Invisible option to the text field objects used for gathering credit card information so that they remain invisible until the user selects a Radio button that indicates the credit card type.

 

If you would want to hide these objects because you can make data in Active Directory (AD) visible only to those who need to see it. Hiding data allows delegated administration of users, groups, or computers to any security principal, so that many daily operational tasks don't need to be performed by domain administrators. Hiding data in AD by using normal AD permissions is one option.   OU can also hide sensitive domain objects from particular users. This is done by creating an OU for those domain objects that will be hidden or that the user does not want everyone to view, then assigning only those users that should be allowed to give these objects the necessary permissions.  After the appropriate permissions are configured for the OU, move the sensitive Active Directory objects to the OU.

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