Windows Server 2012 R2 Creating Active Directory Objects And Linking a Group Policy Object…

In today’s video we will have a quick look at how to create some of the
common Active Directory objects such as users, groups and organizational
units in Windows Server 2012 R2. We will also view how to create and
link a Group Policy Object (GPO) to our AD objects so as to modify
permissions and change their Windows experience.

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Transcript (machine generated so it contains errors)

Hello and welcome back arm were basically going to show you how to setup
active directory objects or create them and were gone are have a look at
doing group policy objects on the okay are apologise were running a
little bit slow on this computer. Today a is the property system,
putting up the background get administrative tasks. There we go. Click
on active directory users and computers should take a very very very
very short time overhears thing in the longer are we have two of them
open #okay, basically when you set of active directory, you would have
your domain name over a year of 81 have all this after a year you have
built-in computers domain controllers would have up the foreign security
principles lost and found managed service accounts. North America
wouldn’t be there. The program data of South America. Your system of
users and to the escort as TPM was yes are right. These are the users
that are built are with the system incredible system. These are built in
groups as well. Okay,” said as well. Okay, how do we create an OU and
organisational unit, which is the folder within which you can store
other organisational units. You can store like computers users. All
these things. Okay, so let’s just click a year unless the new one, and
new organisational unit is new K. There we go. Click this box. It just
make sure you you don’t delete it as easy okay where you just click a
thing. And personally, but has gone okay year a few more steps have
called this test get buried and we have an organisational unit. Create
another organisational unit with the family. Okay, this shall be okay be
test just to show hierarchy okay, so that’s a parent test that AV test
okay, and within baby test, we can create a new computer user uses are
quite helpful. Okay, let’s give a name test test. Okay, you fill all
these details and then give the users logon name, go ahead, you give a
password taken again. Obviously you Wanna click this so basically your
password will not be the same thing used by the user. The has changed
obviously an account disabled if you want a car like lock them out and
down temporarily or permanently, you can do that user not change
password if you want to as well. Click click finish we have a user
within okay, let’s create a new computer okay computer name test
computer okay, that’s fine we have a computer okay we could go ahead and
to a printer or shared folder and all I could groups are quite useful
okay group name test group okay global security based on the service and
in the security level want to have universal, so it’s all over global
okay or domain, which is just for this domain. Okay local security
illustration as well. Okay arm we were global click happy now if I
wanted the sets and permissions group policy objects. GPO is on shall we
say words that test to eating, drinking, having created has disappeared
somewhere. Okay there we get our weird weird switch to the screen behind
that’s a good thing. The lesson okay, fair enough Test with a baby test
back on our right what I want to do. Let’s shut that down, let’s go to
administrative tools. Sorry for the delay in the middle okay. We are a
group policy management had you had a quick thing onto it. Okay, we have
test you could add it to all of them. Or you could add to baby test okay
don’t forget there is hierarchy going down. So if you did over there and
you did allow inheritance members of the baby test organisational unit.
For example, the username, the group grid will get the same properties
of the over year GPO in this domain and link it here. Okay, baby test
CPR IRA happy. Click on edit if you wanted to add a property something
very very simple. Okay, user configurations, policies of the bigger
okay, let’s go to Windows setting trigger administrative templates, list
desktop and let’s for example, say you didn’t want user which we had as
a case, could you skill your baby test okay if you didn’t want the user
test one. For example, to have the recycle bin on his desktop when he
started his computer logged on, you would just do it over here, you
click on that. In a minute gap is quite slow operating background, said
he click unable for that click okay and the next time that user logs
into this domain, they would find that they do not have the recycle bin
on the desktop that they would not be there more okay, I thank you for


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