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comment How does Microsoft Active Directory handle user authentication?
...they want me to compare some processes with e.g. Microsoft-like strategies, to enhance the difficulty level a bit :-)
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accepted How does Microsoft Active Directory handle user authentication?
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comment How does Microsoft Active Directory handle user authentication?
well, the exam is major depending on linux machines :-) thank you anyway.
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comment How does Microsoft Active Directory handle user authentication?
great work uSlackr, thanks! Cite: "during a domain logon, the LSA on a domain controller validates the user. The LSA evaluates the user's credentials to determine if the logon should be processed as a logon to a local account or a logon to a domain account."
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asked How does Microsoft Active Directory handle user authentication?
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comment as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
that would be fine. but if I would do it by using domain groups, every member in that group could administrate every computer having it added to the local admin group. The sense behind "every machine's administrator password shall be different from the other's" is not to allow everybody to administrate each employees machine
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accepted as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
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comment as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
and why didn't you start your own thread for that question instead of answering mine without any relation to it?
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answered as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
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comment as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname
sure, but I can not use a shared domain account (which could be in the local group of administrators), because every machine's administrator password shall be different from the other's
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asked as a domain member, 'run with administrative privileges' always asks for hostname