objective 1a.txt

  1. p2p networks, no centralized control
  2. client/server network, controlled from central point
  3. a list that organizes resources and associates with their characteristics
  4. stores information about all network resources across a domain
    active directory
  5. groupings of objects based on how they logically function together
    logical structure
  6. logical network resources such as users, printers,groups ect. and their attributes
  7. everything stored in active directory is stored as an
  8. objects that can hold other objects
    container objects
  9. lists the definitions of all object types that can be created in the active directory and info thats stored about them.
  10. a container object to organize your domainand build a hierarchical domain structure
    OU orgainizational unit
  11. a group of users,servers and other resources that share a centralized database of account and security information
  12. access to a domains objects is controlled by an
    access control list (ACL)
  13. Active directory allows the organization of multiple domains hierarchically in a __ structure
  14. the collection of one or more domain trees
  15. defines how the domains are physically connected or structured to each other (WAN,LAN)
    physical structure
  16. maps the physical structure of the network
  17. a copy of the active directory database is stored here, organized entire domain, authenticates users, enforces policies, and replication
    domain controller
  18. includes active directory objects from all domains in a forest, stores a full replica of every object within its own domain
    Global catalog server (GCS)
  19. a server not configured as a domain controller, provides shared resources
    member server
  20. computer that has an account in active directory, runs users desktop enviroment
    domain client
  21. relationship between 2 domains in which one domain allows another to authenticate is users and access resources
    trust relationship
  22. one domain allows access to users on another but they are not bi-directional
    one-way trust
  23. 2 domains are trusted and trusting each other, allowing one to have access to objects in the other
    two-way trust
  24. trust relationship strictly between the two domains specified and goes no further
    non-transitive trust
  25. trust relationship between two comains that is able to extend to other domains
    transitive trust
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objective 1a.txt
3d0x2 block 2 objective 1a