Tag Archives: Active Directory Objects

What is Active Directory?

Large organizations depend on Windows Active Directory (AD) to maintain order in the chaos that is managing users, computers, permissions, and file servers. The¬†sheer number of articles available on the internet can disconcert beginners and make AD management seem more confusing than it actually is. This article¬†aims to demystify AD for the dummies. Read more  

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Active Directory Objects

Real-world entities such as users, computers are represented as objects in Active Directory. Objects are the fulcrum for the very existence of Active Directory. One important aspect with respect to object characteristics is that some of the objects can contain other objects. On a broader sense, objects that contain other objects are container objects while others are just leaf objects.
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Active Directory Fundamentals

Every day you walk into your organization, access numerous resources like files, printers and many more. Have you ever thought about the process that goes behind all these? Have you ever thought about how your identity is verified and you are given access to the resources? It is the Active Directory service which does all this.

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