Active Directory Tools Support

Active Directory Tools Support

 

Active Directory Tools Support

Active Directory Tools is functioning as a directory service that stores network configurations both user, group, computer, hardware, and various security policies in one centralized database. The role of Active Directory Tools in the network can be likened to a telephone book, which stores address lists and important information to identify various objects in the network. The main role of Active Directory Tools is to provide a means to centrally administer the network at both the domain and cross domain level, as long as the inter-domain is still in one forest.

AD presence makes it easier for administrators to manage networks so that there is no need for a physical presence of administrators, because configuration of users, groups, and computers can be done remotely. Active Directory / Active Directory is a directory service owned by Microsoft network operating systems such as Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2012. Active Directory Tools consist of databases and directory services.

The database that is owned by Active Directory stores all the resources contained in the network, such as computers that have been joined to a domain, a list of user accounts and groups of users, shared folders, and others. Meanwhile, the directory services that they have make the information stored in the database can be accessed by users and applications.

Microsoft Active Directory Tools

Active Directory is actually an implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) protocol. Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed database system that is used for searching computer names (name resolution) on networks that use TCP / IP (Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol). DNS is commonly used on applications connected to the Internet such as web browsers or e-mail, where DNS helps map the host name of a computer to an IP address.

Active Directory Tools

A part from being used on the Internet, DNS can also be implemented to a private network or intranet. DNS can be likened to its function with a telephone book. Where each computer on the Internet network has a host name (computer name) and Internet Protocol (IP) address. In general, each client that will connect one computer to another, will use the host name.

Then your computer will contact the DNS server to check the host name you requested, what is the IP address. This IP address is used to connect your computer to other computers. Active Directory Management Tools is a directory service that stores network configurations both user, group, computer, hardware, and various security policies in one centralized database. The role of Active Directory in a network can be likened to a telephone, which stores address lists in important information to identify various objects in the network.

Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Tools

Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Management Tools has 5 Active Directory features compared to previous versions, each of which has a role in increasing Active Directory, namely :

  • Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS)
  • Active Directory Certificate Services (ADCS)
  • Active Directory Right Management Services (ADRMS)
  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
  • Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (ADLDS).

Active Directory Domain Services

Active Directory Domain Services facilities play an important role in the Windows Server 2008 operating system, also can provide a security access security that is managed in a sophisticated infrastructure. ADDS provides a distribution database that stores and manages information about the network and applications used. Active Directory User and Computer facilities have a role to give users access to network resources, so users and groups must be created for each user.

Windows Server 2008 recognizes a user and the rights he has based on the user and group that he has created. By default, the computer will provide two user accounts and several group accounts. The user accounts provided are user administrators and guest users. Some accounts can be combined in one group which functions to group accounts into a certain group according to the rights granted.

Active Directory is a directory service that is owned by the Microsoft Windows server 2000 network operating system, Windows server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. Active Directory consists of databases and directory services. The database that is owned by Active Directory stores all the resources contained in the network, such as computers that have been joined to a domain, a list of user accounts and groups of users, shared folders, and others. Meanwhile, the directory services that they have make the information stored in the database can be accessed by users and applications from wiki.

Active Directory is actually an implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) protocol. LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a software protocol to allow everyone to search for organizational, individual and other resources, such as files or printers on the network either on the internet or intranet. The LDAP protocol forms a directory that contains tree hierarchies that have branches, ranging from countries (countries), organizations, departments to individuals. By using LDAP, someone can search for information about other people without knowing the location of the person to be searched for Active Directory Tools.

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