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IT 160 Final Lab Project – Chad Brown (VM37

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1. Create the following OUs in Active Directory        HQ Seattle Denver Accounting Marketing Research and Development Manufacturing Information Technology

Fig 1.1 – OUs made in Active Directory Users and Computers 2. Create the following Groups: Group Name Accountants Sales IT Managers OU Accounting Marketing Information Technology HQ Seattle Group Scope/Type Global/Security Global/Security Global/Security Global/Security Description Accounting Managers and Staff Sales Managers and Representatives IT Managers and Staff Corporate Managers

Fig 2.1 – Managers Group inside the HQ Seattle.

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Fig 2.2 – IT Group in Information Technology OU.

Fig 2.3 – Sales group inside the Marketing OU.

Fig 2.4 – Accountants Group inside the Accounting OU. 3. Create and share the following Shared folders and publish them in Active Directory: Folder E:\Profiles OU Share Name Share Permissions Domain Users Full Control (remove all other groups NTFS Permissions Domain Users Full Control (remove all other users 2

Information Profiles Technology

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E:\SharedData\Managers HQ Seattle ManagersData and users) Domain Users Full control (remove all others) Domain Users Full Control (remove all others) Domain Users Full control, remove all others and groups.) Managers Full Control (remove all others) Accounting Full Control, Managers Read, remove all others Sales Full control, Managers read, remove all others.

E:\SharedData\Accounting Accounting

AccountingData

E:\SharedData\Sales

Marketing

SalesData

Fig 3.1 – Accounting Permissions

Fig 3.2 – Accounting Permissions cont.

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Fig 3.3 – Managers Permissions

Fig 3.4 – Managers permissions cont.

Fig 3.5 – Sales permissions 4

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Fig 3.6 – Sales permissions cont.

Fig 3.7 – Sales permissions cont.

Fig 3.8 – Profiles permissions 4. Create the following user accounts in the appropriate OUs, and make each user a member of the appropriate group or groups. Create a roaming profile for each user account in the \\Student01\Profiles shared folder. Put each user’s profile in a subdirectory with the same name as the user account. Consider using the %USERNAME% system variable to accomplish this task. User Username Title OU Group(s) 5

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Pete Short Steve Smith Mike Calhoun Robert Jones Nancy Yates Mike Cook Pam Rhodes John Spencer Colleen Green Bill Tracy PeteS SteveS MikeCA RobertJ NancyY MikeC PamR JohnS ColleenG BillT Senior Server Administrator Help Desk Administrator IT Manager Accounting Manager Accountant Accountant District Manager Sales Manager Sales Representative Sales Representative Information Technology Information Technology Information Technology Accounting Accounting Accounting HQ Seattle Marketing Marketing Marketing IT IT IT, Managers Accounting, Managers Accounting Accounting Sales, Managers Sales, Managers Sales Sales

Fig 4.1 – Roaming Profile Location – All roaming profiles set.

Fig 4.2 – Marketing OU and Users, all configured to proper groups.

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Fig 4.3 – IT OU and Users, all configured to proper groups.

Fig 4.4 – HQ Seattle OU and Users, configured to proper group.

Fig 4.5 – Accounting OU and Users, configured to proper groups. 5. Create a Raid 5 Volume using approximately 2GB of space from each hard disk in the computer.

Fig 5.1 – Creating a 2GB Raid-5 volume 6. Create a Mirrored volume using the remaining space on disk 1 and disk 2. 7

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Fig 6.1 – Making a 6GB Mirrored volume 7. Defragment the C: and D: drives on the computer.

Fig 7.1 – 0% Fragmentation after successful defrag. 8. Configure file compression on the Mirrored Volume.

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Fig 8.1 – Configuring file compression for the Mirrored Volume. 9. Configure Disk Quotas on the E: volume, and limit each user to 100 MB of disk space.

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Fig 9.1 – Configuring Disk Quotas with the Raid-5 volume. 10. Create a DFS share on Server01 named Corp. Create a new folder named DFS in the root of the D: drive to host this DFS share. Create DFS Links to the managers, accounting and sales shared folders.

Fig 10.1 – DFS share created and linked to Managers, Accounting, and Sales Folders. 11. Create and share a printer on server01. Use the Generic Text Driver, and use the LPT1: port. Be sure to skip printing a test page, since the printer does not actually exist! Name the printer Classroom, publish it in Active Directory, and give it a location of TC 118.

Fig 11.1 – Shared printer. 12. Configure Terminal services on server01, and allow any member of the managers group to connect to the terminal services computer.

Fig 12.1 – “Terminal Services” AKA Remote Desktop installed and configured for use by the Managers group. 13. Delegate control of the Marketing, OU to the sales manager. Delegate control of the Accounting OU to the Accounting manager. Ensure that Pete Short can manage anything in the Domain01 domain. Ensure that Steve Smith can reset user passwords, and unlock locked user accounts. 10

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Fig 13.1 – Marketing Delegation

Fig 13.2 – Accounting Delegation

Fig 13.3 – Domain Delegation

Fig 13.4 – Steve Smith Delegation 14.Disable any services that are not being used on Server01.

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Fig 14.1 – Changed services for the server. 15. Use System monitor to create a baseline of server performance on Server01.

Fig 15.1 – Baseline of the server. 16. Enable shadow copies on the Mirrored volume. Install the previous versions client software on your server. 12

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Fig 16.1 – Shadow Copy of the F:\ Drive.

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Fig 16.2 – Installing the Previous Version. 17. Set up User Home directory share on the server under C: drive, such as C:\Homes. Make this home folder hidden such that it does not show on the object browser. These home folders should be automatically created when the user’s account is created. Set appropriate permissions.

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Fig 17.1 – Home folder and directories.

Fig 17.2 – Permissions for the Home folder. 18. The business has decided to enforce the following Group Policy settings which you need to implement – 1. Add Logoff to the Start Menu 15

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Fig 18.1 – Logoff on Start Menu 2. Add the Run command to the start menu Fig 18.2 – Run for Start Menu 3. Force classic Start Menu Fig 18.3 – Classic Start Menu 4. Lock the Taskbar Fig 18.4 – Lock the taskbar 5. “Acceptable Use” banner when users log on. Fig 18.5 – Acceptable Use Banner 19. (OPTIONAL) – 7-Zip compression utility will be deployed via Software deployment GPO 20. (OPTIONAL) – Use of PowerShell scripts to add users, create OUs or other AD Tasks 21. (OPTIONAL) – Create your company’s website and publish it using IIS 22. (OPTIONAL) – Test GPOs and other settings via a Win 7 client!

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