Active Directory: Securing Active Directory Domain Services

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This course is aimed to IT Pros and is supposed to give the viewer the information they need to know to get started with Active Directory (AD DS) and its key concepts. The goal is to provide coverage of AD DS components of advanced AD DS deployments, how to deploy a distributed AD DS environment and· Configure AD DS Security.

The course is targeted to help learning Active Directory and do your job more efficiently.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

· Describe how to Secure domain controllers

· Implementing account security.

· Implementing audit authentication

· Configuring managed service accounts

In your organization’s information technology (IT) infrastructure, securing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain controllers is a critical task. Domain controllers provide access to many different resources, and they contain information about users and their passwords. If a single domain controller is compromised, any objects in the same Active Directory domain or in any trusted domain are at risk of being compromised, too.

The Windows Server 2016 operating system provides features and apps that you can use to help secure your network against security threats. The operating system provides measures to secure domain controllers by minimizing their attack surface and determining their domain-controller placements. The operating system also determines the AD DS roles that are used for administration and design, and implements password security, in addition to auditing when attacks occur. You also can use domain controllers to deploy security measures to other clients and servers in your Windows-based infrastructure.

AD DS administrators must understand the threats to domain controllers and the methods that they can use to secure AD DS and its domain controllers.


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