When using group policy on a computer in a workguop which type of configuration do you use?
You have to go into control panel user groups. Then you set up a group name, then you will add all the users to that group and give them whatever permissions they are suppose to have. It sounds hard, but once you get into User Groups under control panel you will be able to figure it out. ...
Asked in Linux
What is the name of the administrator equivalent account in Linux?
Technically, there is none. Different groups for accounts can be created based on the type of permissions they have. User accounts are then assigned to one or more of these accounts based on what permissions the system administrator wants them to have. There is a group called "admin", but it does not work in the same way as the Administrator group. People sometimes cite that the "root" account is the equivalent, but this is incorrect. The root account is never used directly...
Asked in Minecraft
What do you use to get God Mode on Minecraft?
"God mode" is a command from the Bukkit plugin "essentials". If you have the correct permissions you can type /god in a multiplayer Minecraft server with that plugin enabled, and the correct permissions in your current group. ...
Asked in Linux
What are the two types of users in Linux?
This depends on what you mean by type. In terms of permissions, you have regular users, who are restricted to access only resources they are granted permissions to. And then you have root, the superuser, who can do almost anything on the system. Then in terms of "usage." There's actual users, people who use Linux, have their own home directory, use applications, you name it. And then there's "system users" who aen't logged in as normal users but are simply dedicated users in...
Asked in Local Area Network
What is the difference between a share permission and NTFS permission?
Hide Parent Post Author: Charles Poff Date: Saturday, August 29, 2009 9:53:33 AM CDT Subject: Week 6 - Module 6 - Files & Folders (2261) What is the primary difference between share permissions and NTFS permissions? Are there any differences in their types of permissions? If so, describe them Note: I am looking to see that you understand the differences in and between the actual permission levels, e.g. Everyone, System, Users, Administrators, etc. Share permissions are the permissions you set for a folder when you share that...
Asked in Unix
UNIX-type systems enable you to restrict access to resources by assigning user and group to files and directories?
Yes, or you can use the extended ACL permissions on most systems as well.
What is the difference between Groups and OUs?
OUs are what is used to segregate and filter department bases on the region or type of users, groups, or computers. Users are placed into groups in an OU to control who has administrative authority over that user and group. ...
On which type of network does each computer maintain its own permissions and security settings?
A peer-to-peer network.
Asked in Animal Life, Animal Jam
Why does Animal Jam makes users type the words right?
It is a safety feature to stop users from typing inappropriate words.
Asked in Computers, Microsoft Windows, Windows XP
How do you set up the users on filezilla?
Open FileZilla Server Interface (start menu or desktop icon), then click 'OK' on the 'Connect to Server' dialog.' Go to Edit -> Users. Click Add, type in username, then click 'OK'. Click the 'password' checkbox and enter the password. Click 'Shared folders', then click 'Add' and choose a folder. Check (enable) all permissions under 'Files' and 'Directories'. Click 'OK' towards the bottom. ...
Asked in C Sharp
When using version 3.5 of the framework in applications which emit a dynamic code?
It can be executed by calling System.Reflection.Emit.DynamicMethod( string name, Type returnType, Type parameterTypes ) without any special permissions ...
Asked in Science, Inventions
A claw hammer is an example of which type of machine?
the answer is lever. for a+ users
What main group type is found in Active Directory?
The main group type found in active directory is the security group.
Asked in Science, DIY Projects
How do you create a group user?
Creating user and group accounts User accounts are used to authenticate, authorize or deny access to resources for, and audit the activity of individual users on your network. A group account is a collection of user accounts that you can use to assign a set of permissions and rights to multiple users simultaneously. A group can also contain contacts, computers, and other groups. You can create user accounts and group accounts in Active Directory to manage domain users. You can also create user accounts...
Asked in Windows Server 2003
How do you prevent users from shutting down the 2003 server?
You need to edit security policies for non-administrator type users. There is the option "not allow users to power the system off" or something like that. ...