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Managing Active Directory involves thorough understanding of its core structure and the different physical and logical partitions. With thousands of users and computer accounts in addition to domain resources configured to the AD structure, its management is a key issue with enterprises. Lepide Active Directory Management provides all necessary information about a basic AD structure, its underlying technology, details of every AD object and ways to use Active Directory and effectively manage it. Active Directory consists of sites, subnets and organizational units at the physical level, while domains, trees and forests comprise the logical level. Management and control of all Active Directory objects such as users, computers, groups, devices, OUs, etc get lot easier with the help of Active Directory management tools. Administrators can perform various tasks in the internal structure of the AD as per the changes in the organization. The most common utilities used by administrators are the Windows support tools which come along with the adminpak.msi of Windows Server software installation. The snap-in consoles provided with the pack help in creating, deleting, modifying and managing different AD objects. Apart from the MMC consoles, administrators also have the choice of using the in-built command-line tools and scripting language like Shell Script. Moreover, the tool also has got excellent Remote Shares functionality. Administrator can therefore easily open and access the shell properties of Remote computer's shares and further manage user rights on that share. It also facilitates administrator to edit permissions for already added users and add and set rights for the newly added users.
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