Set up Domain in Active Directory

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If I can set up a new domain details within Active Directory (AD) and then access to a workstation with this account,

What authorization should I give to the user?

By error or with the workstation?

Please send me some ideas.

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Set up Domain in Active Directory


The first thing that you need to do when setting up the domain in the active directory is to assign a static IP.

The DNS will not use the static IP, reason being that any dynamic change of the IP may lead to clients losing contact with the DNS server.

The procedure is as below:

  1. You will click on Start, and the choose Settings, and then you will click Control Panel.
  2. Thereafter you will double-click on Network and Dial-up Connections.
  3. You will then right-click on Local Area Connection, and choose Properties.
  4. Next click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and choose Properties.
  5. You will need to assign to the server a static IP, subnet mask, and gateway address.
  6. Once done with that click on Advanced, and then choose the DNS Tab.
  7. In the window that will open, you will select "Append primary and connection specific DNS suffixes", and make sure you do the following:
    Check "Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix"
    Check "Register this connection's addresses in DNS"
  8. Once you have done that, you will click OK to close the Advanced TCP/IP Settings properties, and then save the changes.

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