You work as a System Administrator for company Inc. The company has a Windows Server 2016 domain-based network. The network contains one Windows Server 2016 and twelve Windows 10 client computers.
You want to centralize management and configuration of operating systems, applications, and user
What will you do?
A. Apply NTFS permission.
B. Implement an account policy.
C. Apply an audit policy.
D. Implement a group policy.
In order to centralize management and configuration of operating systems, applications, and user settings
in an Active Directory environment, you should implement a group policy. A group policy that is created by
an administrator affects all users on a computer or all users on a domain.
Group policies can be used for defining, customizing, and controlling the functioning of network resources,
computers, and operating systems.
They can be set for a for users or computers in a domain. Administrators can configure group policy
settings for users as well as for computers in many ways. Group policies can be used to allow or restrict the
access of a particular program by a particular user. It can also be used to configure the desktop, the Start
menu, the taskbar, the Control Panel, and security settings among other things.
A: NTFS permission allows an administrator to control which users and groups can access files and folders
on an NTFS volume.
B: An account policy controls the password expiration policy, the lockout policy, and other password
C: An audit policy determines whether security events are written to the security log in Event Viewer on the