Active Directory (or AD DS for Active Directory Domain Services) is an LDAP directory created by Microsoft that allows you to centralize the identification and authentication of computers and users on a Microsoft intranet.
The deployment of an Active Directory domain controller (AD DS) makes it easier for system administrators and network administrators to manage the configuration and security of computers and servers, thanks in particular to group policies, but also thanks to the centralization of computers objects, users and groups (of users and/or computers).
Using an Active Directory domain controller also allows you to :
In this course about Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), you will learn how Active Directory works, but also how to deploy AD domain controllers, create group policies (GPOs), ...
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