Pop Quiz: Using GPMC To Move User Accounts
Applies to the "Planning for Server Deployment" objective of Exam 70-646: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator.
Q: A company's administrator would like to move a user account between OUs after the user was assigned to a different company department. Using the GPMC, what option could the administrator use to determine any changes that might be applied to the user's account?
- Group Policy Objects
- Group Policy Modeling
- Group Policy Results
- Group Policy Preferences
Answer and explanation is below.
Answer is B: The Group Policy Modeling option can be used to determine any changes that might be applied to a user's account when moved between OUs.
Quick Tip: The command GPResult.exe /user TargetUserName should be used after using Group Policy Modeling to confirm any applied group policy settings.
Bonus Question: Which tool in Windows Server 2008 R2 allows for installation of Roles, Services, and Features at the command line? (Tweet your answer with #pop646b and get a chance to win a rare MCPmag.com baseball cap! Deadline for entries is Monday, August 27.)
Answer to bonus question from last time: File Server Resource Manager is the tool within Windows Server 2008 R2 which unifies administration of disk quotas, file screening, and storage reports.
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