domain user accounts

Saturday, July 11, 2009
domain user accounts allow you to log on to the domain and access resources anywhere on the network. when you log on, you provide your logon information-your user name and password. microsoft windows 2000 server uses this logon information to authenticate your identity and build and access token that contains your user information and security settings. the access token identifies you to the computers in the domain on which you try to access resources. the access token is valid throughtout the logon session.

characteristics of domain user accounts
  • provide access to network resources
  • provide access token for authentication
  • created in active directory of domain controller


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