Assigning permissions to Organizational Units (OUs) simplifies administration tasks. This is especially relevant after migrations. The following article exemplifies how you can create and use self-updating OU groups in Active Directory.
In Microsoft’s Active Directory groups are used to manage permissions and access to shares and apps. But with a big number of users accounts the group management becomes time-consuming for many admins. Dynamic group memberships would reduce administrative overhead here and prevent over-permissioning. But this is not a standard feature of Active Directory. This is […]
Dynamic security groups are now possible in Active Directory. Dynamic distribution groups already exist in MS Exchange Server. So far they cannot be used to assign permissions to AD objects. There is various scenarios that make it necessary to use them like risk management or a fast provisioning of permissions.
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