The Keys to the Kingdom Limiting Active Directory Admin

Mar 05, 2014

Download Allowing data center server operators to operate as Active Domain administrators is a common - and potentially the most damaging - security risk in the Active Directory infrastructure. The challenge for the Active Directory administrator is to adequately secure their directory, while still delegating enough domain controller administration rights to allow effective daily operations.

Learn the security risks associated with the simple implementation of the domain controller security model, and gain insight into the best practices for separating the role of domain controller administrator from domain administration using native tools.