Assume that you are a user of a Windows NT workstation in the SYCON domain, and the Windows NT workstation has local accounts. You wish to have administrative rights to all Windows NT Advanced Servers in the SYCON domain. How would you achieve this with a minimum amount of administration"?
Run User Manager for Domains on any Windows NT Advanced Server in the SYCON domain. Open the Domain Admins group. In the List Names From box choose your workstation and add your workstation user accouNone of theseAdd your user account to the Administrators group on each Windows NT Advanced Server in the SYCON domainAdd your user account to the Domain Admins group on any Windows NT Advanced Server in the SYCON domainAdd your user account to the local Administrators group on each workstation in the SYCON domain
A company has a department that consists of 15 engineers. The engineers have data that needs to be accessible only to their own team. The department continually has engineers arriving and departing, and it is difficult to identify a single administrator for the department Which model would be the best for this situation?
A complete trust mode, with each engineer's computer trusting the other engineer's computersA single domain mode, with all data kept on the controller for the domainNone of theseA workgroup mode, with each engineer administering his or her own computerA master domain mode, with each engineer trusting the master domain and the data stored on the server