1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers by clicking selecting Start | Administrative Tools | Active Directory Users and Computers.
2. When Active Directory Users and Computers opens, expand the console tree so that your domain and the containers within it are visible.
3. Select the TestOU OU from the console tree. From the Action menu, select New | Group.
4. When the New Object - Group dialog box appears, enter Accounting Users into the Group name text box.
5. Edit the Group name (pre-Windows 2000) text box so it contains the value Accounting.
6. Select the Global option under Group scope.
7. Select the Security option under Group type.
8. Click OK to create the group.
9. Right-click on the newly created Accounting Users group, and select Properties from the context menu.
10. On the General tab, click in the Description field and then enter Group account for users in the Accounting department.
11. On the Members tab, click the Add button.
12. When the Select Users, Contacts, Computers, or Groups dialog box appears, enter John Public; Jane Doe in the Enter the object names to select text box. These are the two users you created in Exercise 2.02 separated by a semicolon.
13. Click OK to add these users. When the Members tab appears again, the two users should now appear in the list of Members.
14. On the Member Of tab, click the Add button.
15. When the Select Groups dialog box appears, enter Backup Operators into the Enter the object names to select text box.
16. Click OK to make this group a member of the Backup Operators group.
17. Click OK to confirm these changes and exit the group Properties dialog box.
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