Looking at the administrative makeup of RoboSystems that was described in the Analyzing Organizational Requirements sidebar earlier in this chapter, we find that there are four administrators, one of whom is located at the manufacturing facility to support the remote systems. The other three administrators have control over the remote resources also. All three of the corporate administrators are members of a group named CorpAdmins, and the administrator from the manufacturing facility is a member of the group ManAdmins. After inventorying the systems in use, the following systems were identified
Notice that each of the design options has its own unique set of advantages and disadvantages. To choose the best design for your company, weigh the pros and cons of each strategy so that you come up with the design that is the best fit for your environment. If your company is not going to undergo many reorganizations or mergers and acquisitions, you may want to choose a design that makes the delegation of control easiest for your current administrative model. Company reorganizations could force a reevaluation of the departmental makeup within the organization, therefore forcing the OU hierarchy to change. Projects that are completed or abandoned will also force the OU structure to change. You might not want to rework the OU structure every time management decides it wants to try running the business in a new fashion.
We all know that the Web is a great place to find information, but I have a feeling that we've only seen the tip of the iceberg as far as the Internet is concerned. The force that is truly driving the Internet into the next millennium is commerce. The Internet lends itself to transactional chores very well, just due to its nature and makeup. However, most commercial transactions contain some form of proprietary or confidential data, whether it's bank account numbers or corporate plans for a new product launch. All sorts of information that is confidential in nature is being transmitted across the Internet, and that trend will continue in the future.
An object database is a little harder to define, mostly because many forms of object databases evolved from relational databases. An object-model-compliant database might be more about how the information it contains is exposed to the users and how the underlying schema can be accessed than about the underlying makeup and technology or how it was created.
OUs based on organization then location With an OU design strategy that is based first on organization and then on location, the OU trees are based on the organization's departmental makeup, with the objects organized based on location, as seen in Figure 4.13. Using this strategy, the administrative control of objects can be delegated to administrative staff responsible for objects at each of the locations, whereas all the resources can be owned by a department's own administrative staff. This allows a strong level of autonomous administration and security however, the OU structure is vulnerable to reorganization because the departmental design of the company could change. Very large companies using the cost center-based, product service-based, or project-based business models may create an OU tree that is based on the organizational makeup of the company and then have a decentralized administrative staff that is responsible for the resources within different geographic regions. This...
Windows Server 2003 provides native support for SUS, however, it does not include SUS by default.Therefore the network administrator will need to download and install SUS on their server before they can get started. Is it worth the trouble and effort to implement an SUS server Why not just continue to use the existing methods already in place The answer to this question varies depending on the size, complexity, and operating system makeup of the organization. If an administrator already has a complex solution utilizing a third-party product or SMS in place, they might not want to make the move to SUS. If they do not have a high-quality solution or have no solution at all, then SUS is most likely what they have been waiting for.
If the administrative structure has an administrative staff that reports to divisions and is responsible for the maintenance of the resources for that division, the OU structure can be designed so that is takes advantage of the departmental makeup of the company as seen in Figure 5.2. Using this design strategy makes the OU structure much more vulnerable to change within the organization should a reorganization occur. However, it does allow departments to maintain autonomy over the objects that they own. OUs Based on Organization, Then Location With an OU design strategy that is first based on organization and then location, the OU trees are based upon the organization's departmental makeup with the objects organized based on location, as seen in Figure 5.5 . Using this strategy, the administrative control of objects can be delegated to administrative staff responsible for objects at each of the locations, whereas all of the resources can be owned by a department's own administrative...
A full understanding of what atomic permissions do and of Table 11.1, which shows the atomic makeup of molecular permissions, provides exceptional insight into what these molecular permissions are and how they work. This section will try and put the atomic makeup of permissions in better perspective, but flip back and forth to the table while you read about these permissions. This information will form a very solid foundation to help you manage permissions later.
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