Need help Securing LAN sharing

Microsoft Windows server 2003 enterprise...
May 4, 2010 at 04:44:30
Specs: Windows 2003 enterprise
Hi,
I need your help.

I have a LAN with 20 systems. I have DNS server in win 2003 server. My issue is need a file server with authentication which combine with AD.
Every user needs a separate sharing for their domain username. That’s sharing is unreadable for other users. And one more thing, I create 25 users for 20 systems. But there is 3 departments I need to restrict users can’t login other departments system.

Can you help me please….

Thanks in Advance!!!!!!


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#1
May 4, 2010 at 07:38:25
You're asking for quite a bit of help. Essentially, you're asking someone to create and configure an entire domain, it's directory structure, users, groups etc etc etc.

Without meaning to be rude, if you're not qualified to do this, you should hire a professional consultant who can.

This is basic network administration tasks, duties and knowledge and there's no easy way for anybody here to tell you how to do what you need to do. Essentially, you're asking for about a years worth of schooling.


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#2
May 4, 2010 at 08:13:32
"My issue is need a file server with authentication which combine with AD."
You have this with your existing server

"Every user needs a separate sharing for their domain username. That’s sharing is unreadable for other users."
We call this home folders and its part of setting up a server.

" And one more thing, I create 25 users for 20 systems. But there is 3 departments I need to restrict users can’t login other departments system."
It is called workstation logon restrictions.

Might want to get a server book and go thru the chapters dealing with these.


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#3
May 6, 2010 at 23:52:37
Hi,

Thank you for your advice...

I know very well to install and configure AD. (structure, users, groups etc ). Now i can able to understand the home folder concept.

Now my doubt is how to setup workstation logon restrictions.

If u can help me.

Thanks!!!!!


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#4
May 7, 2010 at 09:56:35
web search on
active directory workstation restrictions
for the how to do this

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#5
May 7, 2010 at 22:28:44
Thank you wanderer

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