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Managing Server Access

When configuring any server for access by users, you'll need to determine what services the server will provide and what levels of user access to assign. So far, we have discussed only network services, which do not require any specific user access to the server once the service is enabled. For many of the other services this book will cover, such as file sharing, you will need to create specific user accounts on your server.

When considering the creation of user accounts, you'll want to determine how to best set up your users, how to organize them into groups that match the needs of your organization, and how to best maintain this information over time. As with any service or IT task, the best approach is to thoroughly plan out your requirements and approach before starting to implement a solution.


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