Users are the main reason for your job, and according to some administrators, the greatest bane of their existence. You’ll spend a lot of time administering user accounts during your career as an AD administrator.
Everyone logging on to a network requires a user account. These are the objects you’ll work with the most because user accounts can be quite volatile with leavers, joiners, changes, and password resets. The volatility level relative to other AD objects is illustrated in figure 2.1.