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Learn Active Directory Management in a Month of Lunches by Richard Siddaway

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Chapter 18. Managing AD trusts

Your AD forest is a security boundary that you can use to stop unauthorized access to your environment. If your organization could exist in isolation and not have any interaction with other organizations, security would be simple. Unfortunately, that’s not the case in most organizations—potentially there are customers, suppliers, partner organizations, other parts of your organization, and companies that your organization is acquiring or with which they’re merging, all requiring access to resources in your AD environment.

The method you’ll use to control, manage, and secure this external access is creating AD trusts between your environment and the external environment. You can then control who can gain access ...

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