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Learning Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control by Jochen Nickel

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Inside the architecture of DAC

As promised in the previous section, Dynamic Access Control is not just a single feature, but an end-to-end file server solution based on the following features in Windows Server 2012:

  • Windows authorization and audit engine supporting expression-based access control
  • Kerberos version 5 support for user and device claims
  • File classification infrastructure that supports claims
  • RMS support that can be extended for further file types from third-party vendors
  • API to extend the solution with custom classification and audit tools

Building blocks

The Dynamic Access Control solution can be logically divided into the following main components to get a better, granular overview:

  • Infrastructure requirements
  • User and device claims
  • Expression-based ...

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