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Learning Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control by Jochen Nickel

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Managing Claims and Resource properties

As you already know, Dynamic Access Control is not a feature that can be quickly activated because you need to handle a lot of requirements and planning before you can productively use this feature. After knowing the real business needs and regulations, you need to apply one of the important planning steps.

After the identification of the claims and resource properties, you should think about the following information, because they are used for resource access decisions.

Naming conventions

One of the first things you should be aware of is a well-designed and working naming convention for different Active Directory objects and attributes:

  • Groups: They are File Service + Department + Read/Write (FIS-HR-RW).
  • Employee ...

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