Title and Copyright Information
 
About This Guide
Audience
Organization
Related Documentation
Reader's Comments
Conventions
 
1    ASU Overview
1.1    ASU Server Overview
1.2    The ASU Server Process Model
1.3    The ASU Server Architecture
1.4    ASU Server Administrative Interfaces
1.4.1    ASU Commands
1.4.2    net Commands
1.4.3    Tru64 UNIX Commands and GUIs
1.4.4    Windows GUIs
 
2    Advanced Server Domains
2.1    Domain Roles
2.2    Common Domain Models
2.2.1    Trusted Domain Models
2.2.1.1    Single Master Domain Model
2.2.1.2    Multiple Master Domain Model
2.2.2    Single Domain Model
2.3    Computer Accounts
2.4    Logging Into a Domain
2.4.1    Interactive Logon Authentication
2.4.2    Remote Logon Authentication
2.4.3    Cached Logon Information
2.5    Managing Domains
2.5.1    Synchronizing the Directory Database
2.5.1.1    Directory Database Changes
2.5.1.2    Full and Partial Synchronization
2.5.2    Promoting and Demoting Controllers
2.5.3    Managing Domain Security Policies
2.5.3.1    Domain User Account Policy
2.5.3.2    Audit Policy
2.5.4    Managing Trust Relationships
2.5.4.1    Creating a Trust Relationship
2.5.4.2    User Manager for Domains Limitations
 
3    Domain User Accounts and Groups
3.1    Domain User Accounts
3.1.1    Specifying Logon Hours
3.1.2    Logon Script
3.1.2.1    Creating a Logon Script
3.1.2.2    Assigning a Logon Script
3.1.3    Home Directory
3.1.3.1    Assigning Home Directories
3.1.4    User Profile
3.1.4.1    Creating a User Profile
3.1.4.2    Assigning Profiles
3.1.5    Managing the User Rights Policy
3.1.5.1    Assigning User Rights
3.1.6    Built-in Domain User Accounts
3.1.6.1    Built-in Administrator User Account
3.1.6.2    Built-in Guest User Account
3.1.6.2.1    Enabling the Guest Account
3.2    Tru64 UNIX User Accounts
3.2.1    Associating Domain User Accounts to Tru64 UNIX User Accounts
3.3    Grouping Domain User Accounts
3.3.1    Local Groups
3.3.2    Global Groups
3.3.3    Special Groups
3.3.4    Strategies for Using Groups
3.3.5    Managing Groups
 
4    Disk Shares
4.1    Disk Share Permissions
4.1.1    Windows NT Permissions
4.1.2    Windows NTFS Permissions
4.1.3    Tru64 UNIX Permissions
4.1.4    Disk Share Permission Considerations
4.2    Directory Replication
4.2.1    Directory Replication Overview
4.2.2    Configuring Directory Replication
4.2.3    Managing Export Subdirectories
4.2.4    Managing Import Subdirectories
4.2.5    Replicating Logon Scripts
4.2.6    Using Directory Replication
4.2.7    Replication Troubleshooting Tips
4.2.7.1    Access Denied
4.2.7.2    Exporting to Specific Computers
4.2.7.3    Lost Permissions in Import Directory
4.2.7.4    Replication to a Domain Name Over a WAN Link
4.3    Managing Disk Share Usage
4.3.1    Disconnecting Users From Shares
4.3.2    Sending a Message to Users
 
5    ASU Printer Shares
5.1    Planning Your Printing Operations
5.1.1    Choosing Printers
5.1.2    Choosing Computers to Be Print Servers
5.1.3    Planning How Users Access Printer Shares
5.1.4    Printer Drivers
5.2    Print Share Properties
5.2.1    Separator Page
5.2.2    Using a Print Processor Script
5.2.3    Scheduling and Spooling Settings
5.2.4    Controlling Access to Printer Shares
5.2.5    Auditing Printer Shares
5.2.6    Custom Forms
5.2.7    Setting Device-Specific Properties
5.2.7.1    Setting Printer Memory
5.2.7.2    Using Print Forms
5.2.7.3    Choosing Font Types
5.2.8    Setting Document Defaults
 
6    Monitoring Events
6.1    Event Viewer Overview
6.2    Enabling Auditing
6.3    Logging Events Options
6.4    Interpreting Events
6.4.1    Event Header
6.4.2    Event Description
6.5    Using the Event Viewer
6.5.1    Selecting a Log
6.5.2    Selecting a Computer
6.5.3    Refreshing the View
6.5.4    Changing the Font
6.5.5    Saving Log Files
6.5.6    Viewing Specific Logged Events
6.5.6.1    Viewing Details About Events
6.5.6.2    Sorting Events
6.5.6.3    Filtering Events
6.5.6.4    Searching for Events
6.6    Troubleshooting Using Event Logs
 
Figures
1-1    ASU Process Model
1-2    ASU Network Architecture
2-1    Single Domain Master Model
2-2    Multiple Domain Master Model
 
Tables
1-1    ASU Services
2-1    Domain User Account Policy Options
2-2    Audit Events
3-1    Domain User Account Elements
3-2    Domain User Account Password Options
3-3    Logon Script Parameters
3-4    User Rights
3-5    Local Groups
3-6    Built-in Local Groups
3-7    Global Groups
3-8    Special Groups
3-9    Group Guidelines
4-1    Windows NT Permissions
4-2    NTFS Standard Permissions
4-3    NTFS Custom Permissions
4-4    Disk Share Usage
5-1    Unsupported Print Devices
5-2    Print Processor Script Environment Variables
5-3    Scheduling Options
5-4    Printer Share Permissions
5-5    Printer Share Audit Options
5-6    Typical Settings
6-1    Auditing Directories and Files
6-2    Event Logging Options
6-3    Event Header
6-4    Event Types
6-5    Event Filters
 
Index