You use the credentials of User4 on Computer1. Does this meet the goal?

November 20, 2021 by Admin

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Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains the users shown in the following table.

MD-100 Windows 10 Part 13 Q20 371

MD-100 Windows 10 Part 13 Q20 371

You have a computer named Computer1 that runs Windows 10 and is in a workgroup.

A local standard user on Computer1 named User1 joins the computer to the domain and uses the credentials of User2 when prompted.

You need to ensure that you can rename Computer1 as Computer33.

Solution: You use the credentials of User4 on Computer1.

Does this meet the goal?

Explanation:

Renaming a domain-joined computer will also rename the computer account in the domain. To do this, you need domain administrator privileges.

User4 is a server operator, not an administrator. Members of the Server Operators group can sign in to a server interactively, create and delete network shared resources, start and stop services, back up and restore files, format the hard disk drive of the computer, and shut down the computer.

Use User3’s credentials instead.

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