Active Directory: configuring dynamic access control – DAC


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Conclusion

Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is a Windows Server feature that uses multiple roles (Active Directory / FSRM) and allows you to set up more granular permissions.

The use of the DAC can quickly become complex and be a source of problems if the implementation has not been done with great care

I advise you to do labs and master dynamic access control before going into production.



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