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Lesson 3: Designing Failover and Failback Strategies
Catch all System.Security.SecurityException exceptions and display an ambiguous error
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To help you successfully master the exam objectives presented in this chapter, complete the following practice tasks.
Ensure that the domain account you want to use is specified in the Policy Setting and attempt to restart the service. If the account you want to use is on a stand-alone machine running Windows Server 2003, run Gpedit.msc. Then expand Local Computer Policy, Computer Configuration, Windows Settings, Security Settings, Local Policies, and finally, select User Rights Assignment. Locate the Log On As A Service right and ensure that the account you want to use is listed. Windows Server 2003 has many options about what it can do if a service fails to start because of any of the reasons described previously. If a service fails, events are logged to the server where the service is loaded. However, you can choose to take a more proactive approach to service management. If you select the Recovery tab of the service, a myriad of options allow you to specify behavior if a service fails, as shown in Figure 12-30.
17. Click the icon, and select Check This Website. Read the information in the Phishing Filter information box, and then click OK to close the box. The red warning now appears telling you that this is a phishing site. 18. In the Address bar, type http://207.68.169.170/woodgrovebank/index.html.html, and then press Enter. 19. Click the icon at the foot of the webpage to check whether this is a reported phishing site, and select Check This Website. 20. Read the information in the Phishing Filter information box, shown in Figure 6-35, and then click OK to close the box.
Lesson 2: How to Configure a Web Service Application
Backing Up Data
Configuring User Rights 16-27
6. Fix the error by redefining the CustomerAddress table as follows:
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Deleting a group has a high impact on administrators and, potentially, on security. Consider a group that has been used to manage access to resources. If the group is deleted, access to that resource is changed. Either users who should be able to access the resource are suddenly prevented from access, creating a denial-of-service scenario, or if you had used the group to deny access to a resource with a Deny permission, inappropriate access to the resource becomes possible. Additionally, if you re-create the group, the new group object will have a new SID, which will not match the SIDs on ACLs of resources. Instead, you must perform object recovery to reanimate the deleted group before the tombstone interval is reached. When a group has been deleted for the tombstone interval 60 days by default the group and its SID are permanently deleted from Active Directory. When you reanimate a tombstoned object, you must re-create most of its attributes, including, significantly, the member attribute of group objects. That means you must rebuild the group membership after restoring the deleted object. Alternatively, you can perform an authoritative restore or, in Windows Server 2008, turn to your Active Directory snapshots to recover both the group and its membership. Authoritative restore and snapshots are discussed in 13, Maintenance, Backup, and Recovery.
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