Workstation Administration

Posted by on May 17, 2013 | 0 comments

Corporate networks are, in part, populated by workstations and servers. Workstations mainly include desktop and laptop computers. You need centralized management once your inventory consists of more than ten or so workstations. Otherwise user and user rights administration becomes too complex and time consuming. Microsoft Windows active directory domains enable the centralized management of users, workstations, servers, printers and other devices and services.

Active Directory (A.D.), a feature of Microsoft Windows domains, allows you to easily create and change group policies that are then applied to all or some workstations, thus standardising and simplifying your workstation configuration. Enclave Managed Networks is experienced in the setup, configuration and operation of Microsoft Windows domains.

Dennis Strain
Enclave Managed Networks
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