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5. Managing Users and Data with Dynamic Access Control

Chapter 5. Managing Users and Data with Dynamic Access Control

Without question, the one major new capability that you will have to get to know at some time or another—and no matter how big or small the infrastructure—is Dynamic Access Control (DAC).

DAC provides rich, centralized control over data and user permissions through various mechanisms, including expression-based access conditions (i.e., if x condition is met, then access is granted), centralized access policies, and centralized auditing.

The reason DAC is so significant is because it reduces many of the pain points that arise when you’re trying to deploy, manage, and keep the reins on permissions throughout a Windows forest or domain. Managing Windows permissions, as many of us know, can easily spiral out of control.


  

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