Hello, Bruce here again. With the release Windows Server 2012 we all have to start learning the new features of the product. So I thought I would share with you what I’m studying and some resource to bring you to speed at the same time. Below is the first topic I’m starting to look at.
Dynamic Access Control (http://technet.microsoft.com/library/hh831717.aspx)
Today, it is difficult to translate business-intent using the existing authorization model. The existing capabilities of access control entries (ACEs) make it hard or impossible to fully express requirements. In addition, there are no central administration capabilities. Finally, modern-day increases in regulatory and business requirements around compliance further compound the problem.
Windows Server 2012 AD DS addresses these challenges by introducing:
Dynamic Access Control: Scenario Overview
Dynamic Access Control demo walkthrough
Technet Windows Server 2012 Virtual Labs Using Dynamic Access Control to Automatically and Centrally Secure Data
In this lab, you will explore Dynamic Access Control in Windows Server 2012. You will learn how to create Central Access Policies, explore the new Access Denied Remediation features, as well as learn how to use the audit capabilities built into Dynamic Access Control.
Setting Up the Test Environment
Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control Overview
Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control Deep Dive for Active Directory and Central Authorization Policies
Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control Best Practices and Case Study Deployments in Microsoft IT
What are the requirements and server roles needed for the New central access policies (CAP) model?
Does Active Directory Rights Management Services and/or Active Directory Certificate Services need to be implemented for this to work?
You do not have to have RMS or Certificates Services to use a Central access policy. You will need 2012 DC and the file servers will need to be 2012.
Here is a good walkthrough to assist your learning:
Deploy a Central Access Policy (Demonstration Steps)
Does this seem overly complicated to anyone else?. Now we're getting in to programming variables, IF THEN WHEN... for a file share.... too much.