|Subject:||Using the Administrator's account or not using it|
|Posted by:||r14edge (r14ed…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Sep 2007|
Me and my boss, had always used the administrator account. I know, its not a
good thing. Since the hiring, I decided, for security purpose, to "eliminate"
this account and added some administrator priviledge to our user account.
What I wish to accomplish with that measure, is to put on track a audit
system. I wish also to create some level of access. Techs will have
shares/folders access only. Network admins, same as techs plus Exchange and
Active Directory. I don't want to use the built-in groups like Domain Admins
or Administrators for the simple reason that I found those groups to powerful.
The point of this post is to know if I'm doing the right thing. I don't have
much experience in account management, but I know that using a generic user
to access all the network resource is not a good thing. Is this something
possible, or I'm wasting my time? If not, can someone indicate me some
websites on how to create a proper account structure and stuff like that.
All comments will be appreciated,
Thank you all,