Configuring Microsoft Windows XP Professional to Operate in Microsoft Networks Both workgroups and domains are network environments; however, the way in
which user accounts, authentication, and security are handled in each is quite
different. To configure Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional to operate in a
workgroup or a domain, you must correctly create and configure user accounts,
and configure the security of the network. As an Information Technology (IT)
professional, it is critical that you understand the similarities and differences
between workgroups and domains so that you are able to configure Windows
XP Professional to operate properly in your networking environment.
After completing this module, you will be able to:
Discuss workgroups and local user accounts.
Create and authenticate local user accounts.
Configure local security.
Configure logon and network options in a workgroup.
Join a domain.
Describe the authentication process in a domain.
Explain the effects that joining a domain has on local accounts and local
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