By Jeffrey Schwartz - January 07, 2013
Dynamic Access Control in Windows Server 2012 can help IT improve file server authorization and authentication by reducing Active Directory groups.
Managing groups in Microsoft Active Directory is the bane of many an IT pro's existence. Likewise for security administrators, auditors and managers who implement policies. The number of groups and attributes in AD is increasing at an alarming rate. And that number is increasing further now that IT must enact Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and govern access to the growing use of cloud services.