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Windows Server 2012 : Deploying Dynamic Access Control (part 3) - Adding a Resource Property to the Global Resource Property List, Creating a New Central Access Rule

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Adding a Resource Property to the Global Resource Property List

Every resource property has to be added to a resource property list. These lists make the resource property available to file servers. DAC resources can have individual lists target specific file servers, but for our purposes here, we are going to add the resource property to the Global Resource Property List.

From the ADAC, click Dynamic Access Control, Resource Property List, and then Add Resource Property. Click the Department Payroll resource we created before; next, click the right arrows and then OK.

Now, you should have the Department Payroll resource listed as a member of the Global Resource Property List. (See Figure 4.)

Adding a resource property to the Global Resource Property List
Figure 4. Adding a resource property to the Global Resource Property List

Creating a New Central Access Rule

A central access rule is similar to an access control list (ACL). With such a rule, you can set conditions for user access to data—for example, you can set up a rule such as “If x condition is met, then access is granted.”

In this example, we’ll require that a user’s department attribute match the value of a folder share’s department attribute.

Open up ADAC, and click Dynamic Access Control, Central Access Rules, New, and then Central Access Rules.

Under Name, type Department-Payroll-Match-Required. You can name your rule anything; just make sure you can easily identify what the rule is supposed to do. Under Target Resources, click Edit and then “Add a condition.”

Now add two conditions: Resource Department Payroll Exists and Resource Department Payroll Equals Value Payroll, and then click OK. (See Figure 5.)

Creating a central access rule
Figure 5. Creating a central access rule

Under Permissions, select “Use following permissions as current permissions” and click Edit to define permissions. For example, you can choose to give the Payroll Department Full Control to any data this rule is applied to. To test permissions without actually putting them into effect, select “Use following permissions as proposed permissions.”

 
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