Designing and implementing a virtual environment on top of Hyper-V can be challenging. In the first four parts of this series I looked at the design choices and management actions regarding Active Directory in Hyper-V environments. In this part we’ll look into the possible ways of securing virtual Domain Controllers running on top of Hyper-V, besides the apparent open doors written by John Gilham. To secure files on a server one would normally look at NTFS rights. For Hyper-V security the same approach is valid, but one should know which accounts to give access to what data.
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