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Computer networks must authenticate valid users, while denying access to unauthorized users. Even within a group of validated users, not everyone should have access to all the information. As a rule of thumb, only users with "need-to-know" should be able to see files dealing with certain topic areas. Other users without the need to know should remain without access to those files.

Businesses usually implement network access controls through a network operating system directory service. Microsoft, which controls the most ubiquitous network software, uses Active Directory. For active directory and other network access controls system, we can manage your network access controls, and ensure that group policies and directory permissions are properly constructed.