A company has 5 users. Users 1, 2 and 3 need access to payroll and users 3, 4 and 5 need access to sales.
Which of the following should be implemented to give the appropriate access while enforcing least privilege?
Assign individual permissions to users 1 and 2 for payroll. Assign individual permissions to users 4 and 5 for
sales. Make user 3 an administrator.
Make all users administrators and then restrict users 1 and 2 from sales. Then restrict users 4 and 5 from
Create two additional generic accounts, one for payroll and one for sales that users utilize.
Create a sales group with users 3, 4 and 5. Create a payroll group with users 1, 2 and 3.
Assigning permissions to a group requires less effort than assigning permissions to individual users. When you
have groups configured with the appropriate permissions, you can grant the permissions to individual users by
adding the users to the groups. Users can be members of multiple groups and therefore have multiple sets of
permissions assigned to them. In this answer, user 3 is a member of both groups which grants the user
permission to both Sales and Payroll.