Which user groups we can have in Windows? In this case, you can create separate User Accounts for children, teens and adults with limited privileges. Now, instead of having to manage these accounts individually, you can Add these accounts to a User Group and manage these accounts at a Group Level.
What is MSA and gMSA? This type of managed service account (MSA) was introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. The group Managed Service Account (gMSA) provides the same functionality within the domain but also extends that functionality over multiple servers.
How many characters is a gMSA password? gMSA password consists of 256 bytes of data, interpreted as 128 UF-16 characters. It is a constructed attribute calculated by the Domain Controller (KDC) on-demand.
Where is gMSA in Active Directory? To check it, Go to → Server Manager → Tools → Active Directory Users and Computers → Managed Service Accounts. The result should come “True” after running the second command, as shown in the screenshot given below. Step 4 − Go to service properties, specify that the service will be run with a gMSA account.