Windows Server 2008

Released in February 2008, Windows Server 2008 is a Microsoft operating system that shares the same code as Windows Vista. Ask questions about its features and system requirements here.

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Computer Networking
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008

How do you configure Windows NT RAS Server to Windows 2000 Ras Server?

Add the RRAS computer to the appropriate group:

1. Log on to your computer with an account that has administrator privileges on the Windows 2000 domain.

2. Launch the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC snap-in, and then double-click the domain name.

3. Double-click the Users folder, and then double-click the RAS and IAS Servers security group.

4. Select the members tab.

5. Add the RRAS server to this group.

If the organization has more than one domain in the forest, and users from the different domains are trying to log on to the RRAS server, continue to follow steps 1 through 5 until the RRAS server is in the "RAS and IAS Servers" security group for each respective domain.

Use the Netsh.exe Utility

The Netsh.exe methods can only be used if the RRAS server is Windows 2000-based.

Use either of the following methods with the Netsh.exe tool:

1

Log on the RRAS computer using an account that has domain administrator privileges, type netsh ras add registered server at a command prompt, and then press ENTER.

2

To run a command with administrator privileges without being logged in as an administrator:

1. At a command prompt on the RRAS computer, type runas /user:domain name\administrator name "cmd", where domain name is the appropriate domain name, and administrator name is the appropriate administrator name. You are then prompted to enter a password for this account. If this computer is able to connect to the domain controller and verify the credentials, a command prompt opens with the following information in the title bar:

cmd (running as domain name\administrator name)

2. At a command prompt, type netsh ras add registeredserver at a command prompt, and then press ENTER.

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How To

How to quote out a windows server?

Depends on what you mean by "quote out" ?

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Computer Networking
Windows XP
Windows Server 2008

How do you DMZ your local IP to get around a firewall that the network server has and open up certain ports so you can get out on 'STEAM'?

A DMZ or DeMiliterized Zone is something that has to be created on the firewall. If you want to setup a DMZ and only have one PC and one firewall, then it is pointless to have the firewall in the first place. If you are in a corporate environment and do not know how to access the firewall, then you should not be setting up your computer on a DMZ. If you have several PCs on your home network and can access your firewall, then you need to look at the documentation for your firewall and it will tell you how to configure a DMZ. It should be noted however that Steam currently does not support operation through a network DMZ. Quoting a steam tech support email: "If your machine is currently in a network DMZ, you will need to reconfigure your network to play through Steam."

Typically, Gaming needs Steam and the only inhibitor is not the outbound, but rather the failure to port forward

  • Steam-1 27000--27015
  • Steam-2 27020--27050

to the gaming system's ip address (obviously it must be a static LAN address)

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Toyota Tacoma
History of Maritime
Database Programming
Windows Server 2008

What is the value of keys from the USS Tacoma?

I had a great uncle serve on the Tacoma. Out of curiosity what name is on the keys? My grandfather had a tattoo that said USS Tacoma. He was born in 1898. Name George Parks. This was probably the cruiser USS Tacoma (CL-20), guessing that he served in his early twenties

The Tacoma was a gunboat and existed in several forms. I decommissioned the USS Tacoma PG-92 in 1981. (Aggie80)

The keys are a nice memento, probably not of great value, more historical than anything else.

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Windows Server 2003
Active Directory
Windows Server 2008

What is the Active Directory of Windows server?

ACTIVE DIRECTORY IS A CENTRALIZED DATABASE ...WHICH IS USED IN DOMAIN FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PURPOSES.. An active directory is a directory structure used on Microsoft Windows based computers and servers to store information and data about networks and domains. It is primarily used for online information and was originally created in 1996 and first used with Windows 2000.

An active directory (sometimes referred to as an AD) does a variety of functions including the ability to provide information on objects, helps organize these objects for easy retrieval and access, allows access by end users and administrators and allows the administrator to set security up for the directory. An active directory can be defined as a hierarchical structure and this structure is usually broken up into three main categories, the resources which might include hardware such as printers, services for end users such as web email servers and objects which are the main functions of the domain and network. It is interesting to note the framework for the objects. Remember that an object can be a piece of hardware such as a printer, end user or security settings set by the administrator. These objects can hold other objects within their file structure. All objects have an ID, usually an object name (folder name). In addition to these objects being able to hold other objects, every object has its own attributes which allows it to be characterized by the information which it contains. Most IT professionals call these setting or characterizations schemas. Depending on the type of schema created for a folder, will ultimately determine how these objects are used. For instance, some objects with certain schemas can not be deleted, they can only be deactivated. Others types of schemas with certain attributes can be deleted entirely. For instance, a user object can be deleted, but the administrator object can not be deleted. When understanding active directories, it is important to know the framework that objects can be viewed at. In fact, an active directory can be viewed at either one of three levels, these levels are called forests, trees or domains. The highest structure is called the forest because you can see all objects included within the active directory. Within the Forest structure are trees, these structures usually hold one or more domains, going further down the structure of an active directory are single domains. To put the forest, trees and domains into perspective, consider the following example. A large organization has many dozens of users and processes. The forest might be the entire network of end users and specific computers at a set location. Within this forest directory are now trees that hold information on specific objects such as domain controllers, program data, system, etc. Within these objects are even more objects which can then be controlled and categorized Active Directory in Windows Server 2003

The Active Directory is the one of the important part of Windows Server 2003 networking .First need to know and understand Active directory . How does it work? It makes information easy for the administrator and the users. You can use the Active Directory to design a organization's structure according to the requirement . If you are using the Active Directory then you can scale active directory from a single computer to a single network or to many networks. In active directory you can include every object server and domain in a network.

Logical Component

In the organization you set up in Windows Server 2003 and the organization you set up in Exchange Server 2003 are the same and the same is the case with Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 as well. Now i am going to tell you it's advantage one user administrator manage all aspects of user configuration. These logical constructs which are described in the following subsections allow you to define and group resources so that they can be located and administered by the name rather than by physical location.

Objects

Object is the basic unit in the Active Directory. It is a apocarpous named set of features that represents something adjective such as a user , printer and the application. A user is also an object. In Exchange a user's features include its name and location , surrounded by other things.

Organization Unit

Organization Unit is a persona in which you can keep objects such as user accounts, groups, computer, printer . applications and other (OU). In organization unit you can assign specific permission to the user's. organization unit can also be used to create departmental limitation.

Domains

Domains is a group of computers and other resources that are part of a network and share a common directory database .Once a server has been installed , you can use the Active Directory Wizard to install Active Directory in order to install Active directory on the first server on the network , that server must have the access to a server running DNS (Domain Name Service). If you don't have install this service on your server then you will have to install this service during the Active Directory installation.. == == Active Directory in Windows Server 2003

The Active Directory is the one of the important part of Windows Server 2003 networking .First need to know and understand Active directory . How does it work? It makes information easy for the administrator and the users. You can use the Active Directory to design a organization's structure according to the requirement . If you are using the Active Directory then you can scale active directory from a single computer to a single network or to many networks. In active directory you can include every object server and domain in a network.

Logical Component

In the organization you set up in Windows Server 2003 and the organization you set up in Exchange Server 2003 are the same and the same is the case with Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 as well. Now i am going to tell you it's advantage one user administrator manage all aspects of user configuration. These logical constructs which are described in the following subsections allow you to define and group resources so that they can be located and administered by the name rather than by physical location.

Objects

Object is the basic unit in the Active Directory. It is a apocarpous named set of features that represents something adjective such as a user , printer and the application. A user is also an object. In Exchange a user's features include its name and location , surrounded by other things.

Organization Unit

Organization Unit is a persona in which you can keep objects such as user accounts, groups, computer, printer . applications and other (OU). In organization unit you can assign specific permission to the user's. organization unit can also be used to create departmental limitation.

Domains

Domains is a group of computers and other resources that are part of a network and share a common directory database .Once a server has been installed , you can use the Active Directory Wizard to install Active Directory in order to install Active directory on the first server on the network , that server must have the access to a server running DNS (Domain Name Service). If you don't have install this service on your server then you will have to install this service during the Active Directory installation.. An active directory is a directory structure used on Microsoft Windows based computers and servers to store information and data about networks and domains. It is primarily used for online information and was originally created in 1996 and first used with Windows 2000.

An active directory (sometimes referred to as an AD) does a variety of functions including the ability to provide information on objects, helps organize these objects for easy retrieval and access, allows access by end users and administrators and allows the administrator to set security up for the directory. An active directory can be defined as a hierarchical structure and this structure is usually broken up into three main categories, the resources which might include hardware such as printers, services for end users such as web email servers and objects which are the main functions of the domain and network. It is interesting to note the framework for the objects. Remember that an object can be a piece of hardware such as a printer, end user or security settings set by the administrator. These objects can hold other objects within their file structure. All objects have an ID, usually an object name (folder name). In addition to these objects being able to hold other objects, every object has its own attributes which allows it to be characterized by the information which it contains. Most IT professionals call these setting or characterizations schemas. Depending on the type of schema created for a folder, will ultimately determine how these objects are used. For instance, some objects with certain schemas can not be deleted, they can only be deactivated. Others types of schemas with certain attributes can be deleted entirely. For instance, a user object can be deleted, but the administrator object can not be deleted. When understanding active directories, it is important to know the framework that objects can be viewed at. In fact, an active directory can be viewed at either one of three levels, these levels are called forests, trees or domains. The highest structure is called the forest because you can see all objects included within the active directory. Within the Forest structure are trees, these structures usually hold one or more domains, going further down the structure of an active directory are single domains. To put the forest, trees and domains into perspective, consider the following example. A large organization has many dozens of users and processes. The forest might be the entire network of end users and specific computers at a set location. Within this forest directory are now trees that hold information on specific objects such as domain controllers, program data, system, etc. Within these objects are even more objects which can then be controlled and categorized.
Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services are the foundation for distributed networks built on Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 operating systems that use domain controllers.

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Software and Applications (non-game)
Social Network Websites
Facebook
Windows Server 2008

Do individual applications use different server processes and memory spaces?

If you want to learn information on the different types of bonds, then you should go to investopedia.com. If you want to learn information on a company's particular bond, you should go to either Google Finance or yahoo finance.

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What user must be logged on to a server in order for a virtual machine to run?

With Hyper-V, a virtual machine runs in the background until you connect to it with Hyper-V Manager. A running VM doesn't require using Hyper-V Manager, nor does it require anybody to be logged on to the server.

Page 66 first paragraph of MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration

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Software and Applications (non-game)
Linux
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008

What is LDAP?

LDAP means Light-Weight Directory Access Protocol. It determines how an object in an Active directory should be named. LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a proposed open standard for accessing global or local directory services over a network and/or the Internet. A directory, in this sense, is very much like a phone book. LDAP can handle other information, but at present it is typically used to associate names with phone numbers and email addresses. LDAP directories are designed to support a high volume of queries, but the data stored in the directory does not change very often. It works on port no. 389. LDAP is sometimes known as X.500 Lite. X.500 is an international standard for directories and full-featured, but it is also complex, requiring a lot of computing resources and the full OSI stack. LDAP, in contrast, can run easily on a PC and over TCP/IP. LDAP can access X.500 directories but does not support every capability of X.500 ANSWER B: The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, or LDAP is an application protocol for querying and modifying directory services running over TCP/IP.[1]

A directory is a set of objects with attributes organized in a logical and hierarchical manner. The most common example is the telephone directory, which consists of a series of names (either of persons or organizations) organized alphabetically, with each name having an address and phone number attached.

An LDAP directory tree often reflects various political, geographic, and/or organizational boundaries, depending on the model chosen. LDAP deployments today tend to use Domain name system (DNS) names for structuring the topmost levels of the hierarchy. Deeper inside the directory might appear entries representing people, organizational units, printers, documents, groups of people or anything else that represents a given tree entry (or multiple entries).

Its current version is LDAPv3, which is specified in a series of Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Standard Track Requests for comments (RFCs) as detailed in RFC 4510.

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Spark Plugs and Wires
Ford Focus
Windows Server 2008

How do you change the spark plugs on a 2005 Ford Focus?

u need a wrench or a spark plug socket and maybe an extension.......remove the spark plug wire n start unscrewing the spark plug.....when u install new spark plugs make sure it is gapped to proper specifications,......u can look on the sticker under the hood, install same way u took it off, real easy

on the 2005 and later ford focuses they have coil over, there for- you have to unscrew the bolt holding the coil down, once that bolt is removed, you simply just pull the whole unit up and out, once out you remove the spark plug as u normally would probably with a 6" extension, and the appropriate spark plug socket. and just reverse the process, there quite easy to do.

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Computer Networking
Windows Server 2003
Active Directory
Windows Server 2008

How do i create an active directory implementation plan for a company?

Start of with the structure of the company first. How many users, computers,printers etc are in use and can increase in future so that you dont have to invest in few months again geographical location of the company how robust system needed so failover servers must be there etc

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Active Directory
Windows Server 2008

What authentication protocol is used in Windows Server 2008?

The element defines configuration settings for the Internet Information Services (IIS) 7 Windows authentication module. You can use Windows authentication when your IIS 7 server runs on a corporate network that is using Microsoft Active Directory service domain identities or other Windows accounts to identify users. Because of this, you can use Windows authentication whether or not your server is a member of an Active Directory domain.

Windows authentication (formerly named NTLM, and also referred to as Windows NT Challenge/Response authentication) is a secure form of authentication because the user name and password are hashed before being sent across the network. When you enable Windows authentication, the client browser sends a strongly hashed version of the password in a cryptographic exchange with your Web server.

Windows authentication supports two authentication protocols, Kerberos and NTLM, which are defined in the element. When you install and enable Windows authentication on IIS 7, the default protocol is Kerberos. The element can also contain a useKernelMode attribute that configures whether to use the kernel mode authentication feature that is new to Windows Server 2008.

Windows authentication is best suited for an intranet environment for the following reasons:

  • Client computers and Web servers are in the same domain.
  • Administrators can make sure that every client browser is Internet Explorer 2.0 or later.
  • HTTP proxy connections, which are not supported by NTLM, are not required.
  • Kerberos version 5 requires a connection to Active Directory, which is not feasible in an Internet environment.
New in IIS 7.5

The element was introduced in IIS 7.5, which allows you to configure the settings for the new extended protection features that have been integrated into Windows authentication.

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Windows Server 2008

What are the differences between Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008?

The main difference between 2003 and 2008 is Visualization, management.

In Windows Server 2008, Microsoft is introducing new features and technologies, some of which were not available in Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1), that will help to reduce the power consumption of server and client operating systems, minimize environmental byproducts and increase server efficiency.

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 has been designed with energy efficiency in mind, to provide customers with ready and convenient access to a number of new power saving features. It includes updated support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) processor power management (PPM) features, including support for processor performance states (P-states) and processor idle sleep states on multiprocessor systems. These features simplify power management in Windows Server 2008 (WS08) and can be managed easily across servers and clients using Group Policies.

2008 has more in-build components and updated third party drivers.

Microsoft introduces new feature with 2k8 that is Hyper-V

Windows Server 2008 introduces Hyper-V (V for Virtualization) but only on 64bit versions. More and more companies are seeing this as a way of reducing hardware costs by running several 'virtual' servers on one physical machine.

More information:

1.)

2008 is combination of vista and windows 2003r2. Some new services are introduced in it

1. RODC one new domain controller introduced in it

[Read-only Domain controllers.]

2. WDS (windows deployment services) instead of RIS in 2003 server

3. shadow copy for each and every folders

4.boot sequence is changed

5.installation is 32 bit where as 2003 it is 16 as well as 32 bit, that's why installation of 2008 is faster

6.services are known as role in it

7. Group policy editor is a separate option in ads

2)

The main difference between 2003 and 2008 is Virtualization, management.

2008 has more inbuilt components and updated third party drivers Microsoft introduces new feature with 2k8 that is Hyper-V Windows Server 2008 introduces Hyper-V (V for Virtualization) but only on 64bit versions. More and more companies are seeing this as a way of reducing hardware costs by running several 'virtual' servers on one physical machine. If you like this exciting technology, make sure that you buy an edition of Windows Server 2008 that includes Hyper-V, then launch the Server Manger, add Roles.

3)

In Windows Server 2008, Microsoft is introducing new features and technologies, some of which were not available in Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1), that will help to reduce the power consumption of server and client operating systems, minimize environmental byproducts, and increase server efficiency.

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 has been designed with energy efficiency in mind, to provide customers with ready and convenient access to a number of new power-saving features. It includes updated support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) processor power management (PPM) features, including support for processor performance states (P-states) and processor idle sleep states on multiprocessor systems. These features simplify power management in Windows Server 2008 (WS08) and can be managed easily across servers and clients using Group Policies.

4.

1)2008 is combination of vista and windows 2003r2. Some new services are introduced in it

1. RODC one new domain controller introduced in it

[Read-only Domain controllers.]

2. WDS (windows deployment services) instead of RIS in 2003 server

3. shadow copy for each and every folders

4.boot sequence is changed

5.installation is 32 bit where as 2003 it is 16 as well as 32 bit, that's why installation of 2008 is faster

6.services are known as role in it

7. Group policy editor is a separate option in ads

2) The main difference between 2003 and 2008 is Virtualization, management.

2008 has more inbuilt components and updated third party drivers Microsoft introduces new feature with 2k8 that is Hyper-V Windows Server 2008 introduces Hyper-V (V for Virtualization) but only on 64bit versions. More and more companies are seeing this as a way of reducing hardware costs by running several 'virtual' servers on one physical machine. If you like this exciting technology, make sure that you buy an edition of Windows Server 2008 that includes Hyper-V, then launch the Server Manger, add Roles.

3) In Windows Server 2008, Microsoft is introducing new features and technologies, some of which were not available in Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1), that will help to reduce the power consumption of server and client operating systems, minimize environmental byproducts, and increase server efficiency.

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 has been designed with energy efficiency in mind, to provide customers with ready and convenient access to a number of new power-saving features. It includes updated support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) processor power management (PPM) features, including support for processor performance states (P-states) and processor idle sleep states on multiprocessor systems. These features simplify power management in Windows Server 2008 (WS08) and can be managed easily across servers and clients using Group Policies.

Many features are updated - as security, IIS and RODC.

In security it enable outbound firewall as well as inbound, IIS 7 release, Read only Domain controllers.

1. Virtualization

2. Server Core provides the minimum installation required to carry out a specific server role, such as for a DHCP, DNS or print server.

3. Boot sequence is changed

4. Role-based installation or, services are known as role in it

5. Read Only Domain Controllers (RODC)

6. WDS (windows deployment services) instead of RIS in 2003 server

7. Network Access Protection Microsoft's system for ensuring that clients connecting to Server 2008 are patched, running a firewall and in compliance with corporate security policies.

8. Power Shell Microsoft's new(ish) command line shell and scripting language has proved popular with some server administrators.

9. IIS

10. Bitlocker System drive encryption can be a sensible security measure for servers located in remote branch offices.

5.

The main difference between 2003 and 2008 is Virtualization, management.

2008 has more inbuilt components and updated third party drivers.

Microsoft introduces new feature with 2k8 that is Hyper-V

Windows Server 2008 introduces Hyper-V (V for Virtualization) but only on 64bit versions. More and more companies are seeing this as a way of reducing hardware costs by running several 'virtual' servers on one physical machine. If you like this exciting technology, make sure that you buy an edition of Windows Server 2008 that includes Hyper-V, then launch the Server Manger, add Roles.

Windows Server 2008, formerly codenamed Longhorn, is no leas than 45 times faster than its predecessor, Windows Server 2003, in terms of network transfer speeds. Now whatever the perspective is on Microsoft's last 32-bit server operating system, the fact of the matter is that faster transfer speeds for of up to 45 times is quite an evolution compared to Windows Server 2003. Back in June 2007, Microsoft commissioned a study to the Tally Group focused on the networking performances of its latest Windows client and server operating system, which ended up as the "Enhanced Network Performance with Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008" white paper. The paper pointed to the fact that both Vista and Windows Server 2008 managed to offer "Dramatic network performance benefits".

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History of Ireland
Windows Server 2003
Active Directory
Windows Server 2008

What is the gpo?

In relation to Irish history, G.P.O. means General Post Office, the building outside of which Pearse declared the new republic in 1916.

Also GPO stands for many purpose.

Gazetted Police Officer.

Global Policy Optimization.

Grant and Permission Order.

Grand of Posting Order.

Global Public Organization.

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Microsoft Windows
Internet
Email and IM
Windows Server 2008

What is sn 112 w snt mail live default?

This is the only way for your browser to redirect you to your already logged-in account instead of making you log in again, which would mess up the system

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Software and Applications (non-game)
Google
Windows XP
Windows Server 2008

What is cir driver?

CIR stands for Consumer Infrared. Its driver is a piece of software that enables the infrared hardware on your laptop/desktop to function.

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Computer Hardware
Microsoft Windows
Windows Vista
Windows Server 2008

How do you set up a desktop PC as a server?

**This assumes that your desktop PC is currently used as a personal computer, and you have minimal knowledge with setting up servers.

To set up a desktop PC as a server, you must first decide WHAT you want to serve. You basically run a web server, file server, or game server of any desktop PC - few home servers run on actual server hardware. With the previous answer, running Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 does not make a difference, but if you want advanced abilities offered by Windows Server or Linux/Unix flavors you should consider getting one. Look into it. You cannot run a DFS server, RADIUS server, or Terminal/File Server on Windows XP or it is not advised. For running servers on a Macintosh, consider getting Snow Leopard Server.

Once you have decided what server you will run, download it from a trusted site and set it up by running the script or executable (untarring if you are on Linux) or extract the files into a directory. It could be a folder on your desktop, but preferably on in the C:/Program Files/ directory of your computer.

If it is a webserver, most home ISPs or connections will block incoming Port 80 which is needed to run a standard webserver, and some block Telnet, FTP, or other ports. Use a service like canyouseeme.org to find out.

Once you have determined if your ISP blocks ports, open up the selected port in your computer's firewall such as Windows Firewall. Then open it up in your router or gateway. Do so by going to your web console at http://192.168.1.1, http://192.168.0.1, http://192.168.2.1, or http://10.0.X.X depending on your configuration. Linksys routers use .1.1, Belkin .2.1, and D-Link .0.1 so just look in your routers documentation. If you don't know the password, use the default username and password that you can find online.

Now, check once again to see if the port is open by using such a service. If it still does not open, your ISP might be blocking it. If it did not work before, it might work after unblocking the ports. Or just place your desktop PC in a DMZ.

**NOTE: You might not be able to go to your server using your PUBLIC IP issued by your ISP. Your router might not have loopback and you can only see it locally by using your local IP. To find out your local IP, use command prompt in Windows and type "ipconfig" without the quotes. To find your external ip, go to a website like www.crynetservers.com/ip.html**

You might have to unblock ports in your Vonage box also IF you happen to use that service. Otherwise, bring up the server, and if your router does not have loopback, use a proxy server such as anonymouse.org or get someone to try to connect.

Servers work best running 24/7 to minimize downtime for clients and hardware tends to work without fault that way - except for non-server OSes which seem to sometimes have issues running on long stretches for more than 70 days or so, they seem to have their system file tables in Windows get "confused" in some cases.

Each server is different. Learn about what you want to do, and the best way to learn about servers is just to do it. If you want to run a website but have a dynamic IP or run over another port like 8000 rather than HTTP 80, I recommend No-IP org which allows you to configure a domain over an alternate port and use dynamic DNS services. Look on some online forums for support or if you have issues.

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Cable Internet
Computer Networking
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008

How do you configure proxy using windows 2003 server?

As a prerequisite you need to have set up Group Policy and an Active Directory structure, you also need to have installed the GPMC. Open GPMC and right click policy to edit

This should bring up "Group Policy Editor"

Expand "User Configuration"

Expand "Windows Settings"

Expand "Internet Explorer Maintainace"

Select "Connection"

Double click "Proxy Settings"

Enter proxy server details in top box. This change would apply to all users that share the policy. Solution: Enable Web Proxy Automatic Discovery in Internet Explorer

On Web Proxy client computers running Internet Explorer 5 or later, do the following:

On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.

Click the Connections tab.

Click LAN Settings.

Click to select the Automatically detect settings check box, and then click OK two times.

Enable Web Proxy Automatic Discovery on Firewall Client for ISA Server 2004 Computers

To enable Web Proxy automatic discovery on a Firewall client, do the following:

In the Web Browser tab of the Microsoft Firewall Client for ISA Server 2004 dialog box, select Enable Web browser automatic configuration.

To apply settings immediately, click Configure now.

Enable Automatic Discovery for Firewall Clients in ISA Server 2004

To enable automatic discovery for Firewall clients for ISA Server 2004, do the following:

In the console tree of ISA Server Management, click Configuration, and then click Networks. In the details pane, click the Networks tab.

On the Tasks tab, click Edit Selected Network.

On the Firewall Client tab, select Automatically detect settings, if the client computer should automatically attempt to find the ISA Server computer. Enable Automatic Discovery for Firewall Clients in ISA Server 2000

To enable automatic discovery for Firewall clients for ISA Server 2000, do the following:

In ISA Server Management, click the ISA Server computer name, and then click Client Configuration.

In the details pane, right-click Firewall Client and then click Properties.

On the General tab, select Enable automatic discovery in Firewall Clients.

Create an Option 252 Entry in DHCP

To create an Option 252 entry in DHCP, do the following:

Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DHCP.

In the console tree, right-click the applicable DHCP server, click Set Predefined Options, and then click Add.

In Name, type WPAD.

In Code, type 252.

In Data type, select String, and then click OK.

In String, type http://Computer_Name:Port/wpad.dat where:

Computer_Name is the fully qualified domain name of the ISA Server computer.

Port is the port number on which automatic discovery

\information is published. You can specify any port number. By default ISA Server publishes automatic discovery information on port 8080.

Right-click Server options, and then click Configure options.

Confirm that the Option 252 check box is selected.

Configure Option 252 for a DHCP Scope

To configure an Option 252 entry for a DCHP scope, do the following:

Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DHCP. Right-click Scope Options, and then click Configure Options.

Click Advanced, and then in Vendor Class, click Standard Options.

In Available Options, select the 252 Proxy Autodiscovery check box, and then click OK.

Create a WPAD Entry in DNS

To create a WPAD entry in DNS, do the following:

Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.

In the console tree, right-click the applicable forward lookup zone and click New Alias.

In Alias name, type WPAD.

In Fully qualified name for target host, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the WPAD

Enable and Configure ISA Server 2004 to Listen for Automatic Discovery Requests

To enable and configure ISA Server 2004 to listen for automatic discovery requests, do the following:

In the console tree of ISA Server Management, click Firewall Policy.

In the details pane, select the applicable network (usually Internal).

On the Tasks tab, click Edit Selected Network.

On the Auto Discovery tab, select Publish automatic discovery information.

Enable and Configure ISA Server 2000 to Listen for Automatic Discovery Requests

To enable and configure ISA Server 2000 to listen for automatic discovery requests, do the following:

In the console tree of ISA Server Management, right-click the ISA Server computer name, and then click Properties.

On the Auto Discovery tab, select the Publish automatic discovery information check box.

In Use this port for automatic discovery requests, type the appropriate port number. Note: If you want more information. so you can visit http://www.iyogibusiness.com/

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Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008

Talk about all the AD-related roles in Windows Server 2008 R2?

Windows Server 2008 has five Active directory related roles. below are the list

1. Active Directory Domain Services (Identity): AD DS it provides the functionality of an identity and access (IDA) solution for enterprise networks. It also provides the mechanisms to support, manage, and configure resources in distribution network environments.

2. Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (Applications): AD LDS formerly known as Active directory application mode (ADAM), provides support for directory-enabled applications.

3. Active Directory Certificate Services (Trust): AD CS to set up a certificate authority for issuing digital certificates as a part of a public key infrastructure (PKI) that binds the identity of a person, device or service to corresponding private key. Certificates can be used to authenticate users and computers, provide web-based authentication, support smart card authentication, and support application, including secure wireless n/w, vpn, Ipsec, EFS, and more.

4. Active Directory Rights management Services (Integrity): AD RMS is an information-protection technology that enables you to implement persistent usage policy templates (for documents) that define allowed and unauthorized use whether online, offline, inside, or outside the firewall.

5. Active Directory Federation Services (Partnership): AD FS enable an organization to extend IDA across multiple platforms, including both window and non-windows environments, and to project identity and access rights across security boundaries to trusted partners.

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Windows Server 2008
Active Directory

What are the major changes in AD in Windows Server 2008?

The following changes are available in Windows Server 2008 R2:

  • Active Directory Recycle Bin

    Active Directory module for Windows PowerShell and Windows PowerShellâ„¢ cmdlets

  • Active Directory Administrative Center
  • Active Directory Best Practices Analyzer
  • Active Directory Web Services
  • Authentication mechanism assurance
  • Offline domain join
  • Managed Service Accounts
  • Active Directory Management Pack
  • Bridgehead Server Selection
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Computer Networking
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008

How can you open a port on windows server 2003 firewall?

Please refer to these links http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Security-Configuration-Wizard-Windows-Server-2003-SP1.html

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842242

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Software and Applications (non-game)
Microsoft Windows
Windows XP
Windows Server 2008

How do you open adt file?

To open an adt file, you must use an advantage database driven application, server or utilities.

.adt file=Advantage database file.

Advantage database by Sybase.

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Windows Server 2003
Active Directory
Windows Server 2008

What tool can a server administrator use to view network connections configure a firewall and configure storage on windows server 2008?

server manager

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Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008

Which graphical utility runs in server core?

Date and Time control panel

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Windows 95
Windows Server 2008

Why does Windows Server 2008 come in different versions?

Just as with consumer-oriented versions of Windows, Windows Server comes in several different varieties to accommodate features useful to different types of users. Large businesses are willing to pay dearly for operating systems that support dozens of processors and thousands of users, but a small business would be loathe to pay the same price when all they want is to run a small volume web server. By creating multiple versions with different feature sets, Microsoft is able to maximize their profits by gaining both types of customers.

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Windows Server 2008

What are the advantages and disadvantages of Windows Server 2008?

i think is really hard to understand

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