70-290: MCSE Manual for Dealing with a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment, Upgraded Part 10: Server Organization.


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70-290: MCSE Guide to Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment, Enhanced Chapter 10: Server Administration. Destinations. Recognize the different routines, instruments, and procedures used to deal with a Windows Server 2003 framework
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70-290: MCSE Guide to Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment, Enhanced Chapter 10: Server Administration

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Objectives Distinguish between the different strategies, instruments, and procedures used to deal with a Windows Server 2003 framework Understand and arrange Terminal Services and Remote Desktop for Administration Delegate authoritative power in Active Directory Install, design, and oversee Microsoft Software Update Services Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Network Administration Procedures In a Windows Server 2003 environment, manager will typically be in charge of more than one server A valuable apparatus for chairmen to oversee remote servers is Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Secondary logon is another valuable device for heads Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Windows Server 2003 Management Tools Server shutdown and restart has new elements in Windows Server 2003 Shutdown Event Tracker logs these occasions Can incorporate remarks on why occasions happened Logged as occasion 1074 in Event Viewer framework log Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-1: Restarting Windows Server 2003 Objective: to restart Windows Server 2003 Start  Shut Down  Restart Configure the Shutdown Event Tracker choices Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-2: Viewing Shutdown Events in the Event View System Log Objective: Use Event Viewer to view server shutdown occasions Start  Administrative Tools  Event Viewer  System Look for the shutdown occasion that was produced in the past movement Explore other shutdown occasions Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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The Microsoft Management Console MMC gives a bound together structure to facilitating numerous administration devices (snap-ins) Can include and evacuate administration devices as fundamental and spare custom devices for use by approved executives Console spared as Management Saved Console (MSC) record with .msc augmentation Can center snap-ins to indicate remote customers or servers Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-3: Using the MMC to View Information on a Remote Computer Objective: Use MMC to view framework sign on a remote PC Focus the Event Viewer to interface with another PC from a current MMC Browse the framework and application sign on the remote PC Focus back to the neighborhood PC Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-4: Creating a Taskpad Objective: make a taskpad to improve managerial undertakings A taskpad view gives a graphical representation of the assignments that can be performed in a MMC Create another MMC with an Event Viewer Create and arrange a taskpad view utilizing the New Taskpad View Wizard Save the new MMC Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Secondary Logon Recommendation is for system managers to have two logon accounts One with regulatory rights One with ordinary client rights Secondary logon highlight permits you to sign on with client account, open regulatory devices as an overseer Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-5: Using the Windows Server 2003 Secondary Logon Feature Objective: Use the Run as order to open a project with an auxiliary record Start  Administrative Tools  right-click Event Viewer  Run as Log on with option accreditations in Run As discourse box Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-6: Using the Secondary Logon Feature from the Command Line Objective: To sign on utilizing exchange qualifications from the summon line Start  Run  enter cmd in Open box to open an order brief Enter summon line type of runas to open the Event Viewer as guided in the activity Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Network Troubleshooting Processes Need a precise way to deal with investigating Recommended steps Define the issue Gather itemized data about what has changed Devise an arrangement to tackle the issue Implement the arrangement and watch the outcomes Document all progressions and results Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Define the Problem Indication of an issue is regularly A general protestation from a client A mistake message Ask inquiries of client Try to reproduce the issue in a test To translate blunder messages, use net utility At order brief, sort NET HELPMSG number Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Gather Detailed Information About What Has Changed Factors to consider incorporate Any new parts introduced as of late? Who has entry to PC? Have they rolled out any improvements? Any product or administration patches introduced as of late? Manual for MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Devise a Plan to Solve the Problem Important contemplations when contriving an arrangement: Interruptions to network or its segments (e.g., restarts) Possible changes to network security approach Need to report all progressions and investigating steps Be certain to incorporate a rollback technique in the event that arrangement doesn\'t work Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Implement the Plan; Observe Results; Document All Changes and Results Notify clients if system accessibility will be influenced Do not roll out excessively numerous setup improvements at one time If arrangement doesn\'t work, record what was done and begin again Document all investigating strides, results, and design changes Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Configuring Terminal Services and Remote Desktop for Administration Two administrations that give remote access to a server desktop Terminal administrations permits clients to interface keeping in mind the end goal to run applications Remote Desktop for Administration permits a head to associate so as to run authoritative administrations Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Enabling Remote Desktop for Administration Installed consequently as a piece of Windows Server 2003 Disabled as a matter of course Once empowered, just Administrators gathering can associate as a matter of course Additional clients can be conceded access Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-7: Enabling and Testing Remote Desktop for Administration Objective: To empower and test Remote Desktop for Administration Start  Control Panel  System  Remote tab Enable Remote Desktop for Administration on the server as coordinated in the action Connect to the server utilizing the Remote Desktop Connection instrument Disconnect leaving session open and afterward separate shutting the session Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Installing Terminal Services Installed from Add/Remove Windows Components of Add or Remove Programs (in Control Panel) To set up a Terminal server, one Windows Server 2003 server in system must be designed as a Terminal Services authorizing server Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-8: Installing Terminal Services Objective: To introduce Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services on a server Start  Control Panel  Add or Remove Programs  Add/Remove Windows Components Use the Windows Components Wizard to introduce Terminal Server as guided Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Managing Terminal Services Three essential apparatuses for Terminal Services organization: Terminal Services Manager Terminal Services Configuration Terminal Services Licensing Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Configuring Remote Connection Settings Primary device is Terminal Services Configuration Settings identified with association endeavors Settings identified with consents of client or gathering accounts Configured from properties of a Terminal Server association object: 1 object for different client associations Settings include: Authentication (none or standard Windows) Encryption (customer good or high) Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Configuring Remote Connection Settings (proceeded with) Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-9: Exploring Terminal Services Settings Objective: to investigate and arrange Terminal Services settings Start  Administrative Tools  Terminal Services Configuration Browse and arrange settings as guided in the movement Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Terminal Services Client Software Terminal Server envelope containing customer programming bundles: %Systemroot%\system32\clients\tsclient\win32 Contains documents to introduce Remote Desktop Connection Provided as both MSI document and Win32 executable Share organizer and start establishment handle either physically or through Group Policy sending Pre-introduced on Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Installing Applications must be introduced in a mode for various clients perfect with Terminal Server(install mode) Use Add or Remove Programs applet in Control Panel after Terminal Server is introduced Can likewise put Windows Server 2003 in introduce mode from charge line Change client/introduce to start Change client/execute when completed May need to reinstall a few applications Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Configuring Terminal Services User Properties Terminal Server adds four tabs to properties of client records Terminal Services Profile – client can design an exceptional association profile and home index Remote control – arranges remote control properties for a client account Sessions – designs a most extreme session time and disengage choices Environment – arranges a project to run naturally when client associates with terminal server Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Activity 10-10: Exploring Terminal Services User Account Settings Objective: Explore Terminal Services client account settings utilizing Active Directory Users and Computers Start  Administrative Tools  Active Directory Users and Computers  Users Explore the settings on the four Terminal Services tabs: Terminal Services Profile, Remote control, Sessions, and Environment Guide to MCSE 70-290, Enhanced

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Delegating Administrative Authority Active Directory is a database and must be ensured Uses authorizations like NTFS record authorization

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