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Setting up Your Network for Microsoft Windows XP Professional Roll Out David Williams Dixon Support Professional Platform Support Microsoft Corporation

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Comparison – Windows 2000 Professional Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional versus Windows XP Professional Windows 2000 Pro least necessities are like Windows 98

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Comparison – Windows XP Professional

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Comparison – Windows XP Professional (2) Different overhaul alternatives from Windows 2000 Can move up to Windows XP just from: Microsoft Windows NT® 4.0 Workstation Windows 98/98se/ME Windows 2000 Professional Windows XP Home Edition

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Upgrading – Recommended Steps BIOS redesigns Can more often than not be found on the motherboard\'s maker\'s Web webpage Use equipment prescribed on the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) http://www.microsoft.com/hcl/

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Application Compatibility Identify applications your association utilizes Four choices to address: Reinstall after redesign Install perfect renditions of the applications Use relocation dynamic connection libraries Run the AppCompat device

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Application Compatibility (2) Description of the AppCompat device in Windows XP http://support.microsoft.com/registry/article.asp?ID=KB;EN-US;Q294895 Application Compatibility Toolkit http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/nhp/Default.asp?contentid=28000911 Compatibility Updates accessible on WindowsUpdate.com Compatible projects can be found on the Windows Catalog website http://www.microsoft.com/windows/index/

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Deployment Options Bootable CD-ROM Unattended introduce Sysprep Remote Installation Services (RIS) Systems Management Server (SMS)

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Deployment Options (2)

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Deployment Options – Bootable CD Advantages of a bootable CD Client doesn\'t require system availability Definitely speedier than introducing over a system Disadvantages of a bootable CD Custom pictures may not fit on CD Requires a manual establishment at every PC

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Deployment Options – Unattended Advantages of unattended Scripts can spare time and cash by dispensing with the requirement for heads to collaborate with every PC amid establishment Automates arrangement on various machines on the double Disadvantages of unattended Client PC must be designed with El-Torito No Emulation CD-ROM Requires production of a boot floppy to interface with system Winnt.sif must be accessible on the floppy plate

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Deployment Options – Sysprep Create a picture of Windows XP Professional for sending Reference and destination PCs must: Have good HALS Have indistinguishable ACPI support Have drivers accessible for Plug and Play gadgets Deploying MS Windows 2000 Professional and MS Office 2000 Using Sysprep http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/TechNet/prodtechnol/windows2000pro/convey/depopt/sysprep.asp

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Deployment Options – Sysprep (2) Advantages of Sysprep Reduces organization time in light of the fact that both the working framework and different applications can be introduced on the double Creates institutionalized desktops Minimizes the sit tight time for Plug and Play Disadvantages of Sysprep Cannot be utilized for redesigns Original working framework and all information will be wiped off hard drive

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Deployment Options – RIS Remote Installation Services Allows for a clean introduce of Windows XP Pro Simultaneously conveys on numerous customers Has mechanized or client required info Can redo and control end-client info Can control choices with Group Policies There is no physical media dissemination

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Deployment Options – RIS (2) BINL – Boot Information Negotiation Layer PXE – Preboot Execution Enviroment Cannot update with RIS Requires Active Directory™ for customer approval

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Deployment Options – SMS Systems Management Server Automates the overhauling of the working framework on customer PCs Manages a great many customer PCs with the SMS incorporated devices

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Deployment Options – SMS (2) Advantages of Systems Management Server Upgrades without client intercession Sets arrangement strategies Automatic burden adjusting between circulation focuses takes into consideration simultaneous redesigns Centralizes control of redesigns Disadvantages of Systems Management Server SMS ought to as of now be utilized on your system before arrangement Can just update Windows-based customers

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Name Resolution DNS – Domain Name Service WINS – Windows Internet Naming Service NetBIOS – legacy name to IP determination LMHOST – static document utilized for name determination regularly on more established systems, or for remote name determination

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DNS Server – empowers name determination over a system by noting questions and redesign demands DNS customer – determines and stores DNS names; required for finding assets utilizing DNS names

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DNS (2) Active Directory reconciliation More accessible name determination More solid name determination Secure element overhaul – When a customer upgrades the DNS database, that customer turns into the selective proprietor for that record. This keeps whatever other customer or pernicious assailant from altering the records with that name.

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DNS (3) Troubleshooting DNS NSLookup – use to perform DNS inquiries and look at the substance of zone documents IPConfig – view DNS customer settings, show and flush the resolver reserve, power dynamic overhaul customer to enlist its DNS records Event Viewer – Logs blunders with the Windows 2000 working framework, and logs occasions in DNS administration DNS server mistakes signed in DNS Server Event Viewer DNS customer mistakes signed in the framework log

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DNS (4) Troubleshooting DNS log – turn on all logging alternatives on your DNS server in the DNS MMC

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DNS (5) Q291382 – "Every now and again Asked Questions About Windows 2000 DNS" Q298448 – "Windows 2000 DNS and Active Directory Information and Technical Resources" Q200525 – "Utilizing NSlookup.exe"

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WINS Enables NetBIOS name determination WINS server – handles name enrollment or discharge demands from WINS customers; reacts to name inquiries from WINS customers WINS customer – inquiries the WINS server for remote name determination

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Troubleshooting WINS Check for suitable records 1Ch – speaks to a gathering passage that contains a rundown of area controllers 1B – contains the location of the essential space controller or PDC emulator Use Nbtstat – RR to constrain discharge and reestablish of all NetBIOS administrations connected with the WINS customer

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NetBIOS NetBT – TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service Enable NetBIOS over TCP/IP in the Advanced TCP/IP Settings of your Network Connection in Windows XP

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Browsing Computer program – keeps up a rundown of PCs on your system Domain expert program – of course, the essential area controller for a space is the space expert program Collects and keeps up the expert scan rundown of accessible servers for its area Distributes and synchronizes the expert peruse list for expert programs on different subnets that have a place with its area

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Browsing (2) Master program – gathers a rundown of accessible system servers in its subnet Replicates with the space expert program Distributes to reinforcement programs on its subnet Backup program – gets a duplicate of the skim rundown from the expert program and disseminates to different PCs upon solicitation

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Browsing Troubleshooting Browstat – used to investigate skimming issues Example: "browstat getpdc 1 mydomain" would give back the name of the pdc "browstat status" gives back the names of the expert program and the reinforcement programs "browstat choose 1 mydomain" to compel decisions Q188305 – "Investigating the Microsoft Computer Browser Service" http://support.microsoft.com/bolster/kb/Articles/q188/3/05.asp

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LMHOST LMHOSTS documents were make to help with remote NetBIOS name determination #PRE – added after a section to precipitate that passage to be preloaded #DOM – partners the passage with the space #INCLUDE – indicates a concentrated LMHOSTS record

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LMHOST (2) Q180094 – "How to Write a LMHOSTS File for Domain Validation and Other Name Resolution Issues" Create a content document named LMHOSTS and spot it in %SystemRoot%\System32\Drivers\Etc Add the accompanying sections: PDCName #PRE #DOM:Domain-name "Domain-name \0x1b" #PRE

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DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DHCP customer – registers and redesigns IP location and DNS names DHCP server – assigns IP addresses and permits the design of system settings, for example, DNS, WINS, subnet veil, and default entryway

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DHCP (2) Scope setup – guarantee that the degree coordinates the quantity of hosts Scope choices – utilized when particular choices apply to one and only extension Server choices – utilized when particular choices apply to all degrees

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DHCP (3) Recommended scope choices 3 – switch or default door 6 – DNS server 15 – area name 44 – WINS server 46 – WINS hub sort

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DHCP (4) Troubleshooting

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Joining the Domain Finding the space controller Verify that the right area or workgroup is determined Check for the right TCP/IP choices on the customer machine Ping the area controller by name or FQDN Ping by IP address

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Joining the Domain (2) Firewalls must permit particular port movement crosswise over WAN connections for joining area and space trusts RPC TCP/135 LDAP TCP/UDP 389 LDAP SSL TCP 636 LDAP GC 3268 LDAP GC SSL 3269 DNS TCP/UDP 53 Kerberos TCP/UDP 88 SMB TCP 445 Firewalls must permit activity for areas, and trusts crosswise over WAN connections

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Product Activation Q302806 – "Portrayal of Microsoft Product Activation" http://support.microsoft.com/bolster/kb/Articles/q302/8/06.asp WPA – utilizes port 80 and 443 Test your program for open ports with http://www.m

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