Part 8: Network Operating Systems and Windows Server 2003-Based Networking Network+ Guide to Networks Third EditionSlide 2
Objectives: Discuss the capacities and elements of a system working framework Define the necessities for a Windows Server 2003 system environment Describe how Windows Server 2003 fits into an endeavor wide systemSlide 3
Objectives (proceeded with) Perform a straightforward Windows Server 2003 establishment Manage basic client, gathering, and rights parameters in Windows Server 2003 Understand how Windows Server 2003 coordinates with other famous system working frameworksSlide 4
Introduction to Network Operating Systems Centrally oversee system assets Secure access to network Allow remote clients to join Allow clients to interface with different systems Back up information and verify itâs accessible Allow for basic increases of customers and assets Monitor status and usefulness of system components Distribute projects and programming overhauls to customers Ensure proficient utilization of a serverâs abilities Provide adaptation to internal failureSlide 5
Introduction to Network Operating Systems (kept) Selecting a Network Operating System Compatible with existing foundation? Give the security needed by assets? Will specialized staff oversee it adequately? Will applications run easily on it?Slide 6
Introduction to Network Operating Systems (kept) Selecting a Network Operating System Will it oblige future development? Does it bolster the extra administrations clients require? Does it fit spending plan? What extra preparing will it require? Support from its producer?Slide 7
Introduction to Network Operating Systems (proceeded with) Network Operating Systems and Servers what number customers will interface with the server? What sorts of utilizations will keep running on the server? What amount of storage room will every client need? What amount of downtime, if any, is satisfactory? What can the association manage?Slide 8
Network Operating System Services and Features Client Support Creating and overseeing customer records Enabling customers to join with the system Allowing customers to share assets Managing clientsâ access to shared assets Facilitating correspondence between customersSlide 9
Network Operating System Services and Features (proceeded with) Client/Server Communication Credentials-client name and secret key Redirector-blocks the solicitation Authentication-coordinating qualificationsSlide 10
Network Operating System Services and Features (proceeded with) Users and Groups Access a customer (or client) has relies on upon client record and gatherings appointedSlide 11
Network Operating System Services and Features (kept) Identifying and Organizing Network Elements Directory LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) Object Attributes Schema Containers, or Organizational Units (OUs).Slide 12
Network Operating System Services and Features (kept) Sharing Applications Ability to share assets, diminishing expenses and time needed to deal with the assets Sharing Printers Increase the effectiveness of overseeing assets and decrease costs for an associationSlide 13
Network Operating System Services and Features (kept) Sharing Printers All NOSs can Create an article that recognizes the printer to whatever remains of the system Assign the printer a special name Install drivers connected with the printer Set printer characteristics, for example, area and printing inclinationsSlide 14
Network Operating System Services and Features (kept) Sharing Printers All NOSs can (proceeded with) Establish or limit access to the printer Remotely test and screen printer usefulness Update and keep up printer drivers Manage print employments, including adjusting a jobâs need or erasing occupations from the lineSlide 15
Network Operating System Services and Features (kept) Managing System Resources Memory Physical memory and Virtual memory Multitasking Preemptive multitasking Multiprocessing Processing and ThreadsSlide 16
Introduction to Windows Server 2003 Four distinctive, yet related NOSs: Standard Edition Web Edition Enterprise Edition Datacenter EditionSlide 17
Why Choose Windows Server 2003? General advantages, Standard Edition Support for different processors, multitasking, and symmetric multiprocessing Active Directory Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Integrated Web advancement and conveyance administrations Support for present day conventions and securitySlide 18
Why Choose Windows Server 2003? (proceeded with) General advantages, Standard Edition Excellent combination with NOSs and backing for customer working frameworks Integrated remote customer administrations Provisions for checking and enhancing server execution Support for elite, substantial scale stockpiling gadgetsSlide 19
Windows Server 2003 Hardware Requirements Servers by and large oblige additionally preparing force, memory, and hard circle space than do customer workstations The Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) records every single PC part turned out to be good with Windows Server 2003.Slide 20
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2003 Memory Model Can utilize virtual memory Assigns every application (or procedure) its own particular 32-bit memory range Allows you to introduce more physical memorySlide 21
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (proceeded with) Windows Server 2003 File Systems FAT (File Allocation Table) FAT16 & FAT32 CDFS (CD-ROM File System) and UDF (Universal Disk Format) NTFS (New Technology File System)Slide 22
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (proceeded) Microsoft Management Console (MMC) All managerial apparatuses are coordinated into a solitary interface Purpose is to accumulate numerous authoritative instruments into an advantageous console for your system surroundingsSlide 23
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (proceeded with) Active Directory Workgroups Group of interconnected PCs that share each otherâs assets Domains Domain model Domain controllers Member servers.Slide 24
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A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (proceeded with) Active Directory (cont.) Organizational Units NOSs use authoritative units (OUs) to hold different articles that have comparable attributes Windows Server 2003 OU can contain more than 10 million itemsSlide 27
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (proceeded)Slide 28
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (proceeded with) Trees and Forests Domain tree Root space Child areas Forest Collection of one or more space treesSlide 29
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (proceeded with) Trust Relationships Two-way transitive trust Explicit restricted trustSlide 30
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A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003 (kept) Naming Conventions Distinguished name (DN) Relative recognized name (RDN) User key name (UPN)Slide 33
A Closer Look at Windows Server 2003Slide 34
Planning for Installation Create an arrangement for your server and its place in your system Consider numerous components, including hierarchical structure, server capacity, applications, number of clients, LAN construction modeling, and discretionary administrationsSlide 35
Installing and Configuring a Windows Server 2003 Server The Installation Process Can introduce from a CD-ROM or remotely over the system Initial Configuration Server still isnât prepared to bolster customers You must design the productSlide 36
Installing and Configuring a Windows Server 2003 Server (kept) Establishing Users and Groups Installation procedure makes two records: Guest constrained benefits Administrator broad benefitsSlide 37
Internetworking with Other Network Operating Systems (proceeded with) Windows Server 2003 can speak with any sort of customer and, given the correct programming and setup, with the other major NOSsSlide 38
Chapter Summary Functions and elements of a system working framework Define the prerequisites for a Windows Server 2003 system environment Describe how Windows Server 2003 fits into an endeavor wide systemSlide 39
Chapter Summary (proceeded with) Perform a straightforward Windows Server 2003 establishment Manage basic client, gathering, and rights parameters in Windows Server 2003 Understand how Windows Server 2003 coordinates with other well known system working frameworks .:tslides
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