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Microsoft Windows
Server 2008,
Server Administration

Introduction to
Windows Server 2008

Windows Server 2008 Platforms


Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition



Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition



Windows Web Server 2008



Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition



Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems



Server 2008 Standard, Enterprise and Datacenter are available both with and without Hyper-V

Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition


Fundamental Server version upon which all other versions are based



Can be used on x86 and x64 computers



Up to 4GB RAM on x86 and 32GB RAM on x64



Supports symmetric multiprocessor computers



Supports .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET



Virtualization is possible through Hyper-V

Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition


Designed for high-end servers



Up to 64GB RAM on x86 and 2TB RAM on x64



Clustering is enabled



Hot-add memory



Fault tolerant memory sync



Microsoft Metadirectory Services

Windows Web Server 2008


Designed for hosting and deploying Web services and applications



Supports multiple processors



Optimized to run Microsoft Internet Information Services



Supports .NET Framework tools and XML Web services



Up to 4GB RAM on x86 and 32GB RAM on x64



Cannot host Active Directory or use Hyper-V

Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition



Designed for mission-critical applications and very large databases



Supports clusters with up to 16 computers



For SMP computers, up to 64 processors can be used



Hot-add memory



Hot-add processor and hot-replace processor



Up to 64GB RAM on x86 and 2TB RAM on x64

Server 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems


Designed for resource-intensive applications



Itanium processor is a unique, high performance 64-bit processor



Can scale up to 512 processors



Up to 2TB RAM



Hot-add memory



Hot-add and replace processor



Clustering with up to 8 computers

Windows Server 2008 Features



Server Manager



Windows Powershell



Security



Virtualization



Clustering



Reliability



Enhanced Web services



Multitasking



Windows Server Core



Multithreading

Windows Server 2008 Networking Models



Peer-to-peer networking



Server-based networking

Protocols for Windows Server 2008


Transmission Control Protocol



Internet Protocol



Internet Protocol Version 6



Static vs. dynamic addressing



Default gateway AKA router



Name resolution



Address resolution protocol

Installing Windows
Server 2008

Preparing for Installation


Identify hardware requirements and
compatibility



Choose a computer name



Determine whether to install Server
Core or the full version



Determine disk partitioning options



Understand the file system



Identify the server roles to implement



Determine upgrade options





Plan user licensing

Determine the immediate
preparations



Determine domain or workgroup
membership

Server Roles


Active Directory Certificate Services Role



Fax Server Role



Active Directory Domain Services Role



File Services Role



Active Directory Federation Services



Hyper-V Role



Active Directory Lightweight Directory
Services



Network Policy & Access Services Role



Print Services Role



Terminal Services Role



Active Directory Rights Management
Services Role



Application Server Role



UDDI Services Role



DHCP Server Role
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