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Chapter 1. INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003. CHAPTER OVERVIEW. Identify the key differences among the Windows Server 2003 editions. Install Windows Server 2003. Create a domain controller. Identify the key structures and concepts of Active Directory. WINDOWS SERVER 2003 EDITIONS.

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    1. Chapter 1 INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003

    2. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 CHAPTER OVERVIEW • Identify the key differences among the Windows Server 2003 editions. • Install Windows Server 2003. • Create a domain controller. • Identify the key structures and concepts of Active Directory.

    3. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 WINDOWS SERVER 2003 EDITIONS • Web Edition • Standard Edition • Enterprise Edition • Datacenter Edition

    4. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    5. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 WEB EDITION • Single-purpose Web server platform • Limit of 10 inbound SMB connections • Support for up to two processors and up to 2 GB of RAM

    6. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 STANDARD EDITION • Designed as a departmental server or for smaller organizations • Multipurpose server platform • Supports up to four processors and 4 GB of RAM

    7. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ENTERPRISE EDITION • Server platform for medium- to large-sized businesses • Supports up to eight processors and 32 GB of RAM • Eight-node clustering support through Microsoft Clustering Services

    8. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 DATACENTER EDITION • Designed for high-end, high-traffic application servers • Supports up to 32 processors and 64 GB of RAM • Does not include ICF or ICS

    9. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 64-BIT EDITIONS

    10. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 INSTALLING WINDOWS SERVER 2003

    11. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ACTIVATING WINDOWS SERVER 2003

    12. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 CONFIGURING WINDOWS SERVER 2003

    13. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 SERVER ROLES • File server • Print server • Application server

    14. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 SERVER ROLES (CONT.) • Mail server • Terminal Services server • Remote Access/VPN server • Domain contoller

    15. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 SERVER ROLES (CONT.) • DNS server • DHCP server • Streaming media server • WINS server

    16. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 CREATE A DOMAIN CONTROLLER

    17. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 AN ACTIVE DIRECTORY PRIMER • Standards-based, LDAP-compliant directory services system. • Hierarchical structure provides organizational and administrative benefits. • Directory services database can be distributed across multiple servers to provide fault tolerance and increase performance.

    18. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 AN ACTIVE DIRECTORY PRIMER (CONT.) • Active Directory database is stored in the \WINDOWS\NTDS directory on each domain controller. • A repository for objects and resources, including user accounts, group accounts, computer accounts, and printers. • Each object has a set of properties that is also stored in Active Directory.

    19. Domains : Provide administrative and security boundaries Allow resources to be grouped logically Can contain Organizational Units ( OU ' s ) to further organize resources Domain Controller Contoso . com Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 DOMAINS AND DOMAIN CONTROLLERS

    20. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 DOMAINS, TREES, AND FORESTS • Domain • Administrative unit of Active Directory • Tree • A collection of one or more domains • Forest • A collection of one or more trees

    21. contoso . com us . contoso . com europe . contoso . com Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ACTIVE DIRECTORY TREE

    22. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ACTIVE DIRECTORY FOREST

    23. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 OBJECTS AND ATTRIBUTES • Objects • Users, groups, printers, computers • Attributes • Names, phone numbers, locations

    24. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 CONTAINERS AND LEAVES • Containers • Domains, organizational units (OUs), groups • Leaves • Users, printers, computers

    25. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 GROUP POLICY • Group policy objects • Collections of hundreds of possible configuration settings. • Can be applied to users, computers, and OUs. • Policy applied at one level can override policy applied at another level.

    26. Chapter 1: INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 SUMMARY • Windows Server 2003 is available in Web Edition, Standard Edition, Enterprise Edition, and Datacenter Edition. • The Manage Your Server page and the Configure Your Server Wizard make it easy to configure a Windows Server 2003 system to perform specific roles. • Active Directory is a domain-based enterprise directory service that consists of objects, which are themselves composed of attributes. • The Active Directory hierarchy is formed using forests, trees, domains, and organizational units. Permissions, rights, and group policy settings all flow downward in the hierarchy.