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Managing Windows Server 2008 R2. Technical Overview. Agenda. Today’s IT management challenges Streamlined management in Windows Server ® 2008 R2 Overview of Windows Server 2008 management features A closer look at Windows PowerShell™. Today’s IT Management Challenges.

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  • Today’s IT management challenges
  • Streamlined management in Windows Server® 2008 R2
  • Overview of Windows Server 2008 management features
  • A closer look at Windows PowerShell™
today s it management challenges
Today’s IT Management Challenges
  • Increasing demands for IT
    • Reliance on technology for critical operations
    • Always available, from anywhere
  • Increasing complexity
    • Adding capabilities adds management burden
    • Most IT cost is managing existing systems
  • Trends of the future magnify challenges
    • Move to data centers – large scale, virtualization, remote management
    • Outsourcing – lower skilled, high turnover users
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Managing Windows Server 2008 R2
  • New and improved consoles
  • Windows Deployment Services
  • Server migration
  • Best Practices Analyzer
  • Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor
  • Windows® virtualization management
  • Windows power management
  • Active Directory® and identity management
  • Windows PowerShell
windows deployment services
Windows Deployment Services
  • Driver provisioning
  • Multicasting
  • VHD support
  • Image multicasting
  • IPv6 support
  • Extensible firmware interface
server migration
Server Migration
  • The most common way of adding new servers to an existing environment
  • Today it is time consuming and error-prone
  • Migration guides provide detailed instructions for supported roles
    • Preparation, migration, and verification
    • Target roles: File, DHCP, Active Directory, DNS, Print
  • Migration cmdlets help migrate:
    • Core OS settings: Local Users and Local Group Memberships, Networking, Data/Share migration
    • Data and settings for top roles: File, DHCP
best practices analyzer
Best Practices Analyzer
  • Reduces improperly configured servers
  • Validates configuration information
  • Enhances infrastructure reliability
  • Improves server compliance
  • Provides corrective action advice
  • Knowledge grows over time
  • Supports command line scan
windows reliability and performance monitor
Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor
  • Consolidates several stand-alone tools
  • Easily customize data collection and event trace sessions
  • Provides reliability monitoring functionality
  • Performs diagnostic reporting
hyper v virtualization management
Hyper-V Virtualization Management
  • Supports Open VHD format
  • Permits management through WMI
  • Exposes performance counters
  • Support critical failure notification
  • Supports Guest Operating Systems
  • Permits the backup of running VMs
  • Integrated Shadow Copy
  • Supports point-in-time snapshots
windows server power management
Windows Server Power Management
  • Helps control costs
  • Improves design and implementation methods
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 makes power management easy
  • Supported by:
    • Virtualization
    • Automatic power management features
    • Manual features to measure power use and manage power configurations
active directory and identity management
Active Directory and Identity Management
  • Active Directory server role enhancements
    • New forest functional level
    • Windows PowerShell management
    • Microsoft System Center Management Pack
  • Active Directory Administrative Center
    • Recycle Bin
    • Offline domain join
    • Managed service accounts
  • Active Directory Federated Services update
    • Authentication assurance
windows powershell
Windows PowerShell
  • Designed to reduce the cost and effort required to manage your IT infrastructure
  • Easy to adopt, easy to support, and easy to share
  • Created to help standardize and automate all your management processes, improving administrator efficiency and minimizing human error
  • Now includes the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) graphical interface
  • Support for transactions enables you to group commands and treat them as a single task
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Windows PowerShell
  • Revolutionary interactive shell and scripting language
  • Included in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7
  • Suports Script Remoting
  • Reduces the time-to-results with consistent vocabulary and syntax
  • Provides asynchronous execution
  • Supports Eventing
  • Allows delegated and consistent management
  • Improved Server Role Coveage
  • Contains a Cmdlet-based debugger
  • Utilizes the .NET Framework
  • Supports transactions
  • Hundreds available cmdlets
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 is a significant advance in streamlining IT management
  • Improvements include:
    • New and improved consoles
    • Best Practices Analyzer
    • Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor
    • Enhanced virtualization management
    • Enhanced power management
    • Extended identity management
    • Windows PowerShell

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