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#1 servelite

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 09:07 AM

Hey, friend i want to know how to mange properly Windows Server.

can any one help me 



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#2 Uselesslight

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Posted 12 March 2015 - 05:30 PM

Specifically what do you want to know?



#3 Wand3r3r

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Posted 19 March 2015 - 09:35 PM

I would suggest you start with buying a book on the server version you are working with and reading it.  Its a very good start to understanding how to maintain complex systems.



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Posted 10 April 2015 - 08:06 AM

Use VMware it's amazing for experimenting. Create a DC and maybe 3 clients learn how to set up DHCP scopes, Active Directory, DNS and everything else on the DC.



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Posted 08 June 2015 - 12:50 PM

Use VMware it's amazing for experimenting. Create a DC and maybe 3 clients learn how to set up DHCP scopes, Active Directory, DNS and everything else on the D

 

I actually just set that up on Saturday with win server 2008.

I am learning a bit about the Server but I, along with this fellow who started the post, would like some pointers.

First of all, What is DC???

Second, If i set up DHCP scopes on my VM Server 2008, am I going to mess anything up on my REAL network. 

and by scopes you mean like 192.168.1.5 - 192.168.1.25, right? like that would be the addresses DHCP has available to assign addresses to devices, correct?


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#6 JohnnyJammer

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Posted 09 June 2015 - 01:07 AM

Dc =  Domain Controllers which are used to create object containers such as users/computers etc etc.

 

No DHCP scope will effect your host computer.

yes scopes are like DHCP poicies, each scope might only have 30 Ip's to be leased.

 

Look for soke CBT Nugget videos, i think they did some Server Administration videos a while back.



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Posted 09 June 2015 - 02:39 PM

I will look for those CBT Nugget vids on my torrent site. Currently I am reading "Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration"

Its a MS Certified exam book. I found it on craigslist!

So I noticed that on my virtual server my ip's are all starting with 10.#.#.# but on my actual network from my physical machine the ip's are 192.#.#.#.

Why is it like that?


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Posted 09 June 2015 - 06:27 PM

Thats fine, 10.*.*.* is class A and 192.*.*.* is Class C






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