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Windows Server : Managing the Terminal Services - RDP Permissions
Managing the terminal services includes various tasks such as assigning RDP permissions, configuring connection limits, session time limits, assigning session permissions, viewing process, monitoring sessions, logging off users, disconnect sessions, and resetting the terminal services.
Windows Server : Configuring TS Remote Desktop Web Connection
TS Remote Desktop Web connection is a feature of TS Web Access that allows remote users to connect to a remote desktop, taking full control of the remote system instead of just accessing the remote applications
Windows Server : Configuring TS Web Access
TS Web Access enables you to make RemoteApp programs appear as a link on the Web site and make them available to remote users. TS Web Access also provides direct access to remote access through the Web browsers.
Windows Server : Configuring TS RemoteApp
Configuring TS RemoteApp includes installing applications in a terminal-server aware mode (on the Terminal Server), enabling remote control configuration, configuring application parameters, adding users, and publishing it on TS Web for Web access.
Windows Server 2003 : The Terminal Services Gateway (part 2)
TS Connection Authorization Policy (TS CAP) defines who can connect to a TS Gateway server. Unless clients meet these requirements, connection to the TS Gateway server is not allowed.
Windows Server 2003 : The Terminal Services Gateway (part 1)
Terminal Services Gateway helps administrators to enable remote users to access the corporate applications without a need to setup a VPN. Users with the RDC client can connect to internal network resources securely.
Windows Server 2008 : Disaster Scenario Troubleshooting
When an organization is faced with a network outage, the impact can affect a small set of users, an entire office, or the entire company. When a network outage occurs, the network administrators should perform the following tasks:
Windows Server 2008 : Recovering from a Disaster - When Disasters Strike
When a failure or disaster strikes is when not only having, but also following, a disaster recovery plan is most important. Having a procedure or checklist to follow allows all involved parties to be on the same page and understand what steps are being taken to rectify the situation.
Windows Server 2008 : Ongoing Backup and Recovery Preparedness
Creating and documenting processes that detail how to properly back up and recover from a disaster is an essential step in a disaster recovery project. Equally important as creating these processes is periodically reviewing, validating, and updating the processes.
Windows Server 2003 : Restoring Active Directory
In the same way that System State components can be backed up only as a single logical group, individual components of the System State cannot be restored individually. As such, an administrator cannot choose to restore Active Directory without also restoring the registry, COM+ Class Registration database, system boot files, and so forth.
Windows Server 2003 : Backing Up Active Directory
An important part of backing up Active Directory data involves performing preliminary tasks to ensure that your backup device and media will function correctly.
Windows Server 2003 : Managing Schema Modifications
In Active Directory environments, the schema is the storage location for the definitions of all objects that can be created in the directory. All objects stored in Active Directory are associated with object classes and attributes.
Windows Server 2008 : Perform a Full Server Recovery of a Domain Controller by Using the Command Line
To perform a full server recovery on a domain controller by using the command line, perform the followings steps
Windows Server 2008 : Perform a Full Server Recovery of a Domain Controller by Using the Windows Interface
To perform a full server recovery on a domain controller by using the Windows interface, perform the followings steps
Windows Server 2008 : Create Active Directory Objects
The creation of objects (computer, contact, group, OU, printer user, and so on) can all be handled with the tool Active Directory Users and Computers. To open this tool, you select Start, Administrative Tools, Active Directory Users and Computers. You then see a hierarchy of items under your domain.
Windows Server 2008 : Promote Servers as Domain Controllers
An Active Directory domain begins with the installation of a single DC. To ensure that the first controller will work, however, you might need to make decisions about your DNS infrastructure. If you have one already, you need to ensure that it is ready for Active Directory. If you do not have one, you may choose to install DNS when you install your first DC.
Windows Server 2008 : Schedule Regular Full Server Backups of a Domain Controller by Using the Command Line
To schedule a regular full server backup of a domain controller by using the command line, perform the following steps:
Windows Server 2008 : Schedule Regular Full Server Backups of a Domain Controller by Using the Windows Interface
To schedule a regular full server backup of a domain controller by using the Windows interface, perform the following steps:
Windows Server 2008 : Perform an Unscheduled Full Server Backup of a Domain Controller by Using the Command Line
To perform an unscheduled full server backup of a domain controller by using the command line, perform the following steps:
Windows Server 2008 : Perform an Unscheduled Full Server Backup of a Domain Controller by Using the Windows Interface
To perform an unscheduled full server backup of a domain controller by using the Windows interface, perform the following steps:
Windows Server 2008 : Perform an Unscheduled Backup of Critical Volumes of a Domain Controller by Using the Command Line
Perform an unscheduled system state backup of a domain controller.To perform an unscheduled system backup of a domain controller, perform the following steps:
Windows Server 2008 : Perform an Unscheduled Backup of Critical Volumes of a Domain Controller by Using the Command Line
To perform an unscheduled backup of critical volumes of a domain controller by using the command line, perform the following tasks:
Windows Server 2008 : Perform an Unscheduled Backup of Critical Volumes of a Domain Controller by Using the Windows Interface
To perform an unscheduled backup of critical volumes of a domain controller by using the Windows interface, perform the following tasks:
Windows Server 2008 : Install the Windows Server Backup Server Feature
Install the Windows Server Backup server feature
Windows Server 2008 : Work with Group Policy Modeling and Results
When Group Policy was first introduced to the IT world, it was such a relief to have powerful but flexible tools in comparison with NT 4.0’s system policies structure that tattooed the registry (with evil intent, I might add).
Windows Server 2008 : Configure Group Policy Application Settings
It’s true that creating and applying a policy can be relatively easy to do. However, over time there have developed ways of manipulating policies to alter the way they apply, to change the order in which they apply, and even to remove all or part of their application.
Windows Server 2008 : Create and Apply Group Policies
First of all, you need to be more than a creator of Group Policy. You also need to be a designer, or an architect. To accomplish this, you have to spend some time clicking through the different policy settings so you know what exists.
Windows Server 2008 : Use Starter GPOs
Windows Server 2008 has a new feature called Starter GPOs. These provide a starting point for administrators to create policies on aspects of the system configuration that are typically necessary.
Windows Server 2008 : Grasp the Structure of Group Policy
Trying to focus on the thousands of settings will certainly hurt your mind a bit. Over time, you will remember settings or keep a log of which ones you feel are required, but to begin with, you should start with small, easy-to-grasp settings so you can see immediately if and how your policies are being applied. Before you begin, however, it is a good idea to gain a full understanding of what Group Policy settings do and how they work.
Troubleshoot Windows Server 2008
Once you have monitored your server and located a problem area, you need to troubleshoot that problem. Windows Server 2008 provides some built-in tools to help you troubleshoot events that take place in your environment. We will look at two specific methods that can be used to assist in troubleshooting Windows Server 2008: the Event Viewer, which many administrators are familiar with already, and several command-line tools that can perform specific troubleshooting tasks.
 
 
 
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