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Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 8) - Backing up and restoring Active Directory
Backing up Active Directory is easy. Recovery of Active Directory itself, however, is different from recovery for other types of network services. A key reason for this involves the way Active Directory data is replicated and restored.
Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 7) - Backing up and recovering your data - Recovering data stored on another server, Recovering the system state
the Recovery Wizard. On the Getting Started page, choose A Backup Stored On Another Location, as shown in Figure 20, and then tap or click Next.
Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 6) - Backing up and recovering your data - Tracking scheduled and manual backups, Recovering your data
Windows Server 2012 provides separate processes for system-state recovery, full-server recovery, and the recovery of individual volumes and files and folders. You use the Recovery Wizard in Windows Server Backup to recover nonsystem volumes and files and folders from a backup.
Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 5) - Backing up and recovering your data - Performing a one-time backup
Regardless of whether you want to back up data using a recurring schedule or perform a manual backup, the techniques are similar. In this section, I am going to discuss manual backups so that you know how to perform backups manually. You can perform a manual backup using Windows Server Backup.
Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 4) - Backing up and recovering your data - Scheduling backups
To automate the backup process, you can create a scheduled task that runs Windows Server Backup for you. Task creation and scheduling processes are integrated into Windows Server Backup.
Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 3) - Backing up and recovering your data - Using the backup utility, Backing up your data
To perform backup and recovery operations, you must use an account that is a member of the Administrators or Backup Operators group. Only members of these groups have authority to back up and restore files regardless of ownership and permissions.
Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 2) - Developing backup strategies
Backups are insurance plans, plain and simple—and every administrator should see them that way. When disaster strikes, your backup implementation will either leave you out of harm’s way or drowning without a life preserver.
Windows Server 2012 : Backup and Recovery (part 1) - Disaster-planning strategies, Disaster preparedness procedures
After you install a UPS, you can configure servers to take advantage of UPS using the management software included with the UPS. You can then configure the way a server reacts when it switches to battery power. Typically, you’ll want servers to start an orderly shutdown within a few minutes of switching to battery power.
Installing Windows Server 2012 and Server Core : Managing and Configuring a Server Core Installation
The following sections cover general tasks associated with managing and configuring a Server Core system via the command prompt after the installation is complete. As an alternative, an administrator can use the SCONFIG utility to configure general settings.
Installing Windows Server 2012 and Server Core : Understanding Server Core Installation
Windows Server Core, an installation option, was one of the most innovative and anticipated features of Windows Server 2008. The Windows Server Core installation provides a minimal environment for running a specific server role, including, but not limited to, a domain controller, web server, or DHCP server.
Windows Server 2008 : Using dnscmd - Adding DNS Zones, Creating and Deleting DNS Records
The /f switch suppresses confirmation prompts, which is useful in a script. If the zone is an ADI zone (such as pcg.pearson.pub), you need to include the /dsdel switch to delete it from Active Directory.
Windows Server 2008 : Using dnscmd - Clearing the DNS Cache, Working with DNS Partitions
When a DNS server queries a forwarder, it keeps the result in the DNS cache for the time to live (TTL) specified in the DNS record. You can use dnscmd to clear this DNS cache.
Windows Server 2008 : Using dnscmd - Retrieving DNS Information, Exporting DNS Data, Forcing Zone Transfers
Zone transfers occur on a regular schedule. When primary and secondary DNS servers are used, zone transfer schedules are based on settings in the Start of Authority (SOA) record. When ADI zones are used, zone transfers occur when Active Directory replication occurs.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying SQL Server 2008 R2 for Small Business
The Windows SBS 2011 Premium Add-on includes SQL Server 2008 R2 for Small Business, a database management application that enables you to run a variety of LOB applications on your secondary server.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying a Second Domain Controller
If you are installing a domain controller that you will be moving to another location later, you should use an IP address on the local network for this procedure. Just before you shut down the computer prior to moving it, change the network settings to an IP address on the network that will be the server’s final destination.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying a Second Server (part 2) - Performing Post-Installation Tasks - Changing the Computer Name and Joining the Domain
During the operating system installation on your secondary server, the Windows Server 2008 R2 setup program selects an arbitrary computer name, one that no other computer on the local network possesses.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying a Second Server (part 2) - Performing Post-Installation Tasks - Adjusting Time Zone Settings, Configuring Network Settings
By default, a newly installed computer running Windows Server 2008 R2 attempts to obtain an Internet Protocol (IP) address and other Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) settings from a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server on the local network.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Deploying a Second Server (part 1) - Installing a Second Server
The Windows SBS 2011 Premium Add-on enables you to install a second server on your network for any purpose you wish. What you plan to do with the server determines what hardware the computer requires and how the installation should proceed.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Adding a Second Server - Expanding Your Network
The operating system for the second server in the Windows SBS 2011 Premium Add-on is Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, with no additional components. No Windows SBS 2011 additions or restrictions are incorporated into the operating system.
Troubleshooting Windows Home Server 2011 : Troubleshooting Startup - Troubleshooting Startup Using the System Configuration Utility
If Windows Home Server won’t start, troubleshooting the problem usually involves trying various advanced startup options. It’s almost always a time-consuming and tedious business.
Troubleshooting Windows Home Server 2011 : Troubleshooting Device Problems
Windows Home Server has good support for most newer devices, and it’s likely that most major hardware vendors will take steps (eventually) to update their devices and drivers to run properly with Windows Home Server.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 14) - Managing volumes on dynamic disks - Configuring RAID 5
RAID 5, disk striping with parity, offers fault tolerance with less overhead and better read performance than disk mirroring. To configure RAID 5, you use three or more volumes, each on a separate drive, as a striped set, similar to RAID 0.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 13) - Managing volumes on dynamic disks - Configuring RAID 1, Mirroring boot and system volumes
For RAID 1, disk mirroring, you configure two volumes on two drives identically. Data is written to both drives. If one drive fails, there is no data loss because the other drive contains the data. After you repair or replace the failed drive, you can restore full mirroring so that the volume is once again fault tolerant.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 12) - Managing volumes on dynamic disks - Creating a simple or spanned volume, Configuring RAID 0
Simple and spanned volumes aren’t fault tolerant. If you create a volume that spans disks and one of those disks fails, you won’t be able to access the volume. Any data on the volume will be lost. You must restore the data from backup after you replace the failed drive and re-create the volume.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 11) - Managing GPT disk partitions on basic disks
EFI-based computers must have one GPT disk that contains an ESP. This partition is similar to the system volume on a computer with an MBR boot disk in that it contains the files that are required to start the operating system.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 10) - Managing MBR disk partitions on basic disks - Extending partitions, Shrinking partitions
You can extend volumes on both basic and dynamic disks using either Disk Management or DiskPart. This is handy if you create a partition that’s too small and you want to extend it so that you have more space for programs and data. In extending a volume, you convert areas of unallocated space and add them to the existing volume.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 9) - Managing MBR disk partitions on basic disks - Formatting a partition, logical drive, or volume, Configuring drive
A partition with unformatted space on a disk is listed with RAW as the file system type. A formatted partition is listed with its appropriate file system type, such as NTFS. If you reformat a formatted partition, you will destroy all data in the partition.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 8) - Managing MBR disk partitions on basic disks - Creating partitions and simple volumes
The Disk Management user interface has one set of dialog boxes and wizards for both partitions and volumes. The first three volumes on a basic drive are created automatically as primary partitions.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 7) - Configuring storage - Creating and managing virtual hard disks for Hyper-V, Converting FAT or FAT32 to NTFS, Worki
On both MBR and GPT disks, you can convert FAT or FAT32 partitions, logical drives, and volumes to NTFS by using the Convert command. This preserves the file and directory structure without the need to reformat.
Managing Windows Server 2012 Storage and File Systems : Storage Management (part 6) - Configuring storage - Using the MBR and GPT partition styles, Using the disk storage types
The term partition style refers to the method that Windows Server uses to organize partitions on a disk. Two partition styles are available: MBR and GPT. Originally, only x86-based computers used the MBR partition style, and only Itanium-based computers running 64-bit versions of Windows used the GPT partition style.
 
 
 
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