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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuring


IPSec Security Policies

IPSec Security Policies are rules and filters that provide a specified level of security. You can create your own policies, but Windows provides three built-in ones: Client (Respond Only). The client will use IPSec if requested but won’t initiate an … Continue reading 

Overview of IPSec

Security is a key part of any network. Companies need to protect their network from eavesdropping and tampering. Windows provides ACLs (Access Control Lists) which can be used to prevent access to data over the network. However, ACLs don’t protect … Continue reading 

DHCP on a Routed Network

Since DHCP uses broadcasts, and routers block broadcasts, clients on remote subnets may be unable to receive TCP/IP information from a DHCP Server. Clients will use Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) if they are unable to locate a DHCP server. … Continue reading 

Configuring a DHCP Server

To access the DHCP server click Administrative Tools> DHCP.  To view DHCP server statistics, right-click on the server. Then select Display Statistics. The Server Statistics box shows general information about the DHCP server such as the number of Acknowledgements and … Continue reading 

Setting up a DHCP Scope

Access DHCP server click Start>Administrative Tools>DHCP. The green arrow next to the server indicates that the DHCP service is running. To create a new scope right-click on the server. Select New Scope. Click Next. Fill in Scope name and description, Click Next to continue. Next, specify … Continue reading 

Installing DHCP

To install DHCP using the Server Manager click on Start.  Select Server Manager. Or from the Quick Launch Taskbar. Select Roles.  Then Add Roles. Click Next to continue.  Select DHCP Server.  Click Next to continue. Then Click Next.   Select Network … Continue reading 

Introduction to DHCP

In large networks the task of assigning TCP/IP addresses can be troublesome. The administrator will have to manually give every machine an IP address and subnet mask, as well as additional information such as DNS and WINS server addresses. A … Continue reading 

Troubleshooting DNS

NSLOOKUP is an important utility that performs query testing and troubleshooting of DNS servers at the command prompt window. NSLOOKUP can be accessed by going to the command prompt window and typing in NSLOOKUP and pressing Enter. Use the buttons … Continue reading 

Configuring DNS Clients

Before the DNS server will be of any use, the clients on the network will need to be configured to use the server. To do this bring up the TCP/IP properties of your network adapter. In the Preferred DNS server … Continue reading 

Install and Configure DNS Server Core

To install DNS on 2008 Server Core. Type start /w ocsetup DNS-Server-Core-Role. Note the syntax of the command and the capitalisation as server roles must be in this format.Once the installation has completed, you need to attach to the server … Continue reading 
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