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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring

Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring

Notifications and Migrating Printers

You can use custom filters to generate e-mail notifications or to automatically run scripts when specific conditions are met on a printer. For example, you could send an e-mail to a printer administrator when a printer is out of paper …Continue reading 

Managing Printers

Windows Server 2008 can share printers without adding any server roles. However, adding the Print Services server role adds the Print Management snap-in, which simplifies printer configuration. Use the buttons below to navigate through the lesson Installing the Print Services … Continue reading 

Recovering Data

In Windows Explorer right click the file or folder to be restored, and select Restore previous versions. Use the buttons below to navigate through the lesson Select the Version to be restored and click Restore. Click Restore. The previous version … Continue reading 

Windows Server Backup

Windows Server Backup copies an entire disk volume to a .vhd file on a second local disk. After performing a backup, you can restore individual files or an entire volume. If Windows cannot start for example, if the system volume …Continue reading 

Volume Shadow Copies 2008

Volume Shadow Copies is a new feature of Windows Server that allows previous versions of files and folders on a share to be restored in the event of the current version becoming corrupt or deleted. Use the buttons below to …Continue reading 

Offline Files

Mobile users might need access to shared folders even when they’re disconnected from your internal network. Offline Files makes this possible by allowing client computers to automatically cache a copy of files on shared folders and by providing transparent access … Continue reading 


Large organizations often have dozens, or even hundreds, of file servers. This can make it very difficult for users to remember which file server specific files are stored on. DFS provides a single namespace that allows users to connect to … Continue reading 

Sharing Folders

The simplest way to share a folder is to right-click the folder in Windows Explorer and then choose Share, the File Sharing dialog box appears and allows you to select the users who will have access to the folder. Click … Continue reading 

Installing the File Server Role

Right Click Roles. Select Add Roles. Click Next. Select File Services and Next to continue. Select Role Services. Use the buttons below to navigate through the lesson File Server – Although not required to share files, adding this core role … Continue reading 

Configure EFS Using Group Policy Settings

Select Group Policy Management. Select Settings. Right Click Public Key Policies/Encrypting File System and select Edit. Right Click Encrypting File Systems and select Properties. Select Allow to enable the group policy. Use the buttons below to navigate through the lesson … Continue reading 
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