Project #43976 - Windows Server Discussion

NO PLAGIARISM! Answer DQ1 in 200 words: DQ1: After completing the installation of the selected edition of Windows Server® 2008, what is the next task to be completed? Respond to other students answer to DQ1, say you agree or disagree with the response, give some feedback, and elaborate on your response After installing Windows Server 2000 and before deploying the new sever in the enterprise, some configuration needs to be done to identify the computer to other computer resources on your network, secure the computer, enable administrators to perform tasks on the computer, and customize the computer by adding server roles and features. This opens immediately after the installation of the Windows Server 2000 so that you can get started. A server manager is a tool that can help guides administrators in the process of configuration and managing the server roles and features. When setting up Windows there are several stages that one has to go through for it to be completed. The system requirements, the processor performance, disk space requirements, and other requirements. Basically installing and Windows edition you have to be current and resolve from bugs for better performance. Respond to other students answer to DQ1, say you agree or disagree with the response, give some feedback, and elaborate on your response After Windows Server 2008 has been installed, the next task that needs to be completed is completing the initial configuration tasks. This task is completed by using the Initial Configuration Task Wizard. The Initial Configuration Task Wizard is used to provide computer information such as time zone and to supply a computer name for the server, along with domain or workgroup information. Also it is used to configure the network settings on your network interface card (NIC) interfaces. You can also assign static IP addresses, subnet masks, default gateways, and DNS/WINS server. In many environments, you will probably be teaming two NICs for a production data LAN (using third-party software) and have a separate NIC dedicated for backup data connected to a backup LAN. Alternatively, you can leave the setting to be automatically assigned by a DHCP server, assuming that you have a DHCP server configured. And last, you can set up automatic updates and configure the download and installation of operating system updates. You can customize your server with many different roles such as: Active Directory Services, DNS Server, and many more roles. Answer DQ2 in 200 words: DQ2: What are the recommended and maximum hardware requirements for Windows Server® 2008 R2? Respond to other students answer to DQ2, say you agree or disagree with the response, give some feedback, and elaborate on your response In many cases, recommended can be considered as the minimum requirements to get the full benefits or maximum effect to operate the entire spectrum of features offered by Windows Server 2008 R2. This can allow companies and organization, who do not have the most current servers and computers to use the software and get the desires usage. As far as finding any information on max requirements, I could not find any information on it. Having more than the minimum or recommended requirement, you could assume that you would have better operation even when you have the maximum amount of users accessing the server at one time.. The recommended and maximum hardware requirements for Windows Server 2008 R2 are: Processor Recommended: 2GHz or faster Note: For Itanium based systems an Intel Itanium 2 processor is required Memory Recommended: Optimal: 2 GB RAM (Full installation) or 1 GB RAM (Server Core installation) or more Maximum (32-bit systems): 4GB (Standard) or 64GB (Enterprise and Datacenter) Maximum: 8GB (Foundation) 32GB (Standard) or 2TB (Enterprise, Datacenter and Itanium-Based Systems) Drive DVD-ROM drive Available Disk Space Recommended: 40GB or greater Note: Systems with RAM in excess of 16GB will require greater amounts of disk space to accommodate paging, hibernation, and dump files Display and Peripherals Super VGA or greater-resolution monitor (800x600) Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device Respond to other students answer to DQ2, say you agree or disagree with the response, give some feedback, and elaborate on your response Before beginning an installation of Windows Server 2008 R2, or any new system, it is important to review all components of the server and the hardware that is to be used for compatibility. When possible it is best to stay above the recommended minimum for any system specification. The recommended bare minimum hardware requirements for Windows Server 2008 R2 are: â–ªDVD drive â–ªSuper VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution monitor â–ªKeyboard and Microsoft® mouse (or other compatible pointing device) â–ªInternet access (fees may apply) To use Windows Server 2008 R2, you need: -Processor • Minimum: 1 GHz (x86 processor) or 1.4 GHz (x64 processor) • Recommended: 2 GHz or faster Note: An Intel Itanium 2 processor is required for Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems. -Memory • Minimum: 512 MB RAM • Recommended: 2 GB RAM or greater • Maximum (32-bit systems): 4 GB (Standard) or 64 GB (Enterprise and Datacenter) • Maximum (64-bit systems): 32 GB (Standard) or 1 TB (Enterprise and Datacenter) or 2 TB (Itanium-Based Systems) -Available Disk Space • Minimum: 10 GB • Recommended: 40 GB or greater Note: Computers with more than 16 GB of RAM will require more disk space for paging, hibernation, and dump files. Answer DQ3 in 200 words: DQ3: What is the difference between a full installation and a server core installation of Windows Server® 2008 R2? Respond to other students answer to DQ3, say you agree or disagree with the response, give some feedback, and elaborate on your response There are several differences if you wish to run just the server core installation of Windows Server 2008 R2. A major difference is the amount of memory required to runs just the core version versus the full install; the basic core system can run on less than a GB. The full version will take a minimum of 2 GB to perform as expected. A plus of the core version is it can be managed remotely if the remote admin tools are installed. To operate the core version of Windows Server 2008 R2 you must be proficient with the command prompt because with the exception of an initial graphical screen, everything from renaming the administrator account to joining a domain has to be done with tricky command-line functions. Even worse, the highly praised Initial Configuration Tasks screen isn't available on Server Core, so adding roles, features, or even joining a domain is going to take a knowledgeable administrator working his magic from the command-line. Only Full Installation supports the robust Power Shell feature. Full Installation can run any role and any feature available in Windows Server 2008. While Sever Core has limited range of roles and features. While both versions offer security to the users Server Core also has a substantially reduced attack surface. While running far less services and binaries than Full Installation, Server Core becomes immune to entire fronts of attack both today and in the future. Exploits discovered in services that aren't even installed on Server Core are futile against the smaller server, but they'll put Full Installation at risk until a patch is released. Answer DQ4 in 200 words: DQ4: What are the advantages of installing the Datacenter version of Windows Server® 2008 R2?

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