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Lab Setup Video for Windows 2003
This video is important because it lays out the scenario that you will be using throughout the video.
* Basic Disks
* Dynamic Disks
This video is beneficial because you will examine certain terms that you will need to know to successfully build and administer a File Server.
* Basic Disks
* Dynamic Disks
File Servers in Server 2003
This is the starting point for implementing file servers in Server 2003. Knowing how to create partitions, set up folder structure, how to manage and share folders, and other general requirements for building your file servers is essential knowledge that will allow you to grasp the basics of file servers.
* General Requirements
Distributed File System
If you are working in an environment that contains several different folders and shares, you need a distributed file system so you can consolidate all of this information in what is known as a root, for your users. This is essential knowledge to creating a user friendly file server.
* Differences in DFS from Windows 2000
* New Features in Windows Server 2003 – Volume Shadow Copy
Files and Folders – Part 1
Knowing how to use offline files will allow you access files on a laptop when you’re not in the office. You can sync these files with a server over your network when you get back to work. This is a great way to save time and keep your files consistent at home and at work.
* Offline Files
Files and Folders – Part 2
Enabling disk quotas on different volumes, knowing how to connect to different servers, and configuring hidden shares are features that can greatly increase the productivity of your users and make your file server more efficient.
* Disk Quotas
* Network Connections
* Hidden Shares
Remote Access Setup
Knowing how to set up and use terminal services allows the administrator to easily manage servers and remote users. From one system the administrator can manage multiple servers.
* Terminal Services in Windows 2000 and Server 2003
* Differences between Windows 2000 and Server 2003
* New Features in Windows Server 2003