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After installation of Windows server 2003 what does PSSU do by default?
PSSU by default in enables Windows firewall to prevent inbound connections until the administrator has applied currently available high priority security updates and has enabled automatic updates.
post-setup security updates (PSSU)
Do all copies of Windows server 2003 required that you activate it?
No. Volume licensing programs including open license, or enterprise agreement do not require activation.
Think about licensing.
File Server
Provides centralized access to files and directories.
What is it for?
Print Server
Provides centralized and managed accesss to shared printers by serving printers and drivers to client computers.
What is it for?
Application Server
Provides infrastructure components required to support the hosting of web applications.
What is it for?
Mail Server
Host E-Mail services for clients to access.
What is it for?
Terminal Server
Provides application and server resources to users as if those applications and resources were installed on their own computers.
What is it for?
Remote access/VPN server
provides multiple protocol routing and remote access services for dial-in, local area networks, and a wide area networks.
What is it for?
Domain controller
Provides directory services to clients on the network.
What is it for?
DNS server
Provides host name resolution by transferring host names to IP addresses and IP addresses to host names.
What is it for?
DHCP server
Provides automatic IP addressing services to client configured to use dynamic IP addressing.
What is it for?
Streaming media server
Provides Windows Media Services (WMS) which allows the server to stream multimedia content, on demand or in real time, over an intranet or Internet.
What is it for?
WINS server
Provides computer name resolution by translating NetBIOS names to IP addresses.
What is it for?
What are the two directory service models that Microsoft Windows network support?
Workgroup and Domain
One is very popular with huge networks while the other is very popular with very small networks.
Multiple domains that share contiguous DNS names create logical structures called _____________.
Trees
Green
Multiple domains that do not share contiguous DNS names create logical ___________.
Forest
Green
what are Organizational Units (OU)?
Containers within a domain that allow you to group objects.
Active Directory
What are the 2 ways to promote a 2003 server to a domain controller?
dcpromo command or by using "Manage your server" utility
GUI and command