to create an OU in active directory users and computers you would right click your domain and select new then OU name it what you want....to create or assign a GPO to said OU you can right click the OU and selct properties then select the group policy tab you will then have many option (add, new)
Policy is collection of users settings and configuration.Through policy you can deny and permit user for specific settings.
CVS - Content Versions System (opensource)
In a nutshell, both of these keep track of all work and all changes done in a set of files (e.g. application source code), and allows several developers to collaborate.
VSS - Visual Source Safe (from MS)
Assuming this will be the First Exchange install.
Make sure that Windows 2000 Server is part of the Active Directory.
We have proper reposne for the nslookup from this box.
Install IIS along with the components SMTP & NNTP.
Decide with the database and log files drives, seperate drives recommended.
Run the forestprep and domain prep before going with Exchange installtion.
What will be the Exchange Organization name?
Once installed apply latest SP and along with the August RollUp.
An Active Directory is a centralized database where it contains information about objects like users, groups, computers, printers, OUs, contacts and shared folders.
LDAP - Light Weight Directory Access Protocol
DN-(Distinguished Name), RDN-(Relastive Distinguished Name), UPN-(User Principal Name), GUID-(Golbal Unique Identifier) are the naming convention used by LDAP.
Try to use the net use command to map the g : drive
Eg:net use g: Drive Nameshared Folder Name
You can create a new child domain under Windows Server 2003 using the steps
1. On the member server, you want to turn into a domain controller, click
Start, and click Run and launch the Active Directory Installation Wizard. Click
next and next again and Select Domain controller for a new domain. Click next.
Select Child domain in an existing domain tree. Click Next.
2. Type in the appropriate network credentials. Click next and then type the
domain name of the parent domain. Then type in the new name of the child domain.
3. Click Next to accept the default settings. Select the permission level you
want to use then type in a password for the Directory Services Restore Mode
Administrator Password. Click Next. From the Summary dialog box, click next.
Click Restart Now.
I am currently finishing getting my degree as a Network Security Professional/Administrator. I am working with a book "Network + Guide to Networking, 4th Edition by Tamara Banks. I am confused about the Windows Server 2003 and the different Editions. There is Standard Edition, Web Edition, Enterprise Edition, and Data center Edition. I do understand from my reading that the Standard Edition would be for a small working environment. My question is do each of this Editions build upon the previous or would you need to installed each different Edition for let say a large health-care insurance provider. I understand the requirements for each Edition. If anyone has had this class please give me some in sight to this so that I can answer the Case Project correctly. I have had 8 years experience building networks but that was about 5 years ago due to husband's health and death.
You would need to install each different Edition
For windows XP restore point is available at Start -> Program Files -> Accessories -> System Tools – > System restore. I looked in Windows Server 2003 and it was not there. I search on google and found a really good link that shows the way how to install restore point on Windows Server 20003.