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Server Network Operating System (SNOS) - 740 - Formative Assessment Section 1 Question 1 Client operating system and server operating system are two types of operating systems. The main difference between client and server operating system is that client operating system work in the devices used by the end users such as desktops and other portable devices while sever operating system runs on a special device called a server. Question 2 • Replication and data integrity • Active directory servers and dynamic DNS • Domain trees • Naming contexts directory partitions • Forests • Object names and identities • Attributes Question 3 Editions Upgrades > Windows Server 2012 R2 Foundation: When Windows Server 2012 was released, you had the choice between Standard and Datacenter editions in both the Server Core and GUI versions. > Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials: This server is intended for very small companies with fewer than 25 users and 50 devices. This is a very cost- effective way to provide small business networking. > Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter: This is Microsoft’s “heavy-duty” virtualization server version. This is best used in highly virtualized environments because it sports unlimited virtual instance rights. That’s right, I said unlimited! This is really the only difference between Datacenter and Standard, and of course this is reflected in the price; Datacenter costs about four times as much as Standard edition. > Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard: This is the enterprise-class cloud server and is the flagship OS. This chapter will cover in detail the changes affecting the Standard edition, because this is the most popular choice.
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  • Winter '19
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  • IP address, Windows Vista, Domain Name System, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

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