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Deploying an Application Server Deploying an Application Server Lesson 1
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Installing Windows Deployment Services Deploy images by using Windows Deployment Services 1.1 Activating Windows Configure Microsoft Windows activation 1.2
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Windows Server 2008 Application Services Windows Server 2008 Application Services Windows Server 2008 includes support services that enable administrators to deploy applications in several different ways. One of the primary considerations in the enterprise network design process is what the users of the network need to do with their computers. The users need computer programs or applications designed to aid them in the performance of specific tasks.
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Applications Accessing File and Print Resources Applications Accessing File and Print Resources
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Accessing Applications running on a Single Accessing Applications running on a Single Application Server Application Server
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Accessing Application Server/Database Server Accessing Application Server/Database Server
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Server Roles Server Roles Windows Server 2008 includes predefined combinations of services called roles that implement common server functions. The roles provided by the Add Roles Wizard fall into three basic categories: Directory services — Store, organize, and supply information about a network and its resources. Infrastructure services — Provide support services for network clients. Application services — Provide communications services, operating environments, or programming interfaces for specific applications.
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Server Roles Server Roles The Add Roles Wizard and the Add Features Wizard are accessible from the Initial Configuration Tasks window or the Server Manager application. You can also install and remove roles and features from the command line, using the ServerManagerCmd.exe utility.
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Initial Configuration Tasks Initial Configuration Tasks
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Server Manager Server Manager
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Server Manager – Adding Roles Server Manager – Adding Roles
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Server Features Server Features Windows Server 2008 includes a large collection of individual modules called features, which you can install in any combination.
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Server Manager – Adding Features Server Manager – Adding Features
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ServerManagerCMD.exe ServerManagerCMD.exe ServerManagerCmd.exe is a command prompt tool that can perform many of the same functions as the Add Roles Wizard and the Add Features Wizard. The benefit of the command prompt interface is that you can install roles and features from scripts or batch files. The syntax for ServerManagerCmd.exe is: ServerManagerCmd [-query][-install name][- remove name] [-inputPath answer.xml][-restart][- resultPath result.xml[-help]
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Server Roles Windows Server 2008 computers can perform multiple roles at the same time. Running a single role on a server can be a
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