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Deploying a File Server Deploying a File Server Lesson 2
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Adding a New Disk Configure storage 1.5
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File Server File Server The most basic and the most universal type of  application server, is found on almost every  network.  Included in every server installation include the  following: Disk management Planning for fault tolerance Folder sharing Access control using share and NTFS  permissions Mapping drives
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Storage Technology Storage Technology In addition to estimating the amounts of  processor speed, memory, and disk space  you require, consider whether your needs  call for specialized file server hardware. ATA versus SCSI Serial ATA Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks  (RAID) External Drive Arrays Storage area network (SAN) Network attached storage (NAS)
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Storage Area Network (SAN) Storage Area Network (SAN)
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Network Attached Storage (NAS) Network Attached Storage (NAS)
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RAID RAID
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RAID RAID
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Clustering Servers Clustering Servers A cluster is a group of servers that all perform the  same function, dividing the client load among them.  Failover clustering provides the ultimate in  scalability and fault tolerance.  If you need more performance, you add another  server to the cluster.  If one of the servers in the cluster fails, then the  others take up the slack until you can repair or  replace it.  Clustering can be an extremely expensive  proposition, but for mission critical servers, it  provides unmatched performance levels and  reliability.
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Working with Disks Working with Disks When working with disks, you must do the  following: Select a partitioning style (MBR or GPT). Select a disk type (Basic or Dynamic). Divide the disk into partitions or volumes. Format the partitions with a file system.
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Partition Style Partition Style Two hard disk partition styles can be used in  Windows Server 2008: MBR — The MBR partition style has been around  as long as Windows and is still the default  partition style for x86-based and x64-based  computers. GPT — GPT has also been around for a while,  but no x86 version of Windows prior to Windows  Server 2008 and Windows Vista supports it.  (Windows XP Professional x64 Edition does  support GPT.)  Now, you can use the GPT partition style on  x86-, and x64-based, computers.
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Partition Style Partition Style
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Basic Disks and Partitions When you work with basic disks in  Windows Server 2008: You can create up to four  primary  partitions. Or three primary partitions and one 
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