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Lab #: 1 Lab Title: Windows 2003 Server Installation Student Name: Kyle Daly Date: 02/27/11 Watch the video of the Windows 2003 Server installation and answer the following questions. 1. How do you accept the license? You accept the license by pressing the F8 key. 2. What else can the installation CD do besides simply installing Windows Server 2003? You have the option to repair an existing installation. 3. What is the command to create a 6 GB partition? To create a 6GB partition by pressing C. 4. What file system is used? The file system is NTFS. 5. Which version of Windows is being installed? The version being installed is the standard version. a. Web b. Standard c. Enterprise 6. After the system reboots, about how many more minutes will it take? The screen says 39 minutes but the actual time depends on your computer system.
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Unformatted text preview: 7. In the Personalize your software dialog box, what is the significance of typing your name? Where else will it be seen? Your name is assigning the software license to you and giving you an administrator account. Experimental Lab Student Report 8. How many Client Access Licenses do you have by default? Depending on the number of CAL you have purchased and the number of severs your network has. 9. In the Network Settings dialog box, what is the difference between typical settings and custom settings? The difference is in the Typical settings would be a DHCP. In a Server/Client network the server should have a static IP address. The custom settings let the user manually configure networking components....
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2011 for the course CIS 246 taught by Professor Stark during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Chicago.

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