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Installing Microsoft Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 Lesson 2
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Chapter Objectives Chapter Objectives Install Windows Server 2008. Configure networking settings in Windows Server 2008. Manage storage disks in Windows Server 2008. Use commands within the Server Core.
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Installing Windows Server 2008 Installing Windows Server 2008 Insert a bootable Windows Server 2008 media and power on the physical or virtual server.
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Installing Windows Server 2008 Installing Windows Server 2008
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Installing Windows Server 2008 Installing Windows Server 2008 You will be prompted to enter the Windows product key. Enter a legitimate Windows product key and click Next.
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Installing Windows Server 2008 Installing Windows Server 2008 You will be prompted to either install the full version of Windows Server 2008 or to perform a Server Core installation. Select a full install. Click Next to continue.
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Installing Windows Server 2008 Installing Windows Server 2008 On the following screen, you'll be prompted to accept the Windows Server 2008 license terms. Read the license terms and then place a check mark next to I accept the license terms . Click Next to continue the installation.
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Installing Windows Server 2008 Installing Windows Server 2008
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Installing Windows Server 2008 Installing Windows Server 2008 On the following screen, you'll be prompted to select the hard drive partition on which you wish to install Windows. Select the appropriate partition and click Next. The remainder of the installation will run largely automated until completion. On final reboot, you will be prompted to establish a strong password.
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Initial Configuration Tasks Initial Configuration Tasks
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Initial Configuration Tasks Initial Configuration Tasks
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Configuring Basic Network Settings Configuring Basic Network Settings To configure the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway from the Initial Configuration Tasks screen, click Configure Networking. The Network Connections screen will open. Right-click the Local Area Connection icon and click Properties. Double-click Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4).
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Configuring Basic Network Settings Configuring Basic Network Settings
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Configuring Basic Network Settings Configuring Basic Network Settings
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Configuring Basic Network Settings Configuring Basic Network Settings
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Windows Firewall Windows Firewall The final task in the initial configuration task list is to configure the Windows Firewall . Initially, the Windows Firewall is on by default, and this allows you to turn it off or to change the settings.
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Windows Firewall Windows Firewall
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Server Roles Server Roles Server roles define a particular duty that a server might perform on a 2008 network. Server roles improve security and
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course CNS 310 taught by Professor Arthurbodourian during the Spring '11 term at Seneca.

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