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Configuring File Services Configuring File Services Lesson 6
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Configuring a File Server Configure a file server 4.1 Using the Distributed File System Configure Distributed File System (DFS) 4.2
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File Sharing File Sharing Planning for file sharing on a large network requires you to assess a number of factors, including: Scalability Navigation Protection Abuse Diversity Fault tolerance Availability
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File Server File Server Implementing basic file server functions requires only a default Windows Server 2008 installation. The File Server role is available on all versions of the Windows Server 2008 software. The process of deploying and configuring a simple file server using Windows Server 2008 includes many of the most basic server administration tasks, including installing disks, creating shares, assigning permissions, and mapping drive letters.
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Working with Disks Working with Disks When you install additional storage on a Windows Server 2008 computer, you must address the following tasks: Select a partitioning style. Select a disk type. Divide the disk into partitions or volumes. Many professionals use the terms partition and volume interchangeably. Create partitions on basic disks, and volumes on dynamic disks . Format the partitions or volumes 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- as well as x64-based computers.
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Basic Disks and Partitions Basic Disks and Partitions When you work with basic disks in Windows Server 2008: You can create up to four primary partitions . Or 3 three primary partitions and one extended partitions.
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Partitions Partitions
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Dynamic Disks Dynamic Disks A dynamic disk can contain an unlimited number of volumes that function a lot like primary partitions on a basic disk, but you cannot mark an existing dynamic disk as an active partition.
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Simple and Spanned Volumes Simple and Spanned Volumes Simple volume Consists of free space contained on a single physical disk. You can configure all of the available space on a disk as a simple volume, or you can configure multiple simple volumes using the space on a single disk. Spanned volume
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