(verina)Chapter 1 - Intro to Windows Networking

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Hands-On Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Chapter 1 Introduction to Windows Server 2008
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2 Objectives Plan a Windows Server 2008 networking model Understand and implement networking protocols used by Windows Server 2008
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3 Planning a Windows Server 2008 Networking Model Network A communications system enabling computer users to share computer equipment, application software, and data, voice, and video transmissions Contains computers joined by communications cabling or sometimes by wireless devices Local area network (LAN) A network of computers in relatively close proximity
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5 Planning a Windows Server 2008 Networking Model (continued) Network operating system Coordinates the ways computers access resources available to them on the network Workstation or client network operating system Enables individual computers to access a network in some cases, to share resources on a limited basis
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6 Planning a Windows Server 2008 Networking Model (continued) Peer-to-peer networking Focuses on spreading network resource administration among: server and non-server members of a network Server-based networking Centralizes the network administration On >= 1 server(s)
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7 Peer-to-Peer Networking Uses workstations to share resources such as files and printers and to connect to resources on other computers No special computer is needed to enable workstations to communicate and share resources Can be effective for very small networks Disadvantages Management of network resources is decentralized As the network increases in size, administration becomes more difficult
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8 Peer-to-Peer Networking (continued)
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9 Peer-to-Peer Networking (continued) Each of the users is responsible for the security of their own resources Generally designed for about 10 workstations or less Can often experience slow response times Because this model is not optimized for multiple users accessing one computer Workgroup A number of users who share drive and printer resources
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10 Server-Based Networking Server A single computer that provides extensive multiuser access to network resources Can handle hundreds of users at once Fast response when delivering the shared resource Less network congestion when multiple workstations access that resource Advantages Users only need to log on once to gain access to network resources Security is stronger
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11 Server-Based Networking (continued) Advantages (continued) All members can share computer files Printers and other resources can be shared All members can have electronic mail (e-mail) and send messages to other office members through an e-mail server Software applications can be stored and shared in a central location Important databases can be managed and secured from one computer
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12 Server-Based Networking (continued) Advantages (continued) All computers can be backed up more easily
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