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Desired State Configuration (DSC) Pull Server, 178–179, 181, 183 Device Manager, 9–10 device policies, 57 devices. See mobile device management; personal devices DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), 86, 105–106, 120, 189–190 disaster recovery, 21–24 disconnection, 75, 78, 175 DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) cmdlets, 186–189 displays handling, 169 multi-monitor, 143–144 distribution groups, 206 distros, 20 DNS credentials management, 189 domain controllers, 124 search performance, 132–135 Domain Name System (DNS), 87, 105–106, 190 drain on shutdown capability, 78–80 DSC. See Desired State Configuration (DSC) dual parity, 44–49 DX11.1, 168 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), 86, 105–106, 120, 189–190 Dynamic Memory, 6, 20 Dynamic Site Activation, 155–156 Dynamic Teaming. See Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) Dynamic Witness, 81 E email distribution groups, 206 Emulex, 115 enabling ETW logging, 159–160 Idle Worker Process Page-Out, 157 Protected Network on Hyper V host clusters, 75–76 replication frequencies, 22 Enterprise ID, 149–150 event tracing, 120, 161–162, 197 Event Tracing for Windows, 159–160 Expand-WindowsImage cmdlet, 186–187 Export-StartLayout cmdlet, 198–199 Export-WindowsImage cmdlet, 187 extensible virtual switches, 6, 115–117, 119–120 extensions DNS Security, 87 third-party forwarding extensions, 121 types of, 115–116, 119–120 F Failover Clustering Active Directory-detached clustering, 82 cache allocation, 73 CSV ownership distribution, 71–72 draining resources off nodes, 78–80 dynamic witness feature, 81 enhancements in Windows Server 2012, 63–64 health monitoring, 73 heartbeat thresholds, 74–75 Scale-Out File Servers (SoFS), 70–71 virtual machine health protection, 76–78 Fast Startup, 137 Federation Proxy Service, 128 Fibre Channel, 7, 32, 35, 40 File and Storage Services, 28, 35, 53 file storage group policy settings, 151 Resilient File System (ReFS), 28, 73 SoFS, 68 files copying to virtual machines, 192 remote access to, 209–212 filtering address, 154 extensions, 116, 119–120 network packet, 197 firmware configuration, 191 folders remote access to, 209–212 forwarding extensions, 116, 119, 121 FR/CSC, 52
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220 G gateway solutions, 116–118 Gehazi, Mark, 15 Generation 2 virtual machines, 7–11 benefits of, 10–11 booting, 7 characteristics of, 7–8 creating, 9–10 deployment of, 8 Guest operating system on, 7–8 hardware device changes, 8 Security in, 10 GenerationID, virtual machine, 124 Generic Teaming, 95 Get-StartApps cmdlet, 199 Get-WindowsImageContent cmdlet, 187–188 Get-WindowsSearchSetting cmdlet, 201 graphics display using DX11.1, 168 Group Policy advanced graphics for RDS, 168 enhancements in Windows Server 2012, 137–138 infrastructure status, 137 IPv6, 139–141 new policy settings for, 142–145 preferences, 139–141 starter GPOs, 138 Windows PowerShell Remoting, 179 Windows Runtime, 149–150 Group Policy settings apps, 144–145, 150 authentication, 146–148 automatic sign-in, 150–151 caching, 138–139 logon scripts, 148 start screen, 142–144 Window Store apps, 150 Windows SkyDrive, 151–152 Windows Update, 149 Work Folders, 145–146 guest clustering, 7, 25, 65–68, 115 guest operating system, 7–8, 12–14 H hardware certification, 191 HCK (Windows Hardware Certification Kit), 191 heartbeat thresholds, 74–75 help files, 184–186 high availability, 63–65
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