Create Users and Organizational Units in Windows Server 2003
In server-based networking, we consolidate users in a centralized location. Because there
can be many users, we often organize them by putting them in Organizational Units
(OUs). One of the reas
Although we use a logical address, such as 192.168.0.100 to communicate with another computer, it is the physical
address, also called Media Access Control (MAC) address that is used to communicate between two directly connected
In order to share files across the network, first we have to share a folder. Security is very
important. We want to make sure that only the appropriate people see the files. There
are two levels of security. First, we can control access to t
Group Policy in Windows Server 2003
Once users are added, we want to be able to see the benefits of centralized control. In
this lab, we standardize the password policy by requiring a minimum length of eight
characters and change other policy parameters.
Linux Adding Users
In Linux, there are multiple ways to add users. You are going to do it two ways. First,
you are going to use the GUI to add a user. It is easy and it is more like Windows. Then,
you are going to remotely connect to the Linux computer. W
In this lab, both servers are configured in the same way. RedHat8-1 is going to be the server and
RedHat-2 is going to be the client.
Launch the Linux + Linux environment.
Your objective is to share the /tmp directory on the server
Experimental Lab Student Report
Lab #: 1
Lab Title: Windows 2003 Server Installation
Watch the video of the Windows 2003 Server installation and answer the following
1. How do you accept the license?
Pressing F8 key