Microsoft Windows Server Administration Essentials

Microsoft Windows Server Administration Essentials

Tom Carpenter

Language: English

Pages: 400

ISBN: 1118016866

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The core concepts and technologies you need to administer a Windows Server OS

Administering a Windows operating system (OS) can be a difficult topic to grasp, particularly if you are new to the field of IT. This full-color resource serves as an approachable introduction to understanding how to install a server, the various roles of a server, and how server performance and maintenance impacts a network.

With a special focus placed on the new Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certificate, the straightforward, easy-to-understand tone is ideal for anyone new to computer administration looking to enter the IT field. Each chapter offers a clear and concise look at the core Windows administration concepts you need to know to gain an understanding of these difficult topics.

  • Offers a clear, no-nonsense approach to administering a Windows operating system and presents it in such a way that IT beginners will confidently comprehend the subject matter
  • Targets the MTA 98-365 exam by covering Windows Server installation, server roles, storage, and active directory infrastructure
  • Provides you with a solid foundation of various networking topics so that you can gain a strong understanding of Windows Server administration concepts
  • Includes review questions and suggested labs to further enhance your learning process

With this book by your side, you will be armed with the core concepts and technologies needed to administer a Windows Server operating system.

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server may play several roles at the same time. Server roles are based on role services and one or more role services is used to implement a given server role. For example, the File Services role in Windows Server 2008 R2 includes the following role services: These role services are explained in detail in Chapter 11. Share and Storage Management Distributed File System (DFS) File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) Services for Network File System (NFS) Windows Search Service Windows Server

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