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Quotas can be implemented in two waysOn computer basis local machine User basis network resource Quotas can be implemented only on NTFS volumes.

OUs are basically used for dividing a single domain into smaller portions forefficient management and organization of the resourcesCreation of OUs: On DC Useful when an administrator to handover partial administration of the domain toan assistant administrator delegate control can be assigned to sub admins onOUs or on domains. Assigning Delegate control for sub administrator. Move on to member serverLogin as sub administratorStart — run — dsa. Using group policy we can implement security, policies,software deployment, folder redirection, Internet explorer maintenance.

Group policies enable the users either to access or to be denied of an object. GPO defines polices implemental for the objects. One group policy object can belinked with multiple objects like site, domains, DCs, OUs, etc…The order in which the group policy is applied.

When user logs inComputer policyEg: If we implement policy on sites it applies to all the domains and OUs within thatsite. Block policy inheritance: Block policy inheritance is useful for blocking the inheritance of the policy from itsparent objectNote: Useful when we have to perform shorter administrative tasks.

When there is conflict between two policies applied to the same object. Implementing block policy inheritance: We should notice control panel.

No override: No over ride is opposite to block policy inheritance;Important group policiesUser configurationAdministration templatesWindows componentsWindows explorer-Prevent access to drive-No entire network-Remove map driveUnder user configurationAdministrative templatesExpand system-Run only allowed windows applications-Do not run specified applicationsGroup policies are of two types.

It is a process of spreading out the software required onto the client machineswhen a user starts the computer. Software deployment is possible only when the software is with. Software deployment is possible only with.

This is the productof Veritas Company. Phase — IConverting. Acrobat Click on the dotted tabBrowse. And takes the snap shot of the current condition of the OS. Phase- II Installation In this phase we have to install the software, which we want to convert to. Using these three phases the Microsoft software installer can trouble-shoot or deploy the software.

Users do not lose their data Implementing folder redirection: Move on to member serverLog in as a userWe should notice a welcome messageBackup: It is a process of protecting user data or system state data on to separate storagedevices. NT supported only one type of storage media, i. The default backup utility provided by NT, , NTbackup utility Comes along with the OS.

Provides minimum benefits couldhave optimum benefits. Create a folder in D drive and a file in thatStart - run — ntbackup — click on advanced mode Back upNextSelect 2nd option backup selected files. Normal Check the box disables volume shadow copyNext — finishVerifyingDelete the backed up folderRestoring the backed up folder: Normal Backup: It is a bit used by backup utility to know whether a file is backed up.

It is used as a backup marker. Copy backup: Copy backs up all selected folders but does not remove archive bit after backing up. Copy is used between normal backup and incremental backup. Incremental backup: Removes the archive bit after back up. Differential backup: After backup does not remove the archive bit. It backs up all the files changed since normal back up. Daily backup: Recommended backup strategy: If we select incremental back up it is faster and restoration is slower.

If we go with differential backup, backup is slow, but restoration is fast i. System state data: Components of SSD: SSD is a data store if we want to backup complete AD we can back up systemstate data from backup utility. Taking a back up of system state data: Start - run — ntbackup — click on advanced mode — backup — nextSelect 3rd one system state data — next — save in E drive - create a folder SSD in this folder create a file with filename.

It does not increment the USN values of the objects afterrestoration. It uses older USN values only. Authoritative restore: This is useful when we want to restore a specific objector specific object by incrementing the USN value. Update Sequence Number It is a number assigned to the object and gets modify according to the changesmade on the object.

Checking USN values: ObjectWhen we want to perform authoritative restore, we have to restart the system indirectory services restore mode DSRM by pressing F8. While booting andselecting DSRM. Going to backup utility we can restore system state data on completion of therestoration system prompt us to restart the system. It is an object deleted from AD but not removed. It remains in the ADfor 90 days. Internet Protocols There are two versions in IP1. Version 4. Version 6. Static IP: Which are not changeable.

Dynamic IPs: Useful for smaller networks where there are no administrators oradministrator may not be comfortable with assigning IPs. IP leasing process: DHCP discover: IP lease: DHCP requirements: Authorizing DHCP server: Creating a Scope: Releasing an existing IP: Group of scopes is called as super scope.

Creating super scope Requires multiple scopesCreate 2 scopes. Right click on serverSay new super scopeSpecify the super scope nameSelect 2 scopes by holding ctrl keyNext — finishAddress Pool: Using scope options we can specify the other servers addressesavailable in the network. So that the DHCP server maintains information about allother servers and provides it to the client machines along with the I.

For NT — 66servers addresses - for - 77Server options: Useful when we have multiple scopes and provide information toall the scopes. Where as scope options are limited only to that scope. Backing up DHCP: Name Resolvers: There are 2 types of name resolvers: It is a file which will contain the mapping information of the clients. Net bios names are the names assigned to network nodes. NetBIOS names are the names without extensions. Supports all type of OS. Computer that requests DNS resolution.

Issues queries that ask for specific types of mapping of computers and IPaddresses records Query types determine behavior of DNS server receiving query. Lookup types determine whether a name to IP mapping or an IP to namemapping is sought. Query is a request to find an address of the DNS there are 2 types of queries. When a client start a query, query is passed onto local DNSfor resolution if a query cannot find the solution then the DNS on behalf of clientforwards the query to another DNS, And to another DNS and so on until it findsthe mapping information or an answer.

Iterative Query: Query raised by the client to the DNS. If the DNS cannot resolveit sends a negative response to the client, then the client has to contact anotherDNS and so on. Zone is a subtree of DNS database. Forward Look up zone: Contains host record, which contain host names to IP,address mapping informationReverse Lookup zone: DNS requirements: Creating a host record: Right click on the zone you have created - new host — specify the serversaddress —and IPAdd host - ok - done2.

Creating an alias record: Right click on zone — new aliasSpecify www. Start - run — cmd — ping www. Right click on the R-L zoneNew zone — next - zone type - next — specify the IP address — zone file — next —allow both — next — finishCreating a PTR recordRight click on reverse lookup zone. New- pointer — specify IPBrowse host record — okVerification: Start — run — cmdNslookup Primary zones are created on the primary DNS servers.

Secondary Zone: There are created on the second DNS server where it holds aread only copy of the zone. Secondary zones provide fall tolerance and load balancing to the primary zone.

Secondary zone is a back up for primary zoneZone transfer: Zone transfer is a process of transferring the zone from primary to secondary orsecondary to primary. Zone transfers occur when there is a change ormodification taken place on either of the zones. AD integrated zones: These are useful when we want to maintain zone information in the AD.

If it is a primary zone, zone is saved as a normal text file as a result we have toback p the zone separately, AD integrated zone is created when we install ADwith a domain name. Creating in AD integrated zone: Stub zones are useful for resolving the query faster. Creating stub zones: On DCCreate a primary zone with a host record ex: RRS are useful to provide the information about the zone.

There are a few typesof resource records. There are also called as SRV records. These are useful forlocating the services. There are totally 6 service records created when we installAD. They are located in DNS under domain subtree. When we install AD, system automatically creates an AD integrated zone withthe corresponding domain name. Record types: Provides DNS information in entire forest.

Creating a secondary zone for DC domain name zone: Create secondary zone for dc zone. Open windowsSystem32 confignetlogon. Dynamic updates take place when there is a modification or change done at theclient or when we have DHCP server.

Useful when we do not want our DNS maintain outside our network hostinformation. Non-secure updates: DNS gets updated as and when what all the hosts come online get their namesregistered with DNS server. Zone — propertiesDynamic updatesSelect either secure or non-secureApply - okZone properties: DNS Server Properties: On Member serverStart - run cmd — ping www.

By default this is disabled i. BINDversion 4. Faster zone transfer is possible by transferring multiple zones at a time besidescompression. Fail on Load if bad zone data: If the secondary zone comes across stale records or unwanted records the zonewill not be loaded if we check this box. Enable Round Robin RR: Secure cache against pollution: By default the cache DNS information is securedagainst pollution.

In windossystem32DNScache. Once configured as root severdisable forwarders and root hints. Root servers zone name is always represented by a dot. Configuring a root server: We can add sub administrator for administrator and set permission onthese administrators. Event logging: Debug Logging: Debug logging is disabled by default. Implementing Round Robin: Go to command prompt. For clearing DNS cacheC: It is a web server from Microsoft used foradministering, managing, controlling websites. World Wide Web: Hiper text transfer Protocol: File Transfer Protocol: Used for publishing the same messagefor a group of people.

Simple mail transfer protocol ; Used by exchange server for sendingmails. Front page: Win I. Installing I. DetailsSelect F. Right click on the. These are useful for creating child websites or linksEx: Browse WebPages folderCheck the box browse - next — finish.

Adding Web ContentsSelect. Redirection is useful in various cases. Create 2 websitesSelect web content create 2 websitesSelect web contentCreate 2 zones with host records correspondingOpen I.

Right click on the website we want to redirectProperties - home directory — select a redirection to urlEx: Open I. Document footer: Useful for publishing advertisements in a particular websites and seen as a footerfor the websiteOpen I. Right click on the websitePropertiesDocumentsCheck the box enable documents footerBrowse webpages folderSelect any.

It is a new feature in We can backup and restore websites. Downloading a file from command line: GetType the filename to be downloadedType the filename to be saved as same file name Uploading a file from command linePutType the filename to be uploadedType the filename to be saved as same file name Downloading multiple files: Uploading multiple files: Dir - for listing FTP contentsGet - for downloadingPut - uploadingPrompt - disable interactive modeMget - downloading multiple filesMput - uploading multiple files Bye - ending sessionClose - close the sessionMkdir - to create a folder in ftp siteRmdir - to delete a folderDel - to delete a filePwd - to list present working dirLcd - locally change directoryCd - change directory in ftp siteBell - gives beep sound after the actionAnonymous account: Isolation of Users: When we want to secure the ftp contents or when we want ftp users to have theirown folders with ftp site we use isolating users.

Creation of isolating ftp usersCreate 2 users in ADOpen E driveCreate a root folderIn the folder create a subfolder named as our domain name without extension ex. Zoom, India. Right click on new FTP site On Member serverOpen I. Mandatory Profile: Mandatory Profile is a profile used for controlling desktop environment setting especially used for restricting user from saving user data, setting, and configuration on the desktop.

It is a type of roaming profile but settings are not saved when a user logs off. Changes will be available only for the session where user is active. Active session. Creating a mandatory profile: Open the folder Rename the file Ntuser. Move on to client machine Login as user Make some desktop changes Create a folder or delete a folder.

Home folders: Home folders are separate folders where users save their data and protect their data from other users every user can have one home folder either on the server on the local machine. If the home folder is in the server an administrator can secure it and back-up. If the home folders are created in the local machine backing up is not that easy. On client machine Log in as user Open my computer We should notice an extra drive letter Go to cmd prompt We should not get the drive letter we have assigned.

Creating a local home folder: Move on to client machine Login as user Go to command prompt. Implementing offline folders On server client Open my computer Tools Folder options Offline files Check the box enable offline files Apply — ok Repeat same process on the client also On server Create a folder Share it Everyone full access.

DFS Distributed File System DFS allows administrators to make it easier for users to access and manage file that are physically distributed across a network. With DFS, you can make files distributed across multiple servers.

It may appear for users that files actually reside in one place computer on the network. Benefits of DFS 1. Easily access: Fall tolerance: Load balancing: This is achieved by specifying locations for separate users. DFS Terminology: DFS root 2. DFS links 3. DFS targets 4. Domain DFS root 5. Stand — alone DFS root. Domain DFS root: It is a root server, which maintains links from other file servers. Stand-alone DFS root: DFS root: And this can be scheduled. Types of replication topologies: Disk Quotas: Quotas can be implemented in two ways On computer basis local machine User basis network resource Quotas can be implemented only on NTFS volumes.

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Delegate Control: Useful when an administrator to handover partial administration of the domain to an assistant administrator delegate control can be assigned to sub admins on OUs or on domains. Assigning Delegate control for sub administrator. Move on to member server Login as sub administrator Start — run — dsa. Taking back delegation of control from a User: Using group policy we can implement security, policies, software deployment, folder redirection, Internet explorer maintenance.

Group policies enable the users either to access or to be denied of an object. One group policy object can be linked with multiple objects like site, domains, DCs, OUs, etc…. When user logs in Computer policy Eg: Local, roaming, mandatory. Policy inheritance: If we implement policy on sites it applies to all the domains and OUs within that site.

Block policy inheritance: Block policy inheritance is useful for blocking the inheritance of the policy from its parent object. Useful when we have to perform shorter administrative tasks. When there is conflict between two policies applied to the same object. Implementing block policy inheritance: Verification Move client machine log in as user, we have created in child OU.

We should notice control panel. No override: It is an option available from group policy useful when we want to override all the policies implemented on the child objects.

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No over ride is opposite to block policy inheritance;. Important group policies User configuration Administration templates Windows components Windows explorer.

Under user configuration Administrative templates Expand system -Run only allowed windows applications -Do not run specified applications.

Group policies are of two types. It is a process of spreading out the software required onto the client machines when a user starts the computer. Software deployment is possible only when the software is with. Software deployment is possible only with. This is the product of Veritas Company.

Phase — I Converting. Acrobat Click on the dotted tab Browse. Scans the system install acrobat changes made after installation. Conversion Process Phase —I before snap shot In this wininstall le scans the complete system and the register and checks for installed applications. And takes the snap shot of the current condition of the OS. Using these three phases the Microsoft software installer can trouble- shoot or deploy the software.

It is useful when we have implemented mandatory profile for users as a result they cannot save anything on the desktop, unknowingly if they save, that saved desktop contents should be saved in another location we call it as folder redirection.

Users do not lose their data. Implementing folder redirection: Create a folder Share it Every one full access. Move on to member server Log in as a user We should notice a welcome message.

It is a process of protecting user data or system state data on to separate storage devices. NT supported only one type of storage media, i. Back up utilities: The default backup utility provided by NT, , NTbackup utility Comes along with the OS.

Provides minimum benefits could have optimum benefits. Starting back up utility: Backing up a folder: Create a folder in D drive and a file in that Start - run — ntbackup — click on advanced mode Back up Next Select 2nd option backup selected files. Normal Check the box disables volume shadow copy Next — finish.

Restoring the backed up folder: Start — run — ntbackup Advanced — restore — next Select the backed-up file — next — finish. Normal Backup: Achieve Bit: It is a bit used by backup utility to know whether a file is backed up. It is used as a backup marker. Copy backup: Copy backs up all selected folders but does not remove archive bit after backing up. Copy is used between normal backup and incremental backup. Incremental backup: Removes the archive bit after back up.

Differential backup: After backup does not remove the archive bit. It backs up all the files changed since normal back up. Daily backup: Recommended backup strategy: If we select incremental back up it is faster and restoration is slower. If we go with differential backup, backup is slow, but restoration is fast i.

System state data: Components of SSD: SSD is a data store if we want to backup complete AD we can back up system state data from backup utility. Taking a back up of system state data: Start - run — ntbackup — click on advanced mode — backup — next Select 3rd one system state data — next — save in E drive - create a folder SSD in this folder create a file with filename. Restoration There are two types of restoration Non-authoritative restore Authoritative restore.

Restoration of system state data can be done either authoritative or non authoritative Non-authoritative restore is a normal restore useful when we have only one DC in the network.

It does not increment the USN values of the objects after restoration. It uses older USN values only. Authoritative restore: This is useful when we want to restore a specific object or specific object by incrementing the USN value. USN Numbers: Update Sequence Number It is a number assigned to the object and gets modify according to the changes made on the object. Checking USN values: When we want to perform authoritative restore, we have to restart the system in directory services restore mode DSRM by pressing F8.

While booting and selecting DSRM. Going to backup utility we can restore system state data on completion of the restoration system prompt us to restart the system. It is an object deleted from AD but not removed. It remains in the AD for 90 days. There are two versions in IP 1. Version 4. Version 6.

Static IP: Which are not changeable. Dynamic IPs: Useful for smaller networks where there are no administrators or administrator may not be comfortable with assigning IPs. DHCP discover: IP lease: If the client machine is restarted again the DHCP lease process takes place and again the client gets an IP for 8 days.

Authorizing DHCP server: Group of scopes is called as super scope.

Creating super scope Requires multiple scopes Create 2 scopes. Right click on server Say new super scope Specify the super scope name Select 2 scopes by holding ctrl key Next — finish. Address Pool: Scope options: Using scope options we can specify the other servers addresses available in the network. So that the DHCP server maintains information about all other servers and provides it to the client machines along with the I. For NT — 66servers addresses - for - Server options: Useful when we have multiple scopes and provide information to all the scopes.

Where as scope options are limited only to that scope. Backing up DHCP: It is a file which will contain the mapping information of the clients. System name and its IP address. Net bios names are the names assigned to network nodes. NetBIOS names are the names without extensions. Supports all type of OS.

Issues queries that ask for specific types of mapping of computers and IP addresses records Query types determine behavior of DNS server receiving query. Lookup types determine whether a name to IP mapping or an IP to name mapping is sought. Recursive Queries: When a client start a query, query is passed onto local DNS for resolution if a query cannot find the solution then the DNS on behalf of client forwards the query to another DNS, And to another DNS and so on until it finds the mapping information or an answer.

Iterative Query: Query raised by the client to the DNS. If the DNS cannot resolve it sends a negative response to the client, then the client has to contact another DNS and so on. Zone is a subtree of DNS database.

Forward Look up zone: Contains host record, which contain host names to IP, address mapping information. It is a database which contains information about the zone There are a few types of records.

Right click on the zone you have created - new host — specify the servers address —and IP Add host - ok - done. Right click on zone — new alias Specify www. Right click on the R-L zone New zone — next - zone type - next — specify the IP address — zone file — next — allow both — next — finish.

Right click on reverse lookup zone. New- pointer — specify IP Browse host record — ok. Primary Zone: Primary zones are created on the primary DNS servers. Secondary Zone: There are created on the second DNS server where it holds a read only copy of the zone. Secondary zones provide fall tolerance and load balancing to the primary zone. Secondary zone is a back up for primary zone. Zone transfer: Zone transfer is a process of transferring the zone from primary to secondary or secondary to primary.

Zone transfers occur when there is a change or modification taken place on either of the zones. AD integrated zones: These are useful when we want to maintain zone information in the AD.

If it is a primary zone, zone is saved as a normal text file as a result we have to back p the zone separately, AD integrated zone is created when we install AD with a domain name.

Creating in AD integrated zone: Stub zone: Stub zones are useful for resolving the query faster. On DC Create a primary zone with a host record ex: Resource Records RR: RRS are useful to provide the information about the zone. There are a few types of resource records. There are also called as SRV records. These are useful for locating the services. There are totally 6 service records created when we install AD.

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They are located in DNS under domain subtree. When we install AD, system automatically creates an AD integrated zone with the corresponding domain name.

Provides DNS information in entire forest. Move onto member server refresh the zone This process is we call as safe zone transfer. For accessing C drive through command prompt. Create secondary zone for dc zone. Open DNS right click on the zone properties Type of zone secondary If we want to change click on change. Dynamic Updates: Dynamic updates take place when there is a modification or change done at the client or when we have DHCP server.

DNS gets updated as and when what all the hosts come online get their names registered with DNS server. Zone — properties Dynamic updates Select either secure or non-secure Apply - ok. Zone properties: Configuring Forwarding: Disable recursion: By default this is disabled i.

BIND version 4. Faster zone transfer is possible by transferring multiple zones at a time besides compression. If the secondary zone comes across stale records or unwanted records the zone will not be loaded if we check this box. Secure cache against pollution: By default the cache DNS information is secured against pollution. Root Hints: Once configured as root sever disable forwarders and root hints. Root servers zone name is always represented by a dot. Next - zone file — allow both-Next — finish.

We can add sub administrator for administrator and set permission on these administrators. Event logging: Debug Logging: Debug logging is disabled by default.

Go to command prompt. For clearing DNS cache C: It is a web server from Microsoft used for administering, managing, controlling websites.

World Wide Web: Hiper text transfer Protocol: File Transfer Protocol: Used for publishing the same message for a group of people. Simple mail transfer protocol ; Used by exchange server for sending mails. Front page: Win I.

Port number details are available at c: Details Select F. Services Ok — next. Right click on the. Virtual Directory: These are useful for creating child websites or links Ex: Browse WebPages folder Check the box browse - next — finish. Redirection is useful in various cases.

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Create 2 websites Select web content create 2 websites Select web content Create 2 zones with host records corresponding Open I. Right click on the website we want to redirect Properties - home directory — select a redirection to url Ex: Useful for publishing advertisements in a particular websites and seen as a footer for the website Open I.

Right click on the website Properties Documents Check the box enable documents footer Browse webpages folder Select any. It is a new feature in We can backup and restore websites. Open I. Right click on the websites Select website from file Browse the backup file we have saved Click on read file Select the site name — ok.

On member server Start — run — cmd — create a folder local in E drive - ex: Get Type the filename to be downloaded Type the filename to be saved as same file name. Turning off interactive mode: Dir - for listing FTP contents Get - for downloading Put - uploading Prompt - disable interactive mode Mget - downloading multiple files Mput - uploading multiple files Bye - ending session Close - close the session Mkdir - to create a folder in ftp site Rmdir - to delete a folder Del - to delete a file Pwd - to list present working dir Lcd - locally change directory Cd - change directory in ftp site Bell - gives beep sound after the action.

Anonymous account: When we want to secure the ftp contents or when we want ftp users to have their own folders with ftp site we use isolating users. Zoom, India. On Member server Open I. Type ftp: Security Groups: These are used for setting permissions on the objects printer, data it can also be used as a distribution groups.

This can also be used for maintaining distribution list. Group scope: Domain Local Groups: DLG used for setting permission on resources GG: Click on members and add the users Creating a DLG: Right click on users New- group name — select domain local.

By default UGs are not available because the O. In order to enable UGs. Select windows native raise. Software router: A server with 2 NICs called software router. NAT enables one way communication. On private network Go to command prompt Ping public network It should ping Move on to public network Ping private network It should not ping. It requires dynamic routing protocols there are a few dynamic routing protocols.

Dynamic routing enables a router could prepare dynamically automatically on its own. On command prompt Type root print. Network destination: It does not require any protocols; an administrator has to create a routing table which is constant or not changeable. It is a protocol responsible for listening to the client request for assigning an IP to the clients dynamically on behalf of DHCP server from the other network.

Does not support routing. It is a proprietary protocol of Novell NetWare. Suitable for larger networks. It is a routable protocol.

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Transmission Control Protocol: It is an industry standard protocol. IP — supported by many OS. It is a routable and robust ever changing protocol. NW Link: Apple talk: DEC Net: Digital Equipment Corporation: Using public network for private use we call it as VPN.

IP, frame relay, IP sec etc.. Supports header compression PPTP: Point to Point Tunneling Protocol: Terminal Services: Terminal Server is a server used for centralizing the management of applications.

It provides remote administration for administrators. It is used when a company cannot upgrade their client machines, hardware infrastructure. During the session the terminal server uses the protocol called RDP. Only the mouse clicks and key stokes are sent to the TS. If we want to configure T. Application mode offers remote administration as well as applications. In win we can install T. Fully secured mode: Fully Relaxed mode: Provides access to registry and other system resources useful when the security is not criteria or for performing remote administration.

By default when we install T. It is a free license provided by T. License manager: Microsoft Technical Support Engineers. These individuals also perform maintenance at a high level for a medium to large sized Windows server 3based environment. Pass the following exam. Networking System Four Exams Required 1.

Active Directory. The course listed below is recommended to prepare you for the associated exam. Seven exams required Four networking system exams One client operating system exams One Design exam One Elective exam The courses below are recommended to prepare you for the associated exam. Candidates for this certification must pass seven exams: Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer 2.

The courses listed below are recommended to prepare you for the associated exam Microsoft — Installing. Network Services Exam Microsoft OR Microsoft Network Hosts Microsoft — Implementing. The courses listed below are recommended to prepare you for the associated exam.

MCSE Windows Provides user logon authentication services. Point to administrative. IP address is of 32 bits divided in four octets. Systems connected within the same geographical area is called LAN.

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