Instructor: Michael J. Teske

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Instructor: Michael J. Teske

Agenda


Introductions


Course Requirements


Course Content


Course Goals


Course Overview


Syllabus


Timeline


Brief Microsoft Networking overview

Introductions


Name


Past related work experience (if any)


Why Network Specialist Program?

Course Requirements


Have you taken Network: Client Operating Systems


Do you have experience with Microsoft operating systems
and general networking knowledge.


Do you know what an IP address is?


Configuring computer TCP/IP settings


Peer to peer networking


Operating system installations


OSI reference model


Basic network protocol routing.


If not, you should reconsider your decision to take this
course immediately.


If you withdraw today, you can receive a full refund.
Tomorrow, only 80%.

Course Goals


Technical


Get a fundamental understanding of:


Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2


Active Directory Domain Services


Group Policies


Domain Name Service (DNS)


File Sharing and securing file systems


Data backups


Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 inherent applications


Troubleshooting fundamentals


Non
-
technical


Communication


Interpersonal

Course Overview


Stacked Lecture/Lab format


Labs are typically dependent upon each other.


Most presentations and labs highlight topics that will be on quizzes


Grade is based up:


Formative Assessments


Several lab exercises


Quizzes (expect 5
-
8)


Summative Assessments


Midterm written


Final written


Mid
-
term lab practical


Final lab practical

Syllabus


Review (see handout)


Please send an email to
michael.teske@nwtc.edu

with the
appropriate subject line found in
your
syllabus.

Timeline


See website
http://network.nwtc.edu/mteske



This is subject to change

General


This is course is intended to provide a
fundamental understanding of the Microsoft Server
platform and what’s “in the box”.


Most labs are a step
-
by
-
step to aid you in
completing the exercise and accompanied with
some brief “why we do this” explanations.


As you proceed in this program(and industry), you
will no longer be able to rely on step
-
by
-
step
instructions.


Along the way, you will be provided with additional
resources to complete certain tasks on your own.

Questions?


Windows Server 2008 R2


Why network?


Meet the needs of your company.


Email


Data redundancy and storage


Web site


Business management software


Centralized networking requires server based software


Windows Server 2008 R2
-
Windows Server 2012


Microsoft Small Business Server Essentials


Unix/Linux


Types of server applications


File
servers

Sharing

data (documents,
spreadsheets)


Print
servers

Centrally

sharing printers


Email
servers

interoffice

email/Internet email


Groupware
servers

Email
, calendar sharing etc.


Database
servers

SQL
, MySQL, Oracle

Windows Server 2008 R2


System Requirements


Processor

64bit processor


RAM



Standard: Min. 512 MB(

) Max. 32 GB

2TB


Enterprise, Datacenter

2 TB Max



Disk

32GB minimum


DVD


Monitor


Keyboard


Internet Access





Links


System
Requirements/Installation/Upgrade
paths:


http://technet.microsoft.com/en
-
us/library/dd379511(v=ws.10
)


Windows Server 2008 R2


Installation best practices (short version)


Documentation


Hostname


Network information(IP Addresses)


Installed roles/features


Any other pertinent information


Perform Windows updates prior to production rollout



Rename server (yes, we have to reboot)


Role/function/location


Version


Etc.


Statically assign IP address(
es
)






Windows Server 2008 R2

Activity 1


Terms


Disk Management


Security Groups


New Technology File System (NTFS)


Creating a share


Terms


System Reserved Partition


DISKPART


Server Manager


Roles


File Services Roles


Security Group


Permission


Rights


Universal Naming Convention

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Disk Management


Can be configured using:


User Interface (UI)


Server Manager
-
>Disk
Management


Command line interface (CLI)


Diskpart

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Security Groups

Types


Local: standalone servers that are not part of a domain.
Does not go beyond local server


Domain Local: used when there is a single domain or
used to manage resources in a particular domain so that
global and universal groups can access those resources


Global: used to manage group accounts from the same
domain so that those accounts can access resources in
the same and in other domains.


Universal: used to provide access to resources in any
domain within a forest.

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Security Groups

Built
-
in System Groups


INTERACTIVE: anyone using computer locally


Network: all users connected over the network to the
computer


Everyone: All current users, including guests, and users
from other domains


System: the operating system


Creator Owner: the creator/owner of subdirectories, files,
and print jobs


Authenticated users: any user who has been authenticated
to the system. A more secure alternative to Everyone


Anonymous Logon: a user who has logged in
anonymously, such as an anonymous FTP user


Service: an account that has logged in as a service



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New Technology File System
(NTFS)

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NTFS



Read

-

Read the file and its ownership and attributes


Write
-

In addition to the Read permissions, the user can
overwrite the file and change its attributes.


Read & Execute
-

In addition to the Read permissions, the
user can run applications. In the folder permissions, this level
can also traverse folders and list the folder contents.


Modify

-

In addition to the Read & Execute and Write
permissions, the user can delete the file or folder.


Full Control
-

This permission is inclusive of previous rights. In
addtion
, it grants the user/group the right to modify the Access
Control List(ACL). This right also allows a user/group to take
ownership of files/folders.


List Folder Contents
-
allows the user to list the folder and
subfolder contents.



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Creating a Share

Permissions


Read

Read files and folders and their attributes,
run application files, and change folders that are
contained in the shared folder.


Change

Create folders and files. Change data
and attributes in files and delete files and folders.
The Change permission can also perform the
same actions as the Read permission


Full Control

This permission can allow the same
rights as READ and CHANGE. In addition, it
grants the user/group the right to modify the
Access Control List(ACL). Modifying the ACL
means
changing permissions as well as adding
or removing groups/users
.

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Creating a Share


Requirements


Must install the File Services Role


Add through Server Manager


Allows you to add supporting Role Services


Added automatically through Windows
Explorer when creating a share for the first
time


Does not give the option to add supporting Role
Services


Must be a member of the Administrators or
Power Users groups


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Creating a Share


Once share is successfully created, it
can be accessed “across the wire”


Universal Naming Convention


\
\
servername
\
sharename
\
folder
\
..
\


\
\
ipaddress
\
sharename
\
folder..
\


Net command to map a drive


Net use g:
\
\
servername
\
common


Questions??????????