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Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Administration Instant Reference.

By: Hester, Matthew.
Contributor(s): Henley, Chris.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resource (594 p.).ISBN: 9781118753811.Subject(s): Computer science | Microsoft Windows server | Operating systems (Computers)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Administration Instant ReferenceDDC classification: 005.713 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 Administration: Instant Reference; Copyright; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Contents at a Glance; Contents; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book; How to Contact the Authors; Part I: Getting Started; Chapter 1: Getting Started with Windows Server 2012; Plan for Windows Server 2012; Understand Hardware Requirements; Understand Windows Server 2012 Editions and Roles; Understand Server Core; Consider Your Licensing Options; Install Windows Server 2012; Perform a Windows Server 2012 Full Installation; Perform a Windows Server 2012 Server Core Installation
Use sconfig to Configure Your Windows Server 2012 Server CoreUpgrade to Windows Server 2012; Install Windows Server 2012 Server Unattended; Migrate to Windows Server 2012; Install Windows Server 2012 Migration Tools; Migrate to Windows Server 2012; A New Server Manager; Chapter 2: Adding Server Roles and Functionality; Plan for Windows Server 2012 Roles; Plan for Active Directory; Plan for Hyper-V; Understand Remote Desktop Services; Understand Windows Server 2012 Features; Install Windows Server 2012 Roles; Install Roles on a Windows Server 2012 Full Server Installation
Install Roles on a Windows Server 2012 Server Core InstallationChaper 3: Automating Administrative Tasks with Windows Server 2012; Understand the Basics of Windows PowerShell v3; Understand Windows PowerShell v3 Terminology and Structure; Enable Windows PowerShell v3; Understand Security in Windows PowerShell; Learn to Help Yourself to PowerShell; Take the Next Step; Use PowerShell Remoting; Enable PowerShell Remoting; Run Remote Commands; Understand PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE); Work with the PowerShell ISE; Part II: Manage Active Directory and Local Users
Chaper 4: Maintaining Users and GroupsUnderstand Local Users and Groups; Learn Default Local Users and Groups; Administer Local Users and Groups; Understand Local User Rights; Work with Local Account Policies; Understand Active Directory Users and Groups; Learn Active Directory Users and Groups Terminology; Join an Active Directory Domain as a Member; Work with Active Directory and Local Groups; Manage Users and Groups in Active Directory; Automate User and Group Management; Load AD PowerShell Modules; Work with Users and Groups in PowerShell; Use the AD Recycle Bin
Chaper 5: Managing and Replicating Active DirectoryManage the Active Directory Database; Maintain FSMO Roles; Transfer FSMO Roles; Defragment the Directory Database; Audit Active Directory Service; Use Fine-Grained Password Policy; Create PSOs; Understand Active Directory Replication; Understand the Components of Replication; Understand the Physical Constructs of Replication; Chapter 6: Maintaining and Controlling the Centralized Desktop; Understand Group Policy; Know the Difference Between Policy and Preferences; Understand the Scope of Group Policy Management
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Summary: Fast, accurate answers for common Windows Server questions Serving as a perfect companion to all Windows Server books, this reference provides you with quick and easily searchable solutions to day-to-day challenges of Microsoft's newest version of Windows Server. Using helpful design features such as thumb tabs, tables of contents, and special heading treatments, this resource boasts a smooth and seamless approach to finding information. Plus, quick-reference tables and lists provide additional on-the-spot answers. Covers such key topics as server roles and functionality, u
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Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 Administration: Instant Reference; Copyright; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Contents at a Glance; Contents; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book; How to Contact the Authors; Part I: Getting Started; Chapter 1: Getting Started with Windows Server 2012; Plan for Windows Server 2012; Understand Hardware Requirements; Understand Windows Server 2012 Editions and Roles; Understand Server Core; Consider Your Licensing Options; Install Windows Server 2012; Perform a Windows Server 2012 Full Installation; Perform a Windows Server 2012 Server Core Installation

Use sconfig to Configure Your Windows Server 2012 Server CoreUpgrade to Windows Server 2012; Install Windows Server 2012 Server Unattended; Migrate to Windows Server 2012; Install Windows Server 2012 Migration Tools; Migrate to Windows Server 2012; A New Server Manager; Chapter 2: Adding Server Roles and Functionality; Plan for Windows Server 2012 Roles; Plan for Active Directory; Plan for Hyper-V; Understand Remote Desktop Services; Understand Windows Server 2012 Features; Install Windows Server 2012 Roles; Install Roles on a Windows Server 2012 Full Server Installation

Install Roles on a Windows Server 2012 Server Core InstallationChaper 3: Automating Administrative Tasks with Windows Server 2012; Understand the Basics of Windows PowerShell v3; Understand Windows PowerShell v3 Terminology and Structure; Enable Windows PowerShell v3; Understand Security in Windows PowerShell; Learn to Help Yourself to PowerShell; Take the Next Step; Use PowerShell Remoting; Enable PowerShell Remoting; Run Remote Commands; Understand PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE); Work with the PowerShell ISE; Part II: Manage Active Directory and Local Users

Chaper 4: Maintaining Users and GroupsUnderstand Local Users and Groups; Learn Default Local Users and Groups; Administer Local Users and Groups; Understand Local User Rights; Work with Local Account Policies; Understand Active Directory Users and Groups; Learn Active Directory Users and Groups Terminology; Join an Active Directory Domain as a Member; Work with Active Directory and Local Groups; Manage Users and Groups in Active Directory; Automate User and Group Management; Load AD PowerShell Modules; Work with Users and Groups in PowerShell; Use the AD Recycle Bin

Chaper 5: Managing and Replicating Active DirectoryManage the Active Directory Database; Maintain FSMO Roles; Transfer FSMO Roles; Defragment the Directory Database; Audit Active Directory Service; Use Fine-Grained Password Policy; Create PSOs; Understand Active Directory Replication; Understand the Components of Replication; Understand the Physical Constructs of Replication; Chapter 6: Maintaining and Controlling the Centralized Desktop; Understand Group Policy; Know the Difference Between Policy and Preferences; Understand the Scope of Group Policy Management

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Fast, accurate answers for common Windows Server questions Serving as a perfect companion to all Windows Server books, this reference provides you with quick and easily searchable solutions to day-to-day challenges of Microsoft's newest version of Windows Server. Using helpful design features such as thumb tabs, tables of contents, and special heading treatments, this resource boasts a smooth and seamless approach to finding information. Plus, quick-reference tables and lists provide additional on-the-spot answers. Covers such key topics as server roles and functionality, u

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<p> Matthew Hester, IT Professional Evangelist for Microsoft, has more than a decade of experience with Microsoft core infrastructures products including Windows, Active Directory, Exchange, and others. Prior to joining Microsoft, Matthew taught MCSE curricula at MCT for over eight years. Chris Henley is a Microsoft IT Professional Evangelist at Veeam focused on Windows Server and Hyper-V. He is a regular speaker and presenter at user groups and major technology conferences around the world. Follow him on Twitter at @NerdyLikeThat, @HyperVBear, or @Veeam.</p>

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