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Windows Server 2012 R2 Pocket Consultant: Storage, Security, & Networking [Paperback]

William R. Stanek

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments; Introduction; Who is this book for?; How is this book organized?; Conventions used in this book; Other resources; Errata and book support; We want to hear from you; Stay in touch; Chapter 1: Managing file systems and drives; 1.1 Managing the File And Storage Services role; 1.2 Adding hard drives; 1.3 Working with basic, dynamic, and virtual disks; 1.4 Using basic disks and partitions; 1.5 Compressing drives and data; 1.6 Encrypting drives and data; Chapter 2: Configuring storage; 2.1 Using volumes and volume sets; 2.2 Improving performance and fault tolerance with RAID; 2.3 Implementing RAID on Windows Server 2012 R2; 2.4 Managing RAID and recovering from failures; 2.5 Standards-based storage management; 2.6 Managing existing partitions and drives; Chapter 3: Data sharing and redundancy; 3.1 Using and enabling file sharing; 3.2 Configuring standard file sharing; 3.3 Managing share permissions; 3.4 Managing existing shares; 3.5 Configuring NFS sharing; 3.6 Using shadow copies; 3.7 Connecting to network drives; 3.8 Configuring synced sharing; Chapter 4: Data security and auditing; 4.1 Object management, ownership, and inheritance; 4.2 File and folder permissions; 4.3 Auditing system resources; 4.4 Using, configuring, and managing NTFS disk quotas; 4.5 Using, configuring, and managing Resource Manager disk quotas; Chapter 5: Enhancing computer security; 5.1 Using security templates; 5.2 Using the Security Configuration Wizard; Chapter 6: Managing users and computers with Group Policy; 6.1 Centrally managing special folders; 6.2 User and computer script management; 6.3 Deploying software through Group Policy; 6.4 Automatically configuring Work Folders; 6.5 Automatically enrolling computer and user certificates; 6.6 Managing Automatic Updates in Group Policy; Chapter 7: Managing TCP/IP networking; 7.1 Navigating networking in Windows Server 2012 R2; 7.2 Managing networking in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2; 7.3 Installing TCP/IP networking; 7.4 Configuring TCP/IP networking; 7.5 Managing network connections; Chapter 8: Running DHCP clients and servers; 8.1 Understanding DHCP; 8.2 Installing a DHCP server; 8.3 Configuring DHCP servers; 8.4 Managing DHCP scopes; 8.5 Managing the address pool, leases, and reservations; 8.6 Backing up and restoring the DHCP database; Chapter 9: Optimizing DNS; 9.1 Understanding DNS; 9.2 Configuring name resolution on DNS clients; 9.3 Installing DNS servers; 9.4 Managing DNS servers; 9.5 Managing DNS records; 9.6 Updating zone properties and the SOA record; 9.7 Managing DNS server configuration and security; Chapter 10: Administering network printers and print services; 10.1 Managing the Print and Document Services role; 10.2 Getting started with Print Management; 10.3 Installing printers; 10.4 Configuring printer properties; 10.5 Configuring print server properties; 10.6 Managing print jobs on local and remote printers; Chapter 11: Data backup and recovery; 11.1 Creating a backup and recovery plan; 11.2 Backing up your data: the essentials; 11.3 Performing server backups; 11.4 Managing encryption recovery policy; 11.5 Backing up and restoring encrypted data and certificates; About the author;|

  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Managing file systems and drives
  • Chapter 2: Configuring storage
  • Chapter 3: Data sharing and redundancy
  • Chapter 4: Data security and auditing
  • Chapter 5: Enhancing computer security
  • Chapter 6: Managing users and computers with Group Policy
  • Chapter 7: Managing TCP/IP networking
  • Chapter 8: Running DHCP clients and servers
  • Chapter 9: Optimizing DNS
  • Chapter 10: Administering network printers and print services
  • Chapter 11: Data backup and recovery
  • About the author

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