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Install Guide Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller v1.0

Install Guide Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller v1.0

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Published by Kefa Rabah
Microsoft wants administrators of Windows Server 2008 editions (which ships in the usual flavors of Standard, Enterprise, Data Center and Itanium-specific code) to think of the server as playing certain roles. Server roles are aggregated objects that suit commonly thought-of services, such as print services, file sharing, DNS, DHCP, Active Directory Domain Controller and IIS-based Web services. Microsoft has defined 18 roles in all.

Microsoft Active Directory provides the structure to centralize the network management and store information about network resources across the entire domain. Active Directory uses Domain Controllers to keep this centralized storage available to network users. In order to configure a Windows Server 2008 machine to act as Domain Controller, several considerations and prerequisites should be taken into account, and several steps should be performed. In this install guide, I will guide you through these prerequisites and steps of creating a new Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller for a new Active Directory domain in a new forest. We’re also going to look at how to install DNS and DHCP servers.

Domain Name System (DNS) is a system that is used in TCP/IP networks for naming computers and network services that is organized into a hierarchy of domains. DNS naming locates computers and services through user-friendly names. When a user enters a DNS name in an application, DNS services can resolve the name to other information that is associated with the name, such as an IP address.

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a core infrastructure service on any network that provides IP addressing and DNS server information to PC clients and any other device. DHCP is used so that you do not have to statically assign IP addresses to every device on your network and manage the issues that static IP addressing can create. More and more, DHCP is being expanded to fit into new network services like the Windows Health Service and Network Access Protection (NAP).

In this Hands-on Systems Integration Training Lab, we’re going undertake a step-by-step installation, configuration of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller, DNS Server and DHCP Server..

This project was demonstrated entirely using VMware; however, once you perfect the setup and configuration steps, you can migrate to physical servers to take advantage of the power of Windows Server 2008.
Microsoft wants administrators of Windows Server 2008 editions (which ships in the usual flavors of Standard, Enterprise, Data Center and Itanium-specific code) to think of the server as playing certain roles. Server roles are aggregated objects that suit commonly thought-of services, such as print services, file sharing, DNS, DHCP, Active Directory Domain Controller and IIS-based Web services. Microsoft has defined 18 roles in all.

Microsoft Active Directory provides the structure to centralize the network management and store information about network resources across the entire domain. Active Directory uses Domain Controllers to keep this centralized storage available to network users. In order to configure a Windows Server 2008 machine to act as Domain Controller, several considerations and prerequisites should be taken into account, and several steps should be performed. In this install guide, I will guide you through these prerequisites and steps of creating a new Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller for a new Active Directory domain in a new forest. We’re also going to look at how to install DNS and DHCP servers.

Domain Name System (DNS) is a system that is used in TCP/IP networks for naming computers and network services that is organized into a hierarchy of domains. DNS naming locates computers and services through user-friendly names. When a user enters a DNS name in an application, DNS services can resolve the name to other information that is associated with the name, such as an IP address.

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a core infrastructure service on any network that provides IP addressing and DNS server information to PC clients and any other device. DHCP is used so that you do not have to statically assign IP addresses to every device on your network and manage the issues that static IP addressing can create. More and more, DHCP is being expanded to fit into new network services like the Windows Health Service and Network Access Protection (NAP).

In this Hands-on Systems Integration Training Lab, we’re going undertake a step-by-step installation, configuration of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller, DNS Server and DHCP Server..

This project was demonstrated entirely using VMware; however, once you perfect the setup and configuration steps, you can migrate to physical servers to take advantage of the power of Windows Server 2008.

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Global Open VersitySystems Integration Hands-on Labs Training Manual
Install Guide Windows Server 2008 Active Directory DC
Kefa RabahGlobal Open Versity, Vancouver Canada
krabah@globalopenversity.org
 
www.globalopenversity.org
 
Table of Contents Page No.INSTALL GUIDE WINDOWS SERVER 2008 ACTIVE DIRECTORY DC 3
 
Introduction
3
 
Part 1: Install & setup Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
4
 
Step 1: Install Windows Ser 2008 and Setup Active Directory DC
4
 
Step 2: Setup Reverse DNS Reverse Lookup Zone
19
 
Part 2: Configure DHCP Server 
25
 
Part 3: Hands-on Labs Assignments
36
 
© A GOV Open Knowledge Access Technical Academic Publications License
Enhancing education & empowering people worldwide through eLearning in the 21st Century
 
Global Open Versity ICT Labs Install Guide Win2k8 Active Directory DCv1.0
© September 2008, Kefa Rabah, Global Open Versity, Vancouver Canada
www.globalopenversity.org
 
A GOV Open Knowledge Access License Technical Publication
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Global Open VersitySystems Integration Hands-on Labs Training ManualInstall Guide Windows Server 2008 Active Directory DC
By Kefa Rabah,krabah@globalopenversity.orgDec 19, 2009
GTS Institute
 
Introduction
Microsoft wants administrators of Windows Server 2008 editions (which ships in the usual flavors of Standard, Enterprise, Data Center and Itanium-specific code) to think of the server as playing certainroles. Server roles are aggregated objects that suit commonly thought-of services, such as print services,file sharing, DNS, DHCP, Active Directory Domain Controller and IIS-based Web services. Microsoft hasdefined 18 roles in all.Microsoft Active Directory provides the structure to centralize the network management and storeinformation about network resources across the entire domain. Active Directory uses Domain Controllersto keep this centralized storage available to network users. In order to configure a Windows Server 2008machine to act as Domain Controller, several considerations and prerequisites should be taken intoaccount, and several steps should be performed. In this install guide, I will guide you through theseprerequisites and steps of creating a new Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller for a new ActiveDirectory domain in a new forest. We’re also going to look at how to install DNS and DHCP servers.Domain Name System (DNS) is a system that is used in TCP/IP networks for naming computers andnetwork services that is organized into a hierarchy of domains. DNS naming locates computers andservices through user-friendly names. When a user enters a DNS name in an application, DNS servicescan resolve the name to other information that is associated with the name, such as an IP address.Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a core infrastructure service on any network that providesIP addressing and DNS server information to PC clients and any other device. DHCP is used so that youdo not have to statically assign IP addresses to every device on your network and manage the issues thatstatic IP addressing can create. More and more, DHCP is being expanded to fit into new network serviceslike the Windows Health Service and Network Access Protection (NAP).In this Hands-on Systems Integration Training Lab, we’re going undertake a step-by-step installation,configuration of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller, DNS Server and DHCPServer..This project was demonstrated entirely using VMware; however, once you perfect the setup andconfiguration steps, you can migrate to physical servers to take advantage of the power of WindowsServer 2008.

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