Implementation

Last Updated on 21 Nov. 2014, Total: 39 Blog Posts

  1. IPv6 Global Address Structure

    IPv6 global addresses are equivalent to Public IP addresses in IPv4 and are globally reachable on the IPv6 portion of the Internet. The global IPv6 address structure is divided into three parts, the Public and Private routing part, and the host identification within a LAN. These parts add up to 128 bits which are structured as follows: The first 48... Read More

  2. Deploying Printers using Group Policy

    To deploy shared printers to multiple client computers in a domain environment, the fastest method is using a Group Policy. Follow these steps: In Server Manager, select Roles\Print and Document Services\Print Management\Print Servers\<Server Name>\Printers and in the details pane, right-click the printer, and then choose Deploy with Group Policy. - if the Print and Document Services node is not available,... Read More

  3. IPv6 Technologies

    Organizations are looking into the details of IPv6 and see if they are ready to shift from IPv4. For instance, IPv6 has a new header format, and hence, IPv4 routers that have not been designed to support IPv6 cannot parse the fields in the IPv6 header. On the other hand, Layer 2 protocols are not affected where internal switches and... Read More

  4. Installing the Print Service Server Role in Windows Server 2008

    Print Services in Windows Server 2008 allows you to share printers on a network and consolidate print server and network printer management tasks by using the Print Management console. The Print Service role in Windows Server 2008 includes Server Manager and Print Management. To install the Print Services server role with the Print Server and Internet Printing role services follow... Read More

  5. Importing Printers in Windows Server 2008

    In a previous blog post we have seen how to export print queues and printer settings to a file – Migrating Printers in Windows server 2008. Now, let's see how to import print queues and printer settings from the file created by the export procedure. Follow these steps: In Server Manager, right click Print Management and then choose Migrate Printers... Read More

  6. Migrating Printers in Windows Server 2008

    Moving services from server to another is an extensive job, especially if a resource has a long list of items to move such as, a long list of printers. With Virtualization migrating resources has been simplified in a way, however, some specific tasks remain the same. That is, they don't benefit from available tools at the virtualization layer. When performing... Read More

  7. Implementing DFS in Windows Servers 2008

    In Windows 2k8 servers you can install DFS by adding the role service from Server Manager by right-clicking Roles\File Services and then selecting Add Role Services. Also, you can add DFS while installing File Services using the Add Roles wizard. DFS Namespaces enables you to group shared folders that are located on different servers into one or more logically structured... Read More

  8. Dirquota

    Using the Quota Management Console to administer disk quotas is definitely your first choice but there are instances when you may need to automate some admin tasks and would therefore need a command that can be used in scripts or in small applications. The dirqouta command-line tool allows you to configure disk quotas from a command prompt or a script... Read More

  9. Configuring Disk Quotas using Windows Explorer

    With Windows Explorer you can manage disk quotas in Windows Servers 2008 without the need of invoking the Quota management console, although the console remains the recommended tool. To configure disk quotas on a computer using Windows Explorer follow these steps: Open Windows Explorer and right click the disk you want to configure quotas for and select Properties. From the... Read More

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