Windows Server 2008
Card Set Information
Windows Server 2008
Registry keys and server roles
Stores all information related to
system hardware drives
What are the 5 Registry keys?
Contains information about the
account presently logged on the system
on your system.
Comprises information related
registered on your system,
, & the
OLE class ID's
of the applications that are used to manage these entities.
and is generated for the current user at runtime.
To include software and hardware information for the current user.
What are the 3 Active Directory Domain Services?
- Process Authentication
- Centralize Configuration
- Deploy Policy
What is the Active Directory Structure?
- Extensible Framework
- Fault Tolerant
What are the 2 Active Directory User Profiles?
- Profile saved on the server
- Copied to every Pc when user logs on
- Consistent environiment
- User cannot change profile
- Any changes are descarded
What are the Active Directory Group Types?
- Used for assigning permissions
- Used to send emails to multiple users
What are Active Directory Group Scopes?
- Just on that PC
- Exists on only that domain.
- Used to assign permissions
- Can be assigned rights throughout the forest
- used to group together users
-Exists in every domain in the forest
- Used for cross-domain resource sharing
What are the 5 containers in Active Directory?
What is a forest?
A grouping of active directory trees which each has:
- contiguous namespaces within their own domain structive, but that have disjointed namespaces between trees.
- The trees & their domains use the same schema & golbal catalog.
What are trees?
-Related domains that use a contiguous namepace
- share the same schema
- have two way trust
What is a domain?
A grouping of objects typically as a primary containers within active directory
What is OU's?
A grouping of related objects within a domain that provides a means to establish specific policies for governing those objects, & that enables object management to be delegated.
What are sites?
To interconnect IP subnets.
Enables active directory to create redundant routes for DC replication.
What are FSMO roles?
(1 per forest)
- schema master
- domain naming master
Name 5 Server Roles.
- Application Server Role
- DHCP Server Role
- DNS Server Role
- File Services Role
- Windows Deployment Service Role
Application Server Role
Makes applications available to users on a network or over ther web.
DCHP Server Role
Server leases IP addresses to network clients so users do not have to configure their own IP addresses.
DNS Server Role
Mantains tables from which this service translates domain and computers names into IP addresses and vice versa.
File Services Role
Enables users to access and share files through one or mone servers.
Windows Deployment Services Role
Provides the ability to administer hundreds of servers on a mass scale with the help of scripts.
If a company buys multiple pc's without operating systems they can use this role to install all the OS's at one time.