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  1. tpmSchemaExtension.Idf and tpmschemaextensionaclchanges.idf
    Schema updates to make bitlocker work with 08r2
  2. DFS, Distributed File server,
    • share and publish the replicated folder
    • modify the referrals settings
    • create a namespace
  3. Add the new volume to the shared storage
    encrypt the volume
    avoid using maintenance mode on the cluster
    • -add the volume to the cluster
    • -run the enable-bitlocker cmdlet
    • -run the enable-bitlockerautounlock cmdlet
  4. Bitlocker should be installed on which server role
    network unlock users PXE booting to send the "unlock code" to a bitlocked machine over the network so Network unlock is always on WDS PXE serverr
  5. Know question # 23 on Configure file and print services
  6. Update-fsrmautoquota
    updates the properties of an auto apply quota and the quotas that derive fromt eh automatic quota.
  7. sync-dfsReplicationGroup
    copy to the destination server the exported dfsr.db clone db and config.xml files that you created w the export-dfsClone
  8. set-dfsrMembership

    set-DfsrServiceConfiguration
    specifies the maximum size in mb, of a staging folder

    specifies a percent value from 80 to 100
  9. Test Windows 2012 server by using native-boot virtual hard disk
    Run dism.exe and specify the /apply-image parameter
  10. WSUS1 should get updates from Microsoft
    WSUS2 should get updates from WSUS1
    • On WSUS1
    • -run set wsusserversynchronization -syncfrommmu


    • On WSUS2
    • -run set-wsusserversynchronization -useservername WSUS1
  11. DFS Replication
    • -share and publish the replicated folder
    • -modify the referrals settings
    • -create a namespace
  12. Cluster1:
    Bitlocker Drive Encryption
    :  Encrypt the volume
    :  avoid using maintenance mode on the cluster
    • -add the volume to the cluster
    • -run the enable-bitlocker cmdlet
    • -run the enable-bitlockerautounlock cmdlet
  13. set-dfsrMembership

    set-dfsrServiceConfiguration
    -specifies the mazimum size in mb of a staging folder

    -specifies a percent value from 80 to 100
  14. show-DNSServerCache

    ipconfig.exe  /displaydns
    to view the time-to-live value of a name server record that is cached by the DNS Server service on Admin1
  15. stubs
    are their own zones and do not require much in the way of maintenance as they dynamically maintain updates to another domain
  16. create a windows security health validator
    • -create a windows security health validator configuration
    • -create a health policy
    • -create a network policy
  17. network policy server
    Network Policy Server (NPS) allows you to create and enforce organization-wide network access policies for client health, connection request authentication, and connection request authorization. In addition, you can use NPS as a Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) proxy to forward connection requests to a server running NPS or other RADIUS servers that you configure in remote RADIUS server groups.

    NPS allows you to centrally configure and manage network access authentication, authorization, and client health policies with the following three features:


    RADIUS server . NPS performs centralized authentication, authorization, and accounting for wireless, authenticating switch, remote access dial-up and virtual private network (VPN) connections. When you use NPS as a RADIUS server, you configure network access servers, such as wireless access points and VPN servers, as RADIUS clients in NPS. You also configure network policies that NPS uses to authorize connection requests, and you can configure RADIUS accounting so that NPS logs accounting information to log files on the local hard disk or in a Microsoft SQL Server database. For more information,

    RADIUS proxy . When you use NPS as a RADIUS proxy, you configure connection request policies that tell the NPS server which connection requests to forward to other RADIUS servers and to which RADIUS servers you want to forward connection requests. You can also configure NPS to forward accounting data to be logged by one or more computers in a remote RADIUS server group. For more information

    Network Access Protection (NAP) policy server . When you configure NPS as a NAP policy server, NPS evaluates statements of health (SoH) sent by NAP-capable client computers that want to connect to the network. NPS also acts as a RADIUS server when configured with NAP, performing authentication and authorization for connection requests. You can configure NAP policies and settings in NPS, including system health validators (SHVs), health policy, and remediation server groups that allow client computers to update their configuration to become compliant with your organization's network policy. For more information,
  18. Network Policies
    Connection Request policies
    are configuring particulars of a connection to the network

    are used to set up Radius relationships

    so network policies = network connects and their conditions

    connection request = radius setup
  19. ms-service class
    stipulates what DHCP server was communicated with

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