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[MS_Server parameters] (Sysprep)

Updated: March 28, 2003

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

[MS_Server parameters]

The [MS_Server parameters] section contains entries for the File and Print Service.

This section can be used only with the [Networking] section.

Answer File Entries for the [ MS_Server parameters ] Section

 

Entry Description

BroadcastsToLanman2Clients

Specifies whether the Windows Server 2003 service makes browser broadcasts to LAN Manager 2.x clients.

Optimization

Controls the optimization method used by Windows Server 2003.

BroadcastsToLanman2Clients

Specifies whether the Server service makes browser broadcasts to LAN Manager 2.x clients.

Syntax

                BroadcastsToLanman2Clients = Yes | No

 

Value Description

Yes

Server sends LAN Manager 2.x-compatible server announcements to announce its presence.

No

Server does not send LAN Manager 2.x-compatible server announcements.

Example
[Networking]
[MS_Server parameters]
BroadcastsToLanman2Clients = Yes
Comments

The default value is No.

This entry is available only for Windows Server 2003.

Optimization

Controls the optimization method used by Windows Server 2003.

Syntax

                Optimization = MinMemoryUsed | Balance | MaxThroughputForFileSharing | MaxThroughputForNetworkApps

 

Value Description

MinMemoryUsed

Server uses the minimum amount of resources possible.

Balance

Server balances its resource usage for both local applications and file serving.

MaxThroughputForFileSharing

Server uses the resources necessary to optimize file sharing throughput.

MaxThroughputForNetworkApps

Server uses the resources necessary to optimize file sharing throughput, and handle requests for run-from-network applications.

Example
[Networking]
[MS_Server parameters]
Optimization = Balance
Comments

The default value is MaxThroughputForFileSharing.

This entry is available only for Windows Server 2003.

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