Windows Server 2003 Glossary - J
Updated: March 7, 2008
Applies To: Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
For more Windows Server terms, see the Windows Server 2008 Glossary.
Glossary - J
A system-level structure that allows processes to be grouped together and managed as a single unit.
See also: process
In Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) or Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS), to create a replica of an existing ADAM or AD LDS instance in the same configuration set. When you create a replica of an existing ADAM or AD LDS instance, you join it to the same configuration set that hosts the original (existing) instance.
For Message Queuing, a queue where journal messages are stored.
See also: journal quota Message Queuing queue source journaling target journaling
For Message Queuing, a property that specifies the cumulative limit for journal messages in a journal queue. The limit is based on cumulative journal message size. When a journal queue`s quota is reached, messages are no longer stored.
See also: journal Message Queuing property
A physical location on a hard disk that points to data located at another location on your hard disk or another storage device. Junction points are created when you create a mounted drive. You can also create a junction point using the linkd command.
See also: mounted drive