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% (percent sign), 106
& (ampersand), 103
&& (double ampersand), 103
() parentheses, 103
* (asterisks), 53
| (bar), 104
|| (double bar), 103

A

A resource record, 222, 227
AAAA resource record, 227
access control lists (ACLs), 237, 259-263
ACLs (access control lists), 237, 259-263
Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM), 349
Active Directory Domains And Trusts, 171, 174
Active Directory Installation Wizard, 158
Active Directory Sites And Services, 174
Active Directory Users And Computers
additional information, 71
changing focus, 129
configuring password replication, 186
managing domain controllers, 174
AD CS (Active Directory Certificate Services), 6
AD DS (Active Directory Domain Services)
creating child domains, 159-160
creating domain trees, 158-159
creating forests, 144-158
DFSN support, 272
DNS support, 213
installing, 143
installing replica domain controllers, 160-165
managing domain controllers, 172-175
package names, 80
performing common management tasks, 175-182
preparing environment for domain controllers, 169-172
removing domain controllers, 165-169
RODC support, 182-188
role support, 77, 92
Server Core installation option, 3, 6, 15
AD DS-integrated primary DNS server, 220
AD DS-integrated primary zone, 225
AD DS-integrated zone, 222, 226
AD FS (Active Directory Federation Services), 6
AD LDS (Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services)
installing, 348-352
role support, 77, 80, 92
Server Core installation option, 6, 15
AD LDS instance, 349-352
AD RMS (Active Directory Rights Management Services), 6
ADAM (Active Directory Application Mode), 349
AdamInstall.exe command, 349
Add Features Wizard, 134
Add Or Remove Snap-ins dialog box, 140
Add Printer Wizard, 288
Add Roles Wizard, 83
admin role separation, 184
Adprep command
functionality, 144
preparing environment, 169-172
preparing forests for RODCs, 184
viewing debug logs, 170
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption, 172
AeLookupSvc (Application Experience), 11
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption, 172
ALLUSERSPROFILE environment variable, 104
ampersand (&), 103
answer files
activating Windows, 67
additional information, 29-30, 47
configuring Automatic Updates, 61-62
configuring CEIP settings, 65
configuring date/time settings, 58-59
configuring regional/language settings, 60
configuring TCP/IP settings, 53, 56-57
configuring Windows Error Reporting, 64
creating child domains, 159-160
creating domain trees, 158-159
creating for unattended installs, 23-30
creating new forests, 144-158
defined, 24
deploying Server Core, 17
enabling Remote Desktop, 69, 118
enabling Windows Firewall remote administration, 70
installing backup feature, 404-405
installing DHCP server role, 189-190
installing DNS servers, 213-218
installing File Services, 246-247
installing replica domain controllers, 160-165
installing RODCs, 185-186
installing roles/features, 78
joining domains, 72
manipulating roles/features, 88-89
Network Level Authentication, 119-120
removing domain controllers, 165-169
setting local administrator password, 48-49
specifying computer names, 53
validating, 36
Windows SIM support, 21
APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing), 54
APIs (application programming interfaces), 5, 83
Appcmd.exe, 308-310
APPDATA environment variable, 104
Application Compatibility Tool, 45
Application Event log, 256
Application Experience (AeLookupSvc), 11
Application Management (Appmgmt), 11
application pools, 317-318
application programming interfaces (APIs), 5, 83
Application Server, 6
applications, 109, 316-320, 421-423
Applications And Services logs, 383
Appmgmt (Application Management), 11
archiving event logs, 389-390
ASP.NET, 7
asterisks (*), 53
At tool, 108
authentication
Kerberos, 172, 183-184, 214
Remote Desktop support, 68, 119-120
RODC considerations, 183-184
authorization, DHCP server role, 191, 196-197
Autochk tool, 256
automated installs, 28-30
Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA), 54
Automatic Updates
configuring using answer files, 61-62
configuring using command prompt, 60-61
Scregedit.wsf script, 60-61

B

background, command prompt, 102-103
Backup feature
changing focus, 129
executing, 405-406
installing, 404-405
package names, 81
Server Core installation option, 78
Backup Scheduling Wizard, 407-408
backups
configuring types, 408
DHCP server database, 208-209
full server recovery, 409-410
manual, 406-407, 412-413
overview, 403
performing data recovery, 409
restoring database from, 209-210
scheduling, 407-408, 410-412
system state, 415-416
viewing status, 413
bar (|), 103-104
Base Filtering Engine (BFE), 11
BAT file extension, 110
batch mode, 195, 203
BDD 2007, 44
BFE (Base Filtering Engine), 11
bindings, 312
BitLocker Drive Encryption
Remote Administration Tool, 81
supported optional features, 7, 9, 78, 81
BITS (Background Intelligence Transfer Service), 11, 360
BITS Server Extensions, 7
boot image, 26, 43
bridgehead servers, 184
Browser service (Computer Browser), 11
BugcheckOnCorrupt option, 258

C

caching, 184
caching-only DNS servers, 220-221
Calcs tool, 109
Calculator accessory, 5
capture image, 42
case sensitivity, 80, 86
Catalog file, 24
CD environment variable, 104
CEIP (Customer Experience Improvement Program)
additional information, 64
configuring with answer files, 65
configuring with command prompt, 64-65
participating in, 64-65
Certificate Propagation (CertPropSvc), 11
certificates, managing, 109
CertPropSvc (Certificate Propagation), 11
Certreq tool, 109
Certutil tool, 109
Change logon command, 124
Change tool, 110
child domains, 159-160
child partition, 322, 324
Chkdsk tool, 247, 256-257
Choose A Recover Tool dialog box, 410
Choose How to Restore The Backup dialog box, 410
classes
defined, 114
ListClasses.vbs script, 115-116
WMI support, 114-115
classic ASP Web server, 305
Cmd.exe. See command prompt (Cmd.exe)
CMDCMDLINE environment variable, 104
CMDEXTVERSION environment variable, 104
cmdkey command, 132-133, 268
CNAME resource record, 227
CNG Key Isolation (KeyIso), 12
collector, configuring, 392-395
COM (Component Object Model), 111
COM+ Event System (EventSystem), 12
COM+ System Application (COMSysApp), 11
command prompt (Cmd.exe)
activating Windows, 65-66
changing computer names, 52
closing, 100
collecting/analyzing performance data, 398-403
command redirection, 103-104
commands for common tasks, 107-110
configuring Automatic Updates, 60-61
configuring CEIP settings, 64-65
configuring date/time settings, 58
configuring regional/language settings, 59
configuring TCP/IP settings, 53-56
configuring Windows Error Reporting, 63
customizing background, 102-103
enabling Remote Desktop, 67-68
enabling Windows Firewall remote administration, 69-70
environment variables, 104-107
increasing history buffer, 101
increasing screen buffer, 101-102
initial configuration, 47
installing Backup feature, 404
installing DHCP server role, 189
installing DNS servers, 216-217
installing File Services, 245-246
joining domains, 71
managing devices, 364-369
managing DNS servers, 219-220
managing local users/groups, 50-51
managing Print Services, 284-285
managing services, 357-363
minimizing, 99
nested, 97
overview, 95
parameter support, 98-99
Remote Desktop support, 122-123
running multiple command, 103
scheduled backups, 410-412
Server Core GUI support, 5
setting local administrator password, 49
simplifying cut-and-paste, 101
starting, 95-99
starting additional windows, 97
viewing events from, 383-390
Compact tool, 109
Component Object Model (COM), 111
computer accounts
deleting, 188
managing, 178-179
Computer Browser (Browser service), 11
Computer Management, 129
computer names
changing domain-joined computers, 52
changing from command prompt, 52
manipulating, 108
restrictions, 51
specifying in answer files, 53
COMPUTERNAME environment variable, 104
COMSPEC environment variable, 105
COMSysApp (COM+ System Application), 11
conditional forwarders, 235-236
configuration pass (Windows Setup)
defined, 25
phases, 25
configuration sets
installs using network shares, 37
unattended installs from, 32-37
Connection Manager Administration Kit, 7
Convert tool, 109
core servers, 184
Cross-File Replication, 7
Cryptographic Services (CryptSvc), 11
CryptSvc (Cryptographic Services), 11
Cscript.exe, 65
current directory, 95
Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP)
additional information, 64
configuring with answer files, 65
configuring with command prompt, 64-65
participating in, 64-65
cut-and-paste operation, 101

D

DAEMON tools, 22
Data Execution Protection (DEP), 324
data image, 34
data recovery
performing, 409
performing using Wbadmin tool, 413-415
restoring database from backups, 209-210
Date And Time (Timedate.cpl)
configuring settings, 58
Server Core support, 5
date and time settings, 58
DATE environment variable, 105
Davis, Joseph, 57
dcdiag utility, 147-149, 174
DcomLaunch (DCOM Server Process Launcher), 11
Dcpromo utility
AdministratorPassword option, 166
AllowDomainControllerReinstall option, 150
AllowDomainReinstall option, 150
ApplicationPartitionsToReplicate option, 150
ChildName option, 150
ConfirmGc option, 150
CreateDNSDelegation option, 151
creating child domains, 159-160
creating domain trees, 158-159
creating forests, 144-158
CriticalReplicationOnly option, 151
DatabasePath option, 151
DelegatedAdmin option, 151
DemoteFSMO option, 166
DNSDelegationPassword option, 151, 166
DNSDelegationUserName option, 152, 166
DNSOnNetwork option, 152
DomainLevel option, 152
DomainNetBiosName option, 152
ForestLevel option, 153
functionality, 80
IgnoreIsLastDcInDomainMismatch option, 167
IgnoreIsLastDNSServerForzone option, 167
InstallDNS option, 153
installing AD DS, 143
installing DNS servers, 213-216
installing replica domain controllers, 160-165
installing RODCs, 185-186
IsLastDCInDomain option, 167
LogPath option, 153
NewDomain option, 154
NewDomainDNSName option, 154
ParentDomainDNSName option, 154
Password option, 154, 167
PasswordReplicationAllowed option, 154
PasswordReplicationDenied option, 155
RebootOnCompletion option, 155, 167
RebootOnSuccess option, 155, 168
RemoveApplicationPartitions option, 168
RemoveDNSDelegation option, 168
removing domain controllers, 165-169
ReplicaDomainDNSName option, 155
ReplicaOrNewDomain option, 155
ReplicationSourceDC option, 156
ReplicationSourcePath option, 156
RetainDCMetadata option, 168
SafeModeAdminPassword option, 156
SiteName option, 156
SkipAutoConfigDNS option, 157
Syskey option, 157
SysVolPath option, 157
TransferIMRoleIfNeeded option, 157
UserDomain option, 157, 168
UserName option, 158, 168
debug logs, 170, 242
Defrag tool, 109, 247, 258-259
delegation, 220
DEP (Data Execution Protection), 324
deploying Server Core. See also Waik.chm (Windows AIK User's Guide)
answer files, 17
creating answers files, 23-30
installation planning, 17-18
installing from images, 37-40
installing Windows AIK, 22-23
installs from images, 37-40
manual installation, 18-20
Microsoft Development support, 44-45
unattended installs, 21-22
unattended installs from configuration sets, 32-37
unattended installs from DVDs, 31-32
Windows Deployment Services, 40-44
Deployment Workbench, 44-45
Desktop Experience, 7
device drivers. See drivers
Device Manager snap-in, 131, 369-371
devices
managing from command prompt, 364-369
managing with Device Manager snap-in, 369-371
DFS (Distributed File System)
functionality, 272
management tools, 272
role services supported, 272
Server Core installation option, 7
DFS Management console, 274, 276, 279
DFS namespaces
defined, 272
role support, 80
testing, 281
Dfscmd tool, 4, 272, 276
Dfsdiag tool, 272, 281
DFSR (DFS Replication), 7, 172, 272
Dfsradmin command, 279
Dfsutil tool
adding folder targets, 278
adding namespace servers, 275
creating domain-based namespace, 273-274
creating folders, 276-277
functionality, 272
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
changing focus, 129
configuring options, 201-203
configuring TCP/IP networking settings, 53
DNS dynamic update, 236-237
functionality, 189
reconciling scope, 211
resource records and, 220
Server Core installation option, 3, 15
DHCP Administrators group, 195
DHCP Client, 11
DHCP server role
authorizing, 191, 196-197
backing up database, 208-209
dumping configuration, 211
exporting configuration, 210
granting user privileges, 195-196
importing configuration, 210
installing, 86, 189-191
installing from answer files, 189-190
installing from command prompt, 189
loading configuration, 211
maintaining, 207-212
managing in batch mode, 195
managing scope, 199-207
managing using Netsh, 194
managing using RSAT, 192-194
modifying configuration, 197-199
monitoring, 211-212
removing, 191
restoring database, 209-210
role support, 77, 80, 92
Server Core installation option, 6
starting service, 190-191
troubleshooting, 211-212
uninstalling, 86
verifying installation, 86
viewing activity, 207
viewing scope statistics, 208
DHCP Users group, 195
Diagnostic Policy Service (DPS), 11
Diagnostic System Host (WdiSystemHost), 13-14
Dir command, 254, 263
dirty bit, 256
Disk Management snap-in, 132, 248
Diskpart tool
defined, 109, 247
managing disks/volumes, 248-252
managing RAID, 264
scripting commands, 253
Diskraid tool, 109, 247, 264-266
disks
managing, 248-252
tools for managing, 247
display settings, configuring, 73-74
Distributed File System (DFS), 7
Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC), 12
distribution shares, 34
DNS (Domain Name System)
AD DS support, 213
changing focus, 129
computer name conventions, 51
DNS dynamic update, 236-237
RODC considerations, 184
Server Core installations, 3, 128
DNS Client (Dnscache), 11
DNS console, 242-243
DNS dynamic update, 236-237
DNS Server Wizard, 221
DNS servers
additional information, 215, 221
caching-only, 220-221
configuring, 219-221
configuring forwarders, 234-235
debugging logging, 242
displaying list of zones, 223-224
GNZ and, 239-240
installing from answer files, 217-218
installing from command prompt, 216-217
installing on domain controllers, 213-216
integrating WINS, 238-239
joining domains and, 71
maintaining, 240-242
managing from command prompt, 219-220
managing using RSAT, 218-219
master, 220, 236
monitoring, 241
Nslookup support, 243
primary, 220-221
removing, 218
role support, 77, 80, 92
secondary, 220, 222
Server Core installation considerations, 6, 15
specifying secondary, 55
troubleshooting, 241
Dnscache (DNS Client), 11
Dnscmd command
aging resource records, 238
configuring conditional forwarders, 235-236
configuring DNS servers, 220
configuring forwarders, 234-235
configuring GNZ, 239-240
configuring zone transfers, 236-237
creating resource records, 231-232
displaying list of resource records, 228-229
displaying list of zones, 223-224
displaying resource records for nodes, 231
DNS dynamic updates, 237
exporting resource record information, 229-230
functionality, 4
managing DNS servers, 218-220
modifying resource records, 232
scavenging resource records, 238, 241
Domain Admins group, 170-171, 177, 219
domain controllers. See also RODCs (Read-Only Domain Controllers)
demoting, 166-168
forced removals, 169
installing DNS servers, 213-216
installing replica, 160-165
invocation ID, 179
managing, 172-182
managing replication, 180-182
managing using command-line utilities, 174-175
managing using MMC, 172-174
preparing environment, 169-172
promoting, 146-158
removing, 165-169
verifying SRV resource records, 214-215
domain functional level, 172, 273
Domain Name System. See DNS (Domain Name System)
domain trees, 158-159
domain-based namespace, 273, 275
domains
child, 159-160
joining, 71-72, 108
preparing existing, 171
removing last domain controllers, 169
removing replica domain controllers, 165-166
RSAT support, 133-135
Server Core installations, 128-132
WinRS support, 126
DPS (Diagnostic Policy Service), 11
Driverquery tool, 109, 364-366
drivers
displaying list, 365-366
installing manually with Pnputil, 367-368
managing, 109, 364
obtaining for devices, 368-369
dsacls utility, 174
dsadd utility
functionality, 174
managing computer accounts, 179
managing organizational units, 180
managing user accounts, 177
dsget utility, 175, 179
dsmgmt utility, 175
dsmod utility, 175, 178, 195
dsmove utility, 175, 180
Dsncmd.exe command, 3
dsquery utility
functionality, 175
managing computer accounts, 178-179
managing FSMO roles, 176
managing organizational units, 180
dsrm utility, 175
DTC (Distributed Transaction Coordinator), 12
dynamic addressing, 56
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. See DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)

E

emulation, 323-324
End User Licensing Agreement (EULA), 19, 26
enlightened guest, 323
enlightenments, 323
Enterprise Admins group, 170-171
Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA), 264
enumerating
event log names, 383
roles/features, 83-85
environment variables
defined, 104
defining new, 106
displaying, 106
initialization considerations, 62
local, 104
predefined, 104-106
system, 104
usage considerations, 106-107
ERRORLEVEL environment variable, 105
EULA (End User Licensing Agreement), 19, 26
EVA (Enterprise Virtual Array), 264
event logs
archiving, 389-390
clearing, 389-390
configuring event subscriptions, 391-397
displaying status, 384
DNS support, 241
enumerating names, 383
exporting, 389-390
installation considerations, 12
location, 382
managing, 109
querying for specific events, 385-389
Sysprep tool support, 21
viewing configuration, 384-385
viewing events, 390
Event Viewer
changing focus, 129
enabling rule groups, 130
event logging, 382
viewing events, 390
EventSystem (COM+ Event System), 12
exFAT file system, 263
Explorer.exe (Windows Explorer desktop shell), 5
exporting
DHCP server configuration, 210
event logs, 389-390
resource record information, 229-230

F

Failover Clustering
package names, 81
supported optional features, 7, 9, 78
Fast User Switching (FUS), 50
Fax Server, 6
Fc command, 358
FCRegSvc (Microsoft Fibre Channel Platform Registration Service), 12
features
defined, 77
enumerating, 83-85
enumerating using Oclist.exe, 84-85
enumerating using WMI, 85
installing, 78-79, 109
installing with dependencies, 87-88
manipulating with Ocsetup, 86, 88-89
overview, 77-78
packages modifying, 79
removing unneeded, 93-94
unattended installation, 78, 89-92
Fibre Channel Platform Registration Service (FCRegSvc), 12
File Replication Service (FRS), 172, 246
File Services
installing from answer files, 246-247
installing from command prompt, 245-246
role support, 77, 80, 92
Server Core installation option, 6-7, 15
file systems
creating symbolic links, 263
displaying detailed information, 253
displaying filters, 255-256
formatting using exFAT, 263
managing, 109
tools for managing, 247
files
managing, 109
modifying ACLs, 259-263
searching volumes for, 254-255
Filter Manager (Fltmc.exe), 247, 255
filters, file system, 255-256
Find command, 84-85
Flexible Single Master Operation roles. See FSMO (Flexible Single Master Operation) roles
Fltmc.exe (Filter Manager), 247, 255
folders
adding targets, 278
creating, 276-278
modifying ACLs, 259-263
replicating, 279-281
searching volumes for, 254-255
shared, 266-271
forest functional level, 172, 185
forests
creating, 144-158
preparing existing, 170
preparing for RODCs, 184-185
removing last domain controllers, 169
Format tool, 247, 264
forward lookup zones
creating, 224-226
defined, 222
types, 223
Forwarded Events log, 383
forwarders
conditional, 235-236
configuring, 234-235
defined, 221, 234
FQDN (fully qualified domain name), 196, 222, 313
FRS (File Replication Service), 172, 246
FSMO (Flexible Single Master Operation) roles
functionality, 169
managing, 176
RODC limitations, 183-184
Fsutil tool
checking for bugs, 258
correcting volume corruption, 257-258
displaying detailed file system information, 253
displaying free space on volumes, 253
functionality, 109, 247
setting dirty bit on volume, 256
Full installation option
architecture overview, 9
driver support, 10-11
overview, 3
performance considerations, 14
RSAT support, 134
service footprint, 11-14
supported optional features, 7-9
supported server roles, 6-7
upgrade constraints, 18
WinRS requirements, 127
full server recovery, 409-410
fully qualified domain name (FQDN), 196, 222, 313
FUS (Fast User Switching), 50

G

global catalogs
installing DNS servers, 214
RODC considerations, 184-185
globally unique identifier (GUID), 71, 179
GlobalNames zone (GNZ), 239-240
Gpresult tool, 109, 138
gpsvc (Group Policy Client), 12
Gpupdate tool, 109, 138
graphical user interface. See GUI (graphical user interface)
Group Policy
additional information, 138
configuring WER on domain-joined computers, 63
configuring Windows Firewall, 131
configuring WinRM, 128
configuring WinRS, 128
remote management support, 138-141
supported optional features, 8
tools supported, 109
WMI filters and, 138-140
Group Policy Client (gpsvc), 12
guest operating systems, 337-338
GUI (graphical user interface)
DSN servers, 3
remote management support, 136-138
Server Core support, 3-6, 11
GUID (globally unique identifier), 71, 179

H

hardware requirements, 17-18
Health Key and Certificate Management (hkmsvc), 12
HID (Human Interface Device), 323
hidserv (Human Interface Device Access), 12
history buffer, 101
hkmsvc (Health Key and Certificate Management), 12
HOMEDRIVE environment variable, 105
HOMEPATH environment variable, 105
HOMESHARE environment variable, 105
host header, 313
Hostname command, 52, 108
Howard, John, 327
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), 5
HTML Help, 5
HTTP Logging role service
adding to server role, 87
installing, 87
Human Interface Device (HID), 323
Human Interface Device Access (hidserv), 12
Hyper-V
AD DS support, 348-352
creating snapshots, 342-344
creating virtual machines, 332-335
defined, 321
installing Integration Services, 341-342
installing role, 324-327
installing update package, 325-326
managing role, 327-344
managing virtual machines, 339-341, 344-347
role support, 77, 80, 92-93
Server Core installation option, 6-7, 15-16
Streaming Media Services support, 353-356
terminology, 321-324
troubleshooting role installation, 326-327
verifying role installation, 326
virtual network support, 331-332
Hyper-V Management console, 328-331
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), 5
hypervisor, 322

I

Icacls tool, 109, 247, 259-263, 267
IIS (Internet Information Services). See also Web Server (IIS) role
limitations, 303
package dependencies, 82-83
IIS 7.0 components, 295, 304-305
IIS-ApplicationDevelopment package, 298
IIS-ASP package, 299
IIS-ASPNET package, 299
IIS-BasicAuthentication package, 300
IIS-CGI package, 299
IIS-ClientCertificateMappingAuthentication package, 301
IIS-CommonHttpFeatures package, 298
IIS-CustomLogging package, 300
IIS-DefaultDocument package, 299
IIS-Digest Authentication package, 301
IIS-DirectoryBrowsing package, 299
IIS-FTPManagement package, 302-303
IIS-FTPPublishingService package, 298
IIS-FTPServer package, 302
IIS-HealthAndDiagnostics package, 298
IIS-HttpCompressionDynamic package, 301
IIS-HttpCompressionStatic package, 301
IIS-HttpErrors package, 299
IIS-HttpRedirect package, 299
IIS-HttpTracing package, 300
IIS-IIS6ManagementCompatibility package, 302
IIS-IISCertificateMappingAuthentication package, 301
IIS-IPSecurity package, 301
IIS-ISAPIExtensions package, 300
IIS-ISAPIFilter package, 300
IIS-LegacyScripts package, 302
IIS-LegacySnapIn package, 302-303
IIS-LoggingLibraries package, 300
IIS-ManagementConsole package, 301, 303
IIS-ManagementScriptingTools package, 302
IIS-ManagementService package, 302-303
IIS-Metabase package, 302
IIS-NetFxExtensibility package, 299, 303
IIS-ODBCLogging package, 300
IIS-Performance package, 298
IIS-RequestFiltering package, 301
IIS-RequestMonitor package, 300
IIS-Security package, 298
IIS-ServerSideIncludes package, 300
IIS-StaticContent package, 299
IIS-URLAuthorization package, 301
IIS-WebServerManagementTools package, 298
IIS-WebServerRole package, 297
IIS-WindowsAuthentication package, 300
IIS-WMICompatibility package, 302
IISHTTPLogging package, 300
IKEEXT, 12
image groups, 42
images
installing from, 37-40
servicing, 79
ImageX, 21, 37-40
importing, DHCP server configuration, 210
initial configuration
activating Windows, 65-67
changing computer name, 51-53
configuring Automatic Updates, 60-62
configuring date/time settings, 58
configuring display settings, 73-74
configuring paging file, 72-73
configuring proxy server settings, 75-76
configuring regional/language settings, 59-60
configuring screen save timeout, 74-75
configuring TCP/IP networking settings, 53-57
configuring Windows Error Reporting, 62-64
date and time settings, 58
enabling Remote Desktop, 67-69
enabling Windows Firewall remote administration, 69-70
joining domains, 71-72
managing local users/groups, 49-51
participating in CEIP, 64-65
setting local administrator password, 47-49
Initial Configuration Tasks page, 78
initiate reconcile command, 211
install image, 26
installation. See also unattended installs
from configuration sets using network shares, 37
manual, 18-20
planning for, 17-18
tools for roles/features, 78-79
Integration Services, 323, 341-342
Internet Explorer, 5
Internet Printing Client, 8
Internet Protocol Security (IPSec), 108
Internet Storage Name Server, 8
Intl.cpl (Regional And Language Options), 5, 59-60
invocation ID, 179
IP addresses
adding to scopes, 199-200
bindings and, 312
creating exclusions, 200
creating reservations, 200-201
IP Helper (iphlpsvc), 12
IP Security Policies snap-in, 132
ipconfig command, 53, 108
iphlpsvc (IP Helper), 12
IPSec (Internet Protocol Security), 108
IPsec Policy Agent, 12
IPv4 protocol
configuring settings from answer files, 56-57
configuring settings from command prompt, 53-56
IPv6 protocol, 57

K

Kerberos authentication
AES support, 172
installing DNS servers, 214
RODC limitations, 184
TGT support, 183
Key Management Service (KMS), 19
KeyIso (CNG Key Isolation), 12
KMS (Key Management Service), 19
KtmRm (KtmRm for Distributed Transaction Coordinator), 12

L

LanmanServer, 12
LanmanWorkstation, 12
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
AD LDS support, 348
installing DNS servers, 214
RODC considerations, 184
ldifde utility, 175
lease duration, configuring, 204-206
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. See LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
Line Printer Daemon (LPD) service, 282
Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper (lltdsvc), 12
ListClasses.vbs script, 115-116
ListNamespaces.vbs script, 113-114
ListProviders.vbs script, 111-112
lltdsvc (Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper), 12
lmhosts (TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper), 12
local Administrator account, 47-49
local Administrator group, 50-51
Local Area Connection interface, 54
local environment variables, 104
local Group Policy, 140-141
local user account
adding, 50
displaying, 50
managing from command prompt, 50-51
managing with answer files, 51
removing, 50
logical unit numbers (LUNs), 265
Logman tool, 108, 398
logoff command, 108, 110, 124-125
LOGONSERVER environment variable, 105
lookup zone
forward, 222-224
reverse, 222-223
LPD (Line Printer Daemon) service, 282
Lpq tool, 285
LPR Port Monitor, 8
Lpr tool, 285
LUNs (logical unit numbers), 265

M

MAC (media access control) address, 200
MAK (Multiple Activation Key), 19, 66
management information base (MIB), 207
manual backups, 406-407, 412-413
manual installations, 18-20
master DNS server, 220, 236
MDT (Microsoft Deployment Tool), 44-45
media access control (MAC) address, 200
Message Queuing, 8
MIB (management information base), 207
Microsoft Deployment Tool (MDT), 44-45
Microsoft Fibre Channel Platform Registration Service (FCRegSvc), 12
Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Service (MSiSCSI), 12
Microsoft Management Console. See MMC (Microsoft Management Console)
Microsoft Software Shadow Copy Provider (swprv), 13
Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (Msdt.exe), 5
Microsoft System Installer, 79
Microsoft Update Standalone Package, 7
Microsoft Volume Licensing, 19
Mklink tool, 247, 263
MMC (Microsoft Management Console). See also specific snap-ins
Active Directory Users and Computers, 71
adding snap-ins, 129-131
additional information, 176
administering Server Core in domains, 128-132
administering Server Core in workgroups, 132-133
changing focus, 129
enabling rule groups, 132
managing domain controllers, 172-174
Server Core interface element and, 5
Server Manager console, 78
Windows Deployment Services support, 40
monitoring. See performance monitoring
monitors, configuring display settings, 73-74
More command, 85
Mountvol tool, 109
MpsSvc. See Windows Firewall (MpsSvc)
MSDTC (Distributed Transaction Coordinator), 12
Msg tool, 110, 124
msiexec.exe (Windows Installer)
functionality, 109
installation considerations, 12
manipulating applications, 422
manipulating packages, 79
Server Core GUI support, 5
uninstalling applications, 423
Msinfo32.exe (System Information), 5, 108
MSiSCSI (Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Service), 12
msiserver (Windows Installer), 12
Mstdt.exe (Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool), 5
Mstsc tool, 110
MSU file extension, 7, 353
Multipath IO
package names, 81
supported optional features, 8-9, 78
Multiple Activation Key (MAK), 19, 66
MX resource record, 227

N

namespace roots, 273
namespace servers, 275-276
Namespaces role service, 245
naming conventions
additional information, 52
case sensitivity, 80, 86
computer names, 51
package names, 80
napagent (Network Access Protection), 12
nested command prompts, 97
net accounts command, 108
net continue command, 108
net group command, 108
net localgroup command, 51, 108
net pause command, 108
net print command, 285, 294
net share command, 109, 266-269
net start command
DHCP Server role, 191
functionality, 108
managing services, 357-359
net stop command, 108, 240, 357
net user command
additional information, 51
displaying local user accounts, 50
functionality, 108
managing user accounts, 178
setting local administrator password, 49
netdom command
joining domains, 71-72
managing computer accounts, 179
managing domain controllers, 175, 177
netdom join command, 108
netdom rename command, 52
netdom renamecomputer command, 52, 108
Netlogon, 12
netprofm (Network List Service), 12
netsh advfirewall command, 108, 123, 191
netsh command
activating scope, 206
adding IP address range to scope, 199-200
backing up DHCP server database, 208-209
configuring DHCP options, 201-203
configuring lease duration, 204-206
configuring proxy server settings, 75
configuring scope using batch file, 203
configuring TCP/IP networking settings, 53, 57
creating new scope, 199
creating reservations, 201
deleting scope, 206-207
DHCP server role, 191, 194-199
dumping/loading DHCP configuration, 211
enabling Windows Firewall remote administration, 69-70
exporting/importing DHCP configuation, 210
functionality, 4
reconciling scope, 211
restoring database from backups, 209-210
viewing DHCP server activity, 207
viewing scope statistics, 208
netsh interface command, 53, 108
netsh ipsec command, 108
netsh routing command, 108
Network Access Protection (napagent), 12
network adapters, 10
Network File System (NFS), 246, 271
network ID, 200
Network Level Authentication (NLA), 68, 119-120
Network List Service (netprofm), 12
Network Load Balancing
package names, 81
supported optional features, 8-9, 78
Network Location Awareness (NlaSvc), 12
Network Policy and Access Services, 6
network shares, 37
Network Store Interface Service (nsi), 12
New Folder dialog box, 276
New Virtual Machine Wizard, 333
NFS (Network File System), 246, 271
NLA (Network Level Authentication), 68, 119-120
NlaSvc (Network Location Awareness), 12
nodes, 231
Notepad (Notepad.exe), 5
NS resource record, 222, 227
nsi (Network Store Interface Service), 12
Nslookup command, 216, 241, 243
Ntbackup tool, 409
NTDS, 184
ntdsutil utility, 175-176
NTFS, Self-Healing, 257-258
NTLM authentication, 184
null string, 53
NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS environment variable, 105

O

Oclist.exe
enumerating roles/features, 84
environment variable support, 107
functionality, 78, 83, 109
simplifying output with Find command, 84-85
verifying service installation, 282
Ocsetup.exe
additional information, 78, 80, 89
DHCP server role, 86
DNS servers, 216-217
functionality, 109
installing role services, 246
manipulating packages, 79
manipulating roles/features, 86, 88-89
overview, 78
removing roles/features, 93
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), 19
Openfiles tool, 109
operating systems, guest, 337-338
Optimize Backup Performance dialog box, 408
organizational units, managing, 180
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), 19
OS environment variable, 105
Out-of-Box Drivers folder, 35

P

Package Manager (Pkgmgr.exe)
functionality, 79, 109
installing IIS 7.0 components, 304
passing packages to, 79
removing roles/features, 93-94
uninstalling updates, 419
package names, 80
packages
defined, 79
dependency considerations, 82-83
installing, 79
overview, 79-80
removing, 79
Packages folder, 35
paging file, configuring, 72-73
Paint accessory, 5
parameters, command prompt, 98-99
parent partition, 322
parentheses (), 103
partitions, 322
pass-through disk, 333
passwords
local administrator, 49
replicating, 183, 186-188
resetting, 183
PATH environment variable, 105
PATHEXT environment variable, 105
PDC Emulator, 216
Peer Name Resolution Protocol, 8
percent sign (%), 106
Performance Logs & Alerts (pla), 12, 241
performance monitoring
analyzing data, 108
command prompt and, 398-403
DHCP server role, 211-212
DNS servers, 241
Reliability and Performance Monitor, 397-398
permissions
managing, 109
scheduled tasks and, 376
shared folders, 266, 268-269
PHP (PHP Hypertext Preprocessor), 306-307
pipe (|), 103
Pkgmgr.exe (Package Manager)
functionality, 79, 109
passing packages to, 79
removing roles/features, 93-94
pla (Performance Logs & Alerts), 12, 241
planning for installation
system requirements, 17-18
upgrade constraints, 18
PnP (Plug and Play) subsystem, 12
driver support, 10-11, 364
Pnputil tool, 109, 367-368
PolicyAgent (IPsec Policy Agent), 12
port numbers, 313
PowerShell Provider for IIS 7.0, 308
primary DNS servers
AD DS-integrated, 220
configuring, 221
defined, 220
standard, 220
primary zones, 222, 225
PrinBrm.exe tool, 285
print command, 285
print jobs, 294
Print Management console, 282-284, 289, 364
print queues, 294
Print Services
configuring properties, 288
installation requirements, 88
managing from command prompt, 284-285
managing from Print Management console, 282-284
role support, 77, 80, 92
Server Core installation option, 6, 15
printer drivers, 292-293
printers
configuring properties, 291
default, 292
deleting, 289
displaying settings, 291
installing, 288
viewing properties, 291
PrintUI.dll, 286-288
priority, 215
privileges, 195-196
Prncnfg.vbs script, 110, 285
Prndrvr.vbs script, 285
Prnjobs.vbs script, 285
Prnmngr.vbs script, 110, 285, 290
Prnport.vbs script, 285
Prnqctl.vbs script, 285
Process Explorer tool, 110
Process Monitor tool, 110
processes
displaying, 372-374
managing, 108, 371-376
starting, 376
stopping, 374-375
PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE environment variable, 105
PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER environment variable, 105
PROCESSOR_LEVEL environment variable, 105
PROCESSOR_REVISION environment variable, 105
product keys
additional information, 29
installing, 19, 66
ProfSvc (User Profile Service), 13
PROMPT environment variable, 105
Protected Storage service, 13
Provision Storage Wizard, 271
proxy servers, 66, 75-76
PTE resource record, 227
Pubprn.vbs script, 285
Puputil command, 364
PXE server, 40

Q

Qappsrv tool, 110
Qprocess tool, 110
Query process command, 124
Query session command, 124
Query tool, 110
Query user command, 124
QWAVE (Quality Windows Audio Visual Experience), 8, 78, 81
Qwinsta tool, 110

R

RAID, managing, 264-266
RANDOM environment variable, 105
RDC (Remote Desktop Connection)
additional information, 68
authentication considerations, 68
enabling Remote Desktop, 68
RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol), 120
Read-Only Domain Controllers. See RODCs (Read-Only Domain Controllers)
Recovery Wizard, 409
recursive queries, 234
redirection operators, 103-104
reg add command, 75
Reg Query command, 304
Regedt32.exe. See Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe)
Regional And Language Options (Intl.cpl), 5, 59-60
Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe)
configuring display settings, 73-74
DefaultSettings.BitsPerPel, 74
DefaultSettings.VRefresh, 74
DefaultSettings.XResolution, 73
DefaultSettings.YResolution, 73
functionality, 109
KB322756 article, 73
remote management support, 138
ScreenSaveActive, 75
ScreenSaverIsSecure, 75
ScreenSaveTimeOut, 75
SCRNSAVE.EXE, 75
Server Core support, 5
Reliability and Performance Monitor
collecting/analyzing data, 397-398
enabling rule groups, 130
functionality, 132
Relog tool, 108, 398
Remote Assistance, 8
Remote Desktop
administering Server Core, 120-122
authentication considerations, 68, 119-120
enabling from answer files, 69, 118
enabling from command prompt, 67-68
enabling with Scregedit.wsf, 117-118
functionality, 117
installing DHCP server role, 189
managing, 110
publishing command interpreter, 122-123
Scregedit.wsf script, 67-68
Remote Desktop Connection. See RDC (Remote Desktop Connection)
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), 120
Remote Differential Compression, 8
Remote Installation Services (RIS), 40
remote management. See also Remote Desktop; WinRS (Windows Remote Shell)
administering Server Core in workgroups, 132-133
Group Policy support, 138-141
GUI tool support, 136-138
MMC support, 128-132
RSAT support, 133-136
Windows PowerShell support, 141-142
Remote Procedure Call (RPC), 13
Remote Registry service, 13
Remote Server Administration Tools, 8
Removable Storage Manager
package names, 81
supported optional features, 8-9, 78
Repadmin command
functionality, 164, 175
managing computer accounts, 179
managing replication, 180-182
replication
folder, 279-281
managing, 180-182
password, 183, 186-188
RODC considerations, 184
Replication role service, 246
reservations, 200-201
reset session command, 110
resource records. See also specific types of resource records
aging, 238
common types, 227-228
creating, 231-232
defined, 220
displaying for nodes, 231
displaying lists of, 228-229
exporting information, 229-230
information in, 227
modifying, 232
scavenging, 238, 241
restoring database from backups, 209-210
Resultant Set of Policy Provider (RSoPProv), 13
reverse lookup zones
creating, 226
defined, 222
types, 223
RIS (Remote Installation Services), 40
RO Partial Attributes Set (RO-PAS), 184
RO-PAS (RO Partial Attributes Set), 184
Robocopy command, 209, 247
RODCs (Read-Only Domain Controllers)
additional information, 170, 172, 188
defined, 182
group membership caching, 184
installing on Server Core, 185-186
limitations, 183-184
password replication, 183, 186-188
preparing forests, 184-185
resetting passwords, 183
roles
corresponding package names, 80
defined, 77
enumerating, 83-85
enumerating using Oclist.exe, 84-85
enumerating using WMI, 85
installing, 78-79, 109
installing with dependencies, 87-88
manipulating with Ocsetup, 86, 88-89
overview, 77
packages modifying, 79
removing unneeded, 93-94
Sysprep support, 92
unattended installation, 78, 89-92
root hints, 221
root partition, 322
route command, 108
Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS), 3
RPC (Remote Procedure Call), 13
RPC Over HTTP Proxy, 8
RpcSs service (Remote Procedure Call), 13
RRAS (Routing and Remote Access Service), 3
RSAT (Remote Server Administration Tools)
administering Server Core in domains, 133-135
administering Server Core in workgroups, 136
advantages in using, 128
DHCP server role, 191-194
DNS servers, 218-219, 221
managing DNS servers, 218
managing domain controllers, 173
Share And Storage Management snap-in, 269
Windows Server 2008 support, 134
Windows Vista support, 134-135
RSoPProv (Resultant Set of Policy Provider), 13
Run registry key, 96
Rundll32.exe, 286-288, 291
Runonce registry keys, 96
Rwinsta tool, 110

S

sacsvr (Special Administration Console Helper), 13
SamSs (Security Accounts Manager), 13
Sc tool
configuring start mode for services, 362-363
DHCP Server role, 190-191
displaying service configuration information, 360-362
functionality, 108-109
managing devices, 364
managing services, 357
SCardSvr (Smart Card), 13
scavenging resource records, 238, 241
Schedule service (Task Scheduler), 13
scheduled tasks
creating new, 379
managing, 380-382
viewing, 377-378
scheduling backups, 407-408, 410-412
Schema Admins group, 170
Schtasks tool
creating new tasks, 379
deleting tasks, 380
ending tasks, 380
functionality, 108, 259
managing tasks from command prompt, 376
modifying tasks, 380
running tasks, 380
viewing scheduled tasks, 377-378
SCOM (Service Center Operations Manager), 382
scope
activating, 206
adding exclusions, 200
adding IP address range, 199-200
configuring DHCP options, 201-203
configuring lease duration, 204-206
creating new, 199
creating reservations, 200-201
creating using batch file, 203
defined, 199
deleting, 206-207
network ID, 200
reconciling, 211
viewing, 206
viewing statistics, 208
Scope Options dialog box, 204
SCPolicySvc (Smart Card Removal Policy), 13
screen buffer, command prompt, 101-102
screen savers, 74-75
Scregedit.wsf script
configuring Automatic Updates, 60-61
enabling Remote Desktop, 67-68, 117-118
functionality, 108-110
network level authentication support, 119
SRV resource records, 215
scripts
Diskpart commands, 253
functionality, 110-111
managing DHCP servers, 195
WMI support, 111-116
WMIC support, 116
writing custom, 110
Secedit command, 48, 109
seclogon (Secondary Logon), 13
secondary DNS server, 220, 222
Secondary Logon (seclogon), 13
secondary zones, 222, 225
secure dynamic update, 220
Security Accounts Manager (SamSs), 13
security identifiers (SIDs), 21
SecurityLayer setting, 120
Select An Image dialog box, 26
Self-Healing NTFS, 257-258
SENS (System Event Notification Service), 13
Server Core installation
activating, 20, 65-67
architecture overview, 9
benefits, 14-15
driver support, 10-11
Full installation option vs., 3
GUI overview, 3-5
installation options, 1-3
interface elements and, 5
MMC consoles in domains, 128-132
non-usage scenarios, 16
overview, 1
possible usage scenarios, 15-16
roles/features, 78
service footprint, 11-14
supported optional features, 7-9
supported server roles, 6-7
upgrade constraints, 18
WinRM requirements, 127
WinRS requirements, 127
Server Manager console, 78, 129
Server Message Block (SMB), 271
Server Operators group, 219
ServerCEIPOptin.exe utility, 64
ServerManagerCmd.exe, 78
ServerWEROptin.exe utility, 63
Service Center Operations Manager (SCOM), 382
services. See also specific types of services
configuring start mode, 362-363
displaying configuration information, 360-362
managing, 108
managing from command prompt, 357-363
Services snap-in, 363-364
stopping/starting, 359-360
Services snap-in, 130, 363-364
servicing images, 79
SessionEnv (Terminal Services Configuration), 13
Set command, 108
Setup log, 383
Setx command, 107
Shadow tool, 110
Share And Storage Management snap-in, 269-271
shared folders
configuring permissions, 268-269
creating, 266-267
managing, 269-271
viewing, 267
Shared Folders snap-in, 130
shares
deleting, 269
managing, 109
show config command, 53
shutdown command, 52, 71, 108, 124
SIDs (security identifiers), 21
Sigverif tool, 109
Simple Network Management Protocol. See SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
Slmgr.vbs script, 65-66, 108, 110
slsvc (Software Licensing), 13
Smart Card
SCardSvr service, 13
SCPolicySvc service, 13
SMB (Server Message Block), 271
SMTP Server, 8
snapshots, 323, 342-344
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
package names, 81
supported optional features, 78
viewing DHCP server activity, 207
SNMP Services, 8
SNMPTRAP service, 13
SOA resource record, 222, 228, 233-234
SOEM$ folder, 34
Software Shadow Copy Provider (swprv), 13
software updates
installing, 416-420
uninstalling, 419-420
viewing, 418-419
Special Administration Console Helper (sacsvr), 13
SRV resource records, 214-216, 228
standalone namespace, 273
standard primary DNS server, 220
standard zones
creating, 224-225
defined, 222
Stanek, William R., 5, 107, 176, 218, 221, 357
Start command, 86
static addressing, 56, 71
Storage Manager for SANs, 8, 266
Streaming Media Services
installing roles, 353-354
managing, 354-356
role support, 77, 80, 92
Server Core installation option, 6-7, 15
stub zone, 222, 225-226
SUA (Subsystem for Unix-based Applications), 8, 78, 81
subscriptions, 391, 396-397
Subsystem for Unix-based Applications. See SUA (Subsystem for Unix-based Applications)
swprv (Microsoft Software Shadow Copy Provider), 13
symbolic links, 263
synthetic devices, 323
Sysinternals tools, 110, 201, 371
Sysprep (System Preparation Tool), 21, 92
system environment variables, 104
System Event log, 258
System Event Notification Service (SENS), 13
System Information (Msinfo32.exe), 5, 108
System Preparation Tool (Sysprep), 21
System Recovery Options dialog box, 410
system state, backing up, 415-416
SYSTEMDRIVE environment variable, 105
Systeminfo tool, 108-109
SYSTEMROOT environment variable, 105

T

Takeown tool, 109
Task Manager (Taskmgr.exe), 5, 108
Task Scheduler (Schedule)
enabling rule groups, 130
managing scheduled tasks, 380-382
remote management support, 137
Server Core installation option, 13
Taskkill tool, 108
Tasklist tool, 108, 372-374
tasks. See also scheduled tasks
creating new, 379
deleting, 380
ending, 380
managing, 108, 376-382
running immediately, 380
TBS (TPM Base Services), 13
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
configuring settings from answer files, 56-57
configuring settings from command prompt, 53-56
TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper (lmhosts), 12
Telnet client, 8, 78, 81
Telnet server, 8
TEMP environment variable, 105
Terminal Services
displaying all sessions, 124
managing, 110, 124-125
Remote Desktop support, 122-123
Server Core installation option, 6, 13
SessionEnv service, 13
UmRdpService service, 13
Terminal Services Configuration snap-in, 124
Terminal Services for Administration. See Remote Desktop
Terminal Services Manager snap-in, 124
testing DFS namespace, 281
TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol), 43
TFTP Client, 8
TGT (ticket-granting-ticket), 183
ticket-granting-ticket (TGT), 183
TIME environment variable, 105
Timedate.cpl (Date And Time), 5, 58
TLS (Transport Layer Security), 120
TMP environment variable, 105
TPM Base Services (TBS), 13
Tracerpt tool, 398
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), 53
Transport Layer Security (TLS), 120
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), 43
troubleshooting
DHCP server role, 211-212
DNS servers, 241
Hyper-V role installation, 326-327
TrustedInstaller (Windows Modules Installer), 13
Tscon tool, 110, 124
Tsdiscon tool, 110, 124
Tskill tool, 110, 124
Type command, 263
Typeperf tool, 108, 398

U

UAC (User Account Control), 174
UDDI Services, 6
UmRdpService (Terminal Services UserMode Port Redirector), 13
unattend files. See answer files
Unattend.chm (Unattended Windows Setup Reference Help file), 47
unattended installs
creating answer files, 23-30, 47
for roles/features, 78, 89-92
from configuration sets, 32-37
from DVDs, 31-32
initial configuration, 47
types, 21-22
Unattended Windows Setup Reference Help file (Unattend.chm), 47
UNC (Universal Naming Convention), 406
Understanding IPv6 (Davies), 57
undo disks, 323
Universal Naming Convention (UNC), 406
upgrade considerations, Server Core constraints, 18
USB flash drives, 263
User Account Control (UAC), 174
user accounts, 177-178
User Profile Service (ProfSvc), 13
User State Migration Tool, 45
USERDOMAIN environment variable, 106
UserMode Port Redirector (UmRdpService), 13
USERNAME environment variable, 106
USERPROFILE environment variable, 106

V

validating answer files, 36
VBS file extension, 110
VBScript, 110
vds (Virtual Disk), 13
VDS hardware providers, 264
VGA (Video Graphics Array), 10
virtual directories, 315
Virtual Disk (vds), 13
virtual hard disk, 333
virtual machines
configuring settings, 335-337
creating, 332-335
defined, 321-322, 324
managing, 339-341
managing using PowerShell, 347
managing using WMI, 344-347
virtual networks, 331-332
virtualization, 321
VLSC (Volume Licensing Service Center), 19
Volodarsky, Mike, 308
Volume Activation, 20
Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC), 19
Volume Shadow Copy (VSS), 13, 109
volumes
checking for corruption, 256-257
correcting corruption, 257-258
defragmenting, 258-259
displaying free space, 253
managing, 248-252, 269-271
searching for files/folders, 254-255
setting dirty bit, 256
VSS (Volume Shadow Copy), 13, 109
Vssadmin tool, 109

W

W32Time (Windows Time), 13
Waik.chm (Windows AIK User's Guide), 20-21
WAS (Windows Activation Service)
installing roles/features, 87-89
Web Server role and, 297-298
WAS-ConfigurationAPI package, 302-303
WAS-NetFxEnvironment package, 302-303
WAS-ProcessModel package, 302
Wbadmin command
backing up system state, 415-416
managing scheduled backups, 410-412
performing manual backups, 412-413
performing recovery, 413-415
scheduling backups, 408
viewing status of backup operations, 413
WcsPlugInService (Windows Color System), 13
WdiServiceHost (Diagnostic Service Host), 13
WdiSystemHost (Diagnostic System Host), 14
WDSUTIL utility, 40-41
Web applications, 109, 316-320, 421-423
Web Server (IIS) role
component categories, 297-298
components and dependencies, 295-297
creating application pools, 317-318
creating virtual directories, 315
creating Web applications, 316-317
creating Web sites, 312-314
defined, 295
installing, 87, 303-307
installing from answer file, 307
isolating applications, 318
managing, 308
managing application pools, 319-320
role support, 77, 80, 92
Server Core installation option, 6-7, 15
starting/stopping Web sites, 314-315
verifying default Web sites, 310-312
Web sites
creating, 312-314
starting/stopping, 314-315
verifying default, 310-312
Wecsvc (Windows Event Collector), 14
Wecutil command, 396-397
weight, 215
WER (Windows Error Reporting)
configuring on domain-joined computers, 63
configuring with answer files, 64
configuring with command prompt, 63
functionality, 62-63
Wevtutil tool
functionality, 109
viewing event logs, 382
viewing events from command prompt, 383-390
enumerating event log names, 383
Whoami tool, 108
WIM file extension, 24, 43
WINDIR environment variable, 106
Windows Activation Service. See WAS (Windows Activation Service)
Windows AIK
Deployment Workbench support, 45
installing, 22-23
unattended installs, 21-22
Windows Deployment Services support, 40
Windows AIK User's Guide. See Waik.chm (Windows AIK User's Guide)
Windows Color System (WcsPlugInService), 13
Windows Command Reference, 51, 107
Windows Command-Line Administrator's Pocket Consultant (Stanek), 5, 107, 176
Windows Deployment Services
additional information, 44
deploying Server Core, 40-44
Server Core installation option, 6
Windows Error Reporting (WER)
configuring on domain-joined computers, 63
configuring with answer files, 64
configuring with command prompt, 63
functionality, 62-63
Windows Event Collector (Wecsvc), 14
Windows Explorer desktop shell (Explorer.exe)
managing file systems, 248
remote management support, 137
Server Core GUI support, 5
Windows Firewall (MpsSvc)
administering remotely, 118, 123
configuring, 108, 131
installation considerations, 12
WinRM requirements, 127
Windows Firewall with Advanced Security snap-in
administering remotely, 69-70, 129-131, 135
changing focus, 129
enabling rule groups, 130
Windows Imaging files, 24
Windows Installer. See msiexec.exe (Windows Installer)
Windows Internal Database, 8
Windows Mail, 5
Windows Management Instrumentation. See WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation)
Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line. See WMIC (Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line)
Windows Media Audio (WMA), 353
Windows Media Player, 5
Windows Media Services
applying update package, 353-355
Remote Server Administration Tools snap-in, 355-356
starting, 354
Windows Modules Installer (TrustedInstaller), 13
Windows PE (Preinstallation Environment)
additional information, 20
manual installation and, 20
overview, 21
Windows Deployment Services support, 40
Windows PowerShell
additional information, 142
managing virtual machines, 347
remote management support, 141-142
restrictions, 111
Server Core GUI support, 6
supported optional features, 8
Windows Preinstallation Environment. See Windows PE (Preinstallation Environment)
Windows Product Activation Service, 8
Windows Remote Management (WinRM), 14
Windows Remote Shell. See WinRS (Windows Remote Shell)
Windows Server 2008
Bluetooth technology and, 289
domain functional level, 172
forest functional level, 172
RSAT support, 134
verifying Hyper-V support, 325
Windows Server 2008 Administrator's Pocket Consultant (Stanek), 218, 221, 357
Windows Server 2008 Product Roadmap, 18
Windows Server 2008 Technical Library, 5
Windows Server Backup Features, 8
Windows Setup, 25
Windows Side-by-Side (WinSxS) directory, 17
Windows SIM (Windows System Image Manager)
activating Windows, 67
additional information, 47
Answer File pane, 23
automating prompts, 44
configuring CEIP settings, 65
configuring screen saver settings, 75
configuring TCP/IP settings, 56-57
creating answer files, 23-24
Distribution Share pane, 23
installing DHCP server role, 189
installing DNS servers, 217
installing File Services, 246
installing roles/features, 89
joining domains, 72
Messages pane, 23
overview, 21
Properties pane, 23
Windows Image pane, 23
Windows System Resource Manager, 8
Windows Time (W32Time), 13
Windows Update (wuauserv), 14
Windows Vista, 134-135
WinHttp Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service (WinHttpAutoProxySvc), 14
WinHttpAutoProxySvc (WinHttp Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service), 14
Winmgmt (Windows Management Instrumentation), 14
WinRE, 409
WinRM (Windows Remote Management)
additional information, 126
configuring, 125-126
configuring with Group Policy, 128
domain controller support, 175
Server Core installation option, 14
usage requirements, 127
WinRS (Windows Remote Shell)
additional information, 126
administering in domains, 126
administering in workgroups, 126-127
configuring WinRM, 125-126
configuring with Group Policy, 128
creating reservations, 201
enabling Remote Desktop, 118
functionality, 125
managing domain controllers, 174
usage requirements, 127
WINS Server
integrating DNS servers, 238-239
package names, 81
supported optional features, 8, 78
WinSxS (Windows Side-by-Side) directory, 17
Wireless LAN Service, 8
WMA (Windows Media Audio), 353
WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation)
administering Server Core with Group Policy, 138-140
enumerating roles/features, 85
managing virtual machines, 344-347
script support, 110-116
Server Core GUI support, 6
Server Core installations, 128
Windows PowerShell support, 141
Winmgmt service, 14
WMI namespace, 113-114
WMI Performance Adapter (wmiApSrv), 14
WMI providers, 111-112
WMI Query Language (WQL), 139
wmiApSrv (WMI Performance Adapter), 14
WMIC (Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line)
configuring paging file, 72
script support, 116
viewing installed applications, 422
viewing installed updates, 418-419
Wordpad, 5
workgroups
administering Server Core, 132-133, 136
WinRS support, 126-127
WQL (WMI Query Language), 139
WS-Management, 14, 125
WSF file extension, 110
Wuauclt tool, 109, 416
wuauserv (Windows Update), 14
Wusa tool, 109

Z

zone files, 220
zone transfers
configuring, 236-237
defined, 220
zones. See also specific types of zones
defined, 220
deleting, 226-227
displaying list of resource records, 228-229
displaying list on DNS servers, 223-224
exporting resource record information, 229-230
pausing/resuming, 241

 

 

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