Designing and Deploying File Servers
Updated: March 28, 2003
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
File servers running the Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 operating system are ideal for providing access to files for users in medium and large organizations. Windows Server 2003 offers a number of file server solutions, such as Distributed File System (DFS), File Replication service (FRS), Windows server clusters, NTFS permissions, disk quotas, and shadow copies, for enhancing the manageability, scalability, availability, and security of file servers.
In This Chapter
For information about installing and managing software applications by using Group Policy, see "Deploying a Managed Software Environment" in Designing a Managed Environment of this kit.
For information about managing user desktops, settings, and data by storing data and settings on network servers, see "Implementing User State Management" in Designing a Managed Environment.
For information about server clusters, see "Designing and Deploying Server Clusters" in this book.