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70-290 Concepts: Networking/Terminal Services


graduation·          Under Windows Server 2003, the default share permissions are Everyone: Allow Read (previously Full Control in Server 2000)

·          Under Windows Server 2003, the default NTFS permissions are Administrator/System/Owner: Full Control; Users: Allow Modify

 

·          NTFS permissions are cumulative, with deny always overrides; share permissions + NTFS = lowest takes precedent.

·          Share folders cannot be renamed; share folders with a postfix of $ will be hidden in Network Places.

·          Quotas: admin @ unlimited; assigned per-user/per-drive. Not assignable to groups; based on file size regardless of disk compression

·          Shadow copies automatically backup copies of shared folders at scheduled times, must be NTFS formatted, setup per volume, must have client software installed and accessed via UNC (\\server\share)

·          Terminal Services (TS) Licensing: Remote Administration Mode: 2 concurrent users max; Application Server: need per client license for every client

·          TS management, permitting to view/connect/disconnect/logoff/send message/remote control

·          TS configuration permitting control over Active Desktop/temp files/encryption level/local resources/etc.

·          Should use tsshutdn.exe instead of shutdown since it will notify remote users of the restart.

·          Control of remote desktop on server via right-click My Computer > Properties > Remote

·          The print spooler service loads files to memory for printing, if there is a problem restart the service.

·          Terminal Services Licensing server:

o    Terminal Servers first check their registry for a possible pointer to a license server; then they query

o    Enterprise License Server which can run on a DC or member servers; registered existence in AD for the local site only; then they query

o    Domain Licensing Server: only exists on domain controllers

 

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