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16. Cut and paste this document to the My Documents folder. 17. Close any remaining open windows.
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Exercise 2: Installing Windows Support Tools
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Before beginning this exercise, insert the Windows Server 2003 installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive on Computer1. 1. While you are logged on to Computer1 as Administrator, browse the Windows Server 2003 CD to the \Support\Tools folder. 2. In the Tools folder, double-click Suptools.msi. The Windows Support Tools Setup Wizard opens. 3. Click Next. The End User License Agreement page appears. 4. Click the I Agree option, and then click Next. The User Information page appears. 5. In the Name text box and the Organization text box, enter your name and organi zation, and click Next. The Destination Directory page appears. 6. Leave the default install path, and click Install Now. After installation is complete, the Completing The Windows Support Tools Setup Wizard page appears. 7. Click Finish to exit the wizard.
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Exercise 3: Running Netdiag from Across the Network
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In this exercise, you use the Telnet utility to connect to Computer1. You then run the Netdiag utility from the Telnet prompt. 1. While you are logged on to Computer1 as Administrator, open the Services console by clicking the Start button, selecting Administrative Tools, and then clicking Services. The Services console opens. 2. In the right pane of the Services console, select Telnet from the list of services. Note that the Status field is blank for Telnet service.
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3. Start the Telnet service. One way to accomplish this task is to double-click the Telnet icon, select Manual from the Startup Type drop-down list box, click Apply, click Start, and then click OK. The Service Control status box appears while the Telnet service is starting. It dis appears when the service has started successfully. In the Services console, the Sta tus field for the Telnet service now contains the word Started. 4. Close the Services console. 5. Log on to Computer2 as Administrator. 6. On Computer2, open a command prompt and enter telnet computer1. You will be warned about sending your password to a remote computer. 7. Press y, and then press Enter. If you have assigned the Administrator account the same password on Computer2 as on Computer1, you will receive a Welcome message and a command prompt from Telnet Server. If you have assigned the two Administrator accounts separate passwords, you must enter the Administrator credentials for Computer1 before you receive this message and command prompt. 8. After you have received the Welcome message, type netdiag at the Telnet com mand prompt, and then press Enter. Information gathers for a few moments, and then the output of the Netdiag utility appears at the command prompt. This utility has been run on Computer1. 9. Briefly review the Netdiag output. 10. At the Telnet command prompt, type cd my documents, and then press Enter. The directory on Computer1 from which you are executing commands changes. 11. At the Telnet prompt, type netdiag >NetdiagOutput.txt, and then press Enter. A copy of the Netdiag output is saved to the My Documents folder on Computer1. 12. At the Telnet prompt, type netdiag /v >VerboseNetdiagOutput.txt, and then press Enter. A copy of the verbose Netdiag output is saved to the My Documents folder on Computer1. 13. Switch back to Computer1 and open the My Documents folder. 14. Open NetdiagOutput.txt, and then open VerboseNetdiagOutput.txt. 15. Take a minute to compare the output from these two modes of the Netdiag utility. 16. In the My Documents folder, use the shortcut to the NetDiag folder to open the HTML file that you created and saved through Network Diagnostics.
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17. Take a minute to compare the information in this file with the information in the two files generated from the Netdiag utility. 18. Close all open windows on Computer1 and Computer2. 19. Log off Computer1 and Computer2.
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