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Troubleshooting Lab
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1. Where should you consider adding PostScript drivers (Choose all that apply.)
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The correct answer is b. Adding the PostScript driver for the MarketingPrinter will cause that printer to use the PostScript driver, without affecting the SalesPrinter. Although each client printer will require the PostScript driver as well, you do not need to add the driver manually. Windows 2000 and Windows XP clients will download the new driver automatically.
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9 Maintaining the Operating System
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Manage software update infrastructure Manage software site licensing
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On June 14, 2005, Microsoft released 10 security bulletins as part of its monthly update release. Three of these were rated Critical, and analysts expected that code exploiting the vulnerabilities would hit the streets within one week. In late 2005 a vulnerability in the Windows Metafile Format (WMF) was announced and exploits were released before Microsoft was able to fully regression test an update against the wide variety of operating systems and applications affected by the problem. No longer is it acceptable to wait for Service Pack 3 before deploying Service Pack 2, as was the practice in many organizations until recently. It is now understood that an enterprise network that is not updated with code fixes is simply not secure. Software updates now became part and parcel of the security strategies of an organization. In this chapter, you will learn how to apply Microsoft Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to keep servers and desktops up to date. WSUS allows an enterprise to centralize the downloading, testing, approval, and distribution of Windows-critical updates and Microsoft Windows security rollups. This service will play a significant role in maintaining the integrity of your enterprise network. You will also learn how to deploy Service Packs to one or more machines. Finally, you will examine the components of site software licensing. Lessons in this :
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Lesson 1: Windows Server Update Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-3 Lesson 2: Service Packs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-27 Lesson 3: Administering Software Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-30
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Maintaining the Operating System
Before You Begin
This chapter presents the skills and concepts related to administering Windows Server Update Services, service pack deployment, and licensing. Although it is advantageous to have two computers (a computer running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and a client running Windows XP or Windows 2000 Professional), you can complete the exercises in this chapter with only one computer. Prepare the following:
Windows Server 2003 (Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition) installed as Server01 and configured as a domain controller in the domain contoso.com 10 GB of free disk space to support the installation of WSUS
A first-level organizational unit (OU) named Desktops Networking configured to provide Internet connectivity
Lesson 1
Windows Server Update Services
Lesson 1: Windows Server Update Services
To maintain a secure computing environment, it is critical to keep systems up to date with security patches. Since 1998, Microsoft has provided Windows Update as a Webbased source of information and downloads. With Windows XP and Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Microsoft added Automatic Updates, through which a system automatically connects to Windows Update and downloads any new, applicable patches or hotfixes. Although the Windows Update servers and Automatic Updates client achieve the goal of keeping systems current, many administrators are uncomfortable with either computers or users deciding which patches should be installed because a patch might interfere with the functioning of a business-critical application. Microsoft s first effort to create a centralized technology for managing software updates was Software Update Services (SUS). SUS addressed the demands of Microsoft customers for easier deployment of security updates but lacked key features, including the capability to update applications such as Microsoft Office and to easily report the status of patched systems on the network. In mid-2005, Microsoft released Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), a significant enhancement of the technologies that had been introduced as SUS. Like SUS, WSUS is a client-server application that enables a server on your intranet to act as a point of management for the distribution of updates. You can approve updates for WSUS clients, which then download and install the approved updates automatically without requiring local administrator account credentials or user interaction. In this lesson, you will learn to install and administer WSUS on a computer running Windows Server 2003. The following lesson will guide you through the steps required to configure systems on your network to receive updates from WSUS.
As of the date of writing, the 70-290 certification exam objectives relate only to SUS. Although it would be expected that Microsoft will update the exam, it is important that you study and thoroughly understand SUS prior to taking the 70-290 exam. We have included the previous version of this chapter on the CD-ROM accompanying this book.
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