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Part 6: Managing Windows Server 2003 Networking and Print Services
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out The command-line counterpart to the WINS console is Netsh WINS. From the command prompt on a computer running Windows Server 2003, you can use Netsh WINS to perform all the tasks available in the WINS console as well as to perform some additional tasks that can t be performed in the WINS console. To start Netsh WINS and access a particular WINS server, follow these steps:
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1 Start a command prompt, and then type netsh to start Netsh. The command prompt changes to netsh>. 2 Access the WINS context within Netsh by typing wins. The command prompt changes to netsh WINS>. 3 Type server followed by the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) name or IP address of the WINS server, such as \\ns2 or \\10.10.15.2. If the WINS server is in a different domain from your logon domain, you should type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the server, such as \\ns2.cpandl.com. 4 The command prompt changes to netsh WINS server>. You can now work with the selected server. If you later want to work with a different server, you can do this without having to start over. Simply type server followed by the UNC name or IP address of that server.
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Technically, you don t need to type the double backslashes (\\) when you specify an IP address. You must, however, type \\ when you specify a server s name or FQDN. Because of this discrepancy, you might want to use \\ all the time so that you won t leave it out by accident when you need it.
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Resolving WINS replication errors Most WINS replication errors involve incorrectly configured WINS servers. If you see replication errors in the event logs, check the TCP/IP configuration of your WINS servers. Every WINS server in the organization should be configured as its own primary, and any secondary WINS servers should be deleted. This ensures that WINS servers register their NetBIOS names only in their own WINS database. If you don t configure WINS in this way, WINS servers may register their names with other WINS servers. This can result in different WINS servers owning the NetBIOS names that a particular WINS server registers and, ultimately, to problems with WINS itself. For more information on this issue, see Microsoft Knowledge Base article 321208 (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx scid=kb;en-us;321208).
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Implementing and Maintaining WINS
Configuring Replication Partners
When you have two or more WINS servers on a network, you should configure replication between them. When servers replicate database entries with each other, they are said to be replication partners.
Replication Essentials
There are two replication roles for WINS servers:
Push partner Pull partner
A push partner is a replication partner that notifies other WINS servers that updates are available. A pull partner is a replication partner that requests updates.
By default, all WINS servers have replication enabled and replication partners are configured to use both push and pull replication. After a replication partner notifies a partner that there are changes using push replication, the partner can request the changes using pull replication. This pulls the changes down to its WINS database. In addition, all replication is done using persistent connections by default to increase efficiency. Because replication is automatically enabled and configured, all you have to do to start replication is tell each WINS server about the other WINS servers that are available. On a small network, you can do this using the automatic replication partners feature. Because this can cause a lot of broadcast traffic on medium or large networks that contain many clients and servers, you ll probably want to designate specific replication partners to reduce broadcast traffic.
Configuring Automatic Replication Partners
To configure automatic replication partners, follow these steps:
1 Start the WINS console. Right-click the WINS node in the left pane, and select Add Server. In the Add Server dialog box, select This Server, type the name or IP address of the WINS server, and then click OK. 2 Expand the server entry, right-click the Replication Partners entry in the left pane, and then select Properties. In the Replication Partners Properties dialog box, select the Advanced tab, as shown in Figure 28-2.
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