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s 3 through 6 focus on the essentials of new installations of Windows Server 2003 to the exclusion of upgrading and migrating earlier Windows servers. Information on upgrading Windows servers and migrating user, service, and server settings is covered in Part 3, Windows Server 2003 Upgrades and Migrations.
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To install Windows Server 2003, you can boot from the Windows CD, run Setup from within your current Windows operating system, perform a command-line installation, or use one of the automated installation options. You can also use network installations, which allow installation from a shared distribution point on your network. You should know about a few changes and enhancements in the setup processes as well. For security reasons, most network services are not installed by default, and, unlike earlier versions of the Windows operating system, they can t be installed during the main setup procedure. Automated setup has been improved in several useful ways: Setup Manager is much easier to use and RIS now supports deploying Windows Server 2003 remotely to computers with no operating system previously installed. Licensing has also changed since Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, and product activation might now be required after installation.
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Several aspects of installation have been improved in Windows Server 2003. Highlights of these improvements include the following:
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You can use the Dynamic Update feature to ensure that only the latest files are installed on your computers. Dynamic Update allows you to download updated drivers and Windows setup files and easily deploy them as part of every Windows installation. This also helps ensure that all copies of the Windows operating system are using the latest security updates. Remember that to continue to operate each retail copy of Windows Server 2003 requires activation during the first 14 days after installation. Windows Product Activation (WPA) is not implemented, however, in volume-licensing programs some sort of volume license key is used instead. This antipiracy measure requires consideration, especially by administrators of small networks who are less likely to have volume licensing and to thus be exempt from WPA. If you must deal with WPA, you must decide if you are going to do so over an Internet connection or by calling Microsoft and registering over the phone. Clearly, activating online presents advantages of speed and ease to a busy network administrator. The capability to deploy server versions of the Windows operating system was added in a Windows 2000 Server Service Pack 3 and has been enhanced in Windows Server 2003. RIS now encrypts the
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Deployment of Windows Server 2003 by using RIS
Preparing for the Installation and Getting Started local administrator password, detects client hardware abstraction layer (HAL) so only OS installations with a compatible HAL are offered, performs automatic Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) authorization, and can automate the entire setup process including the Client Installation Wizard (CIW) text-mode portion. RIS also provides important support for two new features of Windows Server 2003.
Headless servers To allow companies to avoid the extra cost of additional monitors, keyboards, and mice, and to facilitate operation on rack-mounted systems, Windows Server 2003 supports headless servers. RIS is important to this feature, because it can be used for the installation of these systems. Emergency Management Services Windows Server 2003 implements a new feature for server management, Emergency Management Services (EMS). EMS allows administrators to remotely control a server in situations that would normally require local access to the machine. EMS requires serial hardware that supports out-of-bandwidth functionality. You ll find detailed guides on what EMS is and how it works on the CD-ROM that accompanies this book.
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Product activation can recur Although most enterprise and midsize corporate environments will be largely unaffected by WPA because they use volume license programs, it remains an ongoing concern for small businesses and users. If you are using a retail, original equipment manufacturer (OEM), or generic open-license version and change your computer hardware frequently, you are likely to be repeatedly required to perform product activation. Keep in mind that once the product is activated, the product ID is tied to the hardware upon which the operating system is installed. If multiple components of the computer system, such as the central processing unit (CPU), hard disk, and random access memory (RAM), are changed and Windows Server 2003 is reinstalled upon this changed server hardware, the product activation is likely to fail. In fact, you can actually change enough hardware in an existing system to elicit WPA again. Upgrade your CPU, double your system RAM, and buy a bigger hard disk the system will work better, but you will have to get Microsoft s assistance to continue to use your operating system by reactivating Windows within three days.
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