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If you want to use a different printer, you have three alternatives: Install another printer in Windows during the RDC or TS session by clicking, if in Windows Vista, Start | Control Panel and double-clicking Printers Select a different printer as the default printer in the client computer before starting the RDC or TS session Turn off the use of the local printer in the Remote Desktop Connection dialog box as you are logging on This will then allow you to use the default printer on the host/server
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he foundation task of a server is to store, retrieve, and manage files If that is not done easily and efficiently, there is little reason for the server This chapter looks at how Windows Server 2008 handles this function In the process, the chapter discusses the structure and systems used for file storage, and the management features that Windows Server 2008 makes available in this area
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Windows Server 2008 is meant to work in a wide range of computing environments and with several other operating systems As a result, the structure of its file storage has to be flexible This is manifest in the types of storage that are available and in the file systems that Windows Server 2008 can utilize
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Prior to Windows 2000, there was only one type of storage, called basic storage, which allowed a drive to be divided into partitions Windows Server 2000 added dynamic storage, which allows the dynamic creation of volumes On a disk-by-disk basis, you must choose which type of storage you want to use, because you can use only one type on a drive You can have both types in a computer that has two or more drives
Basic Storage
Basic storage, which provides for the partitioning of a hard disk, is the default type of storage in Windows Server 2008 and is the type of storage used in versions of Windows prior to Windows 2000, including Windows NT and MS-DOS Partitioning uses software to divide a single disk drive into partitions that act as if they were separate disk drives There are primary partitions and extended partitions (Partitions are the same as simple volumes, which are discussed throughout this chapter) NOTE Windows Server 2008 has made the distinction between partitions and volumes fuzzy It used to be that the divisions of basic disks were partitions, while the divisions of dynamic disks were volumes In Windows Server 2008, basic disks have primary partitions and extended partitions listed under a heading Volume Also, if you right-click a storage object, you get Extend Volume, Shrink Volume, and Delete Volume in the context menu As a rule of thumb, you can think of volumes and partitions as being synonymous The only true difference is that volumes can span two or more drives, while partitions are limited to a single drive Because of the menu options, we will generally call storage objects volumes, but we will also use primary partition and extended partition, because Windows Server 2008 does that Primary partitions are given a drive letter, are separately formatted, and are used to boot or start the computer There can be up to four primary partitions on a single drive One partition at a time is made the active partition that is used to start the computer You can put different operating systems in different partitions and start them independently
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(called dual -booting, although you can now have three or more of them) Since each partition is formatted separately, another use of partitions is to put data on one partition and the programs and operating system on another partition, allowing you to reformat the applications/OS partition without disturbing the data, or vice versa NOTE There are some limitations and/or downsides to dual-booting See Decide Whether to DualBoot in 2 One partition on a disk drive can be an extended partition in place of a primary partition, so there can be only three primary partitions if there is an extended partition An extended partition does not have a drive letter and is not formatted; rather, you divide an extended partition into logical drives, each of which is given a drive letter and separately formatted An extended partition with logical drives allows you to divide a disk into more than four segments You do not need to have a primary partition to create an extended partition Partitions or volumes are usually created and changed while you are doing a clean install of an OS In Windows Server 2008, though, you can use Disk Management (see Disk Management, later in this chapter) to create a new volume if there is enough unpartitioned pace, or you can delete or shrink a volume to create more unpartitioned space If you delete a volume, you lose all of its contents and must reformat any new partition that is created You can only shrink a volume if there is unused space
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