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The job of administering a Windows Server 2008 network, even one as small as a single server and a few workstations, is a significant task To assist in this, Windows Server 2008 has a number of system management tools that can be used to monitor and tune the system s performance, both locally and remotely These tools can be categorized into the following areas: Overall server management File system management
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Figure 1-4 The Server Manager role selection provides for the installation of the primary server
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As you have already read, the primary overall server management tool in Windows Server 2008 is the Server Manager The Server Manager is often the single tool needed to install, monitor, and manage both major and minor server components, as described earlier in this chapter, as well as throughout this book Many of the other facilities for administering Windows Server 2008 described in the following sections are also installed and can be managed from Server Manager Figure 1-4 showed the major roles that can be installed from Server Manager For many of these major roles, a number of optional role services
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Figure 1-5 In addition to the roles that can be installed and managed with Server Manager,
a number of independent features can also be installed there
also can be installed In addition to the roles, a large number of independent server features can be installed with the Server Manager, some of which are shown in Figure 1-5
File System Management
Windows Server 2008 is designed 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 Prior to Windows 2000 Server, only one type of storage was available, called basic storage, which allowed a drive to be divided into partitions or volumes only before it was reformatted Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 added dynamic storage, which allows the dynamic creation of and changes to volumes In Windows Server 2008, you can shrink and extend volumes within a basic storage drive, which has the same effect as repartitioning the drive, but there are other advanced features, such as a volume spanning two or more drives that require dynamic storage When you first install Windows Server 2008,
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all drives are basic storage You can then choose to convert a given drive to dynamic storage and have both types in a computer, or convert all drives to dynamic storage The Windows Server 2008 file system can extend well beyond a single drive, or even beyond all the drives in a single machine, to all the drives in a network, and it even includes volumes stored offline The management of this system is significant, and Windows Server 2008 thus has a significant set of tools to handle file system management, which is described in 12 Among these tools are: Disk Management Dynamic Volume Management Distributed File System Disk Backup and Recovery
Figure 1-6 shows the Disk Management pane within the Server Manager window It is also available within Computer Management
Figure 1-6 Disk management can be handled in either the Server Manager or Computer Management
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Printing Management
The ability to transfer computer information to paper or other media is still important, and the ability to share printers is a major network function, as you can see in Figure 1-7 Both Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista can share their printers and therefore serve as print servers In addition, Windows Server 2008 has a Print Services role that can be installed and managed in Server Manager This role allows you to manage all the printers on the network 13 describes what constitutes Windows Server 2008 printing, how to set it up, how to manage it, and how to manage the fonts that are required for printing
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