Chapter 3. Managing Servers Running Windows Server 2008

Servers are the heart of any Microsoft Windows network. One of your primary responsibilities as an administrator is to manage these resources. Windows Server 2008 includes several integrated management tools, including Initial Configuration Tasks for performing initial setup of a server and Server Manager for handling core system administration tasks. Although the Initial Configuration Tasks console is a handy tool for quick setup, Server Manager provides similar setup options, includes the functions of the Computer Management console, and adds options for managing ...

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