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Introducing Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003
Author Jerry Honeycutt
Pages 464
Disk 1 Evaluation CD(s)
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Published 01/29/2003
ISBN 9780735615700
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Numbers
6to4 tunneling, 140
64-bit support
   Group Policy, 50
   IIS (Internet Information Services), 208
   overview, 9
   software deployment, 81
   Windows Clustering, 250
   Windows Installer, 91-92
128-bit encryption, 179
802.1X support, 33, 124

A
access control, 99-102
ACL management, 61
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface), 316-317
ACT. See Application Compatibility Toolkit
Active Directory
   Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT), 52-53
   administration management, 50-55
   Adprep tool (Active Directory Preparation tool), 54
   application directory partitions, 52-53
   basics, 37-38
   best practices, 373-375
   branch office performance, 48-49
   clients, 45-46
   configuration management, 50-55
   Configure Your Server Wizard, 50-51
   Credential Manager, 58, 62
   directory data store, 38-39
   DirSync control, 53
   Distributed File System (DFS), 45
   DNS (Domain Name System), 51-54
   domain controller overload prevention, 49
   domain managing, 56
   domain rename, 54
   domain upgrades, 54
   finding directory information, 43
   forest upgrades, 54
   functionality levels, 53-54
   global catalog, 42-43, 50
   group membership replication, 50
   Group Policy management, 55-59
   Group Policy Management Console. See Group Policy Management Console
   Group Policy Modeling, 57
   Group Policy Results, 56
   integration, 46-48
   Inter-Site Topology Generator (ISTG), 51
   Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC), 45
   LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), 47, 50
   managing, 46-47
   Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ), 48
   migration tool enhancements, 52-53
   NTLM version 2 authentication, 46
   overview, 23, 37-38
   Passport, 47-48
   performance, 48-50
   productivity, 46-48
   replication, 43-45, 55
   scalability, 48-50
   schema, 39-41
   security, 39, 59-62, 105-106
   Terminal Server, 48, 59
   total cost of ownership (TCO), 37
   trust monitoring, 55
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 30, 383-384
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 26, 344, 352-356, 363-364, 373-375
   Windows Address Book (WAB), 46
   Windows Clustering, 254
   Windows Management Instrumentation. See Windows Management Instrumentation
   Windows NT 4.0 compatibility, 355-356
Active Directory Installation Wizard, 356-357
Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT), 52-53
Active Directory Preparation tool (Adprep tool), 54, 83, 367, 378-379
Active Directory Schema snap-in, 39-41
Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI), 43, 45, 178
Active Server Pages (ASP) template cache, 202
Add/Remove Components application, 182
ADMT (Active Directory Migration Tool), 52-53
Adprep tool (Active Directory Preparation tool), 54, 83, 367, 378-379
ADSI (Active Directory Services Interface), 43, 45, 178
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI), 316-317
advertisements, 223
AF_NETBIOS, 166
all-user remote access credential feature, 136
Analyzer tool, 387, 389
Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT). See also testing for application compatibility
   Analyzer tool, 387, 389
   Application Verifier (AppVerifier) tool, 6, 387, 400-404
   collecting information, 389-390
   Collector tool, 388
   Compatibility Administrator tool, 388, 394-395
   Compatibility Analyzer tool, 388-390
   Compatibility Database Installer (Sdbinst.exe), 399-400
   Merger tool, 389
   overview, 387-388
   reporting information, 390-391
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 375-376
application directory partitions, 52-53, 386
application pools, 185-186, 202
application services, 213-218, 344-345
Application Verifier (AppVerifier) tool, 6, 387, 400-404
architecture
   IIS (Internet Information Services), 182-184
   Network Load Balancing (NLB), 280-290
   server clusters, 266
ASP (Active Server Pages) template cache, 202
ASP.NET, 204, 215-216
ASR (Automated System Recovery), 229, 237-238, 259
assigning applications, 79
attributes, 40
auditing, 102-105
authentication. See also security
   cross-forest, 60-62, 156
   IEEE 802.1x, 154-155
   IIS (Internet Information Services) security, 97-98, 195-196
   interactive logon, 98
   Internet Authentication Service (IAS), 110-111, 154-162
   list of types, 97
   network, 98
   NTLM, 46
   overview, 96-97
   password-based, 125
   Services for Macintosh (SFM), 169-170
   single sign-on, 98
   two-factor, 98-99
authorization
   cross-forest, 61
   IAS proxy, 161-162
   URL, 194-195
Auto Update, 5, 68, 210
autoenrollment, 114-115
Automated System Recovery (ASR), 229, 237-238, 259
Automatic Proxy Configuration, 131
Automatic Updates client, 69
availability, 21

B
Backup (NTBackup.exe), 259
backup domain controllers (BDCs), 360-361
basic input/output system (BIOS), 313-314, 316-317
BDCs (backup domain controllers), 360-361
Best Economics, 20, 26
bidirectional affinity, 264-265
binary logging, 209
BIOS (basic input/output system), 313-314, 316-317

C
CAPICOM, 109
CardBus Wake on LAN, 146
Certificate Services, 114
certificate templates, 114-115
certificates, 112-115
CHKDSK tool, 230, 238-239, 262
classes, 40
clean installations
   compared with upgrades, 309-311, 349-350
   considerations, 318-319
client-side caching (CSC), 258
Clusdiag tool, 262
cluster installation wizard, 251
clustering services
   bidirectional affinity, 264-265
   Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), 265-266
   multi-NIC support, 264
   Network Load Balancing (NLB), 248
   overview, 9, 247-250
   server clusters. See server clusters
   switch flooding, 265-266
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 33
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 28, 345
   virtual clusters, 263-264
   Windows Clustering. See Windows Clustering
CMAK (Connection Manager Administration Kit), 131-133
Collector tool, 388
COM+ services in ASP, 207-208
command shell, 83
command-line tools, 82-88, 123, 168-169
common language runtime, 22
communications
   authentication, 169-170
   command-line tools, 168-169
   Connection Manager enhancements, 131-133
   DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), 150-151
   DNS (Domain Name System), 151-154
   IAS (Internet Authentication Service), 154-162
   Internet connectivity improvements, 133-135
   IPSec (Internet Protocol Security), 162-165
   legacy networking protocols, 167
   legacy RPC protocols, 167-168
   network access options, 135-137
   network device support improvements, 144-147
   network diagnostics features, 122-123
   network location awareness, 123-124
   network services support, 147
   overview, 121-122
   protocols, 137-144
   Real Time Communication (RTC) Client APIs, 149-150
   Routing and Remote Access enhancements, 126-130
   Services for Macintosh (SFM), 169-170
   storage area networks (SANs), 167
   TAPI (Telephony API), 148
   TAPI Service Providers (TSP), 148
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 345
   Windows Sockets Direct (WSD), 167
   WINS (Windows Internet Name Service), 154
   Winsock API, 166
   wireless LAN enhancements, 124-126
compatibility
   drivers, 313-314
   hardware, 313-318, 347-348
   testing for application. See testing for application compatibility
Compatibility Administrator tool, 388, 394-395
Compatibility Analyzer tool, 388-390
Compatibility Database Installer (Sdbinst.exe), 399-400
configuration data, 38
configuration management, 50-55, 63-65
Configure Your Server (CYS) application, 182
Configure Your Server Wizard, 6, 50-51
Connection Manager, 131-133, 174
Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK), 131-133
Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) Wizard, 132
Connection Manager Favorites, 131
connectivity, 20, 24-25
controlling access, 99-102
convergence, 289-290
Credential Manager, 58, 62
Credential Manager Key Ring feature, 136
Critical Update Notification, 68
cross-certifications, 62
cross-forest authentication, 60-62, 156
cross-forest authorization, 61
CSC (client-side caching), 258
CYS (Configure Your Server) application, 182

D
data protection, 106-111
Datacenter Edition, 4, 10-18
Datacenter Joint Support Queue, 12
Defragmenter tool, 229, 239
delegated authentication, 195-196
dependability, 19-22
deploying Windows Server 2003
   clean installation considerations, 318-319
   clean installations compared with upgrades, 309-311
   configuring networking, 337-340
   DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), 338
   disk partitions, 332-335
   DNS (Domain Name System), 339-340
   dynamic disks, 335-337
   file systems, 328-337
   files to review, 317-318
   hardware compatibility, 313-318
   installing multiple operating systems, 321-328
   IP addresses, 338-339
   licensing modes, 319-321
   mirror sets, 336-337
   name resolution, 339-340
   new installation considerations, 318-319
   new installations compared with upgrades, 309-311
   overview, 309
   Remote Installation Services (RIS), 334
   server planning, 340-341
   static IP addresses, 339
   stripe sets, 336-337
   system requirements, 311-313
   TCP/IP, 337-338
   tools, 88-92
   upgrades compared with new installations, 309-311
   volume sets, 336-337
   WINS (Windows Internet Name Service), 339-340
Deployment Kit, 368
deployment tools, 88-92
Designed for Windows logo program, 403-404
DFS. See Distributed File System
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), 150-151, 270, 338
digital signatures, 108
directory data store, 38-39
DirSync control, 53
Disk Defragmenter tool, 229, 239
disk partitions, 332-335
Distributed File System (DFS)
   Active Directory, 45
   file services, 229-230, 233-234
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 30
   Windows Clustering, 258
DNS (Domain Name System)
   Active Directory, 51-54
   deploying Windows Server 2003, 339-340
   improvements in Windows Server 2003, 151-154
   IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6), 141
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 386
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 357-358
domain controllers
   directory data store, 38
   global catalog, 42
   overload prevention, 49
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 384
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 351, 366-368
domain data, 38
Domain Name System. See DNS
domain rename, 54
domains
   managing, 56
   trusts, 369-371
   upgrades, 54
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 384-386
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 364-365
driver compatibility checking, 313-314
dynamic disks, 335-337
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), 150-151, 270, 338
Dynamic Update, 68, 317-318

E
EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol), 158, 161
EAP-TLS (Extensible Authentication Protocol with Transport Level Security), 157
effective permissions, 101
EFS. See Encrypting File System
Emergency Management Services, 33
Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP), 129
Encrypting File System (EFS)
   file services, 230
   multiple operating systems, 327-328
   overview, 106-108
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 30
   Windows Clustering, 258
Enterprise Edition
   features, 9-10, 14-17
   hardware requirements, 17-18
   overview, 4, 8
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 344
Enterprise UDDI services, 25
ESP (Encapsulating Security Payload), 129
Exchange, 362
ExecuteURL, 204-205
extending schema, 41
Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP), 158, 161
Extensible Authentication Protocol with Transport Level Security (EAP-TLS), 157
external trusts, 370

F
failover, 273-279
Fast Cache, 220-221
Fast Reconnect, 221-222
Fast Recovery, 221
Fast Start, 220
Fast Streaming, 220
FAT and FAT32 file systems, 328-331
features
   Datacenter Edition, 12-13
   Enterprise Edition, 9-10
   operating systems compared, 14-17
   Standard Edition, 5-7
File Replication service (FRS), 30, 230
file services
   ASR (Automated System Recovery), 229, 237-238
   benefits, 228-230
   CHKDSK tool, 230, 238-239
   Disk Defragmenter tool, 229, 239
   Distributed File System (DFS), 229-230, 233-234
   Encrypting File System (EFS), 230
   File Replication service (FRS), 230
   GUID partition table (GPT), 229
   infrastructure improvements, 230-235
   new features, 228-230
   Offline Files, 235-236
   overview, 227-228
   remote document sharing, 228
   Shadow Copy Restore, 235
   total cost of ownership (TCO), 22, 227-228, 230, 236-238
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 345
   Virtual Disk Service (VDS), 231
   Volume Shadow Copy service, 232-233
   WebDAV Redirector, 228, 236
file systems, 328-337
File Transfer Protocol (FTP), 209-210
firewalls, 129
forest trusts, 59, 118
forests
   cross-forest authentication, 60-62
   cross-forest authorization, 61
   trusts, 59, 118
   upgrades, 54
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 385-386
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 359, 365-366
FRS (File Replication service), 30, 230
FTP (File Transfer Protocol), 209-210
Fusion, 207

G
global catalog, 42-43, 50
global enterprises, 294-295
global interceptors, 205
GPMC. See Group Policy Management Console
GPT (GUID partition table), 229
granular compression, 208
Group Policy
   64-bit support, 50
   IntelliMirror. See IntelliMirror
   managing, 55-59
   network connection enhancements, 134
   Terminal Services, 177
Group Policy Management Console (GPMC)
   IntelliMirror, 72
   overview, 23, 55-56
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 31
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 26-27
Group Policy Modeling, 57
Group Policy Results, 56
GUID partition table (GPT), 229

H
hardware abstraction layer (HAL), 316
hardware compatibility
   deploying Windows Server 2003, 313-318
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 347-348
hardware requirements
   Enterprise Edition, 17-18
   MUI (Multilingual User Interface), 301
   Standard Edition, 17-18
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 381
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 346-348
   Web Edition, 17-18
   Windows Server 2003, 17-18
headless server support, 33
Hot-Add Memory feature, 9
HSE_REQ_EXEC_URL, 204
HSE_REQ_REPORT_UNHEALTHY, 206
HSE_REQ_SEND_CUSTOM_ERROR, 206
HTTP.sys, 183-184, 200-201
Hyper-Threading technology, 12

I
IAS (Internet Authentication Service), 110-111, 154-162
ICF (Internet Connection Firewall), 5, 133-134
IEEE 802.1x authentication, 154-155
IEEE 1394, 136-137
IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol), 138-139, 265-266
IIS (Internet Information Services)
   64-bit support, 208
   application pools, 185-186, 202
   ASP template cache, 202
   ASP.NET, 204
   Auto Update, 210
   binary logging, 209
   caching of dynamic content, 205-206
   caching policy, 202
   COM+ services in ASP, 207-208
   command-line administration, 200
   custom errors, 206
   delegated authentication, 195-196
   ExecuteURL, 204-205
   FTP (File Transfer Protocol), 209-210
   Fusion, 207
   global interceptors, 205
   granular compression, 208
   HSE_REQ_EXEC_URL, 204
   HSE_REQ_REPORT_UNHEALTHY, 206
   HSE_REQ_SEND_CUSTOM_ERROR, 206
   HTTP.sys, 183-184, 200-201
   IIS 5.0 isolation mode, 190-191
   IIS WMI provider, 199
   IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6), 208
   isolation improvements, 186
   large-memory support, 203
   locked-down servers, 191-193
   logging improvements, 209
   manageability features, 196-200
   memory support, 203
   metabase, 196-199
   NetworkService, 193
   overview, 5, 22, 181
   Passport, 194
   patch management, 210-211
   performance, 200-204
   platform improvements, 208-210
   programmatic features, 204-208
   quality of service (QoS), 208-209
   rapid-fail protection, 189
   Remote Administration (HTML) Tool, 200
   ReportUnhealthy, 206
   request processing architecture, 182-184
   security, 97-98, 191-196
   site scalability, 203-204
   SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), 193-194
   Unicode ISAPI, 207
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 31-32
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 27-28, 345
   URL authorization, 194-195
   UTF-8 logging support, 209
   VectorSend, 205-206
   Web application server role, 181-182
   Web farms, 196
   Web gardens, 187-188, 202
   Web-based administration, 200
   Windows Update, 210
   worker process identity, 193
   worker process isolation mode, 185-191
   worker process restarts, 190
   WWW Service Administration, 184
   XML metabase, 196-199
IIS 5.0 isolation mode, 190-191
IIS WMI provider, 199
IKE (Internet Key Exchange), 129
indexing attributes, 40-41
Infrared Data Association (IrDA), 147
IntelliMirror
   computer setup process, 81-82
   Group Policy Management Console (GPMC), 72
   overview, 70-72
   policy management, 72-74
   Pre-Boot eXecution Environment (PXE), 82
   Remote Installation, 82
   Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP), 72-73
   software management, 78-81
   user data management, 74-76
   user settings management, 76-77
   Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), 72-73
interactive logon, 98
international enterprises, 294-295
Internet Authentication Service (IAS), 110-111, 154-162
Internet Connection Firewall (ICF), 5, 133-134
Internet connectivity, 133-134
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), 138-139, 265-266
Internet Information Services. See IIS
Internet Key Exchange (IKE), 129
Internet Protocol Helper (IP Helper), 142
Internet Protocol over IEEE 1394 (IP/1394), 136-137
Internet Protocol Security (IPSec), 109-110, 141-142, 162-165
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), 140-143, 208
Inter-Site Topology Generator (ISTG), 51
Intrasite Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP), 140
IP addresses, 338-339
IP Helper (Internet Protocol Helper), 142
IP/1394 (Internet Protocol over IEEE 1394), 136-137
IPSec (Internet Protocol Security), 109-110, 141-142, 162-165
IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6), 140-143, 208
IrCOMM modem driver for IrDA, 147
IrDA (Infrared Data Association), 147
ISATAP (Intrasite Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol), 140
ISTG (Inter-Site Topology Generator), 51

J-K
Joint Support Queue, 12
KCC (Knowledge Consistency Checker), 45
Kerberos, 29, 254-255
kernel-mode processing of Web traffic, 143
Knowledge Consistency Checker (KCC), 45

L
L2TP/IPSec, 129-130
languages, support for multiple, 293-305
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), 47, 50
licensing modes, 319-321
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), 47, 50
load balancing. See Network Load Balancing
logs
   IIS (Internet Information Services) logging improvements, 209
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 382-383

M
Manage Your Server Wizard, 6
management services
   Emergency Management Services, 33
   overview, 23, 63
   total cost of ownership (TCO), 63-64, 91
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 345
managing
   Active Directory, 46-47
   configurations, 63-65
   domains, 56
   Group Policy, 55-59
   security, 65-70
mass storage drivers, 316
member servers
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 383-384
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 350
Merger tool, 389
Message Queuing (MSMQ), 48, 256
metabase, 196-199
metadirectory services support, 9
Microsoft Active Directory. See Active Directory
Microsoft cluster technologies, 248-249
Microsoft clustering services. See clustering services
Microsoft DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), 150-151, 270, 338
Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC), 255-256
Microsoft Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), 150-151, 270, 338
Microsoft Exchange, 362
Microsoft Group Policy Management Console. See Group Policy Management Console
Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ), 48, 256
Microsoft Metadirectory Services (MMS), 9
Microsoft .NET Framework, 27-28, 32, 214-215
Microsoft Software Update Services (SUS), 23, 68-70
Microsoft user authentication module (MSUAM), 169-170
Microsoft Windows Media Services, 7, 25, 219-226, 346
Microsoft Windows Server 2003. See Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Datacenter Edition, 4, 10-18
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition. See Enterprise Edition
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition. See Standard Edition
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Web Edition. See Web Edition
Microsoft Windows Update, 67-68, 210
mirror sets, 336-337
MMS (Microsoft Metadirectory Services), 9
MSDTC (Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator), 255-256
MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing), 48, 256
MSUAM (Microsoft user authentication module), 169-170
MUI (Multilingual User Interface), 293, 296-304
multibooting, 327
multicast heartbeats, 257
multilingual support, 293-305
Multilingual User Interface (MUI), 293, 296-304
multinational enterprises, 296-298
multi-NIC support, 264
multiple operating systems, 321-328

N
name resolution, 339-340
namespaces, 357-358
NAT (Network Address Translator), 128, 129
NDIS (Network Driver Interface Specification), 145, 283
.NET Framework, 27-28, 32, 214-215
.NET Server 2003. See Windows Server 2003
.NET Server 2003 Datacenter Edition, 4, 10-18
.NET Server 2003 Enterprise Edition. See Enterprise Edition
.NET Server 2003 Standard Edition. See Standard Edition
.NET Server 2003 Web Edition. See Web Edition
Netdiag.exe, 123
Netsh command, 138
Netsh Diag commands, 122
Netstat tool, 138
Network Address Translator (NAT), 128, 129
network authentication, 98
Network Bridge, 135-136
Network Diagnostics Web page, 122
Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS), 145, 283
Network Load Balancing (NLB)
   algorithm, 286-289
   application state, 281-282
   architecture, 280-290
   bidirectional affinity, 264-265
   convergence, 289-290
   distribution of cluster traffic, 284-286
   features, 262-266
   Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), 265-266
   L2TP/IPSec traffic support, 130
   load balancing algorithm, 286-289
   multi-NIC support, 264
   NDIS (Network Driver Interface Specification), 283
   Network Load Balancing Manager, 263
   overview, 248, 280-281
   remote control, 290
   switch flooding, 265-266
   virtual clusters, 263-264
Network Load Balancing Manager, 263
networks
   access options, 135-137
   all-user remote access credential feature, 136
   authentication, 98
   connection enhancements, 134-135
   Credential Manager Key Ring feature, 136
   data protection, 109-111
   deploying Windows Server 2003, 337-340
   device driver enhancements, 146
   device support improvements, 144-147
   diagnostics features, 122-123
   IEEE 1394, 136-137
   Internet Protocol over IEEE 1394 (IP/1394), 136-137
   legacy networking protocols, 167
   location awareness, 123-124
   media support, 146
   services support, 147
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 345
   Windows Clustering, 256-257
NetworkService, 193
New Trust Wizard, 370
NLB. See Network Load Balancing
nontransitive trusts, 369-370
Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA), 10
NT file system (NTFS), 328-334
NTBackup.exe (Backup), 259
NTFS (NT file system), 328-334
NTLM version 2 authentication, 46
NUMA (Non-Uniform Memory Access), 10

O
object auditing, 102
object classes, 40
object identifiers (OIDs), 158
object-based access control, 99-102
Offline Files, 235-236
OIDs (object identifiers), 158
one-way trusts, 117

P
PAE (Physical Address Extension), 12
Passport, 47-48, 194
password-based authentication, 125
PDCs (primary domain controllers), 359-360
PEAP (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol), 125
Per Device or Per User licensing mode, 319-321
Per Server licensing mode, 319-321
performance
   Active Directory, 48-50
   IIS (Internet Information Services), 200-204
permanent virtual circuit (PVC), 144
permissions, 99-101
Physical Address Extension (PAE), 12
PKI (public key infrastructure), 29, 111-115
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE), 128, 134-135
PortProxy, 140-141
PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet), 128, 134-135
Pre-Boot eXecution Environment (PXE), 82
primary domain controllers (PDCs), 359-360
print services, 22, 241-246, 345
productivity, 20, 22-24, 46-48
Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP), 125
protocols
   IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6), 140-143, 208
   legacy networking, 167
   legacy RPC, 167-168
   quality of service (QoS), 143-144
   TCP/IP, 137-140, 337-338
   trusts, 369
public key infrastructure (PKI), 29, 111-115
public key policies, 115
publishing applications, 80
PVC (permanent virtual circuit), 144
PXE (Pre-Boot eXecution Environment), 82

Q-R
quality of service (QoS), 143-144, 208-209
RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service), 110-111, 156-159
rapid-fail protection, 189
RDC (Remote Desktop Connection), 172-176, 400
RDU (Remote Desktop Users) group, 178-179
Real Time Communication (RTC) Client APIs, 149-150
realm trusts, 370
remote administration, 92-94
Remote Administration mode. See Remote Desktop for Administration
Remote Administration (HTML) Tool, 200
Remote Assistance, 6-7
Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS), 110-111, 156-159
Remote Desktop Connection (RDC), 172-176, 400
Remote Desktop for Administration, 6, 92-94, 176-177
Remote Desktop Users (RDU) group, 178-179
remote document sharing, 228
Remote Installation, 82
Remote Installation Services (RIS), 89, 334, 367
remote management tools, 93
Remote NDIS, 145
Remote Procedure Call (RPC), 142, 167-168
replication
   Active Directory, 43-45, 55
   global catalog, 50
   group membership, 50
ReportUnhealthy, 206
restore, 259
Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP), 31, 72-73
RIS (Remote Installation Services), 89, 334, 367
roaming users, 302
Routing and Remote Access, 110, 126-130
Routing and Remote Access Server Setup Wizard, 126-127
Routing And Remote Access snap-in, 126
RPC (Remote Procedure Call), 142, 167-168
RSoP (Resultant Set of Policy), 31, 72-73
RTC (Real Time Communication) Client APIs, 149-150

S
SANs (storage area networks), 12-13, 167, 257, 259
SAs (security associations), 129
scalability
   Active Directory, 48-50
   overview, 21
schema
   Active Directory Schema, 39-41
   attributes, 40
   classes, 40
   data, 39
   deactivation of attributes and classes, 54
   extending, 41
   indexing attributes, 40-41
   object classes, 40
Sdbinst.exe (Compatibility Database Installer), 399-400
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), 193-194
security
   access control, 99-102
   Active Directory, 39, 59-62, 105-106
   analysis, 103
   auditing, 102-105
   authentication. See authentication
   Auto Update, 68
   autoenrollment, 114-115
   Automatic Updates client, 69
   benefits, 96
   CAPICOM, 109
   Certificate Services, 114
   certificates, 112-115
   Critical Update Notification, 68
   data protection, 106-111
   descriptors, 99-100
   digital signatures, 108
   Dynamic Update, 68
   EFS. See Encrypting File System
   IIS (Internet Information Services), 97-98, 191-196
   IntelliMirror. See IntelliMirror
   Internet Authentication Service (IAS), 110-111, 154-162
   IPSec (Internet Protocol Security), 109-110, 141-142, 162-165
   Kerberos, 29, 254-255
   managing, 65-70
   object auditing, 102
   object-based access control, 99-102
   overview, 21-22, 95-96, 218
   permissions, 99-101
   PKI (public key infrastructure), 29, 111-115
   policies, 102-103
   public key policies, 115
   smart card support, 115
   software restriction policies, 66-67
   Software Update Services (SUS), 23, 68-70
   templates, 65-66
   Terminal Services, 178-179
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 345
   user rights, 102
   Web enrollment pages, 115
   Windows Update, 67-68
security associations (SAs), 129
Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in, 103
Security Configuration Manager tool, 102-103
security descriptors, 99-100
security identifiers (SIDs), 61
Security Policy Editor, 179
server clusters
   architecture, 266
   dependencies, 271-273
   Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), 270
   failover, 273-279
   installation process, 252-255
   local storage devices, 266-268
   media connections, 266-268
   overview, 248-249
   preferred node lists, 279
   resources, 255-256, 270-273
   shared-nothing clusters, 266
   virtual servers, 268-270
   Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), 261
server-side playlists, 222-223
Services for Macintosh (SFM), 169-170
Session Directory, 10, 179
SFM (Services for Macintosh), 169-170
Shadow Copy Restore, 235
shared-nothing clusters, 266
SIDs (security identifiers), 61
single sign-on, 98
smart card support, 115, 175
snap-ins. See also tools
   Active Directory Schema snap-in, 39-41
   certificates snap-in, 112
   Routing And Remote Access snap-in, 126
   Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in, 103
   Wireless Monitor snap-in, 125
software restriction policies, 66-67, 92
Software Update Services (SUS), 23, 68-70
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), 193-194
stand-alone servers, 351
Standard Edition
   features, 5-7, 14-17
   hardware requirements, 17-18
   overview, 3
static IP addresses, 339
static routers, 142-143
storage area networks (SANs), 12-13, 167, 257, 259
storage management
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 346
   Windows Server 2003, 23
stripe sets, 336-337
SUS (Software Update Services), 23, 68-70
switch flooding, 265-266
system requirements
   deploying Windows Server 2003, 311-313
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 346-348

T
TAPI (Telephony Application Programming Interface), 148
TAPI Service Providers (TSP), 148
TCO. See total cost of ownership
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol), 137-140, 337-338
TDOs (Trusted domain objects), 369
Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI), 148
templates
   certificate, 114-115
   security, 65-66
Terminal Server, 7, 48, 59, 346
Terminal Server License Manager, 178
Terminal Services
   128-bit encryption, 179
   ADSI (Active Directory Services Interface), 178
   benefits, 171-172
   client features, 172-176
   Group Policy, 177
   MUI (Multilingual User Interface), 298-299, 301
   overview, 23, 171
   Remote Administration mode. See Remote Desktop for Administration
   Remote Desktop Users (RDU) group, 178-179
   security, 178-179
   server features, 176-179
   Session Directory, 10, 179
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 28
   Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), 178
Terminal Services Connection Configuration (TSCC), 178-179
Terminal Services Manager, 178
testing for application compatibility. See also Application Compatibility Toolkit
   application compatibility checklist, 404-407
   collecting application inventories, 388-391
   compatibility testing during development, 400-404
   creating compatibility fixes, 395-399
   Designed for Windows logo program, 403-404
   distributing compatibility fixes, 399-400
   overview, 387-388
   remote installations, 400
   testing for compatibility, 391-395
   testing for logo compliance, 403-404
   upgrading from Windows NT Server, 375-376
third-party administration tools, 93
tools. See also snap-ins
   Adprep tool (Active Directory Preparation tool), 54, 83, 367, 378-379
   Analyzer tool, 387, 389
   Application Compatibility Toolkit. See Application Compatibility Toolkit
   Application Verifier (AppVerifier) tool, 6, 387, 400-404
   CHKDSK tool, 230, 238-239, 262
   Clusdiag tool, 262
   Collector tool, 388
   command-line tools, 82-88, 123, 168-169
   Compatibility Administrator tool, 388, 394-395
   Compatibility Analyzer tool, 388-390
   Compatibility Database Installer (Sdbinst.exe), 399-400
   deployment tools, 88-92
   Disk Defragmenter tool, 229, 239
   Merger tool, 389
   Netstat tool, 138
   Remote Administration (HTML) Tool, 200
   Remote Installation Services (RIS), 89
   remote management tools, 93
   Security Configuration Manager tool, 102-103
   third-party administration tools, 93
   upgrading from Windows 2000 Server, 382-383
   User State Migration Tool (USMT), 89-91
   Windows Installer, 91-92
   Winnt32 tool, 367
total cost of ownership (TCO), 295
   Active Directory, 37
   application services, 213, 216
   File Replication service (FRS), 230
   file services, 22, 227-228, 230, 236-238
   management services, 63-64, 91
   print services, 22
   Windows Installer, 91
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), 137-140, 337-338
triggers, 256
troubleshooting Windows Clustering, 261-262
Trusted domain objects (TDOs), 369
trusts
   direction, 116
   domains, 369-371
   external, 370
   forests, 118
   monitoring, 48, 55
   nontransitive, 369-370
   protocols, 369
   realm, 370
   relationships, 117
   types, 116-117
TSCC (Terminal Services Connection Configuration), 178-179
TSP (TAPI Service Providers), 148
two-factor authentication, 98-99
two-way trusts, 117

U
UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration), 25
UDP (User Datagram Protocol), 129
Unicode ISAPI, 207
Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI), 25
upgrading from Windows 2000 Server
   Active Directory, 30, 383-384
   Adprep tool (Active Directory Preparation tool), 378-379
   application directory partitions, 379-380, 386
   compared with new installations, 309-311
   DNS (Domain Name System), 386
   domain controllers, 384
   domains, 384-386
   features of Windows Server 2003, 30-33
   forests, 385-386
   Group Policy Management Console (GPMC), 31
   hardware requirements, 381
   IIS (Internet Information Services), 31-32
   logs, 382-383
   member servers, 383-384
   overview, 377
   performing, 383-385
   post-upgrade tasks, 385-386
   preparing, 378-383
   supported upgrade paths, 380-381
   test tools, 382-383
upgrading from Windows NT Server
   Active Directory, 26, 344, 352-356, 363-364, 373-375
   Active Directory Installation Wizard, 356-357
   Adprep tool (Active Directory Preparation tool), 367
   Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT), 375-376
   application services, 344-345
   BDCs (backup domain controllers), 360-361
   best practices for Active Directory, 373-375
   clustering services, 345
   communications, 345
   compared with new installations, 309-311, 348-350
   Distributed File System (DFS), 30
   DNS (Domain Name System), 357-358
   domain controllers, 351, 366-368
   domain trust, 369-371
   domains, 364-365
   Encrypting File System (EFS), 30
   Exchange, 362
   existing application support, 372-373
   external trusts, 370
   features of Windows Server 2003, 26-30, 344-346
   File Replication service (FRS), 30
   file services, 345
   forests, 359, 365-366
   group conversions, 361-363
   hardware compatibility, 347-348
   hardware requirements, 346-348
   IIS (Internet Information Services), 27-28, 345
   management services, 345
   member servers, 350
   namespaces, 357-358
   networks, 345
   New Trust Wizard, 370
   overview, 343
   PDCs (primary domain controllers), 359-360
   print services, 345
   realm trusts, 370
   Remote Installation Services (RIS), 367
   security, 345
   server roles, 350-351
   stand-alone servers, 351
   storage management, 346
   system requirements, 346-348
   Terminal Server, 346
   Trusted domain objects (TDOs), 369
   Windows Media Services, 346
   Windows Server 2003 compared to Windows NT, 371-372
   Windows NT domains, 356-364
   Winnt32 tool, 367
URL authorization, 194-195
User Datagram Protocol (UDP), 129
user rights, 102
User State Migration Tool (USMT), 89-91
UTF-8 logging support, 209
utilities. See tools

V
VDS (Virtual Disk Service), 231
VectorSend, 205-206
Virtual Channels, 175
virtual clusters, 263-264
Virtual Disk Service (VDS), 231
Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections, 129
virtual servers, 268-270
volume mount points, 257-258
volume sets, 336-337
Volume Shadow Copy service, 27, 31, 232-233
VPN (Virtual Private Network) connections, 129

W
WAB (Windows Address Book), 46
Wake on LAN (WOL), 146-147
Web application server role, 181-182
Web Edition
   features, 14-17
   hardware requirements, 17-18
   overview, 4, 13-14
   VPN (Virtual Private Network) connections, 129
Web enrollment pages, 115
Web farms, 196
Web gardens, 187-188, 202
WebDAV Redirector, 228, 236
WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs), 11
Windows 2000 Server. See upgrading from Windows 2000 Server
Windows Add/Remove Components application, 182
Windows Address Book (WAB), 46
Windows Clustering. See also clustering services
   64-bit support, 250
   Active Directory, 254
   Automated System Recovery (ASR), 259
   Backup (NTBackup.exe), 259
   bidirectional affinity, 264-265
   CHKDSK tool, 262
   client-side caching (CSC), 258
   Distributed File System (DFS), 258
   Encrypting File System (EFS), 258
   installations, 252-255
   Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), 265-266
   Kerberos, 254-255
   Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC), 255-256
   MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing) triggers, 256
   multicast heartbeats, 257
   multi-NIC support, 264
   network enhancements, 256-257
   Network Load Balancing (NLB), 262-266
   NTBackup.exe (Backup), 259
   operations, 259-261
   overview, 250-252
   preferred node lists, 279
   resources, 255-256
   restore, 259
   server clusters. See server clusters
   storage, 257-259
   storage area networks (SANs), 257, 259
   switch flooding, 265-266
   triggers, 256
   troubleshooting, 261-262
   virtual clusters, 263-264
   volume mount points, 257-258
   Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), 261
Windows Datacenter Program, 10-12
Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL), 11
Windows Installer, 91-92
Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), 154, 340
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)
   command-line management, 29, 32
   filtering, 58-59
   IIS WMI provider, 199
   IntelliMirror, 72-73
   Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP), 72-73
   Terminal Services, 178
   trust monitoring, 48
   Windows Clustering, 261
Windows Media Services, 7, 25, 219-226, 346
Windows Server 2003
   Active Directory. See Active Directory
   application services, 213-218
   availability, 21
   benefits, 19-20
   clustering services. See clustering services
   command-line tools, 82-88
   common language runtime, 22
   communications. See communications
   connectivity, 24-25
   Datacenter Edition, 4, 10-18
   dependability, 20-22
   deploying. See deploying Windows Server 2003
   Deployment Kit, 368
   deployment tools, 88-92
   Enterprise Edition. See Enterprise Edition
   Enterprise UDDI services, 25
   file services. See file services
   Group Policy Management Console (GPMC), 23
   hardware requirements, 17-18
   IIS. See IIS
   management services, 23. See management services
   multilingual support, 293-305
   multi-NIC support, 264
   networking, 24
   overview, 3-4
   print services, 22, 241-246, 345
   productivity, 22-24
   scalability, 21
   security. See security
   Software Update Services (SUS), 23
   Standard Edition. See Standard Edition
   storage management, 23
   Terminal Services. See Terminal Services
   Web Edition. See Web Edition
   Windows Media Services, 219-226
   Windows Server 2003 compared to Windows NT, 371-372
   XML Web services, 24, 213-214
Windows Server 2003 Deployment Kit, 368
Windows NT Server
   domains, 356-364
   external trusts, 370-371
   multibooting, 327
   nontransitive trusts, 369-370
   upgrading from. See upgrading from Windows NT Server
   Windows Server 2003 compared to Windows NT, 371-372
Windows Sockets, 12-13, 140
Windows Sockets Direct (WSD), 167
Windows Update, 67-68, 210
Winnt32 tool, 367
WINS (Windows Internet Name Service), 154, 340
Winsock API, 166
wireless LAN enhancements, 124-126
Wireless Monitor snap-in, 125
wizards
   Active Directory Installation Wizard, 356-357
   cluster installation wizard, 251
   Configure Your Server Wizard, 6, 50-51
   Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) Wizard, 132
   Manage Your Server Wizard, 6
   New Trust Wizard, 370
   Routing and Remote Access Server Setup Wizard, 126-127
WMI. See Windows Management Instrumentation
WMI command-line (WMIC), 29, 32, 87-88
WOL (Wake on LAN), 146-147
worldwide enterprises, 294-295
WSD (Windows Sockets Direct), 167
WWW Service Administration, 184

X
X.509 certificates, 112
XML metabase, 196-199
XML Web services, 24, 213-214



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