Windows Server

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CMIT 369 7981 Installing and Configuring Windows Server

Windows Server Proposal Worldwide Advertising Inc.


Wordwide Advertising Inc. is a newly established advertising firm will require a server environment to manage a starting staff of 90 employees and various roles required to manage their network. Windows Server 2012 will be installed to manage the following server roles. Exchange to manage company email, Active Directory to manage the domain to include users, computers, groups, sub domains, DHCP and DNS, file and print sharing, cloud storage, as well as backup solutions. There will be two locations which will require inter-site connectivity through a secure tunnel. The site in Los Angeles will
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Deployment and Server Edition


The following are some of the benefits of deploying Windows Server 2012 Datacenter as a solution to the needs and requirements of Worldwide Advertising Inc.
Run multiple server roles and different operating systems on a single server
Reduce the amount of hardware needed to run server workloads
Minimize the time it takes to set up hardware and software and reproduce test
Server virtualization Hyper-V provides tools for creating and managing a virtualized server computing environment. Hyper-V Replica can replicate a virtual machine from one location to another, without shared storage, storage arrays, or other replication technologies. Server management: The Server Core provides a minimal environment for running specific server roles. Those roles are then easier to maintain and manage and less exposed to attack. Administrators can manage groups of servers collectively from within a single, integrated console.

Integrated services: Windows Server delivers a unified platform for web publishing that integrates IIS, ASP.NET, and Windows Communication Foundation and also supports SharePoint Services.
Failover clustering: Administrators can minimize disruptions of services and applications by creating a redundant server environment with
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