Windows Server Proposal

1219 WordsNov 17, 20135 Pages
The design and implementation of a businesses’ network enterprise can play a major role in the success of that business. This proposal will provide a solution for the Worldwide Advertising Inc. Windows network infrastructure. This proposal will include a solution for WAI’s core IT services, such as DNS and DHCP. In addition we will provide a solution for application services, active directory and file and print sharing. This proposal will also address scheduling and manpower needed for the Windows network infrastructure to run efficiently and successfully now and for the next 2 to 3 years. Deployment and Server Edition. Windows Server 2012 with Hyper-V will be deployed on all servers throughout the enterprise. Hyper-V will…show more content…
For example, if a user is accessing the network at the office, the manner in which an application is installed maybe different than if the user access the network from home. For this implementation, we will deploy applications through .appx files. This will include Windows 8, Citrix, Microsoft Office 2010 and all department specific applications such as Adobe Standard and SharePoint 2010 to name a few. All applications will have volume licenses and be tested before they are installed on the network. This task can be completed by one administrator. File and Print Sharing. We will use Microsoft recommendations to implement file services for WAI. Users will be given a home folder for their private files, and access to a shared folder for files that need to be shared. There will be four servers used for file services, two at each site. This will allow for fault tolerance if the WAN link fails and will allow for WAN traffic to run more efficiently. DFS replication used with DFS namespace and Remote Differential Compression (RDC) will be implemented to ensure both sites have the same data and to ensure that the proper bandwidth is available to transmit files that have been changed. In order to provide convenience and consistent backups, Distributed File Services (DFS) will be implemented as a single unified directory. To increase availability and allow the
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