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Windows Server 2012 : IPv6 Introduction (part 4) - IPv6 Transition Technologies
Today, the Internet (and the world) is mostly running on IPv4 networks. As more and more operating system and devices natively support IPv6, and even require it, making IPv6 work globally will quickly become necessary.
Windows Server 2012 : IPv6 Introduction (part 3) - Comprehending IPv6 Addressing
Learning IPv6 notation can be a bit daunting at first, based not only on the use of hexadecimal numbering, but also on the length of a full address.
Windows Server 2012 : IPv6 Introduction (part 2) - IPv6 Addressing
With the expanded address space associated with IPv6, the developers of IPv6 decided to leverage the hexadecimal numbering system to simplify and reduce the number of characters to identify the IPv6 address.
Windows Server 2012 : IPv6 Introduction (part 1)
Network administrators had to work hard in some cases to support the quick growth and to troubleshoot issues because IPv4 required manual configuration of addressing on devices and in most cases they also had to deploy and support a method of dynamic addressing provided by, you guessed it, DHCP services
Windows Server 2012 : Exploring Advanced DHCP Concepts
The concepts advanced by DHCP include the functionality not used in daily situations, such as superscopes, ranges of multicast, and the delegation of the administration of DHCP. Moreover, in the environment of calculation of today, the management of the services by a command line environment is strongly desired. The following sections cover these advanced concepts of DHCP.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing Users and Data with Dynamic Access Control - Automatic File Classification
As with auditing, file classification isn’t new to Windows Server but has been enhanced in Server 2012. File classification adds to a server administrator’s arsenal of management tools with powerful content classification rules.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing Users and Data with Dynamic Access Control - Auditing
Auditing is yet another component of Dynamic Access Control that, while not new to Windows Server, has undergone a refresh. Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will create audit events anytime a file is accessed, but auditing in Server 2012 is centralized and more sophisticated.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing Users and Data with Dynamic Access Control - Access Denied Remediation
You can configure Access Denied Remediation on individual file servers or throughout an entire domain. The feature is configured in Group Policy for deployment throughout the domain and via File Server Resource Manager on individual file servers.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying Dynamic Access Control (part 4) - Validating the Configuration
If DAC is configured correctly, Betty should have no access to the Payroll share. In the properties of the Payroll share, click the Advanced button under Security. As we expected, the effective permissions of Betty’s account show she has no access to Payroll.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying Dynamic Access Control (part 3) - Adding a Resource Property to the Global Resource Property List, Creating a New Central Access Rule
Every resource property has to be added to a resource property list. These lists make the resource property available to file servers. DAC resources can have individual lists target specific file servers, but for our purposes here, we are going to add the resource property to the Global Resource Property List.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying Dynamic Access Control (part 2) - Configuring Resource Property for Files
To create a new resource property, from the ADAC click Resource Properties, New, and then Resource Property.
Windows Server 2012 : Deploying Dynamic Access Control (part 1) - Preparing Claims
When configuring claim types for users, you are adding existing Active Directory attributes to the list of attributes used to evaluate who gets access to what.
Windows Server 2012 : Managing Users and Data with Dynamic Access Control - The Building Blocks of DAC , Requirements and Predeployment Pointers
Without question, the one major new capability that you will have to get to know at some time or another—and no matter how big or small the infrastructure—is Dynamic Access Control (DAC).
Windows Server 2012 Technology Primer : Improvements for Continuous Availability (part 2) - Hyper-V Replication
With Windows Server 2012, continuous availability now extends between sites; so, beyond local clustering and high availability, organizations can now do disaster recovery and business continuity with site-level guest session replication.
Windows Server 2012 Technology Primer : Improvements for Continuous Availability (part 1) - No Single Point of Failure in Clustering,Stretched Clusters, 64-Node Clusters
Although clustering of servers has been around for a long time in Windows (dating back to Windows NT 4.0, when it was available, but really didn’t work), clustering in Windows Server 2012 now not only works, but also provides a series of significant improvements.
Windows Server 2012 Technology Primer : Versions of Windows Server 2012
Microsoft has greatly simplified the licensing and version options for Windows Server 2012. There are effectively only two versions of Windows Server 2012 now: the Standard edition and the Datacenter edition.
Windows Server 2012 Technology Primer : When Is the Right Time to Migrate?
Every time a new version of Windows ships, organizations wonder when the right time to migrate to the new operating system. It used to be that you waited until the first service pack shipped before installing any Microsoft product.
Windows Server 2012 Technology Primer : Windows Server 2012 Defined - Windows Server 2012 as an Application Server
As much as there have been significant improvements in Windows Server 2012 under the hood that greatly enhance the performance, reliability, and scalability of Windows Server 2012 in the enterprise, Windows servers have always been exceptional application servers hosting critical business applications for organizations.
Windows Server 2012 Technology Primer : Windows Server 2012 Defined - Windows Server 2012 Under the Hood
Introduced in Windows Server 2012 is Server Message Block 3.0, more commonly called SMB3 or SMB for short. SMB is a protocol that handles the transfer of files between systems.
Windows Server 2012 : Scalable and elastic web platform (part 7) - Generating Windows PowerShell scripts using IIS Configuration Editor
To configure these settings, you need to drill down and edit configuration files like ApplicationHost.config, the root configuration file that includes detailed definitions of all sites, applications, virtual directories, and application pools on the server, as well as global defaults for all web server settings.
Windows Server 2012 : Scalable and elastic web platform (part 6) - FTP Logon Attempt Restrictions
Brute-force attacks can create a Denial-of-Service (DoS) condition that can prevent legitimate users from accessing an FTP server. To prevent this from happening, IIS 8 includes a new feature called FTP Logon Attempt Restrictions that lets you block offending users from logging on to an IIS FTP server for a specified period of time
Windows Server 2012 : Scalable and elastic web platform (part 5) - Application Initialization,Dynamic IP Address Restrictions
When a web server receives unwanted activity from malicious clients, it can prevent legitimate users from accessing websites hosted by the server. One way of dealing with such situations in previous versions of IIS was to use static IP filtering to block requests from specific clients.
Windows Server 2012 : Scalable and elastic web platform (part 4) - IIS CPU throttling
Managing CPU resources on farms of web servers in a multi-tenant shared hosting environment can be challenging. When you are hosting websites and applications from many different customers, each of them wants to get its fair share of resources.
Windows Server 2012 : Scalable and elastic web platform (part 3) - Centralized SSL certificate support
Cloud hosting providers that need to host multiple HTTPS websites on each server in their web farms can also benefit from other SSL-related improvements in IIS 8. These improvements help make the IIS platform more scalable and manageable for hosting secure websites.
Windows Server 2012 : Scalable and elastic web platform (part 2) - Server Name Indication
In previous versions of IIS, you could use host headers to support hosting multiple HTTP websites using only a single shared IP address. But if you wanted these websites to use Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), then you had a problem because you couldn’t use host headers.
Windows Server 2012 : Scalable and elastic web platform (part 1) - NUMA-aware scalability
High-end server hardware is rapidly evolving. Powerful servers that are too expensive today for many smaller businesses to acquire will soon be commonplace.
Windows Server 2012 : Hyper-V - Performance and Virtual Network Management - Resource Metering
Resource metering is a new feature that gives you information on the CPU, memory, storage, and network resources that a VM is consuming. Consider it a Performance Monitor for virtualization.
Windows Server 2012 : Hyper-V - Managing Virtual Machines and Virtual Disks (part 3) - Cloning Virtual Domain Controllers, Merging Snapshots
While cloning virtualized domain controllers is nothing new in Windows Server, Server 2012 does deliver improvements that make cloning DCs easier.
Windows Server 2012 : Hyper-V - Managing Virtual Machines and Virtual Disks (part 2) - Hyper-V Replica
Hyper-V Replica is a new feature in Server 2012 that allows for the asynchronous replication of VMs (a fancy way of stating that you are replicating a VM from one host machine to another), which is great for times when you are having issues with a host.
Windows Server 2012 : Hyper-V - Managing Virtual Machines and Virtual Disks (part 1) - Live-Migrating Virtual Machines
Hyper-V R3 marks a big improvement with live migration—that is, moving VMs from one physical host to another without downtime. That improvement is the ability to migrate VMs without shared storage or having both hosts in a cluster, either of which is required for live migration in Windows Server 2008 R2.
 
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