Remote Management of servers

Remote Management with Server Manager – Add servers to Server Manager Login with Admin-Rights In Server Manager click on "All Servers" Click "Manage" Click "Add Servers" In the next mask click on "Find Now" to find available computers in the AD domain  (There are other ways available to send the

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PPTP / L2TP / OpenVPN / SSTP

Because it was could be part of questions in 70-413 I was looking for a good comparison of the VPN protocols an found one in this article: https://www.bestvpn.com/blog/4147/pptp-vs-l2tp-vs-openvpn-vs-sstp Here are the Pro and Cons consolidated in one table   Pro Contra PPTP Client built-in to just all platforms Very easy

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Passed 70-410 today

I passed my 70-410 today. I expected to be a bit more better, but I struggeled about some PowerShell commands I didn’t had heard before. I have done a lot of lab experimenting and viewed the cbnugget videos, but hadn’t the chance to work much on productive systems until now

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P2V/V2V checklist

Download the free ultimative P2V checklist as PDF here. I’m a big fan of checklists. Checklists help you not to forget anything important in certain situation. P2V conversion stands for physical to virtual conversion and refers to the conversion of an existing physical server into a virtual server. V2V conversion

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Notes to DNS – Summary

Dynamic DNS (DDNS) Whenever a hosts get or update is IP adress he updates his corresponding DNS record with Dynamic DNS (DDNS). The record is woned by the machine AD account. Cache Poisoning If you local DNS cannot resolve a name request locally, it queries a server on the internet.

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NIC Teaming in Windows Server 2012

You can configure Network Teaming without the usage of manufacterer depended drivers in Windows Server 2012. This protects you against NIC failure an gives more bandwith. You should use at least two for NIC for Network Teaming. 32 are supported. Steps to configure NIC Teaming Start Server Manager Select Local

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Microsoft Network Adress Protection (NAP)

With NAP you cann allow or deny computers access to your LAN based on defined health checks. Health checks can check if … …antivirus is up to date …service packs and updates are installed on the computer …the firewall is enabled If the computer doesn’t fullfill the checks, it gets

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