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Configuration of Windows Server 2003

Discussion in 'Networking' started by support.clpafs, Apr 7, 2008.

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  1. support.clpafs

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    Well I installed a clean copy of MS Windows Server 2003 about a week ago.

    I install Active Directory and installed but did not configure the dns server.

    Basically I need assistance configuring the following services:
    • DNS Server
    • DHCP Server
    • Remote Access - VPN Server
    • WINS Server - Optional

    I also wanted to know how can I setup this DOMAIN to work with clients in a different part of the city of Long Beach.

    I have the "server/domain controller setup in north long beach"
    I have generated a few options I personally would like to have setup but do not know how?


    I am currently using OpenDNS as a DNS server for the web filtering services they provide.
    Their DNS Servers are:
    Static DNS1 208.67.222.222
    Static DNS2 208.67.220.220

    Here are a few settings I recommed using:
    The installation Type: New Installation
    Installation Method: Cd-ROM
    License Type: Per-Server

    Full DNS Name: CLPAFSK12.ORG
    Domain NetBIOS Name: CLPAFSK12
    Network Type: DOMAIN

    Domain Administrator Account:
    Username: Administrator
    Password: dcadmin1000

    Domain Controllers:
    Computername: CLPAFS-DC
    Full DNS Suffix: clpafsk12.org

    Database/Log Location: D:\CLPAFS.NTDS.FS
    Shared System Volume Information: D:\CLPAFS.SYSVOL.FS

    Components to install
    DHCP Server
    DNS Server
    File Server
    FTP Server
    Print Server
    Windows Media Services
    WINS Server - Optional


    Thanks
     
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