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inbound connections, configuring RAS for AppleTalk, 654 CHAP, 658-659 custom configuration, 650 described, 648 EAP authentication, 655-656 EAP-RADIUS configuration, 656-657 IPX protocol, 654 modems and ports, 650-651 MS-CHAP version 1, 658 MS-CHAP version 2, 657-658 PAP, 659

PPP authentication, 654-655 remote access (dial-up or VPN), 618, 649 secure connection, 650 SPAP, 659

TCP/IP protocol, 651-654 unauthenticated access, 659 VPN and NAT, 649-650 Incoming Forest Trust Builder security group, 385 incoming packet protocol, RIP, 635 incremental backup, 715-716 Index Model, 128 indexing news server, 1082 Indexing Service creating and configuring catalog, 208-209 described, 207 planning, 207-208 querying catalog, 209 tuning performance, 209 information hiding and resource publishing, managing, 293

infrared print interface, 1008 Infrastructure Master (IF), 327 Initial Program Load (IPL), 14 initializing disk status, 709 insert/eject ports, 719 installing catalog servers, 377 CLB, 866 DC

lab, 138

server IP address, 351 server name, 351 services, 352 TS mode, 351 workgroup, choosing, 351

hard disk, 157-158 IIS, 1043-1044 IPv6, 522

MCITY deployment administration, delegating OU, 365-366

DC machine, 351-352

DNS and WINS, establishing, 360-362

events sequence listed, 350

OUs, creating, 364-365

root and child controller, promoting, 352-360 sites, creating, 362-364 Microsoft DNS, 585 NLB clusters host parameters, 853

managing existing nodes, 855

Network Connections properties window component, 851-852 NLB Manager, reasons for using, 854-855 nodes, adding, 852 port rules, 853, 856-857 preparations, 851 removing nodes, 854 TCP/IP properties, 852 VPN connection network adapters, 857 NNTP, 1077 server clusters

Cluster Administrator, 827-828

Cluster configuration node, 833

configuration options, 830

creating, 830

groups, 832

IP addressing, 829

Network Interfaces node, 833

nodes, adding additional, 830-831, 834

nodes, removing, 831

preparing, 826-827

quorum type and parameters, configuring, 831 resources, 832-833 SMTP, 1069 installing Windows Server 2003 Active Directory, 181-182 application services, 178-180 boot file (BOOT.INI), 173-174 catalogs and indexes, 180 checklists domain controllers, 161-162 events, 162

member servers, 160 role servers, 160-161 standalone servers, 159-160 Configure Your Server tool, 173 DHCP, 183 DNS

first domain name, choosing, 182 namespace planning for Active Directory, 183 domain controllers, 180-181 Exchange Server

Active Directory integration, 174-175 distributed services, 175 IIS integration, 174 Internet mail content, 176 security, 175

single-seat and policy-based administration, 175

SMTP message routing, 175-176 final setup, 168 hardware CPUs, 157

hard-disk drives, 157-158 HCL, 154-155 HDD controllers, 159 listed by installation recipe, 153-154 memory, 157 motherboards, 155-156 NIC, 159 PnP, 159 IIS and ASP.NET, 178 initial setup with boot disks, 164-165 from CD, 165 from network sharepoints (distribution drives or servers) process, 168-169

winnt optional parameters, 169-170 winnt32 optional parameters, 170-171 partitioning HDDs one HDD, 163-164 prerequisites, 162-163 two HDD, 164 recipes of installation application-server, 151, 153 BackOffice, high-road, or mission-critical, 153, 154

large systems, clusters, and Datacenter Server, 153, 154

low-road or bare-bones (minimum hardware requirements), 150, 153 redundant or standby system, 153, 154 Role server, 153, 154 small file and print server, 151 Terminal Services, 151-153, 154 Setup Wizard, 166-167 SQL Server (database services), 177-178 strategy, 149-150

system monitoring with WMI, 176-177 troubleshooting, 172 Windows network install, 167-168 WINS, 183-184 Intel, 157

IntelliMirror, 12-13 Interactive group, 434 interconnects, 26, 454, 811-812 inter-domain key, 70 Interix UNIX environment, 930 international partitions, managing, 291-292 Internet. See also WINS AD, 34

connection, configuring dial-up networking for disconnects, controlling, 675 online security, 676 DNS naming practices, 287 ICS, 502 IGMP

how firewall handles, 543 messages, configuring, 645-647 multicast feature, 641-642, 846 NLB clusters, 842 IKE, 72

mail content, 176 SLIP, 622

user anonymous access, 414 Internet Connection Sharing (ICS), 502 Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) how firewall handles, 543 messages, configuring, 645-647 multicast forwarding, 641-643, 846 NLB clusters, 842 Internet Information Services. See IIS Internet Key Exchange (IKE), 72 Internet Options applet, 229-230 Interprocess Communication Manager (IPC), 8 intra-cluster communication, 847 I/O Manager, 8

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