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Selecting and Understanding Counters Selecting counters that will actually tell you something about the performance of your servers and help you understand what they are telling you is an extremely important aspect of using the System Monitor. As already mentioned, the System Monitor provides counters for hardware objects such as hard drives and processors, and […]

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Configuring WINS Clients Another aspect of WINS is configuring WINS clients so that they use the service for NetBIOS name-to-IP resolution. Any Microsoft Windows client or server can be configured as a WINS client. And although each client operating system is configured for WINS in a slightly different way, you are basically providing the client […]

Configuring DHCP Clients A DHCP client is any computer or device that is configured to receive its IP address dynamically from the DHCP server. All Windows clients and Windows servers that do not require a static IP address can be configured as DHCP clients (actually all of them are configured as DHCP clients by default). […]

Troubleshooting DHCP Two commands that are very useful in troubleshooting DHCP connectivity are ping and ipconfig. Both are executed at the command line. ping enables you to check the connection between a client and a DHCP server, or a DHCP server and a client. For example, to ping a DHCP server with the IP address […]

Configuring the VPN Client Configuring a VPN client is actually a two-step process. First, you must enable the user’s domain account for VPN access (as discussed earlier in this hour in the section “Configuring Remote Access Clients“). Second, you must configure the client computer for a remote connection. When the client computer attempts to connect […]

Editing DHCP Server Options You can edit data related to the DHCP server options such as the default gateway, DNS server, and WINS server settings. These options are edited (or entered for the first time, if you did not include them when configuring your scope) in the Server Option Properties dialog box. Click to expand […]

Summary This hour looked at the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, which is used to dynamically assign IP addresses to DHCP clients on a Windows Server 2008 network. The DHCP server can provide the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway (router), DNS server, and WINS server to the DHCP clients. You use the Add Roles Wizard […]

Hour 16. Using the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol What You’ll Learn in This Hour: Understanding DHCP Installing the DHCP Role Configuring the DHCP Service with a Scope Using the DHCP Snap-in Editing DHCP Server Options Configuring DHCP Clients Monitoring DHCP Leases Loading the DCHP Database Backup Troubleshooting DHCP IP networks require that each device on […]

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