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Creating Data Collector Sets Windows Server 2008 puts a new spin on the concept of collecting server performance data with the data collector set. A data collector set is basically a grouping of data collectors. These data collectors can be performance counters (such as the counters discussed in the previous sections), Event trace data, and […]

Adding Objects to the Monitor Use the Add button (+) on the Monitor toolbar to add objects to the Performance Monitor. Click the Add button; the Add Counters dialog box appears (see Figure 24.4). Figure 24.4. The Add Counters dialog box is used to add counters to the System Monitor. [View full size image] Did […]

Configuring Virtual Directories You may want to include content on a web server that is not contained in a local folder. You can create a website that takes advantage of a virtual directory. A virtual directory is a pointer to an actual physical directory. This physical directory can be local but it can also be […]

Creating FTP Sites Hosting an FTP site on your IIS server can be a great way to provide the users on your network with either files that they need or a place to store files that are shared as part of a particular project. Supplying a repository of downloadable files might also be important to […]

Adding a Website To open the IIS Manager, select Start, Administrative Tools, and then Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager (or you can expand the Roles node in the Server Manager to access the IIS Manager). When the Start Page node is selected in the snap-in, you can view recent connections, access connection tasks, and also […]

Configuring Site Features When you select a site in the Connection tree of the IIS Manager, you are provided a set of icons in the Details pane (see Figure 23.9). This is (by default) the Features View. The Features View provides a task-based system for configuring specific settings required for a particular website. Figure 23.9. […]

Configuring the Certificate Authority The Certification Authority snap-in is used, either in the Server Manager or the MMC, to configure and manage the CA. To open the Certification Authority snap-in running in the MMC, click Start, Administrative Tools, Certification Authority. Figure 22.9 shows the Certification Authority snap-in running in the MMC. Figure 22.9. The Certification […]

Configuring NAT on the Server As mentioned in Hour 18, the Routing and Remote Access Services (RRAS) are added to a server when you add the RRAS role in the Add Roles Wizard. (Open the Add Roles Wizard via the Initial Configuration Tasks window or the Server Manager.) When RRAS is enabled in the Routing […]

Understanding IPSec The IP Security Protocol (IPSec) is a suite of cryptography-based protection services and security protocols that can be used to secure internal networks and can also be used to secure remote access connections such as a VPN. IPSec secures the data even if the routers and other devices involved in moving the data […]

WINS Configuration Issues After you add the WINS Server feature to your Windows Server installation, you can view the status of the service and configure various WINS features. You start the WINS snap-in (in the MMC) by selecting Start, Administrative Tools, WINS. Figure 20.3 shows the WINS snap-in in the MMC. Figure 20.3. WINS is […]

Managing the WINS Database The WINS snap-in provides you with a monitoring tool that can be used to view the mappings that are dynamically placed in the WINS database by communication between WINS clients and the WINS server. In the WINS snap-in, double-click the Active Registrations folder. The current mappings in the database appear in […]