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Using the Terminal Services Manager The Terminal Services Manager enables you to view information related to your terminal server or servers, such as users’ sessions. This snap-in also provides you with the capability to end sessions, log off users, and send messages to users. You can run the Terminal Services Manager in the Server Manager […]

Configuring IP Routing After you have your server’s network interfaces configured with the appropriate IP addresses and RRAS is enabled, you can configure the server for routing IP. Routing can be handled in two different ways: static routing and dynamic routing. As already mentioned earlier in the hour, static routing requires that routing information be […]

Understanding and Configuring the DHCP Relay Agent Before we leave this discussion of routing, we should discuss issues related to running DHCP in environments where either remote clients (as discussed in the previous hour) receive their IP addresses from a DHCP server or you have a subnetted IP network that uses DCHP. Both these problem […]

Configuring RIP Interfaces RIP interfaces are configured for a number of settings, including the protocol type used for outgoing packets and whether your router accepts routes from all its neighbors (other nearby routers). To configure an interface for RIP, follow these steps: 1. Right-click the RIP node (under the IP node in the snap-in tree) […]

Configuring Modem Ports When the RRAS service is started for the first time, it creates ports for any modems that are installed on the server. You must configure these modem ports to allow remote client connections. To configure a modem port, follow these steps: 1. In the Routing and Remote Access snap-in, click the server […]

Configuring Remote Access Clients After the RAS server has been installed and configured, you must enable user accounts for remote access (or vice versa). You enable dial-in capabilities for your users in the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in. To enable dial-in for users in the Active Directory, follow these steps: 1. Open the Active […]

Configuring Authentication You can select the type of remote access authentication that you want to use on your RAS server. To configure the authentication protocol (or protocols) supported by the RAS server, follow these steps: 1. In the Routing and Remote Access snap-in, right-click the server icon in the tree and select Properties from the […]

Monitoring DHCP Leases Because the whole point of DHCP is to provide IP leases to DHCP clients, you should monitor the leases that the DHCP server provides. You can view current leases in the DHCP snap-in. Follow these steps: 1. In the DHCP snap-in, click the Expand (+) button to the left of the DHCP […]

Loading the DCHP Database Backup Another aspect of managing DHCP on the network is working with the backup of the DHCP database. By default, the database is automatically backed up every 60 minutes. If you find that clients are having trouble leasing addresses, the DHCP database could be corrupt. To load the backup copy, do […]

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 […]

Sharing a Printer When you install a local printer as discussed in the previous section (by attaching the USB cable), you still need to share the printer. (When you add a network printer that has not previously been shared, you are given the option of sharing it.) Printers are shared via the printer’s Properties dialog […]

Auditing Printer Access You can also set up auditing for printer use (and management) via the Security tab of the printer’s Properties dialog box. This enables you to track group (or specific user) access to printers. 1. Click the Advanced button on the Security tab. The Advanced Security Settings dialog box opens. Click the Auditing […]

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