Lab 1- Exploring the Windows Server 2008 Interface
1. Provide Computer Information, Update This Server, and Customize This Server.
2. The current time zone configured is UTC-08:00 Pacific Time (US & Canada)
3. A shield icon appears because of the User Access Control. Changing this setting requires elevated privileges.
4. The current name of the computer is WIN-M27O8FCQAKI.
5. The name assigned to this computer is RWDC01.
6. The network components installed are Client for Microsoft networks, QoS Packet Scheduler, File and Print Sharing for Microsoft Networks, TCP/IPv6, TCP/IPv4, Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O driver and Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder.
7. The default settings are to Obtain an IP address and DNS server address automatically.
8. The current name of the second Windows Server 2008 computer is WIN-N3M1SNVMTOB.
9. The name now assigned to the second Windows Server 2008 computer is RODC01.
10. We see a command prompt window.
11. The current name of the Server Core computer is WIN-520H2IQHE09.
12. The following functions can be performed with NETDOM:
Adds a workstation or server account to the domain.
Manages the primary and alternate names for a computer. This command can safely rename Active Directory domain controllers as well as member servers.
Joins a workstation or member server to a domain. The act of joining a computer to a domain creates an account for the computer on the domain, if it does not already exist.
Moves a workstation or member server to a new domain. The act of moving a computer to a new domain creates an account for the computer on the domain, if it does not already exist.
Queries the domain for information such as membership and trust.
Removes a workstation or server from the domain.
Renames a Windows NT 4.0 backup domain controller to reflect a domain name change. This can assist in...