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Old 11-05-2004, 12:33 PM   #1
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I have my midterm tomorrow and here are the tasks I have to complete:
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Some of the following tasks will be done in a virtual machine

Create a domain controller

configure DNS - properly set tcp/ip settings on your virtual server

Setup a SUS server

apply a gpo to the domain for sus server to perform updates

join workstation to domain

make a share on the server to access accross the network

remote desktop into your server

run MBSA to analyze computer
the only parts I do not really have any idea on what I'm doing, is how to setup a SUS server and how to apply a group policy object for the SUS server to perform the updates. can anybody help? :( (this is all done in a lab where each student has two computers, a server, and a client. )
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Sorry man, I know everything except the SUS Server.
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Sounds cool . I just set up a Windows 2003 server at my house to run a domain for my 4 desktops and 1 laptop computer. I'm just learning that all stuff, just because I'm courious

Sorry I can't answer your question, but I wish you luck and look forward to seeing you post the answer

Cheers,
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Don't know how to help you.. except google will help you. That'* all I can contribute.


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do a search for "best practice" on microsofts main site. This will give you a list of best practices to follow installing most of their products.
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