• Contents iii Figures vi Figures vi Product Overview 1 Product Overview 1
  • Windows Server 2003 R2 Primer 5 Windows Server 2003 R2 Primer 5 Release Philosophy 5 Integration with Windows Server 2003 SP1 5
  • Why Should Organizations Deploy Windows Server 2003 SP1 7 Editions and Features 7 System Requirements 8
  • Technical Overview 12 Technical Overview 12 Simplified Branch Office Server Management 12
  • Simplified Identity and Access Management 14
  • Efficient Storage Management 20
  • Improved Web Platform 22
  • Cost-Effective Virtualization 24 Additional Features 24
  • Summary 27 Summary 27 Related Links 28 Related Links 28 28
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    Windows Server 2003 R2 Reviewer's Guide





    Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2
    Overview Guide


    Microsoft Corporation

    Published: December 2005

    Abstract

    Microsoft® Windows Server 2003 R2 makes it easier and more cost-effective to extend connectivity and control to identities, locations, data and applications throughout and beyond an organization. Windows Server 2003 R2 is an update release of the award-winning Windows Server 2003 operating system. Built on Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1), Windows Server 2003 R2 takes advantage of the stability and security enhancements of a proven code base while extending connectivity and control into new areas. Windows Server 2003 R2 offers all of the benefits of Windows Server 2003 with SP1 while greatly improving identity and access management, branch server management, storage configuration and management, and application development inside and outside your organization’s boundaries. Windows Server 2003 R2 is easy to integrate into an existing Windows Server 2003 environment since it shares the same application compatibility, manageability, and serviceability as existing servers with Windows Server 2003 with SP1.



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    Contents


    Contents iii

    Figures vi

    Figures vi

    Product Overview 1

    Product Overview 1

    Simplified Branch Server Management 1

    Simplified Identity and Access Management 2

    Efficient Storage Management 3

    Improved Web Platform 3

    Cost-Effective Virtualization 4

    Windows Server 2003 R2 Primer 5

    Windows Server 2003 R2 Primer 5

    Release Philosophy 5

    Integration with Windows Server 2003 SP1 5

    About Windows Server 2003 SP1 5

    Updates 5

    Enhancements 6

    New features 6

    Why Should Organizations Deploy Windows Server 2003 SP1? 7

    Editions and Features 7

    System Requirements 8

    Getting Started with Windows Server 2003 R2 9

    To start Setup for a new installation from the product CDs 9

    To start Setup for a new installation from the network 9

    To start an upgrade on a computer running Windows Server 2003 (without SP1) 10

    To start an upgrade on a computer running Windows Server 2003 with SP1 10

    To start an upgrade on a computer running Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 or Microsoft Windows 2000 Server 11

    Technical Overview 12

    Technical Overview 12

    Simplified Branch Office Server Management 12

    Branch Office 12

    Distributed File System 12

    Remote Differential Compression 12

    Distributed File System Replication 13

    Distributed File System Namespace 13

    Print Management Console 13

    Simplified Identity and Access Management 14

    Active Directory Federation Services 14

    Classic Web SSO 14

    Federated Web SSO 14

    Federated Authorization and .NET Integration 14

    Extensible architecture 15

    Web Services interoperability 15

    What Is ADFS: In-Depth Information 15

    ADFS Requirements 16

    Hardware requirements 16

    Software requirements 16

    Federation Service 16

    Active Directory and ADAM account store requirements 16

    Federation Service Proxy 16

    ADFS Web Service Agent 17

    Trusted certification authorities 17

    TCP/IP network connectivity 17

    DNS 17

    Web server 17

    Web browser 17

    Active Directory Application Mode 17

    ADAM Overview 18

    What's new in ADAM 18

    Microsoft directory technologies 18

    Comparing ADAM to Active Directory 19

    UNIX Identity Management 19

    Efficient Storage Management 20

    Storage Manager for SANs 20

    LUN management for Fibre Channel subsystems 20

    LUN management for iSCSI subsystems 20

    File Server Resource Management 21

    Storage Resource Manager quotas vs. NTFS disk quotas 21

    Microsoft Services for Network File System 21

    Improved Web Platform 22

    Windows SharePoint Services 22

    Applications for Windows SharePoint Services 22

    SharePoint sites – file storage plus collaboration 22

    SharePoint Central Administration – Web browser interface for managing servers 23

    ASP.NET 2.0 23

    Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 23

    Cost-Effective Virtualization 24

    Additional Features 24

    Web Services for Management 24

    Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications 24

    Support for 64-bit Applications 25

    Common Log File System 25

    MMC 3.0 26

    Action pane 26

    New Add/Remove Snap-in dialog box 26

    Improved error handling 26

    Summary 27

    Summary 27

    Related Links 28

    Related Links 28

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