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1 Per Seat Licensing Each Client Requires a CAL CAL Per Server Licensing Each Connection Requires a CAL CAL Modo de Licença;

2 Configuração do Ambiente Identificando opções de Performance Configurando o Pagefile Configurando variaveis de ambiente Mudando as opções de Startup Configurando Opções de Energia

3 Opções de Performace Performance Options Application response Optimize performance for: ApplicationsBackground services Virtual memory Total paging file size for all drives:192 MB OKCancel Change... Application Response Distributes Microprocessor Resources Between Running Applications Virtual Memory Determines the Size of the Paging File

4 Configurando o Paging File Virtual Memory Drive [Volume Label]Paging File Size (MB) C: E: Paging file size for selected drive Total paging file size for all drives Registry size Drive: Space available: C: 1248 MB Initial size (MB): Maximum size (MB): Set Maximum registry size (MB): 2 MB 190 MB 192 MB 9 MB Current registry size (MB): 35 OKCancel Minimum allowed: Recommended: Currently allocated:

5 Configurando as Variaveis de Ambiente Environment Variables User variables for administrator System variables VariableValue VariableValue New...Edit...Delete OKCancel New...Edit...Delete TEMP TMPC:\Documents and Settings\admini... ComSpec C:\WINNT\system32\cmd.exe NUMBER_OF… OS Os2LibPath 1 Windows_NT C:\WINNT\system32\os2\dll;

6 Alterando as Opções de Inicialização Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server /fastdetect Startup and Recovery System startup Recovery Default operating system: Display list of operating systems for30seconds If the system stops unexpectedly: Write an event to the system log Send an administrative alert Write debugging information to: C:\WINNT\MEMORY.DMP Overwrite any existing file Write kernel information only Automatically reboot OKCancel

7 Windows 2000 Disk Storage Types Simple Volume Basic Storage Extended Partition with Logical Drives H: G: F: E: D: C: F: E: D: C: -or--or- Primary Partitions Dynamic Storage Spanned Volume Mirrored Volume RAID-5 Volume Striped Volume

8 Convertendo de Armazenamento Basico para Dinamico BasicBasic System and boot partitions Primary and extended partitions, and logical drives Volume set Stripe set Mirror set Stripe set with parity DynamicDynamic Simple volumes Spanned volume Striped volume Mirrored volume RAID-5 volume BasicBasicDynamicDynamic No volume conversion

9 Tarefas do Disk Management Reparando e deletando Partições e Volumes Adicionando Discos Gerenciando as Letras do Drive e caminho Conectando a discos remotamente

10 Adicionando Discos Adicionando um Novo disco Adicionando Discos de outros computadores Um Status de Falha: Incomplete Volume or Failed Redundancy quer dizer que o disco perdeu o Volume Refresh Rescan Disks Restore Basic Disk Configuration… New All Tasks View Help Disk 0 Basic 1908 MB Online CDRom 0 CDRom No Media Import Foreign Disk

11 Managing Drive Letters and Paths Managing Drive Letters –Addto assign new drive letter –Removeto remove existing drive letter –Modifyto change existing drive letter Managing Drive Paths New Volume 51 BM NTFS Healthy (C:) 1.37 GB NTFS Healthy (System) Disk 0 Basic 3.02 GB Online Desktop My documents My computer 3 1/2 Floppy (A:) Local Disk (C:) Documents and Settings Inetpub Program Files Project Data Shared Files WINNT Local Disk (C:)

12 Connecting to Disks Remotely Console1 Add/Remove Snap-in StandaloneExtensions Use this page to add or remove a standalone Snap-in from the console Snap-ins added to:Console Root Description Add... Remove About Add Standalone Snap-in Available Standalone Snap-ins: Snap-in Vendor Active Directory Domain and Trusts Active Directory Site and Services Active Directory Users and Computers ActiveX Control Certificates Component Services Computer Management Device Manager Disk Defragmenter Disk Management Microsoft Corp... Executive Soft... VERITAS Soft... Description Dynamic disk and volume management provided to Microsoft by VERITAS Software Corporation. VERITAS also sells products that enhance Windows NT disk and storage management. AddClose

13 Replace the failed disk and reestablish the mirrored volume Recover a disk identified as Online (Errors) Recover a disk identified as Offline or Missing Recovering a Failed Mirrored Volume Disk 1Disk 2 Errors D: Missing D:D': Reactivate Disk D': Disk 1Disk 2 D:D': Create Volume on New Disk Disk 1 Disk 2 Remove Failed Volume

14 Replace the failed disk and regenerate the RAID-5 volume Recovering a Failed RAID-5 Volume Recover a disk identified as Online (Errors) Recover a disk identified as Offline or Missing Parity Disk 1 Missing Disk 2 Parity Disk 3 Parity Reactivate Disk Parity Errors Reactivate Disk Parity Regenerate Volume on New Disk Replace Failed Disk Disk 1Disk 2Disk 3

15 Installing and Configuring TCP/IP Installing TCP/IP Configuring TCP/IP to Use a Static IP Address Configuring TCP/IP to Obtain an IP Address Automatically Automatic Private IP Addressing Troubleshooting TCP/IP Testing TCP/IP Configuration

16 Configuring TCP/IP to Obtain an IP Address Automatically Assign IP address of Assign IP address of DHCP ClientDHCP Server Request for IP address Request for IP address DHCP Automatically Assigns IP Addresses and Other Configuration Information to DHCP Clients

17 Automatic Private IP Addressing Network LAN Adapter for TCP/IP Windows 2000 DHCP Server Request for IP Address Automatic Private IP Addressing Generates IP Address Automatic Private IP Addressing Generates IP Address No IP Address Returned Enables the Configuration of IP Addresses Without –Using static IP addresses –Installing the DHCP Server service

18 Troubleshooting TCP/IP For Troubleshooting PingPingARPARPIpconfigIpconfigNbtstatNbtstat NetstatNetstatRouteRouteHostnameHostnameTracertTracert

19 Testing TCP/IP Configuration Verify and Test Configuration Ipconfig Ping (Loopback Address) Ping IP Address of the Computer Ping IP Address of Default Gateway Ping IP Address of Remote Host

20 Installing NetBEUI NetBEUI Capabilities –Supports connection-oriented and connectionless communications –Provides self-configuration and self-tuning –Provides error protection –Requires small memory overhead NetBEUI Limitations –Designed for department-sized LANs –Non-routable –Broadcast-based

21 Como Funciona o DHCP? Visão Geral do DHCP O Processo de Geração O Processo de Renovação

22 Funcionamento do DHCP IP Address1 IP Address2 IP Address3 DHCP Database IP Address2 IP Address1 DHCP Client (IP configuration from DHCP server) DHCP Server DHCP Client Non-DHCP Client (static IP configuration)

23 DHCP ServersDHCP Client Processo de fornecimento de IP - DHCP 11 IP Lease Request 33 IP Lease Selection 22 IP Lease Offer 44 IP Lease Acknowledgement

24 DHCPREQUESTDHCPREQUEST Source IP Address = Dest. IP Address = Requested IP Address = Hardware Address = Source IP Address = Dest. IP Address = Requested IP Address = Hardware Address = DHCPACK Source IP Address = Dest. IP Address = Offered IP Address = Client Hardware Address = Subnet Mask = Length of Lease = 72 hours Server Identifier = DHCP Option: Router = Source IP Address = Dest. IP Address = Offered IP Address = Client Hardware Address = Subnet Mask = Length of Lease = 72 hours Server Identifier = DHCP Option: Router = DHCP ClientDHCP Server O Processo de Renovação de IP

25 Requisitos para Servidores e Clientes DHCP Servidores DHCP (Windows 2000 Server) –O Serviço de DHCP instalado –Endereço de IP Estático, mascara de Rede, gateway padrão –Range de endereçamento IP valido Clientes DHCP –Windows 2000 Professional ou Windows 2000 Server –Windows NT Server ou Workstation 3.51 ou later –Windows 95 ou Windows 98 –Windows for Workgroups 3.11, com TCP/IP-32 –Microsoft Network Client 3.0 para MS-DOS –LAN Manager 2.2c –Sistemas Operacionais Nao-Microsoft como UNIX ou Macintosh

26 Instalando o Serviço de DHCP Networking Services To add or remove a component, click the check box. A shaded box means that only part of the component will be installed. To see whats included in a component, click Details. Subcomponents of Networking Services: 0.8 MB Description: Total disk space required: Space available on disk: 0.9 MB MB Details... OKCancel Enables a network connected to the Internet to automatically assign a temporary IP address to a host when the host connects to the network. COM Internet Services Proxy 0.0 MB Domain Name System (DNS) 0.0 MB Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) 0.0 MB Internet Authentication Service 0.0 MB QoS Admission Control Service0.0 MB Simple TCP/IP Services0.0 MB Site Server LDAP Services1.8 MB

27 Autorizando um Servidor DHCP If unauthorized, the service logs an error and will not respond to clients If authorized, the service starts properly DHCP server in a domain checks for authorization ClientsDHCP Server Domain Controller/ DHCP Server DHCP Server


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