Windows Server 2008 vs SBS2008 & EBS 2008 - Manuals

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Configure DFS Namespace on Windows Server 2008

Configure a DFS Namespace on Windows 2008 Domain Controller running in Server 2008 mode. See more at http://www.davelawlor.com

Editing DHCP Options - Windows Server 2008

This tutorial will show you how to edit the DHCP scope options in Windows Server 2008.

Joining a Windows Vista computer to a Windows Server 2008 domain - Windows Vista/Server 2008

This tutorial will show you how to join a computer running Windows Vista Business, Enterprise or Ultimate to a domain with a server running Windows Server 2008.

Setting up DNS Records for your Mail Server

How to setting up DNS Records for your Mail Server. Before mail server can communicate with other mail hosts, We must configure the DNS server to recognize our mail server. Without a functional and correctly set DNS, Server cannot deliver mail. Buy Domain Name from Godaddy 30% OFF Discount Coupon http://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-7515657-10379078 Part 2: How to setup mail server mailenable on Windows Server 2012 r2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFmCMVqBJAI Part 3: How to access mailenable webmail https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asnVYQARNIg Part 4: How to configure email client like Outlook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nJj3EyhwFU

Windows Server 2008: create an Active Directory Domain Controller

This is a video on how to promote your Windows Server 2008 to a domain controller. A domain controller contains a single sign on for all Windows machines that are able to join a Windows domain (active directory). This allows single sign on for any Windows machine, Exchange email account, or many of the other wonderful services that Microsoft offers. It's also part of why they are so popular in an office environment. It also enables a service called Group Policy which I hope to cover in later videos. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.

I didn't know that a Windows Server could read - but hey - I'm used to SBS :-)

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