Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Install and configure the Remote Access role, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure Advanced Network Services.
- Now I'd like to go ahead and talk about some options we have in regards to remote access and remote access servers and the network. In order to do this, the first thing we need to do is add the remote access role to our domain controller. The way we would do that is log onto our domain controller, bring up our Server Manager, and then, under Dashboard, select the Add roles and features option. This brings up the Add Roles and Features Wizard.
From here, we then click Next, and then, Next once more because we want to do a role based or feature based installation. Then, we select the server. In this case, we're using the domain controller, which is the server that's already up there. So we'll click Next one more time. This brings us to the Select server roles window. We need to then come down here to the Remote Access role, click that, and then, choose Next.
We'll choose Next one more time to select the features that are default here. Finally, we'll go ahead and deploy it by selecting Next once more. For now, I want to go ahead and select all the possible role services. DirectAccess and VPN, click Add Features. Routing, and then, the Web Application Proxy. Then click Next. We also go ahead and set this to Restart the destination server automatically if required because a restart will be required once the remote access role has been installed.
So let's select Yes here, and now, let's go ahead and install the role. This will take a little bit of time. We just need to sit and wait for it to go through this process. Once the server reboots, it'll then come back up, and this time it'll include remote access as one of the options under the Server Manager. Now the installation's role has been completed, we can Close, and then come down here and choose right-click to Update and restart our configuration since we've now installed a new role.
Then, click Continue one more time. Once Server Manager comes up, along with all its different services in the dashboard, we can then go ahead and begin talking about some of the options that are available for remote access using Server 2012.
This Windows training course helps you study for the exams while learning advanced server administration techniques. Professor Timothy Pintello covers all of the core exam topics, including DHCPv6, primary and secondary DNS zone configuration, working with different DNS resource record types, VPN routing, certificates for direct access, IPAM admin delegation, and more.
- Implementing advanced DHCP solutions
- Configuring DNS zones
- Configuring DNS records
- Implementing advanced DNS solutions
- Configuring VPN and routing
- Configuring direct access
- Deploying and managing IPAM
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2012 R2: Configuring Hyper-Vwith Timothy Pintello2h 24m Intermediate
1. Implement an Advanced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Solution
2. Configure DNS Zones
3. Configure DNS Records
4. Configure DNS Record Options
5. Implement an Advanced DNS Solution
6. Configure Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Routing
8. Deploy and Manage IP Address Management (IPAM)
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