In this segment, Scott Burrell discusses planning for the roles and features that you can add to a Windows server and demonstrates the installation process.
- [Instructor] I usually complete a worksheet…kind of like this one…prior to any server installation.…Notice the first column.…This isn't the first question…that you're asked during a server installation.…In fact, adding roles and features…are the last part of a new server deployment,…but that said, role and features,…and identifying what your server is going to do…and what your server is going to be…should be the first part of your plan.…
Each role and each application…will have its own set of requirements.…Some, like DNS and DHCP, have a very small footprint…and may be able to coexist on a server,…possibly even with other roles.…Others have varying demands.…File sharing is likely to require high volumes of storage…and fast networking interfaces,…while acting as a domain controller…may require enhanced local security…and controlled access.…
Planning which roles you're going to add to a server…should be done with these considerations…of the security needs, of the hardware needs,…of the processing and memory, as well as storage needs,…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Roles and features
- Upgrades and migration
- Defender and Firewall
- Windows Admin Center
- Planning sites and services
- Environments: hybrid cloud hyper-converged
- Identity and access roles
- Staying up to date
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2016: Storage Serviceswith Robert McMillen3h 16m Intermediate
What you should already know1m 55s
1. Getting Started
2. Management and Administration
3. Windows Server Environments
4. Storage Solutions
5. Identity and Access Roles
7. Going Forward
Windows Insider program4m 2s
Next steps1m 18s
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