Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Windows Server 2016: File Services.
- [Instructor] In this course I'm expecting that you already have some level of basic knowledge of Windows Server Environments as a whole. And it'll be even more helpful if you are already familiar with the Windows Server 2016 environment. But outside of that there really are no other prerequisites that you need in order to be able to follow along with this course. Now in the course I will be using a series of virtual machines. When you look at my environment you might see as many as six virtual machines that have been set up, and they'll all be running.
But for the actual demonstrations there's only three machines that I'll actually be using. And if you want to follow along there's only three machines you need to set up. One machine needs to be a domain controller, and then the other two need to be member servers of that domain. But that's pretty much all you would need, as far as a setup in order to follow along with the demonstrations that I'm going to show you.
- Configuring File Server Resource Manager
- Configuring quotas
- Configuring file screens and reports
- Configuring Distributed File System (DFS)
- Configuring DFS namesakes and DFS replication
- Encrypting files using the Encrypting File System
- Auditing file access