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Assignment 1 Lucerne Publishing

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Lucerne Publishing

There are many benefits to upgrading to Windows Server 2008 in any business environment. The Lucerne Publishing corporate office will benefit greatly from these upgrades. A computer must be designed with Windows Server 2008 to act as your Internet router. Here are some features from Window Server 2008 that will enhance the company operations according to Introducing windows server 2008: Top 10 reasons to upgrade (Shinder, 2008): Windows Server 2008 includes the Server Manager and the Advanced Event Viewer. It allows configuring, managing, and monitoring the server. In the Server Manager, you can install Server Roles (such as DNS, DHCP, Active Directory) and Role services (such as Terminal Services Gateway and RRAS). Windows Server 2008 Event Viewer provides you with Event Logs you can use. There are the usual Windows Event Logs: Application, Security, and System and Events for all applications and services installed on the computer. Windows Server 2008 can be installed in one of two ways: full installation or server core. The Server Core installation installs a subset of binaries that are required to get the core operating system running. The actual goal of Server Core is to reduce the overall attack surface and to reduce the number of updates required on the server. Terminal Services Gateway is a type of SSL VPN, in the same way that RPC/HTTP for Outlook access to Exchange Server is an SSL VPN. Terminal Services Gateway also supports Smart Card authentication and you also have the option to enforce NAP client access controls. Terminal Services Gateway is definitely one of the major reasons to upgrade to Windows Server 2008. Windows Server 2008 provides you with a…...

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