TechTutorials - Free Computer Tutorials  







File and Disk Systems






Tutorials (16)

Total Tutorials: 6572  |  Added today: 0 Tutorials updated: 09/15/2018



Sort Tutorials By:


Configuring and Using DFS Replication
 
This article shows how businesses can use the new DFS Replication feature of Windows Server 2003 R2 to perform tasks like simplifying branch office backups and publishing content across an enterprise. Configuration options for DFS Replication are also discussed.
Added: 03/30/2006, Hits: 970, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Configuring DFS Namespaces
 
This article covers advanced topics relevant to administrators implementing DFS Namespaces in a multi-site enterprise environment. Topics covered include adding namespace servers, configuring referral order methods, overriding referral order, and enabling client failback after a referral.
Added: 02/24/2006, Hits: 860, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Determining Effective NTFS Permissions in Windows Server 2003
 
This article takes a look at a new feature in Windows Server 2003 that allows an administrator to easily ascertain the effective NTFS permissions associated with a user or group.
Added: 06/26/2003, Hits: 712, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Implementing DFS Namespaces
 
This article examines the changes to DFS in Windows Server 2003 R2 and walks you through the steps in setting up domain-based DFS namespaces. Topics covered include creating a namespace, creating folders, and adding folder targets to your namespace.
Added: 02/16/2006, Hits: 802, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Implementing DFS Replication
 
This article looks at the changes to file system replication in Windows Server 2003 R2 and walks you through an example of setting up replication to provide greater availability for a domain-based DFS namespace.
Added: 03/16/2006, Hits: 910, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Implementing EFS in a Windows Server 2003 Domain
 
Microsoftís Encrypting File System (EFS), used to encrypt data on Windows 2000, XP and Server 2003 computers, relies on a public key certificate. If you donít have a public key infrastructure, EFS can use a self-signed certificate. This is the default for using EFS on a standalone or workgroup computer. Implementing EFS within a domain with a PKI presents more complexity. In this article, we'll look at how to manage and use EFS in a Windows 2000 or Server 2003 domain.
Added: 01/04/2006, Hits: 807, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Issues Involved In Converting Basic Disks To Dynamic Disks
 
One of the Windows Server 2003 features that Iíve always found most useful is the ability to convert basic disks to dynamic disks. The advantage of doing this is that the Windows operating system allows you to span a single volume across multiple dynamic disks. By spanning a volume across multiple disks, you can create a larger volume than what a single disk can hold, you can achieve better performance than what a single disk would provide you with, and you can even achieve a degree of fault tolerance against hard disk failure. Even with all of these benefits, there are some serious issues that you need to be aware of before you even think about converting a basic disk into a dynamic disk.
Added: 07/21/2005, Hits: 1,009, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Shadow Copies of Shared Folders - Part 1
 
In part one of a set of articles on Shadow Copies of Shared Folders Mike explores how administrators can setup this new feature to make point-in-time copies of files.
Added: 06/26/2003, Hits: 615, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Shadow Copy Volumes
 
An overview of the Shadow Copy Volume feature introduces in Windows 2003, including details on how to configure servers and clients.
Added: 08/19/2003, Hits: 676, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Streamlining the backup process with Microsoftís Data Protection Server
 
Although it is extremely common for organizations to back data up to tape each night, the technology behind tape backups is over twenty years old. At the same time, network administrators are being asked to back up more and more data in less and less time and to be able to perform nearly instant restore operations. The old tape backup technology is having a hard time keeping pace with such demands. Fortunately, Microsoft is about to release a new, disk based, backup solution called Data Protection Server that is designed to solve all of these problems. In this article I will tell you all about it.
Added: 10/13/2004, Hits: 574, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Troubleshooting File System Problems
 
This article presents a systematic approach to troubleshooting file system problems on servers running Windows Server 2003. Various tools for troubleshooting disk problems are examined and best practices for using them are explained.
Added: 09/15/2006, Hits: 674, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Understanding EFS
 
In this article we will take a look at the new and improved EFS.
Added: 08/11/2006, Hits: 748, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Understanding Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 Inheritance
 
Most students have problems with the concepts of inheritance of attributes by files and other objects in Windows 2000 and Windows 2003. This downloadable document explains the concept of an object with multiple parent containers and explicit assignment of attributes and the rules for inheritance.
Added: 07/12/2006, Hits: 511, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Understanding Windows NTFS Permissions
 
In this article I will explain the NTFS methods and features that are available with Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server.
Added: 05/04/2006, Hits: 878, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Using Remote Storage To Extend Available Storage Space
 
Odds are that your file servers are filled with ancient files that nobody uses anymore, but that the lawyers say that you have to keep. Traditionally, such files have been archived to tape, never to be seen again. However, Windows Serverís remote storage feature allows you to move such files to tape while still allowing them to be available to users. In this article, I will show you how itís done.
Added: 01/12/2006, Hits: 627, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating

Windows 2003 DFS (Distributed File System)
 
This document will explain what the distrubuted file system is and how to set it up in Windows 2003. After having read it you will have a general idea of why it is used and why you might want to consider making use of it in your organization.
Added: 08/04/2004, Hits: 848, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
Add To Favorites  |  Add Rating
Items Per Page:







7 Seconds Resources, Inc.




IT Showcase