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TCP/IP Settings

Your Own Server Part 2: Windows Server 2003 Installation
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Now, the network connection, or more precisely the TCP/IP settings must be modified in order to be able to work together with the new DNS server. This time we enter the Windows server (here it is 192.168.1.50) as the primary DNS server address. We mark all available checkboxes because we also want to work with DNS suffixes.

We can enter the WINS server (Windows Internet Naming Service) here if it is to be installed. This is also selected under [Control Panel] - [Software] - [Windows Components] - [Network Services] and only has a few configuration options so that there should be no difficulties here.

Installation Of Asminpak.msi


By far, the most helpful tool collection is the Resource Kit for Windows Servers provided by Microsoft. However, this has to be bought separately. The Windows CD included here contains the administration package, which can be installed quickly by running the command asminpak.msi. It expands the program options in the administration tree.

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