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If a page is already in memory when the read-ahead request is posted, the contiguous read is still needed and is faster than breaking up read requests into multiple physical requests. SQL Server considers the read to be unusable for the page in question, but many of the pages around it might be usable. However, if a write operation is in progress when the read is posted, the subsystem has to determine which image of the read to return. Some implementations return the current version of the page before the write is complete; others make the read wait until the write completes; and yet others return a combination, showing partially new data and partially old data. The key is that SQL Server will discard the read as unusable but the subsystem needs to maintain the proper image for subsequent read operations. The inprogress write, when completed, must be the next read image returned to the server running SQL Server.
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Rooslan is a consultant who has been approached by a medium-sized organization for his advice on the best way to optimize disk performance for three newly purchased Windows Server 2003 systems. There are three different systems in question, all with identical hardware. Each server has six 120-GB SCSI hard disk drives and no hardware RAID controller. Rooslan has been presented with the following specifications from the teams that will be using each Windows Server 2003 system. The team that will use the first server has one goal. The team would like a second large volume of approximately 600 GB that will contain all the data. The first volume of 120 GB should contain the operating system files and the program files. Speed and fault tolerance are not important to this team. The team that will use the second server has three goals. The first goal is that the primary volume be 120 GB in size, fault-tolerant, and host the operating system and program files. The second goal is that the secondary volume be 120 GB in size, fault-tolerant, and store program data. The third goal is that the tertiary volume be 240 GB in size and provide the fastest possible read/write speeds. The team that will use the third server has two goals. The first goal is that the primary volume must be approximately 120 GB in size, host the operating system and the program files, and be fault-tolerant. The second goal is that the secondary volume must be approximately 480 GB in size and have the best read/write performance possible. Rooslan installs Windows Server 2003 on the first team s server, using a full disk partition on which he installs the operating system and the program files. Once he is in
To learn more about how Active Directory provides single logon for network users, view the multimedia presentation How Active Directory Enables a Single Sign-On, which is included in the Multimedia folder on the CD accompanying this book.
In this exercise, you use Nslookup to perform forward and reverse lookups. 1. From Computer1, log on to Domain1 as Administrator. 2. Connect Computer1 to the Internet if it is not already connected. 3. Open a command prompt and type netsh interface ip set dns local area con nection static This command ensures that the local DNS server is queried before a remote DNS server. 4. At the command prompt, type nslookup, and press Enter. 5. If you receive a time-out response, type the command again. You should receive an output similar to the following:
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policies. Group Policy is a feature of Windows 2000 and Active Directory. System policies is a legacy policy based management technology that's still available if you've not yet deployed Active Directory. 6, "Using Registry Based Policies," describes policies in detail. Part IV, "Appendices," describes many of the policies in Office XP and tells you where to find them in the registry. The Office XP Resource Kit provides policy templates (ADM files) that you can use with either Group Policy or system policies. It installs several ADM files in %SYSTEMROOT%\Inf, such as OFFICE10.ADM, which contains policy settings that are common to all Office XP programs. When to Use What Scenario Distribute a standard default Office XP configuration Method Tool Add an OPS file to a transform Profile Wizard and Custom Installation Wizard (Customize Default Application Settings page) Add user settings to a Custom Installation transform Wizard (Change Office User Settings page) Specify security settings in a Custom Installation transform Wizard (Specify Office Security Settings page) Specify Outlook settings in a Custom Installation transform Wizard (Outlook: Custom Default Settings page) Add registry values to a Custom Installation transform Wizard (Add/Remove Registry Entries page) Run Profile Wizard during Profile Wizard and Setup Custom Installation Wizard (Add Installations and Run Programs page) Enable Setup to migrate ettings Default behavior from a previous version of Office Specify settings in the Custom Installation transform applied to the Wizard and Setup INI chained package Customization Wizard Run Profile Wizard as a Profile Wizard stand alone tool after installing Office XP Distribute a CMW file after Custom Maintenance installing Office XP Wizard Set policies System Policy Editor or Windows 2000 Group Policy 296
API See application programming interface (API). application-layer filtering A type of filtering in which a firewall examines the actual content of a network packet to determine whether the packet will be forwarded through the firewall. The firewall opens the entire packet and examines the actual data in the packet before making a forwarding decision. application programming interface (API) A set of routines that an application uses to request and carry out lower-level services performed by a computer s operating system. These routines usually execute maintenance tasks such as managing files and displaying information. array An array is a group of Microsoft ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition computers that share the same configuration. An array includes one or more Configuration Storage servers that store the configuration information for the array and one or more array members which are computers with ISA Server services installed. authentication The process of validating the credentials of a person, computer process, or device. Authentication requires that the person, process, or device making the request provides a credential that proves it is what or who it says it is. Common forms of credentials are digital signatures, smart cards, biometric data, and a combination of user names and passwords. automatic discovery Automatic discovery is a feature of Microsoft ISA Server that enables Firewall and Web Proxy clients to discover an ISA Server computer automatically. Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) A service that transfers files between a client and server in the background. Used by Software Update Services and Microsoft Windows Update Services to download hot fixes, updates, and service packs. Basic authentication An authentication mechanism that is supported by most browsers, including Microsoft Internet Explorer. Basic authentication encodes, but does not encrypt, user name and password data before transmitting it over the network. Also known as plaintext authentication. BITS See Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS).
Lesson 2
On the calendar, select a date in bold for the restore point. Click Next twice. Your computer restarts with data from the restore point.
The servers hosting secured Web sites typically require digital certificates to confirm their authenticity to clients. The certificates must be issued by an authority that the clients trust so that they know they are actually connecting to the server they expect, and not a bogus system set up by an imposter. For Internet Web servers, the usual procedure is to purchase a certificate from a commercial authority with an established reputation. If the client trusts the authority, it must also trust any system presenting a certificate issued by the authority. However, if the server is missing the required certificate, or the certificate has expired, or the certificate was issued by an authority the client does not trust, Internet Explorer generates an error message like the one shown in Figure 11-8.
2. Which of the following operating systems running on a client computer allow you to connect to a network printer by using Active Directory search capabilities Choose all that apply. a. Windows 2000 b. Windows Me c. Windows NT 4.0 d. Windows XP Professional 3. You have a small workgroup consisting of five computers running Windows XP Professional at your house. You are giving your friend, who has never seen Windows XP Professional, a tour around the operating system. You are demonstrating how the Search Assistant works, but the Find Printers feature is missing. Why
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