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WINS Server Provides computer name resolution by translating NetBIOS names to IP addresses. It is not necessary to install Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) unless you are supporting legacy operating systems such as Windows 95 or Windows NT. Operating systems such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP do not require WINS, although legacy applications on those platforms might very well require NetBIOS name resolution. Choosing this option installs WINS.
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Files are stored on a volume in units called clusters. Cluster size is configured when formatting a drive; many NTFS volumes use a default cluster size of 4 KB. Each cluster can contain only one file, even if that file is smaller than the cluster size. If a file is larger than the cluster size, the file is saved to multiple clusters, with each cluster containing a pointer to the next segment of the file. When a drive is new, all clusters are free, so as files are written to the drive, they tend to occupy physically adjacent clusters. But quickly, as files are deleted or expanded and contracted in size, free clusters are no longer completely contiguous, so a file might be saved to several clusters that are not physically close to each other on the disk drive. This fragmentation of a file results in slower read and write performance and, over time, fragmentation of multiple files on a server can degrade performance significantly. Windows Server 2003 provides a defragmenter toolset both a command-line and a graphical utility with which volumes can be analyzed and defragmented. The tools
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