Server Role     Last updated on 2009     11     2, a full moon day

Also see: Server;

1st to understand Internet vs. Proxy Server Settings; 2nd to understand each server's installation and configuration i.e. by default, 11 servers are available by Windows Server 2003 Enterprise. 3rd to do server role by topology; Start>>All Programs>>Administrative Tool>>Configure Your Server Wizard, and then configure the following server roles: ... ;

Application server ASP.Net, Application server IIS, DHCP server, DNS server, File server, Mail server POP3, Mail server SMTP, Print server, Remote access server VPN, Streaming media server, Terminal server, and WINS server;

OLE, Object Linking & Embedding;

Remote access server, RAS: DUN allows remote client to logon to this server via DUN; VPN allows remote client to logon to this server via VPN Internet connection; NAT allows Internet-client to connect into Internet by using 1 public IP address; VPN and NAT; Secure connection allows this network to connect to remote network ("HQ to branch"); Any combinational custom configuration; LAN routing access; and ... ;

Windows Server 2003 >> Start >> Manage Your Server IFF servers, Server.Win2003Platform.xls in Excel >> Add or remove a role >> and then, server role can be configured as: ASP.NET Application server, Domain controller (Active Directory), DHCP server, DNS server Graphics knowledge based needed, File server, IIS Application server, POP3 Mail server, Print server, Remote access / VPN server, SMTP Mail server, Streaming media server, Terminal Server, and WINS server; Also see: User;

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