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Windows Server 2012

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You'll be introduced to the Windows 2012 Server.

Created Date 03.12.15
Last Updated 03.12.15
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  • The 2 types of folder shares supported by Server 2012 are:
  • This type of group should be used to simplify administration of files and shares:
  • The name for a collection of individual permissions:
  • The name of a user, group, or computer granted permission:
  • This feature prevents users from searching through files and folders they cannot access:
  • The name of the software interface through which a computer communicates with a print device:
  • The physical and logical differences between the two printing configurations: network-attached printing and network-attached printer sharing:
  • The most efficient way to deploy multiple printers to many users:
  • The 3 printer permissions:
  • This role service allows UNIX clients running LPR to print to Windows printers:
  • Create this in Server Manager to simplify management when many servers are listed in Server Manager:
  • Used to create PowerShell Web Access Gateway authorization rules:
  • The PowerShell cmdlet for listing the roles and features on a remote server:
  • Must be done for Server Manager to manage down level servers:
  • These changes need to be made on a 2012 server in order to remotely manage:
  • This role must be installed to create SMB shares:
  • The Windows Server 2012 feature that enables maintenance of previous file versions on a server:
  • The component that allows a remote desktop services client to print locally:
  • Allows administrator to use a web browser as a remote management gateway:
  • The valid values for setting printer priority: