MCSE Guide to Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory

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					  MCSE Guide to Microsoft
Windows 2000 Active Directory
      Chapter 13


Deploying Windows 2000
Using Remote Installation
        Services
               Learning Objectives
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      Understand what RIS is and how it functions
      Understand the requirements for RIS
      Identify RIS client and server components
      Setup and configure RIS



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               Learning Objectives
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      Create RIS images
      Create RIS boot disks
      Manage RIS security




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                  RIS Requirements
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      The following components must be installed
       for RIS to function:
          Remote Installation Services (RIS)
          Domain Name System (DNS)
          Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
           Server
          Active Directory


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                  RIS Client and Server
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      Client Requirements
          must meet NetPC or PC98 standards
          must have a compliant BIOS
          must have a compatible network adapter
      Hardware Requirements
          Pentium 166 or faster CPU
          32MB of RAM minimum
          800MB or larger hard drive
          DHCP PXE-based boot ROM or network adapter supported by the
           RIS boot floppy

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     RIS Client and Server
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             Server Components of RIS
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        Pentium 166 or faster CPU
        96 to 128MB of RAM
        10MB Ethernet adapter
        Access to Windows 2000 installation files
        2GB hard-disk space for the RIS server folder tree
        NTFS-formatted partition for RIS images




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             Server Components of RIS
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      Additional services installed with RIS
           Boot Information Negotiation Layer (BINL)
           Trivial File Transfer Protocol Daemon (TFTPD)
           Single Instance Store (SIS)




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     Setting Up and Configuring
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     Setting Up and Configuring
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         Setting Up and Configuring
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      RISetup




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     Setting Up and Configuring
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     Setting Up and Configuring
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     Setting Up and Configuring
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     Setting Up and Configuring
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               Creating RIS Images
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      RIPrep can be used to deploy the OS plus
       customized settings and locally installed
       desktop applications
      Like disk cloning, but it can be used only on
       Windows 2000 Professional




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                 Creating RIS Images
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      Creating images is a two-step process:
          Install and configure a computer with Windows
           2000 Professional and the specific applications
           and settings desired
          Run RIPrep.exe from the RIS server




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     Creating RIS Images
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     Creating RIS Images
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     Creating RIS Images
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     Creating RIS Images
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                      RIPrep files
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      RIPrep.log
      Bootcode.dat
      Imirror.dat




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            Creating RIS Boot Disks
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      Necessary if you do not have a PXE-capable
       network adapter or motherboard and
      You do have a network adapter supported by
       RBFG.exe




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     Creating RIS Boot Disks
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             Managing RIS Security
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      Before an RIS server can service client
       requests, it must be authorized into Active
       Directory
      You can do this through the DHCP MMC




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        Managing RIS Client Options
13          with Group Policy
      Automatic Setup
      Custom Setup
      Restart setup
      Tools




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     Managing RIS Client Options
13       with Group Policy




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        Managing RIS Configuration
13               Settings
      Configuring Client Support
      Define a computer naming convention
      Grant computer account creation rights
      Prestage computers




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     Managing RIS Configuration
13            Settings




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     Managing RIS Configuration
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           Managing RIS Configuration
13                  Settings
      Prestaging computers
          to create computer accounts in advance and to
           ensure that each computer name is unique




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                    Chapter Summary
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      RIS can install only on Windows 2000 Professional
      RIS is dependent on AD Group Policy, DNS, and DHCP
      An RIS client must support PXE
      A select number of network adapters is supported by the RIS
       boot disk
      RISetup.exe is used to create CD-based installation images
      RIPrep.exe is used to create custom images that can contain
       Windows 2000 Professional and third-party applications




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                    Chapter Summary
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      RIS servers must be authorized through DHCP before they
       can respond to client requests
      An administrator can prestage computers for added security
      An administrator can use Group Policy to determine which
       client installation options will be available to the user
      The Windows 2000 Professional installation directory must
       be on the boot partition for RIPrep to succeed




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