1-14 Chapter 1 Introducing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Practice: Installing Windows Server 2003
In this practice, you will configure a computer to run Windows Server 2003. You will then promote the server to become a domain controller in the contoso.com domain.
Exercise 1: Installing Windows Server 2003
This exercise should be performed on a computer compatible with Windows Server 2003. It assumes that the primary hard drive is completely empty. If your disk already has partitions configured, you can modify the exercise to match the configuration of your system.
1. Configure the computer’s BIOS or the disk controller BIOS to boot from CD-ROM. If you are not sure how to configure your computer or disk controller to boot from CD-ROM, consult your hardware documentation.
2. Insert the Windows Server 2003 installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive and restart the computer.
3. If the primary disk is not empty, a message appears prompting you to press any key to boot from CD. If you see this message, press any key.
After the computer starts, a brief message appears explaining that your system configuration is being inspected, and then the Windows Setup screen appears.
4. If your computer requires special mass storage drivers that are not part of the Windows Server 2003 driver set, press F6 when prompted and provide the appropriate drivers.
5. The system prompts you to press F2 to perform an Automated System Recovery (ASR). Automated System Recovery is a new feature in Windows Server 2003 that replaces the Emergency Repair Disk feature of previous versions of Windows, and is described in Chapter 13. Do not press F2 at this time. Setup will continue.
Notice that the gray status bar at the bottom of the screen indicates that the computer is being inspected and that files are loading. This is required to start a minimal version of the operating system.
6. If you are installing an evaluation version of Windows Server 2003, the Setup Notification screen appears informing you of this. Read the Setup Notification message, and then press Enter to continue.
Setup displays the Welcome To Setup screen.
Notice that, in addition to the initial installation of the operating system, you can use Windows Server 2003 Setup to repair a damaged Windows installation. The Recovery Console is described in Chapter 13.
7. Read the Welcome To Setup message, and then press Enter to continue. Setup displays the License Agreement screen.
8. Read the license agreement, pressing Page Down to scroll to the bottom of the screen.
Lesson 2 Installation and Configuration of Windows Server 2003 and Active Directory 1-15 9. Press F8 to accept the agreement.
Setup displays the Windows Server 2003 Setup screen, prompting you to select an area of free space or an existing partition on which to install the operating system. This stage of setup provides a way for you to create and delete partitions on your hard disk.
To complete the exercises in this book, you will need to configure a partition large enough to host the operating system installation (recommended minimum size is 3 GB) and unallocated space of at least 1 GB. The following steps assume your disk is at least 4 GB in size and is currently empty. You may make adjustments to accommodate your situation.
10. Press C to create a partition.
11. To create a 3 GB partition type 3072 in the Create Partition Of Size (In MB) box and press Enter.
12. Confirm that your partitioning is similar to that shown in Figure 1-2. Again, the recommendations for the hands-on exercises is a C: partition of at least 3 GB and 1 GB of unpartitioned space. Figure 1-2 Partitioning the hard drive for setup 13. Select C: Partition1 [New (Raw)] and press Enter to install. You are prompted to select a file system for the partition.
14. Verify that the Format The Partition Using The NTFS File System option is selected, and press Enter to continue.
Setup formats the partition with NTFS, examines the hard disk for physical errors that might cause the installation to fail, copies files to the hard disk, and initializes the installation. This process takes several minutes.
Eventually, Setup displays a red status bar that counts down for 15 seconds before the computer restarts and enters the GUI mode of the setup process.
1-16 Chapter 1 Introducing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 15. After the text mode of setup has completed, the system restarts. Do not, when prompted, press a key to boot to the CD-ROM.
Windows Setup launches and produces a graphical user interface that tracks the progress of installation in the left pane. Collecting Information, Dynamic Update, and Preparing Installation options are selected. Collecting Information was completed before the GUI appeared, and Dynamic Update is not used when starting from the CD-ROM. The system is now Preparing Installation by copying files to the local disk drive.
16. On the Regional And Language Options page, choose settings that are appropriate for your language and text input requirements, and then click Next. Tip You can modify regional settings after you install the operating system using Regional And Language Options in Control Panel. Setup displays the Personalize Your Software page, prompting you for your name and organization name.
17. In the Name text box, type your name; in the Organization text box, type the name of an organization, and then click Next.
Setup displays the Your Product Key page.
18. Enter the product key included with your Windows Server 2003 installation CD-ROM, and then click Next.
Setup displays the Licensing Modes dialog box, prompting you to select a licensing mode.
19. Verify that the Per Server Number Of Concurrent Connections option is 5, and then click Next. Important Per Server Number Of Concurrent Connections and 5 concurrent connections are suggested values to be used to complete your self-study. You should use a legal number of concurrent connections based on the actual licenses that you own. You can also choose to use Per Device Or Per User option instead of Per Server. Setup displays the Computer Name And Administrator Password page.
Notice that Setup uses your organization name to generate a suggested name for the computer. If you didn’t enter an organization name earlier in the installation process, Setup uses your name to generate part of the computer name.
20. In the Computer Name text box, type Server01.
The computer name displays in all capital letters regardless of how it is entered. Throughout the rest of this self-paced training kit, the practices refer to Server01.
Lesson 2 Installation and Configuration of Windows Server 2003 and Active Directory 1-17 Caution If your computer is on a network, check with the network administrator before assigning a name to your computer. 21. In the Administrator Password text box and the Confirm Password text box, type a complex password for the Administrator account (one that others cannot easily guess). Remember this password because you will be logging on as Administrator to perform most hands-on exercises. Important In a manual installation, Windows Server 2003 will not let you progress to sub-sequent steps until you enter an Administrator password that meets complexity requirements. You are allowed to enter a blank password, though this practice is strongly discouraged. If the server has a modem installed, you will be presented with the Modem Dialing Information dialog box.
22. Type your area code, and then click Next. The Date And Time Settings page appears.
23. Type the correct Date & Time and Time Zone settings, and then click Next. Important Windows Server 2003 services depend on the computer’s time and date settings. Be sure to enter the correct time and date, and to select the correct time zone for your location. 24. On the Networking Settings page, select Typical Settings, and then click Next. The Workgroup Or Computer Domain page appears.
25. Verify that the first option is selected and that the workgroup name is Workgroup, and then click Next.
Setup installs and configures the remaining operating system components. When the installation is complete, the computer restarts automatically and the Welcome To Windows dialog box appears.
26. Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to initiate logon, and type the password you configured for the Administrator account. Note Some editions of Windows Server 2003, including the Evaluation edition provided with this book, require that you activate the operating system after you install it. Activation must occur within 14 days of installation. The activation process is simple and can be completed over the Internet or by telephone. If you acquire your license to use Windows Server 2003 through one of the Microsoft volume licensing programs, you are not required to activate the license.
1-18 Chapter 1 Introducing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 27. Click the balloon that appears in the System tray to initiate activation of Windows Server 2003. Follow the on-screen prompts. Note To activate by Internet, you will have to connect Server01 to the network and you may have to adjust the TCP/IP properties of your network interface card (NIC) to reflect an appropriate IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server address. Exercise 2: Configuring the Server
In this exercise, you will configure the server as the first domain controller in an Active Directory domain called contoso.com. Note When the Active Directory Installation Wizard is launched, the steps that it prompts you to follow will differ based on whether it detects another domain on the network. The steps presented below assume you are running the wizard on an isolated network. If you are connected to a network with another domain, the steps may vary, and you may either modify your choices appropriately or disconnect from the network prior to performing the exercise. 1. If it is not already open, open the Manage Your Server page from the Administrative Tools program group.
2. Click Add Or Remove A Role. The Configure Your Server Wizard appears.
3. Click Next and the Configure Your Server Wizard detects network settings.
4. Click Typical Configuration For A First Server, and then click Next.
5. In Active Directory Domain Name, type contoso.com.
6. Verify that NetBIOS Domain Name reads CONTOSO and click Next.
7. Verify that the Summary Of Selections matches that shown in Figure 1-3 and click Next.
The Configure Your Server Wizard reminds you that the system will restart and asks you to close any open programs.
8. Click Yes.
Lesson 2 Installation and Configuration of Windows Server 2003 and Active Directory 1-19 Figure 1-3 Summary Of Selections 9. After the system has restarted, log on as Administrator.
10. The Configure Your Server Wizard will summarize its final steps, as shown in Figure 1-4. Figure 1-4 The Configure Your Server Wizard 11. Click Next and then click Finish.
12. Open Active Directory Users And Computers from the Administrative Tools group. Confirm that you now have a domain called contoso.com by expanding the domain and locating the computer account for Server01 in the Domain Controllers OU.
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