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  • Desktop Files Backup SolutionsPreparation: - Windows server 2008 (Standard / Enterprise) – Enterprise Version for this experiment - Windows XP ProfessionalSteps: 1. Install Windows server 2008 and set password for administrator, complicated password is the best as required. 2. Login to the server:
  • 3. Started to create an Active Directory Domain Service
  • - Beforehand, remember to change IP and DNS information in Network Panel, DNS needs to be the server’s IP itself.- Start -> Administration Tools-> Server Manager
  • - Click Roles on the left side of the window, then click Add Roles in the right side.- In the new window, click Active Directory Domain Services, here I have already installed, you can follow the instruction panel step by step, choose a domain name you want, here I chose CAROL.COM and install.- After installed, click Start->Run
  • - Enter dcpromo in the Run window and click OK.
  • - In this new window, follow the instruction panel step by step to install the AD, after finish, restart system is required.- After restarted, you login the server as administrator, you need to configure DNS forward information. Start->Administration Tools->DNS- Right click the server name and choose Properties.
  • - Choose the Forwarders Tab
  • - Enter the real DNS IP here, then click OK and exit.- You can check whether the AD has been setup correctly: Right click Computer- >Properties->Advanced system settings -> Computer Name. In my case, you will find that there is a Domain section, and this domain is what I set just now: CAROL.COM.- You can also check from CMD: Start->Run->CMD->ipconfig /all
  • - You can still find my Domain name here which means I have setup the domain successfully.4. Add domain members to this domain. Start->Administration Tools->Server Manager->Roles->Active Directory Domain Services-> Active Directory
  • Users and Computers->Your Domain Name(Here mine is CAROL.COM) right click this domain name- Choose New->User
  • - Here put your client computer’s domain name, I put client1 for my xp1 and next..- In the same way, I created client2 for my xp2.5. Create a File Server- Start->Administration Tools->Server Manager->Roles->Add Role
  • - Choose File Service and follow the instruction panel to install it. Here I have installed.- Here I named my file server name as File, under C:DfsRoots- Create a file folder under this file server which is located in CAROL.COM too, I named it HRDep(Human Resource Department)
  • - Right click HRDep this file folder, and click Sharing tab, then click Share.
  • - Drag down the triangle and click Find..- Put your client computer’s domain name here, in my case it is client1, then click OK.
  • - Remember to change the ownership of client1, he should be Co-owner.
  • - Click Done to share the folder.
  • - In Security tab, remember to make sure the client1 have full control to this folder.6. Create an OU(Organizational Unit)
  • - Start->Administration Tools->Server Manager->…->Your Domain name(CAROL.COM), right click it, choose New -> Organizational Unit
  • - Enter the name of the unit, here I put HRDep.- Move client1 from Users to HRDep.
  • - Start->Administration Tools->Server Manager->Features->…->Group Policy Object, right click it and choose New.- Here I put HR, then click OK.
  • - Right click HR and choose Edit.
  • - In the new window, choose Desktop which under Folder Redirection.- In Target tab, choose Basic – Redirect everyone’s folder to the same location.
  • - In Root Path, enter the UNC path which contains your servers IP, in my case it is 192.168.214.128HRDep.- In Settings tab, do as above then click OK.- Right click HRDep in Group Policy Management and choose Link an Existing GPO
  • - Here click the GPO we created just now (HR).
  • - Start -> Run and enter gpupdate /force
  • - Above all, the new group policy has been settled down.7. Domain Member Settings- Login to your client computer as administrator, here mine is xp1.
  • - Change IP address as static IP and DNS as windows server’s IP address.
  • - Right click Computer->Properties->Computer Name->Change Belongs to (Your Domain Name, here is CAROL.COM) and my domain name is client1.- Logoff and re-login with domain ID
  • - Here you will find the desktop has been redirected to the server, the icons on the desktop all have a bidirectional arrows.
  • - Now we open the txt file to see:
  • 8. Check whether the file folder redirection is working:- You can find under the HRDep folder which we made in the server side, there is a folder named client1 was created automatically. Under client1 folder, we can see the Desktop folder which contains all Desktop files in client1.- If you want to see the content in Desktop folder, you need to change the permission, otherwise you will be denied to access.
  • - Here we access the file folder of client1 Desktop, we see all the files here are same with the client1 computer.- Let’s see the txt file, there are some unrecognized codes here, because right now, my windows server could not recognize Chinese characters.
  • But the file is the same one with client1 computer, that’s all.