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    • What's in Windows® Server 2008 R2 for IT Administrators: A Technical Overview Part 1
      Presenter name
      Title
      date
    • Agenda
      Windows Server 2008 R2 Overview
      Best Practice Analyzers
      Active Directory® Improvements
      WindowsPowerShell™ 2.0
      Power Management Improvements
      Group Policy Improvements
      File Classification Infrastructure
    • Technology Investment Areas
      Web
      Virtualization
      Management
      • Hyper-V™ 2.0
      • Live migration
      • Remote Desktop Services
      • Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 and integrated extensions .NET on Server Core
      • Configuration tracing
      • Service-oriented architecture
      • Power management
      • Active Directory
      • Administrative Center
      • Windows PowerShell 2.0
      • Best Practices Analyzer
      Solid Foundation for Enterprise Workloads
      Better Together with Windows 7
      Scalability
      • DirectAccess
      • BranchCache™
      • AppLocker™
      • Enhanced Group Policies
      • BitLocker™ on removable drives
      >64 Core support
      componentization
    • Best Practices Analyzer
      New Feature in Windows Server 2008 R2
      • Goal is to reduce troubleshooting by helping proactively manage servers to best practice configurations
      Best Practices Analyzer Process
      • Community, support people, field teams, and customers provide feedback, which the product teams use to create BPA models
      Built into Server Manager
      • BPA is discoverable, easy to use, and provides on-demand analysis and reporting of actual versus best practice configurations
      Full Command-Line Support
      • Run from the command-line through Windows PowerShell, in addition to running from the UI
      Configurations Covered
      • Active Directory® Certification Services, Active Directory Directory Services, DNS, Remote Desktop Services, & Web Server (Internet Information Services)
    • Best Practices Analyzer
      XML
      Schema
      AD DS BPA Scans Verify
      • DNS rules
      • Operation master connectivity rules
      • Operation master ownership rules
      • Number of controllers in the domain
      • Required services rules
      • Replication configurations rules
      • W32time configuration rules
      • Virtual machine configuration rules
      BPA Run
      Time
      1
      2
      3
      AD DS BPA
      Windows PowerShell
      Script
      XML
      Document
      AD DS BPA Report
      AD DS BPA Rules Set
      BPA Run Time
      BPA
      Run Time
      AD DS BPA Guidance
    • Best Practices Analyzer
      XML
      Schema
      AD DS BPA Scans Verify
      • DNS rules
      • Operation master connectivity rules
      • Operation master ownership rules
      • Number of controllers in the domain
      • Required services rules
      • Replication configurations rules
      • W32time configuration rules
      • Virtual machine configuration rules
      BPA Run
      Time
      1
      2
      3
      AD DS BPA
      Windows PowerShell
      Script
      XML
      Document
      AD DS BPA Report
      AD DS BPA Rules Set
      BPA Run Time
      BPA
      Run Time
      AD DS BPA Guidance
    • Best Practices Analyzers
      A Tour
      demo
    • What’s New In Active Directory
      Key additions:
      Active Directory Administrative Center
      Managed Service Accounts
      Offline Domain Join
      Recycle Bin for AD
      Other administrative additions:
      Windows PowerShell cmdlets
      Best Practices Analyzer
      Active Directory Web Services
      Authentication Assurance
    • Recycle Bin for AD Object Life Cycle
      No Recycle Bin Feature
      Delete
      Delete
      Tombstone Object
      Garbage
      Collection
      Recycled
      Object
      Garbage
      Collection
      Live
      Object
      Live
      Object
      With Recycle Bin Feature
      Tombstone
      Lifetime 180 Days
      Deleted Object
      Lifetime 180 Days
      Tombstone
      Lifetime 180 Days
      Auth Restore
      Undelete
      Deleted
      Object
    • Notes: Recycle Bin Considerations
      Where’s the UI?
      What’s the impact on DIT size?
      Anticipate growth of 5-10% when new DC is installed
      Subsequent growth depends on size and frequency of object deletions
      Deleted Object Lifetime (DOL)
      DOL = TSL = 180 days (by default)
      Both can be modified independently
      Attributes: msDS-deletedObjectLifetime, tombstoneLifetime
      How does this affect my back up strategy?
      Backups remain valid for the lesser of DOL or TSL
      How do I permanently delete an object?
      Delete the object from the Deleted Objects container
      Get-ADObject –Filter {} –IncludeDeletedObjects | Remove-ADObject
    • Active Directory Domain Services
      Sections can be added
      Task-based interface enables you to quickly get to the properties that you want to set for the account
    • AD Administrative Center
      A Tour
      demo
    • Windows PowerShell Management
      Processes
      Event Viewer
      Services
      • Clear-EventLog
      • Get-EventLog
      • Limit-EventLog
      • New-EventLog
      • Remove-EventLog
      • Show-EventLog
      • Write-EventLog
      • Get-Service
      • New-Service
      • Restart-Service
      • Resume-Service
      • Set-Service
      • Start-Service
      • Stop-Service
      • Suspend-Service
      • Debug-Process
      • Get-Process
      • Start-Process
      • Stop-Process
      • Wait-Service
      Available with Windows Server 2008 R2
      • Active Directory
      • Active Directory Rights Management Services
      • AppLocker
      • Background Intelligent Transfer Service
      • Best Practices Analyzer
      • Failover clustering
      • Group Policy
      • Internet Information Services
      • Network load balancing
      • Remote Desktop Services
      • Server Manager
      • Server migration
      • Windows® Diagnostics
    • Windows PowerShell™ Management (Notes)
      Processes
      Event Viewer
      Services
      • Clear-EventLog
      • Get-EventLog
      • Limit-EventLog
      • New-EventLog
      • Remove-EventLog
      • Show-EventLog
      • Write-EventLog
      • Get-Service
      • New-Service
      • Restart-Service
      • Resume-Service
      • Set-Service
      • Start-Service
      • Stop-Service
      • Suspend-Service
      • Debug-Process
      • Get-Process
      • Start-Process
      • Stop-Process
      • Wait-Service
      Available with Windows® Server 2008 R2
      • Active Directory®
      • Active Directory Rights Management Services
      • AppLocker™
      • Background Intelligent Transfer Service
      • Best Practices Analyzer
      • Failover clustering
      • Group Policy
      • Internet Information Services
      • Network load balancing
      • Remote Desktop Services
      • Server Manager
      • Server migration
      • Windows Diagnostics
    • Windows PowerShell 2.0
      Improved Command-Line Shell & Scripting Language
      Integration
      New Features
      • Improves productivity and control
      • Accelerates automation of system admin
      • Easy to use
      • Works with model
      • Active DirectoryAdministration Center
      • Internet Information Services
      • Power Management
      • One-to-many Remote Management using WS-MGMT
      • Graphical PowerShell
      • Improved security
      • Portability
      • New cmdlets
      • Remote execution capability
    • Windows PowerShell 2.0
      Improved Command-Line Shell & Scripting Language
      Integration
      New Features
      • Improves productivity and control
      • Accelerates automation of system admin
      • Easy to use
      • Works with model
      • Active DirectoryAdministration Center
      • Internet Information Services
      • Power Management
      • One-to-many Remote Management using WS-MGMT
      • Graphical PowerShell
      • Improved security
      • Portability
      • New cmdlets
      • Remote execution capability
    • Windows PowerShell
      A Tour
      demo
    • Quad Core Processor
      Enhancing Power Management
      Core 1 Active
      Core 3 Inactive
      Core 3 Active
      Core 4 Inactive
      Core 2 Inactive
      Core 2 Active
      Core 4 Active
      ©2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
    • Quad Core Processor
      Enhancing Power Management (Notes)
      Core 1 Active
      Core 3 Inactive
      Core 3 Active
      Core 4 Inactive
      Core 2 Inactive
      Core 2 Active
      Core 4 Active
      ©2009 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
    • Core Parking
      Overview
      Scheduling processes on a single server for density as opposed to dispersion
      This allows “park/sleep” cores by putting them in deep C states
      Benefits
      Enhances Green IT by reducing CPU power consumption
    • Group Policy PowerShell
      PowerShell Scripting inside GP
      Extend current reach of GP Script Extension to include PowerShell for logon/logoff, startup/shutdown scripts
      PowerShell cmdlets for GPMC operations
      Full lifecycle: create, link, configure, rename, backup, copy, remove
      Enables interesting new scenarios for customers
      PowerShell cmdlets that write and read registry settings to GPO(s)
      Values can be written to either Policy or Preferences
      Settings can accept more value types
    • Group Policy Starter GPOs
      Easy experience right from the start
      Starting off point to speed up the creation of GPOs
      Embody best practices that map to Microsoft Security Guide
      Eight existing:
      User and computer case
      Available for Windows Vista and Windows XP SP2
      Enterprise Client (EC) and Specialized Security Limited Functionality (SSLF)
      Ships in-box with Windows 7
    • Better Targeting
      ITM Level Targeting
      • Not GPO level
      Robust Targeting
      • 29 Types
      • Boolean Logic (and, or, not) collections
      Intuitive UI
      • No need to learn query languages
    • Customer ChallengesCost and Risk
      Security Data & Leakage Protection
      Storage Growth
      Compliance
      Storage Cost
      Increasing data management needs / many data management products
      HSM
      Archives
      Security
      Backup
      Encryption
      Replication
      Expiration
    • Results of Storage Complexity
      • Lack of insight into your data means that you cannot manage your costs and risks
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 FCI
      • Classify Data
      • Automatically apply policies according to classification
      Classify
      Manage
      Report
      Extend (Partners)
    • File Classification Can Help
      Business Needs
      IT Complexity
      • Need per-project share
      Personal
      Information Secrecy
      • Ensure that business-secret files do not leak out
      • Back up files with personal information to encrypted store
    • FCI Features
      Out-of-the-box, end-to-end scenarios
      Extensible infrastructure and partner ecosystem
      Integration with Windows® SharePoint®
      • Set classification properties API for external Applications
      • Get classification properties API for external Applications
      Store Classification
      Properties
      Extract Classification
      Properties
      Apply Policy based on Classification
      Discover Data
      Classify
      Data
      FCI Extensibility Points
    • Learn More About Windows Server 2008 R2
      Technical Resources
      Community Resources
      Get Hands on Training
      • The New Efficiency Virtual Launch Experience www.thenewefficiency.com
      • Windows Server 2008 R2 evaluation www.microsoft.com/ws08eval
      • Windows Server TechCenterhttp://technet.microsoft.com/windowsserver
      • Windows Server Division blog http://blogs.technet.com/windowsserver/
      • Windows Virtualization Team blog http://blogs.technet.com/virtualization/
      • Windows Server forums http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/windowsserver
      • Training Offers—Exclusive for Launch Attendees www.microsoft.com/learning/careeroffers
      • Windows Server 2008 Learning Resources www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/en/us/learning.aspx
    • © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
      The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.