Win2000 installation and server configuration (on)


Using windowsNT to set up a LAN, the method has long been mastered by many people. But to establish a network with Windows2000 as the operating system, only found that the Microsoft website has a detailed operation process in English, and did not see the corresponding Chinese materials. With the popularity of the network, the price of the server has dropped, and the "threshold" used has become lower and lower. During this period, there must be many friends: both the server configuration management task and the English data cannot be read. In view of this, I have compiled the following installation guide based on the English description and my own application experience. For various reasons, this is still based on the English version of windows2000 Sever, but since our purpose is to know a comprehensive and complete example, and then give a different view, this difference does not affect our grasp of the essence of this technology. . Having said that, due to my own limitations and the ever-changing actual environment, please feel free to enlighten me.

Windows 2000 is divided into professional and server versions. This article will cover both versions. It also describes the operation of configuring a domain controller.

 one, requirements for hardware-based network system windows2000

Item number Description

. 1
claim Server to run windows2000

workstation based on the needs and requirements set
run windows2000 server

network Hub (s)
given according to the needs of the private network

based remote access hardware may be required for testing

may be based on the needs

optional backup device
< BR> RS-232


optionally protected server

optional printer to print the test
L configuration information


1. For the server, Microsoft recommends using Intel-based processor, at least 64M memory, and then bigger and better. Hard disk storage space can be determined based on server workload. Microsoft also provides a way to calculate the hard disk space required by the server. In addition, the server must be equipped with a higher speed network card.

                                            User. Microsoft recommends that workstations also use Intel-based microprocessors, at least 32M and memory and enough hard disk space to use the Windows 2000 Professional operating system.

3. The HUB port is sufficient and the relevant network hardware devices are available.

4. You can use the Routing and Remote Access service to change or configure the remote user environment to support dial-up and modem.

  5. I hope to learn more about the hardware requirements of windows2000 can be accessed: Windows 2000 Product Compatibility

  6. Server name convention: Project
Convention name

computer name

table nn is a number greater than 02.

 Second, the server configuration:

 1. schematic configuration:


 2. Disk Configuration Server :

This article only introduces a single server to establish a Windows 2000-based network. In this case, the server can use two disk configuration schemes:

A. Use two independent Physical hard drive.

B. Use only one physical hard disk, but divide the hard disk into two partitions.

There is no difference in performance between the two solutions. As for what you use, it depends on your meaning. However, be aware that if you want to build a network with more than one server. Hard disk configuration is another matter, but this kind of situation is not discussed in this article. When you need it, refer to the installation instructions!

On the first hard disk or partition, you can store the installation files of windows2000, or establish the source files or applications that the network must use.

Another hard disk or partition is used to install the operating system.

The capacity of each partition should be more than a few G, partitioning and formatting must use NTFS system. As for the steps of creating NTFS file partitioning and formatting, it is a very common operation. Some parts are mentioned below. For complete introduction, please refer to the relevant information.

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