As promised here is part 2 of my Windows Server 2003 R2 Blogcast Series. In part 1 I went through an upgrade from SP1 to R2 and explained what that looks like. In this session I discuss what components get installed and go through what this looks like in Add/Remove programs. In the second part of the session I'm going to add the Printer Management capability through the Manage your Server Component and show the change it makes to the Active Directory.
So click on the picture below to view the blogcast!
As a complement to the blogcast please refer to the following table about where components are now located within Add/remove programs in R2.
Active Directory Services
Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM)
Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
ADFS Web Services Agents
Windows NT token-based applications
Federation Service Proxy
Identity Management for UNIX
Server For NIS
Distributed File System
DFS Replication Service
Management and Monitoring Tools
File Server Resource Manager
Print Management Console Component
Storage Manager for SANs
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
Other Network File and Print Services
Common Log File System
Microsoft Services for NFS
Client for NFS
Microsoft Services for NFS Administration
RPC External Data Representation
RPC Port Mapper
Server for NFS
Server For NFS Authentication
User Name Mapping
Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
Windows SharePoint Services
In Part 3 which I will post early next week I'm going to cover the Integrated Branch Office capabilities that are now in R2. Look out for that one!
Enjoy!PS: Sorry about the messenger windows popping up. I forgot to logout of messenger before recording and didn't get time to re record!
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