For this series of four Blogcast recordings, I've reproduced a demonstration I did for a Technet Evening Session entitled "The New Features of Windows Server 2003" a few days ago. The particular feature is called "Install from Media", and is useful when you need to install a Domain Controller in a Branch Office or remote site, but have limited bandwidth for connectivity. If you were to install a domain controller in the normal manner, and allow AD/FRS replication occur, it could significantly impact your network pulling across gigabytes of data over a small link.
There is further information on this topic on the Microsoft Knowledge-Base and Daniel Petri also has an excellent write-up about this on his site (plus a stack of other useful info).
They say a picture speaks a thousand words, so how many words does a recording with pictures and words speak? Please let me have your feedback about these style of recordings - whether you love them, loath them or neutral? What else would you like to see recordings of?
Edited by John on 3rd Nov 2005 - Rehosted WMV files.
As i'm new to Windows server 2003, i found your blogcast interesting and informative, not too taxing!
There must be an endless source of topics for you to continue blogcasting: share/ntfs permissions, GPO creating and deployment and of interest to me, migrationg fom NDS.
Thanks for the kind words, Ed. I have a list a mile long of possible topics - it comes down to time though :-)
As for NDS migration, I think I know just the man.... Over to you then Mike (http://blogs.msdn.com/michael_platt)