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WindowsTom

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  1. Hi, I have done a search on this matter to seek help but couldn't really find anything What I am looking for is help to set up a fully functioning server with a reliable group policy that could be implemented in a school I know the very basic of setting up the AD, DNS, DHCP. I have got this far and added a user that can successfully log in. What I would now want to know is what are the best practices to set up group policies etc Could someone put together a basic step by step of what to do. I'm not really asking for details otherwise people will be here all day and night. Just a simple AD, DNS, DHCP, Group Policies, etc and so forth Not really sure what else to add as I am fairly new to network etc and I am really wanting to learn more! Would it be easier to create different group policies such as a student one, teacher one, and so forth? Kind regards Tom
  2. Hi, I am currently in the process of setting up a server at home, for educational purposes as I wish to pursue a future career into the IT sector when I finish my College Diploma in IT. I have setup a domain on Windows Server 2008 R2. Also I have set up a remote desktop service that allows workstations to remotely connect to the server. o Although this is not neccesary, I am purely doing this for education purposes. I would now like to achieve the opposite. So I would like to be able to log into a user/onto a computer which is connected to my domain/server The reason for this is because I want to be able to easily see the results on my PC connected to my domain, without having to get up and go to the computer itself. Lazy I know, but once again for education purposes. If anyone could help it would be muchly appreciated
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