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Windows Server 2019 Administration Fundamentals - Second Edition

By : Bekim Dauti
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Windows Server 2019 Administration Fundamentals - Second Edition

By: Bekim Dauti

Overview of this book

Windows Server 2019 is the server operating system introduced by Microsoft as part of the Windows NT family of operating systems, developed concurrently with Windows 10. This book will not only get you started with Windows Server 2019, but will also help you prepare for the MTA 98-365 exam. With step-by-step instructions and easy-to-understand graphics, you will become well-versed with the roles, features, and functions of Windows Server 2019. Starting with the installation process, upgrades, and basic configuration, you will move on to explore roles and features such as Active Directory, Hyper-V, remote access, storage, and printers. The book then takes you through maintenance and troubleshooting tasks to guide you in efficiently managing Windows Server 2019. In addition, it covers Windows Server 2019 best practices using real-world examples. Complete with questionnaires, and detailed answers at the end of the book, you can test your understanding of the concepts covered in each chapter. By the end of this book, you will be equipped with the knowledge you need to troubleshoot, update, and maintain servers so as to ensure business continuity.
Table of Contents (21 chapters)
Title Page
Dedication
Foreword

Chapter 8: Virtualization with Windows Server 2019

  1. True.
  2. Hyper-V architecture.
  3. Fully Virtualized mode, and Paravirtualized mode.
  4. True.
  5. Virtualization Service Providers (VSP) and Virtualization Service Consumers (VSC).
  6. Production Checkpoints and Standard Checkpoints.
  7. True.
  8. Hyper-V Manager.
  9. Hypervisor and Root.
  1. The nested virtualization refers to a virtual machine (VM) that runs inside another VM. In other words, the server's hardware can run the Hyper-V inside a VM, which itself runs on a Hyper-V too.
  2. Nowadays, when virtualization has become the major network service driver, organizations are migrating their Active Directory Users and Computers (P2V) for reasons such as cost, ease of management, and future expansion. Hence, knowing that VMs are using VHDs, Microsoft engineers have developed the Disk2vhd app to make the Physical Disk Drive (PHD) conversion to the Virtual Hard Disk (VHD). 
  3. Despite the reasons that may stand behind the decision to do Virtual to Physical (V2P) conversion, it is good to remind ourselves, in the technological era that we live in, that the trend is for Physical to Virtual (P2V) conversion. Other than that, it can be said that the hypervisor manufacturers, including Microsoft, will not encourage you to conduct V2P conversions.