how to install bdc on widnows 2003

March 6, 2009 at 00:54:11
Specs: Windows 2003, 1 gb
Hello. I've a pdc on windows 2003 server where i install active directory and dns services on it. i 've to make bdc . how can i install a bdc on windows 2003 server and how it works.

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#1
March 6, 2009 at 05:46:17
Sorry man but you've got it all wrong. PDC and BDC are Windows NT 4.0 (and earlier) nomenclature.

In an Active Directory environment there is no "PDC/BDC"

I think what you want is a redundant DC (domain controller). If you research "redundant DC" or "make a second DC redundant" in microsoft's knowledge base, or on google, you should find plenty of information.


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#2
March 6, 2009 at 21:47:51
thx Curt R :
as you said i search on google and it makes my view clear alot . thank you very much for your nice advice. Can you still help me how to configure isa server 2004 EE for nlb. i've 2 nic with ip addresses 192.168.0.2 nd 192.168.0.50 and two dsl connection how can i use both of them nd i've a pool of public ip how can i assign those ip's to my one for ftp server and other for remote access solution. awating your positive and prompt reply.
regards,
Tanvir Hassan

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#3
March 7, 2009 at 05:43:15
Can you still help me how to configure isa server 2004 EE for nlb.

Unfortunately, I've never played with ISA much so I won't be able to help you with that.

and two dsl connection how can i use both of them

If you mean use them together to double your bandwidth or to have redundancy, you'd have to look into a router that's made to work with dual external connections.


i've a pool of public ip how can i assign those ip's to my one for ftp server and other for remote access solution.

You would statically assign the IP on the appropriate server. You do know how to do that don't you? Right click on "My Network Places" and select "Properties" from the menu that comes up. In the window that opens, right click on the appropriate interface and select "Properties" again. In the window that opens, scroll down to the "TCP/IP" and open it and that is where you configure your IP information.


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