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In-place upgrades

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Server 2008 R2 Datacenter with SP12012 R2 Datacenter
Server 2008 R2 Enterprise with SP12012 R2 Standard or Datacenter
Server 2008 R2 Standard with SP12012 R2 Standard or Datacenter
Web Server 2008 R2 with SP12012 R2 Standard
Server 2012 Datacenter2012 R2 Datacenter
Server 2012 Standard2012 R2 Standard or Datacenter
Hyper-V Server 20122012 Hyper-V R2
Storage Server 2012 Standard2012 Storage Server R2 Standard
Storage Server 2012 Workgroup2012 Storage Server R2 Workgroup
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GPOs

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Central Store
Starter GPOs
GPO Links
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AD structure

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DomainA first domain is required to do anything in AD. (example: Nuggetlab.com)
TreeIf you add new branches, you can add these to the first domain, these are child domains, these domains together are a tree. Example (NY.Nuggetlab.com)
ForestThe totality of the domain.
TrustIn order for 2 domains to be able to talk to each other, they need to have a trust.
FederationWhen both domains want to be able to access everything from each other, they create a federation.
UsersObvious, allows you to login to the domain & access resources
GroupsCan also be granted permissions based on your group user rights.
ComputersThese computers can also be organized by groups, OU’s etc.
Organizational UnitsLike a “folder” but are used as a sorting tool, it helps to divide our users & computers by for example Department, Titles, etc, etc…
Sites, Site linksSame domains in 2 different locations(sites), but the domain controllers are for the exact same domain, then we will create site links to show which locations should be able to communicate with one another.
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GPO order

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1Local
2Site
3Domain
4OU
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Group nesting

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Domain local group can containUser accounts and universal and global groups from any trusted domain. Domain local groups from the same domain.
Global group can containUser accounts and global groups from the same domain.
Universal group can containUser accounts and universal and global groups from any domain.
Domain local group can be a member ofDomain local groups in the same domain.
Global group can be a member ofUniversal and domain local groups in any domain. Global groups in the same domain.
Universal groupUniversal or domain local groups in any domain.
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Group conversion

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Domain local -> UniversalYes
Domain local -> GlobalNo
Global -> UniversalYes
Global -> Domain localNo
Universal -> GlobalYes
Universal -> Domain localYes
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Multiple Local Group Policy objects (MLGPO)

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Local Group PolicyThis is the only policy that you can use to configure computer settings (although you can also configure user settings). This policy is applied first.
Local Computer\Administrators policyThis policy is applied to users in the local Administrators group. You can only specify user settings in this policy. This policy applies second.
Local Computer\Non-Administrators policyThis policy is applied to all local users that are not members of the local Administrators group. You can only specify user settings in this policy. This policy applies last.
Local Computer\<user> policyThis policy only applies to a single user.
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Applocker defaults

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Executable files located in the Program Files folderEveryone
Executable files located in the Windows folderEveryone
All executable files regardless of locationLocal Administrators group
All digitally signed Windows Installer filesEveryone
All Windows Installer files in the %systemdrive%\Windows\Installer folderEveryone
All Windows installer files regardless of locationLocal Administrators group
Scripts located in the Program Files folderEveryone
Scripts located in the Windows folderEveryone
All scripts regardless of locationLocal Administrators group
All signed packaged appsEveryone
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Volumes

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Simple volumeuses only one disk or a portion of a disk.
Spanned volumea simple volume that spans multiple disks, with a maximum of 32. Use a spanned volume if the volume needs are too great for a single disk.
Striped volumestores data in stripes across two or more disks. A striped volume gives you fast access to data but is not fault tolerant, nor can it be extended or mirrored. If one disk in the striped set fails, the entire volume fails.
Mirrored volumeduplicates data across two disks. This type of volume is fault tolerant because if one drive fails, the data on the other disk is unaffected.
RAID-5 volumestores data in stripes across three or more disks. This type of volume is fault tolerant because if a drive fails, the data can be re-created from the parity off of the remaining disk drives. Operating system files and boot files cannot reside on the RAID-5 disks.
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IPv6

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Global unicastGlobally routable Internet addresses that are equivalent to the public IPv4 addresses
Link-local unicastNonroutable addresses used for communication between neighboring nodes on the same subnet. These addresses are assigned automatically when you configure automatic addressing in the absence of a DHCP server
Unique local IPv6 unicastProvide addresses that are private to an organization but unique across all the organization’s sites
MulticastMultiple interfaces to which packets are delivered to all network interfaces identified by the address
AnycastOnly utilized as destination addresses assigned to routers
fe80::/64Link-local unicast
fe00::/7Unique local IPv6 unicast
FfMulticast
2000::/3Global unicast
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Applocker file types

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.exeExecutable
.comExecutable
.ocxDLL
.dllDLL
.vbsScript
.jsScript
.ps1Script
.cmdScript
.batScript
.msiWindows Installer
.mstWindows Installer
.mspWindows Installer
.appxPackaged app installer
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Security groupManage user and computer access to shared resources. Can also control who receives group policy settings.
Distribution groupSolely used for email lists.
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