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Setting Up a Server in 30 Minutes or Less

  • Charles S. EdgeJr
  • Chris Barker
  • Ehren Schwiebert

Abstract

The goal of this chapter is to walk you through the steps required to get your Snow Leopard server up and running as a basic fileserver in less than 30 minutes. For many organizations, this is the primary function and the first task assigned to a server installed on their premises. However, over time, most businesses will want to use more features than just a fileserver, so this chapter will ensure that, while accomplishing the primary task of creating a filesystem, you will be able to use other features in the future without having to start over. In the process of going through this chapter, we will touch upon many subjects that are addressed in more depth in other chapters of the book; however, we have found that it is best to provide a context for these services first before presenting the more technical and abstract components of them.

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Installation Process Reverse Zone Office Network Share Point Server Setup 
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© Charles Edge, Chris Barker, Ehren Schwiebert 2010

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  • Charles S. EdgeJr
  • Chris Barker
  • Ehren Schwiebert

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