WINDOWS SERVER 2016 – VPN SERVER Configuration Part 2

WINDOWS SERVER 2016 – VPN SERVER Configuration Part 2

After installation, if you haven’t installed VPN server read this post, you need to configure it. In Server Manager you will see a yellow triangle on notifications. Click there. Click Post-deployment Configuration / Open the Getting Started Wizard. Click Deploy VPN only When the Routing and Remote Access consile open, right-click the server and click Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access Click Next. Select Remote access (Dial-up or VPN) and click Next Select VPN and click Next Now select the NIC that connects to the internet and click Next…

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Windows Server 2016 – NAT Configuration

Windows Server 2016 – NAT Configuration

Open Routing and Remote Access control. Expand the server, then the IPv4 and click on NAT. Right-click a NIC and click Properties There are 3 tabs, NAT, Address Pool and Services and Ports. NAT Here you can make a NIC private or public to the internet. You can also enable NAT to this interface. Address Pool Here you can assign a range of public IPv4 addresses. Reservations assigns specific IPv4 addresses to be used by a specific client. Services and Ports Here you can enable or disable services that the…

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Windows Server 2016 – DHCP export and import configuration/lease data

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Open PowerShell. Export add -Lease to export the leases add -ScopeId to export from specific scope Import add -Lease to import the leases add -ScopeId to import for specific scope More information here and here. Windows Server 2016 – DHCP export and import configuration/lease data

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Windows Server 2016 – DHCP Server Installation and post-deployment Configuration

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To install DHCP role to the server you need to have: a static IP address, the OS is Windows Server 2016 / Core, and and administrative account. Open Server Manager, click Manage and then select the first one Add Roles and Features. Click Next 3 times if you install DHCP server at the local server. Select DHCP Server Click Add Features and then Next 3 times. Click Finish! You can install DHCP role with PowerShell add-windowsFeature DHCP -IncludeManagementTools After installation, you need to configure the DHCP server. You will the…

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Windows Server 2016 – Replicate a VM, configuration

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Open Hyper-V Manager, right-click a VM you want to replicate and select Enable Replication Click Next. Type the name of the replica server or click Browse. Click Next Choose the Authentication type and click Next Choose the VHD to replicate and Next. Then choose the replication frequency and click Next. Configure additional recover points and Next again. Select the replication method and schedule the initial replication. When finished click Finish And here is a screenshot from the Replica Server! nanoServ VM has been already replicated. Windows Server 2016 – Replicate…

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