Friday, August 3, 2012

Windows Server 2008 R2 Best Practices Analyzers

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Best Practices for Managing Windows Server 2008 R2

Managing server seems to be one of the toughest job in the world. After searching lot I am unable to find any source that can provide comprehensive information on all server issues. Eventually finding several of informative sources I got enough information on server management. 
Here I am going to discuss about Windows Server 2008 R2 Best Practices Analyzers. 

This is the great enhance quick look at Window Server 2008 R2. This is not new we have the Best Practices Analyzers for years around us. We can free download from internet.  The tools always been designed to help you find errors give you general recommendation to solve the problem.

If you never heard about the server you have several question like: What I do to make it up, How do i configure, How do I work with this. Best Practices Analyzers help you to how you can improve your work.
In Windows management, best practices are guidelines that are considered the ideal way, under typical circumstances, to configure a server as defined by experts. For example, it is considered a best practice for most server technologies to keep open only those ports required for the technologies to communicate with other networked computers, and block unused ports. Although best practice violations, even crucial ones, are not necessarily problematic, they indicate server configurations that can result in poor performance, poor reliability, unexpected conflicts, increased security risks, or other potential problems. 

There are some information provided by Microsoft:
Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) is a server management tool that is available in Windows Server® 2008 R2. BPA can help administrators reduce best practice violations by scanning one or more roles that are installed on Windows Server 2008 R2, and reporting best practice violations to the administrator. Administrators can filter or exclude results from BPA reports that they do not have to see. Administrators can also perform BPA tasks by using either the Server Manager GUI, or Windows PowerShell cmdlets.

BPA can also be used on remote servers that are running Windows Server 2008 R2, by using Server Manager targeted at a remote server. For more information about how to run Server Manager targeted at a remote server, see Remote Management with Server Manager. 

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