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am trying to design a network using Windows Server 2003 Active Directory

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I am trying to design a network using Windows Server 2003 Active Directory infrastructure for the following company(below) and I was wondering if there was some sort of walk through available to help me throughout the design process, any suggestions will be welcomed.

The company Technical Computing has acquired a set of new offices with the option of taking over more at a future date. The company has been established as a private tuition organization (one to one at private residences) for a number of years, but has decided to set up a permanent training establishment for small group courses, one to one tuition, etc. Trainers are required to train “on site” and a portable resolution must be considered and thought out.

The company is setting up a website in order to promote themselves. This will require the installation and configuration of a Web Server.

In order to cope with the number of students signing up for the courses, the company is also setting up a specific server to handle the database of all the students and staff. This too will have to be installed and configured.

To begin with the company will be enrolling 30 students. There will be 5 members of staff, 2 technicians, and 1 receptionist. As mentioned above, there must be room for expansion.

Everyone will need access to the network to a varying degree.

All of the hardware is brand new, and must be chosen to suit the needs of the individuals. You will therefore have to configure machines for student use, staff use, and technicians’ use, as well as for the servers.
Apr 16 '07 #1
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I am trying to set up a network from scratch (Physical, Logically) using windows server 2003 infrastructure
Apr 16 '07 #2

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I see that you have already posted in the Networking Forum and posted here twice.

Cross forum posting is OK, to a degree. Double posting in a forum is a no-no.
Here are out Posting Guidelines to help you out.

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Apr 16 '07 #3

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