Đơn giản chỉ cần chèn lệnh của bạn trong một tập tin văn bản. Kịch bản được đặc biệt hữu ích khi bạn đang dàn máy chủ hoặc các kỹ thuật cài đặt tự động hoặc đĩa hình ảnh. Trong trường hợp này, bạn cũng sẽ muốn để đăng nhập tất cả các lỗi. Để làm như vậy, sử dụng lệnh sau đây: | Simpo PDF IVfergfee ar7d SpSiitgUnregiSteke tlvVeksfern v-i hitpl fwwrsiimpopdíỉcohh Member Servers j Services GlcLd ft Axkdfcn ---Server GPO Gfcbd a -1-1- - I - -uxccracri GFO GlobdRle end hint GFO ft Gkbd ft Ermnci Server GPD GUxJ Hrtskudure . Possible . Segregation . J . CMS Streaming DHCP Media WINS C-TE-. . .Exchange . SPS Services ơ RIS MOM SMS ISA No delegation managed Includes Domain Local by Domain Administrators ana Universal groups and Special permissions Figure 7-8 The Services OU structure QUICK TIP An additional GPO was prepared in this chapter the Intranet Domain GPO. It is applied at the domain level and includes global printer and other service settings. Considerations for the Migration of Services to the Parallel Network Remember when you migrate services from your existing network to the parallel network you must perform a server rotation. Thus when you select a service to migrate you should prepare the new servers first and ensure that you have a fallback solution in case of service failure. Ideally you will be 4rtpo VpDFo MeẾgevarn c2 spíit U Pirfe dfistered vers io nt P tTttps WwW. 8iim able to migrate a service stabilize the servers and then proceed to client migration. For client migration you will need to migrate their PCs to Windows XP in order to fully profit from the new services infrastructure. As you migrate PCs you will need to move users to the new service and monitor service performance. It will usually take one to two months of operation before services are fully stabilized. Afterwards you will want to monitor services for growth potential. The order you migrate services in will vary with your needs but you might consider the following order for service migration Network Infrastructure Begin with the migration of DHCP and WINS because no special client is required for computers to use these services. They work with all versions of Windows. Next create the RIS Servers because they are required to build servers and PCs. .