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Windows Server 2003 is a server operating system produced by Microsoft. Introduced as the successor to Windows 2000 Server, it is considered by Microsoft to be the cornerstone of its Windows Server System line of business server product.

Configuring Windows Server 2003 DNS on existing DNS Infrastructure. There is a simple step by step procedure to install. This article will tells you how to configure a new Windows Server 2003 Domain Name Services (DNS) server in an existing DNS server environment.
Windows Server 2003 has many features and now I am sharing one of common feature that how to configure DNS on Windows Server 2003. Here is the step by step detailed procedure of how to configure windows server 2003 DNS.
Managing Network Infrastructure: With the release of Windows Server 2003, Microsoft has enhanced network protocols to broaden capabilities of servers running the network operating system. The Windows Server 2003 family offers numerous improvements
Plan a TCP/IP network infrastructure strategy In order to run TCP/IP, you must have, at minimum, an IP address and a subnet mask. In order to communicate over a router, you must also have a default gateway address. The default gateway address is the address of the router than will route your packets out of your local subnetwork
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) router discovery uses ICMP messages to discover the default gateway on a network segment if it is not configured or given by the DHCP Server. ICMP router discovery uses two messages to discover the gateway.
IP address consists of a Network and Host ID. Network ID - This is the part of the IP Address that is common on all peripherals and computers on the network
Plan and modify a network topology: Plan the physical placement of network resources Microsoft recommends you use three tiers to design the network layout. The three tiers are listed below
Plan security for servers that are assigned specific roles As we will see, planning security for servers assigned the domain controller role is straightforward. Security is automatically applied when you promote a server to domain controller by the Configure Your Server Wizard and by the placement of the computer object in the Domain Controllers container in the domain, where security settings have already been applied to the Default Domain Controller Polic
Here are top 16 Windows Server 2003 Server Roles & Server Security Questions and answers with detail review.
Troubleshoot Routing and Remote Access Routing 7.3.1 Troubleshoot Demand-dial Routing As mentioned before, the dial-up method is the good old stand by. Typically, you will either use POTS (plain old telephone service)/PSTN (public switched telephone service) modem or an ISDN adapter for point-to-point dial-up connections. This is the same method you use if you connect to the Internet using a modem and, depending on the DSL service, can be the method used there as well.