Posts Tagged ‘Bitlocker’

.NET Framework 3.0

 

Provides .NET Framework 3.0 APIs for application development. Additional sub features include .NET Framework 3.0 Features, XPS Viewer, and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Activation Components.

 

Bit Locker Drive Encryption

 

Provides hardware-based security to protect data through full-volume encryption that prevents disk tampering while the operating system is offline. Computers that have Trusted Platform Module (TPM) can use BitLocker Drive Encryption in Startup Key or TPM-only mode. Both modes provide early integrity validation.

 

Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) Server Extensions

 

Provides intelligent background transfers. When this feature is installed, the server can act as a BITS server that can receive file uploads by clients. This feature isn’t necessary for downloads to clients using BITS.

 

Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK)

 

Provides functionality for generating Connection Manager Profiles.

 

Desktop Experience

 

Provides additional Windows Vista desktop functionality on the server. Windows Vista features added include Windows Media Player, desktop themes, and Windows Photo Gallery. Although these features allow a server to be used like a desktop computer, they can reduce the server’s overall performance.

 

Failover Clustering

 

Provides clustering functionality that allows multiple servers to work together to provide high availability for services and applications. Many types of services can be clustered, including file and print services. Messaging and database servers are ideal candidates for clustering.

 

Group Policy Management

 

Installs the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC), which provides centralized administration of Group Policy.

 

Internet Printing Client

 

Provides functionality that allows clients to use HTTP to connect to printers on Web print servers.

 

Internet Storage Name Server (iSNS)

 

Provides management and server functions for Internet SCSI (iSCSI) devices, allowing the server to process registration requests, de-registration requests, and queries from iSCSI devices.

 

Line Printer Remote (LPR) Port Monitor

 

Installs the LPR Port Monitor, which allows printing to devices attached to UNIX-based computers.

 

Message Queuing

 

Provides management and server functions for distributed message queuing. A group of related sub features is available as well.

 

Multipath I/O (MPIO)

 

Provides functionality necessary for using multiple data paths to a storage device.

 

Network Load Balancing (NLB)

 

NLB provides failover support and load balancing for IP-based applications and services by distributing incoming application requests among a group of participating servers. Web servers are ideal candidates for load balancing.

 

Peer Name Resolution Protocol (PNRP)

 

Provides Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution (LLMNR) functionality that allows peer-to-peer name-resolution services. When you install this feature, applications running on the server can register and resolve names using LLMNR.

 

Remote Assistance

 

Allows a remote user to connect to the server to provide or receive Remote Assistance.

 

Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT)

 

Installs role- and feature-management tools that can be used for remote administration of other Windows Server 2008 systems. Options for individual tools are provided or you can install tools by top-level category or subcategory.

 

Removable Storage Manager (RSM)

 

Installs the Removable Storage Manager tool, which you can use to manage removable media and removable media devices.

 

Remote Procedure Call (RPC) over HTTP Proxy

 

Installs a proxy for relaying RPC messages from client applications over HTTP to the server. RPC over HTTP is an alternative to having clients access the server over a VPN connection.

 

Simple TCP/IP Services

 

Installs additional TCP/IP services, including Character Generator, Daytime, Discard, Echo, and Quote of the Day.

 

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) Server

 

SMTP is a network protocol for controlling the transfer and routing of e-mail messages. When this feature is installed, the server can act as a basic SMTP server. For a full-featured solution, you’ll need to install a messaging server such as Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

 

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Services

 

SNMP is a protocol used to simplify management of TCP/IP networks. You can use SNMP for centralized network management if your network has SNMP-compliant devices. You can also use SNMP for network monitoring via network management software.

 

Storage Manager For SANs

 

Installs the Storage Manager for SANs console. This console provides a central management interface for storage area network (SAN) devices. You can view storage subsystems, create and manage logical unit numbers (LUNs), and manage iSCSI target devices. The SAN device must support Visual Disk Services (VDS).

 

Subsystem for UNIX based Applications (SUA)

 

Provides functionality for running UNIX-based programs. You can download additional management utilities from the Microsoft Web site.

 

Windows Internal Database

 

Installs SQL Server 2005 Embedded Edition. This allows the server to use relational databases with Windows roles and features that require an internal database, such as AD RMS, UDDI Services, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), Windows SharePoint Services, and Windows System Resource Manager.

 

Windows PowerShell

 

Installs Windows PowerShell, which provides an enhanced command-line environment for managing Windows systems.

 

Windows Process Activation Service

 

Provides support for distributed Web-based applications that use HTTP and non-HTTP protocols.

 

Windows Recovery Environment

 

You can use the recovery environment to restore a server using recovery options if you cannot access recovery options provided by the server manufacturer.

 

Windows Server Backup

 

Allows you to back up and restore the operating system, system state, and any data stored on a server.

 

Windows System Resource Manager (WSRM)

 

Allows you to manage resource usage on a per-processor basis.

 

WINS Server

 

WINS is a name-resolution service that resolves computer names to IP addresses. Installing this feature allows the computer to act as a WINS server.

 

Wireless Networking

 

Allows the server to use wireless networking connections and profiles.

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