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IPD Guides για να σας βοηθήσουν να πάρετε τις σωστές αποφάσεις για να σχεδιάσετε και να υλοποιήσετε οποιοδήποτε από τα παρακάτω Services ( Περιέχουν Decisions Flow Charts ):

Active Directory Certificate Services

Active Directory Domain Services

DirectAccess

Dynamic Datacenter

Exchange Online - Evaluating Software-plus-Services

File Services

Forefront Identity Manager

Forefront Unified Access Gateway

Internet Information Services

IPD - All

IPD Series Introduction

MED-V

Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6

Print Services

Remote Desktop Services

Selecting the Right NAP Architecture

Selecting the Right Virtualization Technology

SharePoint Online - Evaluating Software-plus-Services

SQL Server

System Center Configuration Manager 2007

System Center Data Protection Manager 2007

System Center Operations Manager 2007

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008

Terminal Services

Windows Deployment Services

Windows Server Virtualization

Windows User State Virtualization

Windows_Optimized_Desktop_Scenarios

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Αυτά χρησιμοποιούνται ως Blueprint - guide όταν κάνεις design κάποιο τομέα απο αυτόν που περιλαμβάνεται στο guide.Εντάσονται στην κατηγορία των Solution Accelarators και υπάρχουν απο εποχή Server 2003 και πλέον στην beta που τρέχει αυτή την στιγμή προστίθενται συνεχώς καινούργια πράγματα .

 

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Ακριβώς αυτό .

Αποτελούν Planning /Design Guides που σε βοηθούν ώστε να ολοκληρώσεις αποτελεσματικά και να οργανώσεις το σχεδιασμό ενός Project που σχετίζετε με ένα Microsoft Service.

Περιέχουν τα βασικά Steps και Tasks / Step που πρέπει να ακολουθήσεις για να ολοκληρώσεις το σχεδιασμό του αντίστοιχου Project. 

Αν π.χ θέλεις να υλοποιήσεις ένα Project για Remote Desktop Services προτείνετε να ακολουθήσεις και να καταγράψεις σε αντίστοιχα Tables τα παρακάτω Steps

• Step 1: Determine the Scope of the Remote Desktop Services Project
          Task 1: Determine Organizational Scope
  Validating with the Business

 


Location boundary<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />


Workload delivery to end users


Workload #1


Workload #2


Enterprise-wide


Session virtualization


Seattle 01


Seattle 02


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


• Step 2: Determine How Workloads Will Be Delivered
  Task 1: Gather Information About Users and Their Working Environment
  Task 2: Determine Whether the Workload Can Be Delivered Using Presentation
  Virtualization
  Task 3: Decide Whether the Workload Can Be Delivered from an RD Session Host
  Task 4: Categorize Users

 


User location


Chicago


Denver


 


 


Number of users


200


150


 


 


Client operating system


Windows XP SP2


Windows Vista


 


 


Encryption requirements


128-bit


128-bit


 


 


Single sign-on


Y


Y


 


 


RDC


6


6.1


 


 


Applications used


Word 2007


No local customization


No SLA


Local support


Word 2007


No local customization


No SLA


Local support


 


 


Purchasing


No local customization


SLA: RT<2 secs


Local support


Purchasing


No local customization


SLA: RT<2 secs


Local support


Connection type


LAN-100M


LAN-100M


 


 


User type


Normal


Light


 


 


• Step 3: Determine the Number of RD Session Host Server Farms
  Task 1: Determine the Number of RD Session Host Server Farms
• Step 4: Map Workloads and Users to Farms
 Task 1: Assign Workloads and Users to Their RD Session Host Server Farms

 


Farm name


Reason for design


Applications


Users


Users travel?


Chicago-4


RDP 7 clients


Visio®


Design engineers - north


N


Visio®


Design engineers - south


Y


Word


Finance Publishing


N


Excel®


Finance


N


 


 


 

 


Number of RD Session Host servers and form factor


User profiles


User profile store


User data store


Number of RD Connection Broker servers and form factor


Fault tolerance


4 of 2.66, 64-bit CPU, 4 GB of memory, RAID0+1,
12 terabytes,
3 network adapters


Mandatory


50 MB, on file server G27-336


1 terabyte, on file server G27-338


4 of 2.66, 64-bit CPU, 4 GB of memory, RAID0+1,
12 terabytes,
3 network adapters


Active-Passive Cluster


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

• Step 5: Design the Farms
      Task 1: Select a Form Factor for the RD Session Host Server
     Task 2: Determine the Number of RD Session Host Servers Required in the Farm 
      Task 3: Determine the Number of Additional Servers Required for Fault Tolerance
• Step 6: Determine Where to Store User Data
 Task 1: Design User Profiles
 Task 2: Design User Data
 Task 3: Design the Storage
• Step 7: Size and Place the Remote Desktop Services Role Services for the Farms
 Task 1: Design and Place the RD Connection Broker Role Service
 Task 2: Determine the Number of Servers Required for RD Web Access
 Task 3: Design and Place the Remote Desktop License Servers
 Task 4: Design and Place the RD Gateway Servers
• Step 8: Secure the Communications
 Task 1: Determine the Encryption Level Between Clients and the RD Session Host Server
 Task 2: Determine Whether to Seal the Communications
 Task 3: Determine the Certification Authority
 Task 4: Determine Whether to Encapsulate with HTTPS
• Step 9: Design the RD Virtualization Host Servers

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