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September 29, 2016, 09:38:54 AM
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Hi guys I want to teach you how to set up your computer server in your client. What I mean is computer network.
Add Roles:
ADDS
DNS
DHCP
FILESERVICE
then connect your client through the domain of your dns
Then put ip on your reservation ip in DHCP
-create folder in local disk D
-file screen
-add user in your computer
-add group in your folder
-cmd the gpupdate/force
Then allow remote client to server or vice versa then thats it.
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September 29, 2016, 09:56:19 AM
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Hi guys I want to teach you how to set up your computer server in your client. What I mean is computer network.
Add Roles:
ADDS
DNS
DHCP
FILESERVICE
then connect your client through the domain of your dns
Then put ip on your reservation ip in DHCP
-create folder in local disk D
-file screen
-add user in your computer
-add group in your folder
-cmd the gpupdate/force
Then allow remote client to server or vice versa then thats it.

Wow you nailed it bro. I wonder you are a tech support in some company of your country. Wish for the best for you and get more ideas about networking. Good luck man.
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