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Difference between MBR and GPT in hard disk

Difference between MBR and GPT in hard disk

MBR:Master Boot Recorded

  • This option found in all operating  System
  • This option found if your disk type is basic not dynamic
  • You can setup any operating system 64bit or 32bit
  • You can make Dual booting because you have option make partition as active so you can setup more than one operation system in this hard
  • In windows XP  you can create 4 primary partition
  • In windows vista,7,2003 you can create 3 partition (Mandatory) and 128 logical partition
  • In windows 2008 can create 3 partition (Mandatory) and unlimited  logical partition
  • Support 3 file system Fat 16 , Fat 32 ,  NTFS
  • Mix mum Size of the partition is 2TB

GPT :GUID Partition Table

  • This option found in All operating system expected XP so in xp all hard disks if it basic it will be MBR
  • This option found if your disk type is basic not dynamic
  • Any operating system can running in this partition but must be 64bit if it 32bit will not running
  • You can’t make Dual booting because you don’t have option make partition as active like in MPR so you can’t setup more than one operating system
  • In windows 7,2003,2008 you can create 128 primary partition
  • You can’t create logical partition
  • Support one file system NTFS only
  • Mix mum size of the partition is 256 TB

 
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Posted by on February 17, 2012 in Introducation

 

Server Core in windows server 2008

What is Window Server core ?

Server Core is a minimal server installation option for computers running on the  Windows Server 2008 operating system or later. Server Core provides a low-maintenance server environment with limited functionality.

Server Core Requirements?

Windows server 2008 or later version .

Roles cans server core run .

Active Directory domain services (AD DS) (including Read only domain controllers RODS)

Active directory lightweight directory services (AD LDS)

DHCp Server

DNS Server

File Services

Print Services

Streaming Medias Services

Web Server (IIS)

 

 
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Posted by on January 28, 2012 in Introducation