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Windows Server 2003: Network Management


doublej2k
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First off, im a total newb when it comes to network administration so pardon any questions needing more information.

The company I work for uses Windows Server 2003 to manage there network. I would like to know how to add my ip address from my house to gain remote access to the server. Also, i've read that you can "mirror" the domain controller (which i believe is the server at my work location). Could I install Windows Server 2003 on a partition on my hard drive and administer it the mirrored server from my house.

My efforts in educating myself on windows server management has beeen quite confusing being as there is so much ou there. I'm not expecting a long drawn out explanation, just a link or two pointing me in the right direction.

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