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Info Advantages of local networks

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The evolution of technology is making the devices work together even more. And is that few office machines operate in isolation, while the number of home users use the Internet today has only grown.

More and more people with multiple computers at home (laptop and desktop computers, for example) while the number of PCs in enterprises. In addition, older PCs may see an increase in their benefits when integrated into a network, which is also seen a significant increase in home networks, thanks to the advantages of access to shared resources:

  • Thus, two computers have the ability to share a single printer or scanner so that it can be accessed from any machine belonging to it.
  • One of the biggest attractions is undoubtedly shared Internet access, especially if you have a broadband connection, barely noticing a decline in speed.
  • Looking at companies, the benefits it provides shared access to files, printers and the Internet are numerous and justify the investment.
  • For home users, networking is a convenience. In this way, you can breathe life into an old Pentium III machine that has recently been replaced and make the file server or Internet access terminal.
  • Why not fit some USB peripherals? These devices continue to be available for the new computer over the network, which will still have more USB ports for further expansion.
  • Finally, the networks also have great potential for multiplayer games.

Info Advantages of server networks



Keeping computer systems connected efficiently and safely is more important today than ever to ensure business competitiveness. Security has become a key standard for the development of new products and technologies Microsoft. So, today is the best platform for public key infrastructure (PKI through certificate services and management tools thereof), which allows to securely extend business activity to the Internet, with employees, suppliers, customers and partners in general.

This is facilitated by the Internet Authentication Service (IAS)-a RADIUS proxy server that handles authentication and authorization of users, the Kerberos V5 protocol support, improved SSL client authentication, credential management (including key and X.509 certificates), the Internet Connection Firewall and security-enhanced Web server.

With Windows Server 2003 is now easier to encrypt the information to keep it safe inside and outside the organization through the Services Digital Rights Management, and through policies restricting the use of software (with digital signature support in Windows Installer) can alleviate the damage caused by viruses and Trojans.

Communications and network services

Windows Server 2003 provides organizations with the latest standards in technology, communications networks, providing simplified management environments and all the versatility demanded by businesses. Improving the management of the Group Policy administrator can control the desktops of users, their settings (up to 200 new parameters), security levels, software restrictions, roaming profiles, Start menu options, personal folder redirection, and more.

Active Directory

In a network of Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Active Directory directory service provides the structure and functions to organize, manage and control access to network resources. Active Directory also provides the ability to centrally manage Windows Server 2003 network. This capability means that you can centrally store information about the company, for example, information about users, groups and printers, and administrators can manage the network from a single location.

Active Directory provides directory service functionality as a means to organize, manage and centrally control access to network resources. It also makes the physical network topology and protocols will be overlooked, so a network user can access any resource without knowing where or how it is physically connected to the network. An example of this type of resource is a printer.

Active Directory is organized into sections that allow the storage of a large number of objects. As a result, you can extend Active Directory as an organization grows, allowing an organization with a single server with a few hundred objects, to grow to have thousands of servers and millions of objects.

A server running Windows Server 2003 stores system configuration information for applications and information about the location of user profiles in Active Directory. In combination with Group Policy, Active Directory allows administrators to manage distributed desktops, network services and applications from a central location, while using a consistent management interface.

In addition, Active Directory provides centralized control of access to network resources by allowing users to log on only once to gain full access to resources through Active Directory.


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To enable the user to take advantage of all these advantages of working in an environment of shared resources either at home or office, PCSOPORTE offers:

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  • Assembly, installation and configuration of local networks to work in groups in a home or business.
  • Assembly, installation and network configuration in a client-server Windows 2003 Server, for an enterprise level.
  • Maintenance and updating of client-server network to meet new business needs.
  • Establishment and ADSL connection settings either WiFi (not wired) or Ethernet (wired).
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