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FIGURE 5-51 A le screen exception allows le groups on a path Finally, le screening works on le extensions It is not designed to stop the determined user from renaming all his MP3 les to another extension The screening is designed to prevent unintentional le placement Future versions of le screening might use content/signature screening instead of the le extension
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Con guring multiple servers is not easy You have three options the rst is to con gure everything via the command-line utilities, which are the following:
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dirquotaexe Used to de ne, con gure, and manage quotas on
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directories, quota templates, and global options
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lescrnexe Used to de ne, con gure, and manage le screens,
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le screen exceptions, le screen templates, and global options on directories storreptexe Used to de ne, con gure, and manage reports
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Manually performing all the con guration via the command-line utilities and then running the commands on all the servers is one option, but it means you need to be an expert in the command line The second option is using the same command-line tools to export con guration from one server and then import it into all the other servers Each tool has good help, but to export a le screen, you just need to give a lename to export to and the name of the template For example, let s say you have a custom block MP3 template To export it, use the following:
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C:\ > lescrn template export / le:f:\data\fsrm\ lescreenmp3xml /template: Block MP3 Templates exported successfully
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You also created a custom le group, so you need to export it using the same format:
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C:\ > lescrn legroup export / le:f:\data\fsrm\mp3 legroupxml / legroup: MP3 Files File groups exported successfully
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After a template is exported, you can open up the XML and change the settings if required To import, use the same commands, but with import instead of export For example:
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lescrn template import / le:f:\data\fsrm\ lescreenmp3xml /template: Block MP3
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To add a le screen, use the lescrn screen add command with the parameters shown in the help For example, to apply the custom block MP3 template, use the following:
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C:\> lescrn screen add /path:f:\data\media\music\wma /sourcetemplate: Block MP3 File screen successfully created for f:\data\media\music\wma
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The third option is to script all the actions, discussed in the following section
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Scripting
With Windows Server 2008, a public application programming interface (API) is now available for FSRM as a document on the Microsoft MSDN web site Although the API can be used in many ways, one easy way is via a VBScript The following example applies a 100MB quota to the e:\data folder:
Dim quotaManager Set quotaManager = CreateObject( FsrmFsrmQuotaManager )
Dim quota Set quota = quotaManagerCreateQuota( e:\data ) quotaApplyTemplate( 100 MB Limit ) quotaCommit()
Notice that you create an object of type FsrmQuotaManager and then use the object to create a quota instance
Print Management
In any corporate environment, you rarely see each computer hooked up to its own USB printer Instead, shared printers are used that offer superior features Although each desktop could directly connect to the shared printer via an IP connection, each client would have to maintain the con guration of the connection and manually install the printer driver Central management of printer use or a repository of printers available would not be possible The Windows Server 2008 platform offers a great deal of functionality for print services, including features that bene t users and administrators Today, organizations have many branch locations, each with local print servers Windows Server 2008 helps meet the challenge by managing multiple print servers as one Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 saw the integration of the XML Paper Speci cation (XPS), which was previously made available as part of the XPS Essentials Pack for XP and Windows Server 2003 The XPS capability enabled the XPS print path, which spooled documents in the XPS format This gave greater delity, performance, and security to the printing process This requires an XPSDrv printer driver