3.On the Assign Drive Letter Or Path page, shown in Figure 1–4, specify whether you want to assign a drive letter or path, and then tap or click Next. The following options are available:. Different implementations of RAID technology are available, and these implementations are described in terms of levels. Each RAID level offers different features.. When you are working with File And Storage Services, you can group available physical disks into storage pools so that you can create virtual disks from available capacity. Each virtual disk you create is a storage space. Storage Spaces are made available through the Storage Services role service, which is automatically installed on every server running Windows Server 2012 R2.. In Server Manager, you can work with storage pools and allocate space by selecting the File And Storage Services node, and then selecting the related Storage Pools subnode. As Figure 2–7 shows, the Storage Pools subnode lists the available storage pools, the virtual disks created within storage pools, and the available physical disks. Keep in mind that what’s presented as physical disks might actually be LUNs (virtual disks) from a storage subsystem.. 2.Select Tasks in the Storage Pools panel, and then select New Storage Pool. This starts the New Storage Pool Wizard. If the wizard displays the Before You Begin page, read the Welcome text, and then click Next.. 2.In Network And Sharing Center, tap or click Change Advanced Sharing Settings in the left pane. Select the network profile for the network on which you want to enable file and printer sharing. Typically, this will be the Domain profile.. Users working on client computers access shadow copies of individual shared folders by using the Previous Versions or Shadow Copy client. The best way to access shadow copies on a client computer is to follow these steps:. ?Tap or click Copy to display the Copy Items dialog box, which lets you copy the snapshot image of the folder to the location you specify.. 8.On the Select Administration And Other Options page, you’ll see the installed options used to enable services and open ports. Select each option that should be enabled, and clear each option that should be disabled. Selecting an option enables services required for that option. Clearing an option disables services required for that option, if they aren’t required by an enabled option. Tap or click Next.. Dynamic IP addressing is available only if a DHCP server is installed on the network. By using the Add Roles And Features Wizard, you install the DHCP server as a role service, configure its initial settings, and authorize the server in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). Only authorized DHCP servers can provide dynamic IP addresses to clients.. Import-DhcpServer-BackupPath d: \dhcp\backup\origconfig.dmp -File d: \dhcp\scripts\dhcpconfig.dmp. Scopes provide a pool of IP addresses for DHCP clients. A normal scope is a scope with class A, B, or C network addresses. A multicast scope is a scope with class D network addresses. Although you create normal scopes and multicast scopes differently, you manage them in much the same way. The key differences are that multicast scopes can’t use reservations, and you can’t set additional options for WINS, DNS, routing, and so forth.. 1.In Server Manager, tap or click Manage, and then tap or click Add Roles And Features, or select Add Roles And Features in the Quick Start pane to start the Add Roles And Features Wizard. If the wizard displays the Before You Begin page, read the Welcome text, and then tap or click Next.. [-notRestoreAcl]. 7.In Add Arguments, enter the START BACKUP command you want to use along with its parameters, such as the following:.