NOTEYou should be aware that if you create a partition but don’t format it, the partition is labeled as Free Space. In addition, if you haven’t assigned a portion of the disk to a partition, this section of the disk is labeled Unallocated.. ? File SystemLike partitions, each volume can have a different file system type, such as FAT or NTFS file system. Note that FAT16 is available only when the partition or volume is 2 GB or less in size.. FIGURE 2–6Note the disks available and how much unallocated space is available.. /CvtArea: filename— Sets the name of a contiguous file in the root directory to be a placeholder for NTFS system files. 2.On the Tools tab, tap or click Optimize. In the Optimize Drives dialog box, select a disk, and then tap or click Analyze. Optimize Drives then analyzes the disk, as shown in Figure 2-11, to determine whether it needs to be defragmented. If so, it recommends that you defragment at this point.. 4.Double-tap or double-click Specify Default Quota Limit And Warning Level. In the dialog box shown in Figure 4–6, select Enabled.. You can use the Security Configuration Wizard to apply a security policy by following these steps:. You can use Group Policy to manage users and computers in many different ways. In the sections that follow, I’ll describe some specific management areas, including the following:. 9.When you’re done creating group entries, tap or click the Settings tab, configure the following additional options, and then tap or click OK to complete the process:. 4.Choose an update configuration from the options in the Configure Automatic Updating list. On Windows 8 and later as well as Windows Server 2012 and later, updates can be automatically installed during the scheduled maintenance window by selecting the Install During Automatic Maintenance check box.. ?The Subnet Mask option ensures that the computer communicates over the
network properly. Windows Server 2012 R2 should insert a default value for the subnet mask into the Subnet Mask text box. If the network doesn’t use variable-length subnetting, the default value should suffice, but if it does use variable-length subnets, you need to change this value as appropriate for your network.. 3.To assign new settings, press and hold or right-click Scope Options, and then tap or click Configure Options. This opens the Scope Options dialog box. Under Available Options, select the check box for the first option you want to configure. Then, with the option selected, enter any required information in the Data Entry panel, as shown in Figure 8-10. Repeat this step to configure other options.. 4.To assign new settings, press and hold or right-click the reservation, and then tap or click Configure Options to open the Reservation Options dialog box. Under Available Options, select the check box for the first option you want to configure. Then, with the option selected, enter any required information in the Data Entry panel. Repeat this step to configure other options.. A provides a central location for sharing printers on a network. When many users require access to the same printers, you should configure print servers in the domain. In earlier releases of the Windows Server operating system, all servers were installed with basic print services. With Windows Server 2012 R2, you must specifically configure a server to be a print server.. It takes time to create and implement a backup and recovery plan. You need to figure out what data needs to be backed up, how often the data should be backed up, and more. To help you create a plan, consider the following questions:.