?Each 16-byte MBR partition record begins with a 1-byte boot indicator. For example, a value of 0x80 identifies a bootable legacy partition. Any other value indicates that this is not a bootable legacy partition. This value is not used by UEFI.. 2.In the Properties dialog box, select Details in the left pane, and then choose WriteCacheSize on the Property selection list.. ?As a data store that can be manually allocated for use. 7.Tap or click Finish. If you are connecting using different credentials, enter the user name and password when prompted. Enter the user name in Domain\Username format, such asCpandl\Williams. Before tapping or clicking OK, select Remember My Credentials if you want the credentials to be saved. Otherwise, you’ll need to provide credentials in the future.. After you access the GPO with which you want to work, you can set auditing policies by following these steps:. You can configure automatic enrollment by following these steps:. NOTEGroup Policy settings can affect your ability to install and manage TCP/IP networking. The key policies you should examine are in User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network Connections and Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Group Policy. Group Policy is discussed in Chapter 6,“Managing users and computers with Group Policy.”. 4.When you use dynamic IPv4 addressing, you
can configure an automatic alternate address or manually configure the alternate address. To use an automatic configuration, on the Alternate Configuration tab, select Automatic Private IP Address. Tap or click OK, tap or click Close, and then skip the remaining step.. TIPWhen you work with remote servers, you might find that you can’t select certain options. A simple refresh of the server information might resolve this problem. To refresh the server information press and hold or right-click the server node, and then select Refresh.. 4.Tap or click OK when you have finished.. 1.Press and hold or right-click the scope you want to remove from a superscope, and then tap or click Remove From Superscope.. Configuring reverse lookups. ? PTR (pointer)Creates a pointer that maps an IP address to a host name for reverse lookups.. 7.Tap or click OK to save your changes.. 2.In the MMC, select File, and then select Add/Remove Snap-In. This opens the Add Or Remove Snap-Ins dialog box..