Setting up a Intranet

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HI GUYS, PLS COULD ANYBOODY TELL ME IN ALAY MAN LANGUAGE HOW TO SET UP INTRANET. ALL I HAVE IS A NEW DL 380 SERVER, A WORKING LAN AND A WINDOWS 2003 SERVER. FRM KENNY

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If you have a working LAN and all servers are in a workgroup, that is your “intranet”. They should all have file and print sharing turned on. If you want a domain you will need to register a domain name and set up accounts in Active Directory. An “intranet” is simply a group of computers or servers which communicate solely with each other on their own private network. It sounds like you already have that.

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  • Dmanter
    Domain name registration is not absolutely necessary unless the organization wants to use the domain name on both the public side and private side. The internal network could be a .local domain. There would be no additional expense to use this namespace. Check out the Building an intranet for dummies book. It will have a good gameplan for you to follow.
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