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Roles y Características
Una vez instalado Windows Server 2008 y configuradas algunas opciones básicas de Windows Server 2008 desde el Panel de Control o desde el Administrador del Servidor, las siguientes tareas a realizar es configurar la función o rol que debe desempeñar el servidor dentro de nuestra infraestructura de red. Un solo servidor puede realizar la labor de varios roles o funciones, pero dependiendo de la calidad de servicio, número de usuarios, cantidad de tráfico en la red, etc., puede ser necesario la instalación de servidores especializados, como pueden ser servidores de archivos, servidores de impresión, servidores web, etc.

¿Qué es un Rol?
Un rol consiste en una función principal de un servidor, en un servidor se pueden instalar una o varios roles según decidan los administradores del sistema. Cada rol puede incluir uno o varios servicios o elementos de instalación opcionales. En Windows Server 2008 están disponibles los siguientes Roles:

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Para acceder a la gestión de roles, debemos ejecutar el Administrador de Servidor, en el apartado roles, haciendo clic con el botón derecho de ratón nos permite agregar, eliminar roles etc. 3

¿Qué es una característica?
Las características son programas que aunque no forman parte directamente de los roles, complementan sus funcionalidades, independientemente de los roles que estén instalados. Por ejemplo, la característica de Cliente Telnet nos permite comunicarnos remotamente a un servidor, o la característica de servidor de WINS que da soporte a los roles DHCP y DNS. Existen un total de 41 características posibles a instalar en Windows Server 2008.

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¿Qué es un servicio de rol?
Son programas que dan un funcionalidad directa a un rol, al instalar un rol se pueden elegir que los servicios de rol proporciona el rol a otros usuarios y equipos de nuestra infraestructura de…...

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