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  1. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Yeah, I would really appreciate it if you could help me with that. I have to go home. I'll be back and noti you later.
  2. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    AD is the first thing I learned to configure using Windows Server and it's up and running since the office started. In the early years, I set my user computers as domain clients but my office users are not really used to the Server system and there are a lot of things they wanted to do on their own on their desktop computers. They don't have time to learn and the boss is not interested in making them to learn, he only cares about sales improvement. So, I switched their pcs back into work-group level and only teach them to access directly to their own shared folders on Servers with limited permission for each user accounts. Even then, they were wrecking havocs, so I created network map-drives and shortcuts on their desktops and never again let them accessed to the Server. I was also considering using FreeNAS but it's been so long since I am in-touched with linux systems and the last time was around 2001. I already tested FreeNAS on VMware and installation was no problem. But Creating user accounts and setting securities is far out of my level.
  3. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    You are a great help, my friend. T30 doesn't have expandable option. It's stock version. I am also thinking of getting T140. I believe I can squeeze some more cash from my boss. How about the OS? I think virtual machine licenses are so expensive. And also, I have so many users in my office and wouldn't the licenses for them cost so much money? To be honest, I am currently using unofficial Server 2003 on my current Server.
  4. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Thank you. I will try it that way. Hey, I contacted to some hardware distributors in our country and they sent me some price list for server system they can deliver. I will put those in the attachment. Would u please check for me and advice me for which would be best for my system. quo10(16.2.19).pdf quo10A(16.2.19).pdf quo10B(16.2.19).pdf quo10C(16.2.19).pdf
  5. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Sorry, my country is not include in the Amazon shipping list. Thank you for the advice. Even buying licenses for windows is hard in our country. I am from Myanmar. Whenever I need something from online, I have to ask some friends who are working abroad.
  6. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Mostly MS Office files, pdf files, windows application installers, photos and music.
  7. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Just merely 2 TB is enough. Roughly around 30 people are going to access it simultaneously. It will be the only server in the office but can bear the 1 day downtime. My budget is around 1500 USD. You wouldn't believe if I told u that my current running server is 2003 Enterprise edition on i5 cpu. It is running slow as hell but not giving me any major trouble at anytime at all. Good girl, she is.
  8. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Mostly, they will be saving their back up office files on the sever and sharing each between each other. I only need raid-1.
  9. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Only using this server as local file storage server. Nothing serious computing or processing complex server jobs. But I have two major concerns. There are no official distributors for Major Companies like HP, Intel, Dell, etc... and My users need security for their files. That's why I choose to run AD and created AD users in the first place.
  10. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    only for file storage.
  11. kbattousaih

    Server 2012 R2 on i9 9900K

    Hello, I am not a tech guru like linus and I am currently trying to setup a new File Storage server for my office which will only running from 9 am to 5:30 pm (Mon-Sat). But I want to run AD on this one cos there are over 70 users accessing it only for file storage. Here is the specs: of hardwares that I am thinking to use for it. i9 9900K Z390 Aorus Master GSkill 8GB x 2 @ 2400 mhz Seasonic Prime Ultra Platinum 1000W 80+ Platinum ( 12 Year warranty ) Colorful CN600S 480GB M.2 NVME SSD 2TB HDD Corsair 760T Case Corsair H115i RGB Platinum Please help me out. Thank you for your time.
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