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EECS INSTRUCTIONAL domain Win2K Migration
Agenda for July 12, 2001

Goal: Migration and Best Practices for Instruction in EECS Win2K Domain

Contents:

  1. Naming conventions
  2. Scripting Tools
  3. Migrating Servers
  4. Active Directory
  5. Meeting Schedule and Minutes
  6. Questions and Investigations:
    * UPSs?
    * Exchange?
    * add computers?
    * firewalls for labs
  7. Security Settings and other Solutions

Project timeline:

Task Complete It On
no meeting July 5
  1.   Demo of WEB site for maintaining Win2K accounts & security groups (Kevin);
  2.   Moving FILESERVICE and other computers into the EECS domain.
  3.   Group Policies.
July 12 (11am)
Moving INSTRUCTIONAL workstations to EECS domain July/August 2001


Active Directory OUs and GPOs


Scripting Tools


Naming conventions


Migrating Servers

ISG/ESG Servers in the EECS Win2K Domain:


Meeting Schedule and Minutes:


Questions and Investigations:

  1. Adding Computers:
    ESG/ISG sys admins will be allowed to add computers and users under the INSTRUCTIONAL OU. IDSG has a "Memorandum of Understanding" (
    IDSG 2K, IDSG forms ?) about the procedures that we will sign.

  2. UPSs:
    Pei has taken over implemetation of a UPS in 165 Cory, to be shared by IDSG, CUSG, ASG, ESG and ISG.

    We want a UPS that can send a serial line signal to each computer on it, to start the shutdown.

    ESG needs to submit a list of computers and related power requirements. These seem to be the ESG computers in 165 Cory: Netshow, Fischer, Data, WEB, California, ESG, ESG1, ESG2, Polgar, Browne and 2 unnamed ones on the rack above Polgar

    ISG's list for 165 Cory:

      	Kasparov (home dirs):	max 1400 VA  (disk, cpu, crt = 3 5-15R plugs)
    	Vortex (home dirs):	max 1400 VA  (disk, cpu, kvm = 3 5-15R plugs)
    	Cory  (WEB server):	max  960 VA  (cpu,crt  = 2 5-15R plug)
           

    ISG's list for 387 Soda:

    	Mamba (home dirs):	max 1800 VA (2 disk, cpu, tape, crt = 5 5-15R plugs)
    	Viper (email, WEB):	max 1000 VA (cpu, crt = 2 5-15R plugs)
           

  3. Exchange 2000:
    Alex will review the options and we'll discuss at a future meeting.

  4. Firewalls:
    University of Alberta   (thanks, Rob)


    Security Settings and other Solutions: