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    We have 2 domains here, i'll be demoting the admin network soon as there's nothing running on it, im a fan of running everything on one.

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    we also have two and a separate for SIMS. I don't really see the need as theirs only reception and accounts that use the admin side, around 6 computers in total

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    Looking at bringing our two together in summer with VLANs and ACLs to keep classroom PCs away from sensitive data. Will make life easier as it's a single management entity for SCCM, AV, AD etc but as much as it's exciting it also makes me nervous as there's no way for one network to carry on if the other has issues (although you could argue that if it's set up robustly with virtualisation that shouldn't be an issue)

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    Ours are two seperate servers but they are connected to eachother, mainly for resources and printers, we also run a 2 vlans for admin and curric.

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    Ok bit of an update

    What do you think of this



    VM01: CurriculumFileServer (File Server For CurriculumFiles)

    VM02: AdminFileServer (File Sever For Admin Files)

    VM03: WebServer (Hosts VLE, School & Library Website)

    VM04: SCCM (SCCM 2007R3, Forefront)

    VM05: StreamingServer (Windows Media Server)

    VM06: DeploymentServer (Windows Deployment Services Role)

    VM07: PrintServer (Print Server Role)

    VM08: Impero (Impero Server & Console)

    VM09: Mail (Exchange 2010)

    VM10: DC1 (Domain Controller, Spilt FMOS Roles, GlobalCatalog, DNS, Spilt DHCP)

    VM11: DC2 (Domain Controller, Split FMOS Roles, GlobalCatalog, DNS, Spilt DHCP)

    VM12: AppServer (LexiaServer, Wordshark, Ultrakey)

    VM13: SimsServer (Sims/FMS/SQL For Sims/FMS)

    VM14: SercoServer (Facility/ePortal/SQL For Facility/ePortal)

    WM15: SharePoint (SharePoint 2010)

    WM16: SharePointSQL (SQL 2008R2 for SharePoint 2010)


    Anything you recommend to change or add?

    Would you say its the best for the SQL database for the Secro ePortal/Factility would be better on a seperate server instead of hosting it on the same server? Gussing this would be good idea, due to we can make a clean virtual server when any new SQL Server release comes out, and just transfer the database?

    Also if you recommend that, should that be done with the sims/fms database - note only three users use this in the fincance office.


    In fact would you recommend any SQL database have its own Virtual Server
    The other things we have using SQL is Forefront, WSUS, SCCM, thats all on the same server, thats all so hosting all the software/roles for thoses.


    Thanks
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    Why not just have the one domain and VLAN your network - we had 3 - 4 VLANS for different people on different networks keeping the admins completely separate from the students in terms of security.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjitservices View Post
    Why not just have the one domain and VLAN your network - we had 3 - 4 VLANS for different people on different networks keeping the admins completely separate from the students in terms of security.
    Hi there

    Thats what I want to do!!! ... One domain, just make the serco,sims, admin file server on the admin vlan.

    What I wanted to know what did you think of my virtual server setup list? any comments, plus answer my few questions

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    What about proxy server ? - you could host your own virtual proxy with squid & dansguardian unless you go through the LEA's - other than that I'd say you have it covered VM side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjitservices View Post
    What about proxy server ? - you could host your own virtual proxy with squid & dansguardian unless you go through the LEA's - other than that I'd say you have it covered VM side.
    Yer we go throught the LEA at the momment, but once we done all this, might look at the forefront for filtering and proxy, cache


    Would do you think about sql for the vm then?



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