How to create a Boundary


How to / Nasıl yaparım:

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Hierarchy Configuration, and click Boundaries.

3.       On the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create Boundary.

4.       On the General tab of the Create Boundary dialog box you can specific a Description to identify the boundary by a friendly name or reference.

5.       Select a Type for this boundary:

·         If you select IP Subnet, you must specify a Subnet ID for this boundary.

 

 Tip:

You can specify the Network and Subnet mask to have the Subnet ID automatically specified. When you save the boundary, only the Subnet ID value is saved.

 

·         If you select Active Directory site, you must specify or Browse to an Active Directory site in the local forest of the site server.

 

 Important:

When you specify an Active Directory site for a boundary, the boundary includes each IP Subnet that is a member of that Active Directory site. If the configuration of the Active Directory site changes in Active Directory, the network locations included in this boundary also change.

 

·         If you select IPv6 prefix, you must specify a Prefix in the IPv6 prefix format.

·         If you select IP address range, you must specify a Starting IP address and Ending IP address that includes part of an IP Subnet or includes multiple IP Subnets.

 

6.       Click OK to save the new boundary.

 

 Tip:

You cannot add a boundary to a boundary group from the Create Boundary dialog box.

 

To configure a boundary

1.       In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

2.       In the Administration workspace, expand Hierarchy Configuration, and click Boundaries.

3.       Select the boundary you want to modify.

4.       On the Home tab, in the Properties group, click Properties.

5.  In the Properties dialog box for the boundary, select the General tab to edit the Description or Type for the boundary. You can also change the scope of a boundary by editing the network locations for the boundary. For example, for an Active Directory site boundary you can specify a new Active Directory site name.

6. Select the Protected Site Systems tab to view protected site systems for this boundary. You cannot change this configuration from the properties of a boundary.

 

 Tip:

For a site system server to be listed as a protected site system for a boundary, the site system server must be specified as a content location for at least one boundary group that includes this boundary. Content location is configured on the References tab of a boundary group.

 

7.       Select the Boundary Groups tab to modify the boundary group membership for this boundary:

·         To add this boundary to one or more boundary groups, click Add, select the check box for one or more boundary groups, and then click OK.

·         To remove this boundary from a boundary group, select the boundary group and click Remove.

Click OK to close the

 

Source: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/scstr/

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İsmail Şen

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