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Best practice for windows server

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I need best practice for Windows server to maintain properly. please give best practice checklist to be perform any windows server with daily, weekly and monthly.
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This depends on several factors:
What OS and version is it?
How many servers total?
What is the function of this server?


These are things you need to ask yourself then map out a maintenance plan. You have to consider auditing, software updates, hardware updates, when to perform those type of tasks, disk defrag, disk cleanups, etc.

Here is a link to hopefully get you in the right direction but in the end it  is going to have to be up to you on what, when, and how you implement your schedule.

Windows Server 2008 Best Practices
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hi @TechOps07

the server are windows 2008
1) domain controller
2) DNS server
3) File server
4) Print server
5) Exchange serrver 2010
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So you are going to have 5 servers or is it 1 server doing all of those services?
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a) In 1 server domain controller, DNS server
b) Another server  File server, print server
c) Exchange2010 is separate
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