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Documentation for setting up Core File Server with Windows 2008R2

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Hello everyone,
I am trying to setup a test core file server using windows 2008r2. I was wondering if anyone had any good documentation or web sites that has a good step by step? currently i have the core server installed but i need to change computer name, add to domain, setup file shares and permissions as well as shadow copies.

I've tried a couple netdom..... commands. some work and some don't.

Thank you.
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thank you for the link. I have seen that before but I was looking for something like this that goes in to more detail for shadow copies, FRS, etc.
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