MCSA 70-412 i nove skraćenice (uzdah)

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AD CS – AD certificate services
AD FS – Active Directory federation services
AD RMS – Active Directory Rights Management Service, encryption for MS Office documents, file access and auditing for domain-based file servers. This is DAC.
ADSI – AD service interfaces Editor, allows the viewing of EVERY object in AD forest (adsiedit.mcs)
BCD – Boot configuration data, a BCD store is a set of configuration files that describe an OS boot applications and settings (BCDEdit.exe)
ARS – automatic system recovery
BMR – bare-metal restore
BYOD – bring your own device
CA – certification authority
CAU – Cluster-aware updating
CDP – CRL distribution points
COM – Component object model
CRL – certification revocation list
CSP – cryptographic service provider
CSV – cluster shared volumes
DAC – dynamic access control
DCM – Desired Configuration Manager, option in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012, it ia a validation tool for patches
DFSR – distributed file system replication
DNSSEC – DNS security extensions
DoS – denial of service attack (DNS)
DPM – Data Protection Manager, disk-and-tape based data protection and recovery for all computers in AD domain
DR – Disaster recovery
DRP – disaster recovery plan
DRS – device registration service
DSRM – Directory services restore mode (available only on a DC)
DUID – device unique identifier, used to get a DHCP IPv6 address for a client
ECC – eclyptic curve cryptography
EFS – Encrypted file system
FSRM – file server resource manager, enables quotas on folders or volumes, filter file types and enables creation of detailed storage reports
GC – global catalog, a domain controller that has a copy of all the objects in the forest DCs (all of the schema information and more). At least one must exist in each domain.
GPO – Group Policy Object
GPMC – Group policy management console, used for the backup of all GPOs at once
GUM – global update manager, sends updates to local DBs of cluster nodes about cluster configuration
IETF – Internet engineering task force
IPAM – IP address management
iSCSI – Internet small computer system interface, it is a Internet protocol for connecting computer to a storage
iSNS – Internet storage name service, central registration of iSCSI targets
KCC – knowledge consistancy checker, service responsible for determening the best way to replicate information within sites
KDC – key distribution center
KSP – key storage provider MADCAP – multicast address dynamic client allocation protocol
MBR – master boot record
MMC – Microsoft Management Console
MPIO – Microsoft Multipath I/O, multipath software
MSM – multiserver management
MTBF – mean time between failures
MTTR – mean time to recovery
NFS – network file system
NLB – network load balancing, one of two clustering options in MS WIN 2012
NSEC – next secure record
NTLM – Microsoft authentication protocol
OCSP – online certificate status protocol, a lightweight HTTP protocol
PRP – password replication policy, determines which user’s credentials may be cached on a specific RODC (by default, none)
PSO – Password settings objects
RE – recovery environment
RPC – remote procedure call, a protocol that is used for communication between Domain Controllers
RPO – Recovery Point Objective, a amount of data that must be restored in the event of failure (in minutes or hours)
RRSIG – resource record signature, DNS zone signing result
RTO – Recovery Time Objective, the length of time as service can be unavailable before it must be restored to meet the SLA.
SLA – Service Level Agreement, expressed in percetage of time that the service is unavailable
SMTP – simple mail transfer protocol, used for DC communication over unreliable WANs
SNI – server name indication
SSO – single sign-on
SPN – Service Prinicipal Name
TMP – Trusted Platform Module
UGMC – universal group membership caching, caching the reply from a Global Catalog server for 8h, it is used ONLY for user authentication. It happens at site level.
UPN – User Principal Name suffix that appears after the „@“ symbol. By default it is the domain in which the user is created.
USN journal – update sequence numbers for updating changes, used in DFSR
VHD – virtual hard disk
VSS – volume snapshot service (shadowcopy), allows a backup of shared folders to a remote location (backs up open files also)
WID – Windows internal database
WIF – Windows identity foundation, a claim-based identity framework. It is a set of .NET Framework classes.
Windows PE – Windows preinstallation environment
Windows RE – Windows recovery environment
WSFC – Windows server failover clustering
ZSK – zone signing key – cryptographic key used to sign individual host records in a DNSSEC DNS zone.