Windows Server 2012 IP Address Management

IPAM in Windows Server 2012 can reduce the time and expense needed to manage IP address space. For example, by using the centralized architecture feature in IPAM, you can more easily obtain updated information about IP address ranges used in branch offices, and the particular addresses assigned to infrastructure servers. This strategy lets IT personnel keep track of how IP addresses are assigned throughout your organization with a minimum of administrative effort. Learn more in this session on how you can use IPAM as a framework for discovering, monitoring, auditing, and managing the IP address space and the associated infrastructure servers on a corporate network. #TEWSV307

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