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If you want to install networking on a computer, you must install TCP/IP networking and a network adapter. Windows Server 2008 uses TCP/IP as the default wide area network (WAN) protocol. Normally, networking is installed during the Windows Server 2008 setup. You can also install TCP/IP networking through local area connection properties. Although name resolution can be performed using DNS, WINS, or LLMNR, the preferred technique on Windows Server 2008 domains is DNS. When you need a 100% connection to your other computers in your office a wired network is the answer. Unlike a wireless network, a wired network is always on and is not affected by interferences from other devices. "[...]"