Oracle® Database Platform Guide
10g Release 1 (10.1) for 64-Bit Windows
Part No. B13831-01
This chapter highlights differences between Windows 2000 and Windows NT, with emphasis on procedures for common database tasks.
This chapter contains these topics:
Table E-1 lists common database administration tasks and tools required to accomplish those tasks in Windows NT and Windows 2000.
Table E-1 How to Perform Common Tasks in Windows NT and Windows 2000
|Task||Windows NT||Windows 2000|
|Install a domain controller||Windows setup||Active Directory installation wizard from Configure Your Server|
|Manage user accounts||User Manager
|Active Directory Users & Computers
|Manage groups||User Manager||Active Directory Users & Computers|
|Manage computer accounts||Server Manager
|Active Directory Users & Computers|
|Add a computer to a domain||Server Manager||Active Directory Users & Computers|
|Create or manage trust relationships||User Manager||Active Directory Domains & Trusts|
|Manage account policy||User Manager||Active Directory Users & Computers|
|Manage user rights||User Manager||Active Directory Users & Computers: Edit the Group Policy object for the domain or organizational unit containing the computers to which the users rights apply.|
|Manage audit policy||User Manager||Active Directory Users & Computers: Edit the Group Policy object assigned to the Domain Controllers organizational unit.|
|Set policies on users and computers in a site||System Policy Editor
|Group Policy, accessed through Active Directory Sites & Services|
|Set policies on users and computers in a domain||System Policy Editor||Group Policy, accessed through Active Directory Users & Computers|
|Set policies on users and computers in an organizational unit||Not applicable||Group Policy, accessed through Active Directory Users & Computers|
|Use Security Groups to filter the scope of policy||Not applicable||Edit the permissions entry for Apply Group Policy on the security tab of the Group Policy Object properties sheet|
|Start Oracle Counters for Windows Performance Monitor||Choose Start
|Access services dialog||Choose Start
This section discusses differences between Windows NT and Windows 2000 that are not related to common tasks.
If a Windows 2000 computer is not identified with a DNS domain name, then you will receive the following error message:
Calling query w32RegQueries18.104.22.168.0 RegGetValue Key = HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SubKey = SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters Value = Domain Query Exception: GetValueKeyNotFoundException Query Exception Class: class oracle.sysman.oii.oiil.OiilQueryException ...
Perform the following steps:
> Control Panel
> Network Identification
> Primary DNS.
Enter a domain name, for example,
Microsoft Management Console, available in Windows NT as a separate item from Microsoft, is included in Windows 2000.
In Windows NT, use Disk Administrator to create raw partitions required for Oracle Real Application Clusters.
In Windows 2000, use Computer Management to create basic disks (compatible with raw partitions on Windows NT). Choose Start
> Administrative Tools
> Computer Management.
Oracle services autostart on Windows NT 4.0. After upgrading to Windows 2000, you may find that services start but the database does not start.
The solution is to use ORADIM to delete and re-create the services.
To delete an instance using ORADIM, enter:
ORADIM -DELETE -SID SIDA, SIDB, SIDC, ... ORADIM -DELETE -SRVC SRVCA, SRVCB, SRVC, ...
SIDA, SIDB, SIDC
SRVCA, SRVCB, SRVC
During upgrading, the disk is converted to NTFS 5, and a different access authorization is used. The new services autostart under the same account, but they no longer hold the same Windows permissions as before.