Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Windows 2000 Server in 24 Hours

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Sams, 2000 - Computers - 537 pages
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Sams Teach Yourself Windows 2000 Server in 24 Hours assists in the deployment and administration of an new Windows 2000 System. It uses a tutorial method for instructing the user who has the task of installing Windows 2000 or upgrading to Windows 2000 with an emphasis on the new features.

Topics covered include:
-- Installation
-- Windows 2000 Interface
-- File Services
-- IntelliMirror
-- Profiles
-- Client Services
-- Dial-Up Connectivity
-- Printing
-- Working with Services
-- The Microsoft Management Console
-- Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics
-- Programming Tools
-- Internet and Intranet Functionality
-- Security
-- Internet Information Server
-- Microsoft Internet Service

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Getting Started
Architecture and Boot Process
Installing Windows 2000 Server

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Barrie Sosinsky PhD., the Chief Analyst and Founder of the Sosinsky Group has written or contributed to over 35 technical books and 400 articles, and is a contributing editor for Windows 2000 Magazine and the founding editor of Storage Update newsletter. He follows the network operating system, storage, server, and enterprise application fields closely.

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