Windows 2000 Administration

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Computers - 634 pages
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Implement and manage Microsoft's revolutionary directory-enabled platform.

Plan, deploy, and administer Windows 2000 in your enterprise. Windows 2000 Administration offers expert advice on all installation, migration, and management issues and provides in-depth details on Windows 2000 features, including the Active Directory, Microsoft Management Console (MMC), and Intellimirror. You'll also get complete information on the new security, backup, and disaster recovery options. No network administrator should be without this essential guide.

  • Install, configure, and deploy essential Windows 2000 network services, such as Dynamic DNS and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • Manage a secure, distributed network using the Active Directory
  • Create and organize AD objects - domains, organizational units (OUs), users, groups, computers, printers, and shared folders
  • Implement the Windows 2000 NTFSv5 File System and the Storage Management features
  • Take advantage of centralized deployment and administration features--offline folders, remote OS install, and the Group Policy-based controls of Intellimirror
  • Administer the entire enterprise from within the MMC
  • Enable remote access with Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS)
  • Secure your network using Kerberos v5, file encryption, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) support, and Windows File Protection
  • Backup to Zip drives, CDs, other hard drives or volumes, and tapes

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George Spalding, MCSE, MCT, Master CNE, CNI, (St. Paul, MN) has spent the last two years training other NT professionals to become certified. He is a regular contributor to Windows NT Magazine and speaks at all major NT-related conferences. World-renowned author and lecturer Mark Minasi often debates with George at these shows. Mark Minasi often refers to George Spalding as "the second best NT instruction in the country"--after himself of course.

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