NT 5: The Next Revolution

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Coriolis Group Books, 1998 - Computers - 427 pages
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-- Provides information systems managers and administrators the premiere look into the planning and deployment of Microsoft's NT 5 operating system.
-- Details the ideas and architecture represented by NT 5, including a survey of NT 5's new features and capabilities, analysis and expert advice for deploying the operating system in a corporate atmosphere.
-- Highlights critical new abilities provided by the powerful NT 5 operating system in directory services, distributed application deployment, NTFS, messaging (including the new Message Queue Server), and more!
-- Presents a comprehensive comparison between NT 5, NT 4, Windows 95, and Unix.
-- Details critical NT 5 upgrade, deployment, and planning issues for the corporate enterprise.

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Introduction xvii
The Reality
Microsofts Plans Until
HighEnd Markets
Whats In The Cards For The Future? 42
From WINS To DDNS 243
A Whole
Its All In Your Point Of View 80
From Domains To Trees 197
The Basic Philosophy Of Active Directory 207
A RevolutionWith Few Changes To The Basic
How NT 5 0s Security System Works 232
How To Remove The IP Headache
The Transition To Active Directory 265
Migrating From The Old NT 4 0 Domains 271
The Vision Of The Future 309

Know Your LDAP 88
Introducing The Tools For
Better Scalability
Scalability 118
The Success Of NT 5 0 In The Future 125
Daily User Administration 157
The Same Network Client? 179
Extra Security On Network Packets 185
MoreTAPI 188
NTFS Version 5 325
Focus On Backup Facilities 338
The Many Old
Can Little News Be Good News? 383
Revolution At A Price 399
Appendix A Migration From NDS
Index 413

About the author (1998)

Nielsen is a Product Manager with a major Danish computer firm

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