Windows 2000 Server Bible
Whether you just want to get a handle on what's new in Windows 2000 Server or are responsible for migrating from Windows NT to Windows 2000, this book's got your system administration needs covered. With this guide's extensive coverage of Active Directory, you'll find out how to manage users, groups, servers, and network security. Use this expert advice to optimize and manage your file-sharing effectively and take advantage of this operating system's revolutionary Web-enhanced technologies.
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Windows 2000 Server Architecture
Introducing Active Directory
The Elements of Active Directory
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Active Directory administration allow applications assigned auditing authentication automatically backup cache certificate Chapter client components configure connection console create database default device DHCP DHCP server dialog box directory service discussed DNS server domain controller domain name drive dynamic enable encryption environment example Figure file system folder Group Policy hard disk hardware host name install interface Internet IP address IPSec Kerberos L2TP LDAP logon machine mci ty Microsoft monitor MS-CHAP name server namespace NetBIOS NNTP NTFS object operating system password perform permissions port printer protocol provides query registry remote access Removable Storage replication request right-click root route router Select this option share SMTP snap-in specify stored subnet TCP/IP Terminal Services update user account virtual folder volume Windows 2000 Server Windows NT wizard workstation zone