Inside Active Directory: A System Administrator's Guide

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Addison-Wesley Professional, 2002 - Computers - 927 pages
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Contents

BACKGROUND SKILLS
4
Installation of Windows 2000 and Active Directory
67
CORE SKILLS
122
Securing Active Directory
203
Sites and Replication
307
Domains and Forests
419
Group Policy
503
Chapters Active Directory Schema
581
Schema Access
801
Configuration Information
822
Access Control Lists
832
OU Group and Computer Management
856
ADSI without Active Directory
862
Additional Techniques
870
Using ADO
888
Conclusion
903

Extending the Schema
641
Concepts
697
ADSI Examples
761

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Sakari Kouti, M.S. (Tech), is a senior trainer and consultant for Sovelto, the leading training company in Finland. He started working with networks in 1986 and his articles have appeared in Windows NT Magazine (now Windows and .NET Magazine). Sakari was one of the first MCSEs in the world back in 1994.

Mika Seitsonen is a senior trainer at Sovelto. His network experience spans more than ten years, and he was one of the first MCSE: Security on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 certified persons in the world. Mika was awarded MVP Directory Services in 2004 and holds an M.S. (Tech) from University of Nottingham (U.K.) and Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland).



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