Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Distributed Systems Guide

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Microsoft Press, 2002 - Computers - 1712 pages
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Get in-depth technical information for implementing and troubleshooting Active Directory "RM" services, security, and enterprise technologies such as distributed file systems and clustering in Windows 2000 Server -- straight from the Windows 2000 product development team. Part of the official Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit, this 1600-page guide is now available separately for IT professionals focused on Windows 2000 distributed systems. Coverage includes using Active Directory services to centrally manage users, groups, security, and network resources; resolving names in Active Directory and extending the schema; performing multimaster replication; deploying distributed security technologies, including authentication, access control, and encryption services; using Windows Clustering to balance server load and maximize availability; and other vital topics. The CD-ROM contains essential tools and utilities, along with a fully searchable eBook.

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Will Willis - MCSE, A+ Certified Technician, Network+, B.A. is a MIS Director/Network Manager in Texas. Will has co-authored eight books and scores of technical articles to date. He has also written practice exams and tech edited many titles.

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