Using Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

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Que Publishing, 2000 - Computers - 1506 pages
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Special Edition Using Windows 2000 Professional explores the synergy between Windows 2000 Professional and the corporate and Windows power users' desktop. Windows 2000 Professional is aimed directly at the power user who values the security, stability and networking capabilities of Windows 2000 alongside the ease and familiarity of the Windows 9x user interface. SE Using Windows 2000 covers upgrading from Windows 9x and Windows NT 4, working with the enhanced Windows 2000 interface, setting up Internet connections, configuring network security, working remotely, "Internetworking" with Windows 2000 Server, Windows 9x, Linux, Novell and Macintosh. Also includes extensive coverage of networking (including Virtual Private Networks) customizing the Windows interface and working with the Windows 2000 Registry.

 

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Contents

Introducing Windows 2000 Professional
10
Nutshell
14
INTRODUCING WINDOWS 2000
19
What Is Not in Windows 2000
46
THE DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE
54
Windows 2000
68
Architecture Close Up
74
Extensibility
82
Printing and Faxing
700
Instant Networking
705
Installing Networking Wiring
712
Connecting Three or More
719
Network Security
730
Using a Windows 2000 Network
737
Managing Network Resources Using
791
Remote and Mobile Networking
797

The Design and Architecture of Windows 2000
84
Protecting Against
95
Getting Your Hardware and Software Ready for Windows 2000
98
Installing Windows 2000
123
Disk Partitioning Tips
135
Upgrading Over an Existing Operating
143
Running Setup
150
Getting Your Work Done
153
Using the Windows 2000 Interface
155
Using Windows 2000Interface
160
Using the Help System
184
Troubleshooting
190
Organizing Your Work
193
Managing Your Start Button Menus
199
Organizing Your Files and Folders
205
Folder Display Options
221
Using the Simple Supplied Applications
245
Paint
254
Windows Media Player
278
Sharing Data Between Applications
287
Using ClipBook Viewer
295
Object Linking and Embedding
302
Troubleshooting
315
Printing and Faxing with Windows 2000
319
About Printer Drivers
322
Changing a Printers Properties
333
Removing a Printer from the Printers
339
Given Printer
345
Troubleshooting
357
Font Management
361
Windows 2000 and the Internet
391
Internet and TCPIP Connection Options
393
Installing a Modem in Windows 2000
411
Configuring a HighSpeed
421
Troubleshooting a New Internet
427
World Wide Web
431
Internet Explorer 5 Quick Tour
434
Dealing with Multimedia Browsing
441
Customizing the Browser and Setting
449
Email
465
Creating and Sending New Mail
477
Handling Unique Mail Situations
487
Troubleshooting
493
Newgroups
497
Newsgroup Safety
507
Newsgroups
513
Using NetMeeting
515
Systems Requirements and Platform
522
General Points About Connecting
528
Internet Diagnosis Tools
545
WebBased Utilities
564
Pinging with
574
Creating Web Pages
575
Selling Online
596
Troubleshooting
603
Using Internet Information Services to Host
608
Virtual Folder
610
Determining Which IIS Services
616
Taking a Quick Tour
622
WebSite 607
624
Sharing Folders Through Explorer
629
Security Issues for Internet Services
636
Networking
643
Overview of Windows 2000 Networking
645
The Many Faces of Windows 2000
665
Planning Your Windows 2000 Pro Network
677
Planning for Adequate Capacity
683
Choosing a Network and Cabling
690
Offline Folders
817
Web Folders and Web Printing
830
Multiple LAN Connections
842
Connecting Your LAN to the Internet
847
the Internet
848
Getting the Equipment Installed
870
Configuring Direct HighSpeed
880
Networking Mix and Match
885
Internetworking with UNIX
900
Internetworking with Macintosh
915
Internetworking Over DialUp and
923
The Hosts
929
Network Security
931
Your Lines of Defense
938
Preparation for Recovery
961
Troubleshooting Your Network
977
Testing Network Throughput
989
System Configuration and Customization
993
Tweaking the GUI
995
Desktop Themes
1007
Which Windows Are You Using?
1017
Troubleshooting
1023
Customizing via Control Panel Applets
1027
Maintaining and Optimizing System
1031
the List
1038
Phone and Modem Options
1055
Power Options
1063
Regional Options
1069
Transferring
1079
Performance
1081
Adding and Removing Hardware
1084
Using the Computer Management
1095
Updating Device Drivers
1102
Installing a UPS
1110
Configuring the Program
1118
Troubleshooting
1138
System Administration and System Maintenance
1143
System Management and Configuration Tools
1145
Computer Management Tool
1154
Microsoft Management Console
1161
Protecting the Workstations System
1168
Performance Monitor
1176
Troubleshooting
1187
Managing Users
1193
Users on a Workgroup LAN
1202
Users on a Domain LAN
1211
Troubleshooting
1221
Managing the Hard Disk
1225
How It Works How
1254
Backup Tools and Strategies
1261
Strategies
1274
ThirdParty Management Tools
1280
Quieting
1289
OS Mix and Match
1291
The Windows 2000 Boot Loader
1297
Professional
1307
Windows 2000 Windows NT 4 0
1314
Macintosh and Windows
1324
The Registry
1331
Using Regedit
1344
Advanced Registry Editing with
1350
Power
1358
Windows Script Host
1361
VBScript Functions
1373
VBScript Objects
1382
Index
1411
Copyright

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Bob Cowart has written more Windows books than any other author in the world. (Over 1 million copies sold!) He has written features and reviews for PC Week, PC World, Mac World, A+, and Microsoft Systems Journal. He has appeared on the PBS TV series Computer Chronicles and has taught at the University of California San Francisco. As a consultant, he specializes in custom database programming, networking, and systems installation. He has authored 32 books including several bestsellers such as Mastering Windows and Windows NT Unleashed.

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