Windows 2000 Administration

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Mcgraw-hill, Jan 1, 2000 - Computers - 634 pages
Practical help for building and administering Windows 2000 systems Windows 2000 Administration, by George Spalding, MCSE, is the only handbook you need to install, configure, and manage Windows 2000-based networks. This practical desktop reference guarantees you in-depth coverage of every area critical to a network administrator: security, optimization, backup, registry and zero administration windows. You get a Windows 2000 overview and hands-on guidance for Active Directory implementation...Windows 2000 server administration...administering legacy clients...backup procedures and recovery tools...planning your NT 4.0 domain model for migration to Windows 2000...and more. Troubleshooting tips show you how to diagnose and solve specific problems. Key information affecting performance is highlighted, and a Web link puts more information, including actual code, at your fingertips.

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George Spalding, MCSE, MCT, Master CNE, CNI, (St. Paul, MN) has spent the last two years training other NT professionals to become certified. He is a regular contributor to Windows NT Magazine and speaks at all major NT-related conferences. World-renowned author and lecturer Mark Minasi often debates with George at these shows. Mark Minasi often refers to George Spalding as "the second best NT instruction in the country"--after himself of course.

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