Active Directory For Dummies

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* Playing an integral role in the Windows Server administration, Active Directory (AD) allows users to configure groups, implement network security, create and enforce network policies, and more
* This friendly introduction to AD provides system administrators with the basics of AD and points them in the right direction for setting up a network schema, helping them avoid common AD mistakes that can undermine network security
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Overview


* Playing an integral role in the Windows Server administration, Active Directory (AD) allows users to configure groups, implement network security, create and enforce network policies, and more
* This friendly introduction to AD provides system administrators with the basics of AD and points them in the right direction for setting up a network schema, helping them avoid common AD mistakes that can undermine network security
* New material includes coverage of security improvements, significant user interface changes, and updates to the AD scripting engine, password policies, accidental object deletion protection, and more
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764506598
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/28/2000
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 408
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Meet the Author

Steve Clines, MCSE, MCT, has worked as an IT architect and engineer at EDS for over 18 years. He has worked on deployments of more than 100,000 seats for both Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange Server. Steve is the author of MCSE Designing a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure For Dummies, which is a study guide for the 70-219 MCP exam. He also maintains the Confessions of an IT Geek blog at http://itgeek.steveco.net.

Marcia Loughry, MCSE and MCP+I, is a Senior Infrastructure Specialist with a large IT firm in Dallas, Texas. She is president of the Plano, Texas BackOffice User Group (PBUG) and a member of Women in Technology International. Marcia received her MCSE in NT 3.51 in 1997 and completed requirements for the NT 4.0 track in 1998.
Marcia has extensive experience working with Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0 in enterprises of all sizes. She is assigned to some of her firm’s largest customers in designing NT solutions and integrating UNIX and NetWare environments with NT.

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Table of Contents

Pt. I Getting Started 5

Ch. 1 Understanding Active Directory 7

Ch. 2 Analyzing Requirements for Active Directory 23

Ch. 3 Designing an Active Directory Implementation Plan 41

Pt. II Planning and Deploying with Active Directory Domain Services 53

Ch. 4 Playing the Name Game 55

Ch. 5 Creating a Logical Structure 71

Ch. 6 Getting Physical 83

Ch. 7 Ready to Deploy! 103

Pt. III New Active Directory Features 127

Ch. 8 AD LDS: Active Directory on a Diet 129

Ch. 9 Federating Active Directory 141

Ch. 10 AD Certificate Services and Rights Management Services 157

Pt. IV Managing Active Directory 173

Ch. 11 Managing Users, Groups, and Other Objects 175

Ch. 12 Managing Active Directory Replication 203

Ch. 13 Schema-ing! 219

Ch. 14 Managing Security with Active Directory Domain Services 233

Ch. 15 Maintaining Active Directory 253

Pt. V The Part of Tens 271

Ch. 16 The Ten Most Important Active Directory Design Points 273

Ch. 17 Ten Cool Web Sites for Active Directory Info 279

Ch. 18 Ten Troubleshooting Tips for Active Directory 285

Pt. VI Appendixes 291

App. A Windows 2008 AD Command Line Tools 293

App. B Glossary 305

Index 315

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