Migrating to Windows 2000 For Dummies

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The word "migrating" conjures images of pioneers carrying their worldly belongings over rough terrain to reach a better place. The same term applies when talking about switching from one server system to another. The administrator in charge of the migration bears the dubious task of moving legacy applications, client profiles, and security measures to a new, sometimes hostile, system. Migrating To Windows NT For Dummies helps administrators burdened with this task by taking them step-by-step through the process ...
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Overview

The word "migrating" conjures images of pioneers carrying their worldly belongings over rough terrain to reach a better place. The same term applies when talking about switching from one server system to another. The administrator in charge of the migration bears the dubious task of moving legacy applications, client profiles, and security measures to a new, sometimes hostile, system. Migrating To Windows NT For Dummies helps administrators burdened with this task by taking them step-by-step through the process of migrating to the world's fastest growing network operating system. Readers will escape hours of headaches with simple guidance on planning the migration, using a gateway service, reconfiguring clients, adjusting for the Internet, and fine tuning the final product. This book also looks at the migration tools designed to simplify the task and provides a Windows NT primer for administrators working with that server for the first time. In the end, Migrating To Windows NT For Dummies makes migration less like a three-month journey in a covered wagon and more like a smooth flight in first-class.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764504594
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/15/1999
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 360
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction.
Part I: Preparing for the Big Move.
Chapter 1: Introducing Windows 2000 Server.
Chapter 2: Developing Your Migration Strategy.
Chapter 3: Integrating UNIX Platforms into Your Windows 2000 Network.
Part II: You Can Get There from Here.
Chapter 4: Migrating from Peer-to-Peer Networks.
Chapter 5: Making the Move from Windows NT 4.0.
Chapter 6: Migrate or Integrate: Deciding What to Do with NetWare.
Part III: Navigating and Administering Windows 2000.
Chapter 7: Getting a Handle on the Windows 2000 Server User Interface.
Chapter 8: Finding Your Way Through the Active Directory Maze.
Chapter 9: Using Group Policies to Manage Your Network.
Chapter 10: Implementing Strong Security.
Part IV: Flexing Windows 2000's New Muscle.
Chapter 11: Installing and Using Active Directory.
Chapter 12: Understanding Windows 2000's Distributed File System (Dfs).
Chapter 13: Taking Your Seat at the Microsoft Management Console.
Chapter 14: Making the Most of Windows 2000 Terminal Services.
Part V: Deploying Windows 2000.
Chapter 15: Managing Your Hardware Resources.
Chapter 16: Looking Into Your IntelliMirror.
Chapter 17: Deploying Windows 2000 Professional Workstations.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten Steps to Better Security.
Chapter 19: Ten Essential Administrative Tips.
Chapter 20: Ten Tips for Easier Installation.
Appendix: About the CD.
Index.
End-User License Agreement.
Installation Instructions.
Book Registration Information.
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