Migrating to Windows 2000 Server

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Migrating to Windows 2000 Server is the essential resource for anyone migrating an NT network to Microsoft's latest network operating system. Inside, two Windows 2000 experts walk you through all aspects of migration, helping you avoid problems and—just as important—take full advantage of all the new and ...
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Overview

Migrating to Windows 2000 Server is the essential resource for anyone migrating an NT network to Microsoft's latest network operating system. Inside, two Windows 2000 experts walk you through all aspects of migration, helping you avoid problems and—just as important—take full advantage of all the new and improved features in Windows 2000. Coverage includes:
  • Understanding basic migration issues
  • Working with Active Directory
  • Installing Windows 2000
  • Understanding Windows 2000 files
  • Setting up host name resolution
  • Getting the most out of your network's physical attributes
  • Deploying Windows 2000 group policies
  • Setting up Windows 2000 Remote Access
  • Installing applications under Windows 2000
  • Migrating specific domains
  • Installing and using Terminal Services
  • Tailoring MMC tools for your specific uses
  • Securing your network again malicious intruders
  • Recovering from disasters
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Moving from NT to Windows 2000 is a big job. This book will help you cut it down to size. You'll find practical guidance on designing your Windows 2000 network in light of your existing infrastructure; introducing Active Directory; upgrading NT4 domains; working with Windows 2000 file systems; name resolution in Windows 2000 and mixed environments; establishing policies; providing for remote access; centralized software installation and packaging; securing your network; planning disaster recovery; and more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782126600
  • Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/28/2000
  • Pages: 528
  • Product dimensions: 7.55 (w) x 8.99 (h) x 1.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Windows 2000
Chapter 2: Windows 2000 Migration Prerequisites
Chapter 3: Introducing Active Directory
Chapter 4: Installing Windows 2000
Chapter 5: Windows 2000 File Systems
Chapter 6: Name Resolution/IP Address Management
Chapter 7: Physical Considerations of Active Directory
Chapter 8: Windows 2000 Group Policy Objects
Chapter 9: Remote Access
Chapter 10: Deploying Software Using Windows 2000
Chapter 11: Migrating Domains
Chapter 12: Administering Windows 2000
Chapter 13: Active Directory Components
Chapter 14: Disaster Recovery
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