Windows 2000 Performance Tuning and Optimization

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Get peak performance from your Windows 2000 enterprise network!

Take advantage of all the expanded features of Windows 2000—and improve system performance—by learning how to configure and tune your system effectively. Written by Windows NT/2000 experts, this hands-on resource will show you how to properly design and scale system hardware, memory, disk, and network functions to meet the specific needs of your ...

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Overview

Get peak performance from your Windows 2000 enterprise network!

Take advantage of all the expanded features of Windows 2000—and improve system performance—by learning how to configure and tune your system effectively. Written by Windows NT/2000 experts, this hands-on resource will show you how to properly design and scale system hardware, memory, disk, and network functions to meet the specific needs of your environment. You'll get sound, practical advice for optimizing key Windows 2000 subsystems and Microsoft BackOffice components—including security, Active Directory, SQL Server 2000, IIS 5, Exchange 2000 Server, and much more. Learn ways to improve system performance, prevent bottlenecks, and discover undocumented methods to reduce overall network and system downtime. For getting the most out of the Windows 2000 and Microsoft BackOffice environment, this is the only resource you need.

  • Use capacity planning to design reliable and scalable Windows 2000 networks
  • Boost Windows 2000 subsystems and application performance
  • Proactively identify and minimize critical system bottlenecks and reduce downtime
  • Optimize IIS 5 and Terminal Services
  • Tweak Active Directory and replication services
  • Learn practical techniques for using performance-tuning tools
  • Add and configure critical resources through the Registry
  • Tune BackOffice components: SQL Server 2000 and Exchange 2000 Server
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Top Ten Performance Tips
1 Understanding Your Windows 2000 Environment 3
2 Capacity Planning 37
3 Hardware Architectures and Planning 75
4 Sizing and Designing a Windows 2000 Environment 155
5 Fault Tolerance and Disaster Recovery Planning 195
6 Boosting Memory Performance 231
7 Optimizing the Disk Subsystem 283
8 Maximizing Network Subsystem Performance 343
9 Boosting Active Directory Performance 399
10 Boosting Replication Performance 451
11 Balancing Security and Performance 529
12 Tweaking Client Performance 573
13 Fine-tuning Printing 625
14 Tuning with the Registry 655
15 Internet Information Server 701
16 SQL Optimization 751
17 Optimizing Exchange 2000 Server 809
18 Maximizing Terminal Services 867
App. A A New Look at the Powerful System Monitor 895
App. B: Sources of Windows 2000 Information 923
App. C: About the CD 931
Index 933
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