Windows 2000 System Administrator's Black Book with CDROM

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Windows 2000 Systems Administrator's Black Book is a must-have reference for system administrators and IS professionals who install, configure, and support workstations and servers on Windows 2000 networks, and who require a detailed guide to Windows 2000 security, start-up and shut-down, disk and file systems management, networking, Internet Information Server, and the Active Directory. Windows 2000 Systems Administrator's Black Book provides details of the upgrade process from Windows NT 4 and discusses ...
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Overview

Windows 2000 Systems Administrator's Black Book is a must-have reference for system administrators and IS professionals who install, configure, and support workstations and servers on Windows 2000 networks, and who require a detailed guide to Windows 2000 security, start-up and shut-down, disk and file systems management, networking, Internet Information Server, and the Active Directory. Windows 2000 Systems Administrator's Black Book provides details of the upgrade process from Windows NT 4 and discusses integrating Netware servers and Apple Macintoshes with a Windows 2000 network. The accomapanying CD-ROM includes all example projects from the book, code for managing the Windows 2000 Directory, and command line scripts that can be adapted by readers for their own use.


A must-have manual for those who develop and support Windows 2000 networks which details the basic steps needed to install 2000 and have the system working on your network, including integrating Netware servers and Apple Macintoshs. Provides coverage of both Windows 2000 Workstation and Server, with details of the upgrade process from Windows 2000.

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Administering Windows 2000 systems -- servers and/or desktops? Could you use a book with roughly 275 specific, step-by-step solutions to the problems you're most likely to encounter? What if it also came with in-depth discussions of every key aspect of installing, configuring, and managing Windows 2000, from Active Directory through tuning? What if the authors each had world-class reputations for Windows enterprise expertise? Sold yet? Here's the book: Windows 2000 Systems Administrator's Black Book.

The book covers the waterfront: architecture, migration, services, networking, the Microsoft Management Console, the Registry, IntelliMirror, data protection, printing, security, application support, and much more.

What do you need to do today? Create an answer file to automate Windows 2000 installation? Move your paging file to a larger, faster drive? Create a trust relationship? Set disk quotas? Install services for the Macintosh? Create a roaming user profile? Create a trace log? Change the priority of an active process? Install OS-specific printer drivers? Encrypt a folder? Display a warning screen before logon? It's all here. There's simply no faster route to the Windows 2000 answers you're looking for. (Bill Camarda)

Bill Camarda is a consultant and writer with nearly 20 years' experience in helping technology companies deploy and market advanced software, computing, and networking products and services. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks For Dummies®, Second Edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781576102688
  • Publisher: Coriolis Group
  • Publication date: 7/27/2000
  • Series: Black Book Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 752
  • Product dimensions: 7.31 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Meet the Author


Stu Sjowerman is the executive vice president of SunbeltSoftware, Inc.and the primary system operator for the MCSE and NTSYSADMINmailing lists.

Barry Shilmover owns a consulting company in the Alberta areathat services Internet, intranet and security components of networks. Barry,an MCSE +I, teaches courses in Windows NT, Exchange, Web Servers, and Novellat Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary.

James Michael Stewart (Austin, TX) is the "handler" for an NT Forum on the Softbank ForumsWeb site, and the leader of the NT Study Group for the Central Texas LANAssociation, and co-author of several books.

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Chapter 1: Windows 2000 Architecture and Overview

Over the past few years, the world has been transformed by the proliferation of computing devices-from networks to handheld assistants-and the explosion of the Internet. Microsoft has endeavored to stay at the forefront of this tidal wave by producing ever more advanced operating systems to take advantage of the new technologies and provide users with the broadest range of resourceaccess capabilities possible. Microsoft's latest operating system manifestation is Windows 2000, which boasts the strengths of Windows NT and Windows 98, combined with many new technologies and features. This new network operating system offers a solid platform for building communication and informationdelivery systems of all sizes.

Windows 2000 Product Family

Microsoft has once again defined the standard against which all other operating systems are judged and all third-party vendors must compete. The Windows 2000 product family has four current members: Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Advanced Server, and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. Although all are based on a common core, each version has specific features and components designed to support its unique purpose. Windows 2000 offers solid solutions for standalone systems and global networks alike.

Although Windows 2000 is the latest release from Microsoft, it is by no means the only or the last. Microsoft has definitive goals to provide full-featured operating systems for every computing device imaginable. Currently, Microsoft offers products for handheld devices to high-end server clusters (see Table 1.1).

Windows 2000 Professional

Windows 2000 Professional is designed primarily to serve as a client on a Windows 2000 network. However, it can also serve as a client on other networks, including Windows NT and NetWare, or it can function as a standalone system for isolated professional or personal home use. Windows 2000 Professional replaces Windows NT 4.0 Workstation as the network client of choice from Microsoft. This version of Windows 2000 is tuned to maximize performance for foreground applications and Internet resource access. It offers a platform rich in multimedia support (audio and video), full support for Internet standards, and an intuitive layout and control scheme, all without sacrificing high performance, reliability, and security control.

Windows 2000 Server

Windows 2000 Server is designed to function as a network server in a Windows 2000 domain. It can be deployed as a domain controller or a member server. As a domain controller, the first Windows 2000 Server in a network establishes the domain and its Active Directory. All subsequent Windows 2000 Server domain controllers become peers in supporting the domain and its Active Directory. As a member server, Windows 2000 Server can support a wide range of applications and services, including, but not limited to, file sharing, printer sharing, and Internet Information Services (IIS) hosting (Web, FI'P, email, and newsgroups). This version of Windows 2000 is tuned to maximize the performance of network services for a growing user base. It offers a stable platform for hosting network applications and sharing various resources (such as files, printers, and Internet access).

Windows 2000 Server was designed to create and support a primarily Windows 2000 network; however, it is backward compatible with Windows NT...

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Windows 2000 Architecture and Overview
Chapter 2: Comparing Windows 2000 to Windows NT
Chapter 3: Active Directory
Chapter 4: Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000 Migration
Chapter 5: Windows 2000 Installation
Chapter 6: Windows 2000 Configuration
Chapter 7: Windows 2000 File Systems
Chapter 8: Windows 2000 Networking
Chapter 9: The Windows 2000 Boot Process
Chapter 10: Windows 2000 Administration Tools
Chapter 11: Windows 2000 Registry: Structure, Editing, and Important Keys
Chapter 12: Fault Tolerance and Recovery
Chapter 13: IntelliMirror
Chapter 14: Scripting and Automation
Chapter 15: Tuning and Optimization
Chapter 16: Managing Applications
Chapter 17: Providing Print Services
Chapter 18: Security
Chapter 19: Remote Access and Windows 2000
Chapter 20: Troubleshooting Windows 2000
Appendix A: Windows 2000 Resources
Appendix B: CD Contents
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