Windows 2000 User Managementby Lori Sanders
The purpose of Windows 2000 User Management is to provide a comprehensive, practical guide to managing users and their desktop environments with Windows 2000. The book is divided into three sections. The first is an overview of the new capabilities Windows 2000 offers for user and resource management, plus an overview of the Active Directory, domain models, and security mechanism available. The next section covers all aspects of user management-creation of users, bulk tools, migrations, from other directory structures, groups, and planning for efficient use of groups. The final section deals with managing the user's environment through the use of profiles, group policy objects, and the functions Microsoft has grouped and marketed as Intellimirror-client-side caching, single instance storage, remote boot and MSI.
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