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Whether you support 50 users or 5000, this indispensable guide provides fast answers for the day-to-day administration of Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional. This popular, pocket-sized resource has been fully updated with new information on security, interoperability with Windows XP Professional, and the latest service packs. Use it to zero in on essential system support issues and procedures—gleaning critical details through quick-reference tables, step-by-step instructions, and lists. It’s the precise information you need to solve problems and get the job done—whether you’re at your desk or in the field!
Get fast facts to:
- Manage workstations and servers, and automate routine tasks
- Learn core tools and techniques for managing Active Directory® service
- Control access to files, folders, and shared network resources
- Set up and support printers and print servers
- Install, configure, and test TCP/IP networking
- Configure and optimize DHCP, WINS, and DNS
- Implement and troubleshoot system and network security
- Protect, back up, and recover data
- Monitor and tune system performance
- Manage domain-wide roles and global catalogs
About the Author
William R. Stanek is a Microsoft MVP with 20+ years of experience in systems management and advanced programming. He is an award-winning author who’s written more than 100 books, including Windows Server 2012 Pocket Consultant and Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Pocket Consultant.
Table of Contents
|Part I||Microsoft Windows 2000 Administration Fundamentals|
|1||Overview of Microsoft Windows 2000 Administration||3|
|2||Managing Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstations and Servers||17|
|3||Monitoring Processes, Services, and Events||39|
|4||Automating Administrative Tasks, Policies, and Procedures||71|
|Part II||Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Service Administration|
|5||Using Active Directory||105|
|6||Core Active Directory Administration||125|
|7||Understanding User and Group Accounts||149|
|8||Creating User and Group Accounts||177|
|9||Managing Existing User and Group Accounts||203|
|Part III||Microsoft Windows 2000 Data Administration|
|10||Managing File Systems and Drives||233|
|11||Administering Volume Sets and RAID Arrays||265|
|12||Managing Files and Directories||283|
|13||Data Sharing, Security, and Auditing||303|
|14||Data Backup and Recovery||343|
|Part IV||Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Administration|
|15||Managing TCP/IP Networking||387|
|16||Administering Network Printers and Print Services||407|
|17||Running DHCP Clients and Servers||433|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
You simply can't go wrong with William Stanek. His stuff is always accurate, useful, and to the point. I've been an admin since 1996. His books have taught me everything I know. Incredibly helpful and highly recommended.
Windows 2000 Administrators Pocket Consultant is the one W2k book I reach for more than any other. It has all the practical stuff you need to admin, and is surprisingly complete when it comes to the stuff you do every day. I highly recommend this book even if you already have several other W2k books on your desk.
Robert Stanek's lastest edition of his excellent Windows 2000 Pocket Consultant series continues his tradition of bringing solid tech information in an easy to read format. His books are the only computer books that I actually read from cover to cover. I've purchased every edition of his Pocket Consultant books since the Windows NT Pocket Consultant and have found very useful information in every book. I often buy several copies so that I have them wherever I am. I bought 4 copies of this one (one for the office, one for home, one for the car when I'm out at client sites and one for the our company library so everyone would stop stealing my copy). I am a MCSE and a Microsoft MVP. I work in tech support handling local user base and remote offices. I answer technical questions in support forums and regularly recommend Stanek's Windows 2000 Pocket Consultant book to people who are experiencing problems or have questions. This is the book that made me wonder how come all those other technical books make getting answers and finding truly useful information such a difficult and confusing task. I nod my head in understanding when someone tells me they waded through hundreds of pages in another book looking for answers, gave up and then found the answer in this book in a few minutes. Stanek's writing style makes reading the book a pleasure. Depth of content gives you a feeling of satisfaction that you've covered the subject thoroughly and gained a very clear understanding. This is followed up with steps or procedures to implement. This is the book by which I judge the quality of other books on Windows 2000 topics, and I have yet to find one that contained something this book didn't tell you and nowhere near as clearly or comprehensively. I have not yet needed to look at another book on Windows 2000 and don't think I ever will.