If you're new to Windows 2000 Server or to networks in general, fear not, because using a network is not beyond anyone's wits or abilities it's mostly a matter of using a language that ordinary people can understand.
Windows 2000 Server For Dummies covers new Web-enabled network features and Active Directory administration for Windows 2000 in plain language. It's full of easy-to-understand instructions that enable you to find your way around a Windows 2000 Server-based network and...
• Grasp basic networking concepts and terminology
• Understand network design, layout principles, and installation configurations
• Review software components common on Windows 2000-based networks
• Install and configure Windows 2000 Server
• Manage users and groups on a Windows 2000-based network
• Conduct a review of network security principles and practices to protect your data from accidental loss or vandalism
• Troubleshoot common causes of trouble on Windows 2000-based networks
|Series:||For Dummies Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.98(d)|
About the Author
Ed Tittel, Mary T. Madden, and James Michael Stewart are coauthors of Windows NT Server 4 For Dummies®.