0 Microsoft licensed ADMT from Mission Critical. 0 ADMT is a graphical tool, equipped with wizards, that can test and implement migrations of user and computer objects from a Windows NT or 2000 domain to an Active Directory Windows 2000 ...
Updated coverage of the most confusing Windows 2000 component in this new edition of a Syngress bestseller. Active Directory Services dramatically changes the way IT professionals design, plan, configure and administer their Windows NT networks. The primary benefits of Active Directory Services are its extensibility, scalability, and ease of management as compared to prior generations of Windows NT. Systems Engineers will probably spend much of their time over the next several years planning for and deploying Active Directory Services in many different environments. Windows 2000 Active Directory, Second Edition gives IT professionals a head start; it provides updated coverage of everything they will need to succeed. Many Windows 2000 administrators are struggling with Active Directory and need a comprehensive book on the subject The first completely updated book on Active Directory to hit the market
Active Directory Services for Windows 2000 Technical Reference . Microsoft Press . Redmond , WA , 2000. ISBN 0-73560624-2 . This book is a solid reference for planning and deploying AD networks . Although coverage of Group Policy is ...
Author: Peter Bruzzese
Publisher: Que Publishing
The Smartest Way to Get Certified(TM)- Published under the direction of Series Editor Ed Tittel, the leading authority on certification and the founder of The Exam Cram Method(TM) series - Nearly 1 million copies sold!- The Exam Cram Method(TM) of study focuses on exactly what is needed to get certified now.- CD-ROM features PrepLogic(TM) Practice Tests- Exam Cram2 is Cramsession(TM) Approved Study Material
It is important to note that this is only the case if the Windows 2000 DCs are running in mixed - mode . After they have been switched to run in Native Mode , no integration is possible between Active Directory and the Windows NT 4.0 ...
Author: Edgar Brovick
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Annotation Windows 2000 is one of most anticipated software releases in history and is a realization of a vision for desktop computing that Microsoft has been articulating for the past six years. The keystone and most eagerly anticipated new feature in the new administrative power inherent in the Windows 2000 Active Directory (AD). Windows 2000 Active Directory will provide the ideal foundation for achieving synergy between information about users, network infrastructure elements, and applications. Active Directory will provide the means to manage the entire network infrastructure from a single application. Active Directory will be a huge stumbling block for most administrators who need to get Windows 2000 up and running. Windows 2000 Active Directory will offer hands-on insight into the workings of the new and complex world of Active Directory. Through the use of case studies, troubleshooting tips, check lists, mitigation recommendations, and technological explanations, the reader will receive the expert advice of experienced authors and beta testers.
... the Delegation of Control Wizard”: www.microsoft.com/windows2000/ techinfo/planning/activedirectory/delegsteps.asp. Not being able to delegate administrative control is one of the things I most lament about Windows NT 4.0 domains ...
Eliminate the hassles of Active Directory - install Windows 2000 without it! Windows 2000 is undoubtedly a great product. In one year after its release, Microsoft have sold have sold 10 million licenses. System administrators are praising its impressive abilities to coordinate Internet, intranet, extranets, and management applications creating a complete technical infrastructure. However, there has been a noticeable amount of organizations that are avoiding one of the most talked about features of Windows 2000 - Active Directory. The industry buzz is that Active Directory (although a great product) is a burden to implement and install and is not compatible with non Windows products like Solaris, NetWare and Linux. Configuring Windows 2000 WITHOUT Active Directory is a complete guide to installation and configuration of Windows 2000 (without Active Directory) for system administrators and network consultants. This book details not only the new features and functions of Windows 2000 but also how to integrate several features with existing Windows NT4 domains. The book does not cover the Active Directory function of Windows 2000. There is nothing like this book available, yet every Windows 2000 mail list, magazine and online forum shouts for his sort of coverage!
Active Directory - Integrated Zones As mentioned in Chapter 1 , " Domain Name System Fundamentals , " one unique feature in the Windows 2000 DNS service is the capability to store DNS zones within the Windows 2000 Active Directory ...
Author: Kevin Kocis
Publisher: Sams Publishing
This book focuses on the implementation and interoperability of Windows 2000 DNS with other current DNS architectures. Most DNS implementations are UNIX-based (BIND) and MS administrators will need to acquire stronger knowledge in this area. This book will focus on integration and less about Microsoft positioning (i.e. the shortcomings of different DNS models and how Microsoft tries to be "cutting edge".)
You can decide later whether to move file, print, and account resources onto this machine when you restructure the Active Directory at the end of your domain migration. This machine should also run the Windows 2000 DNS service and act ...
Author: Matthew Strebe
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Here's the Windows 2000 Server book every administrator will need—one that contains only the most advanced information rather than rehashing the basics yet again. Written by a Windows 2000 expert and security consultant, this book provides high-level coverage of Windows 2000 system design and implementation, from planning and security to daily maintenance and troubleshooting. Includes a detailed discussion of assessing your network's security needs and implementing an effective solution. Use this book as a supplement to Mastering Windows 2000 Server.
Active Directory for Windows 2000 Server is a directory service that inventories the users and the objects on the network. It uses a structured data store to create a hierarchy for directory information and enables authorized users to ...
Author: LightPoint Solutions
SECURITY SOLUTION THAT MEETS BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS. SECURITY INCLUDES: CONTROLLING ACCESS TO RESOURCES, AUDITING ACCESS TO RESOURCES, AUTHENTICATION, AND ENCRYPTION. IN ADDITION, THIS STUDY GUIDE HELPS YOU TO COMPETENTLY UNDERSTAND, EXPLAIN, DESIGN, AND IMPLEMENT A SECURE MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 NETWORK WITH ALL ITS TECHNOLOGY AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES. ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO HELP YOU PASS THE WINDOWS 2000 EXAM IS CONTAINED IN THIS LIGHTPOINT LEARNING SOLUTIONS STUDY GUIDE. Ten easy-to-read lessons Instructional graphics Clear objectives Content-oriented activities and vocabulary Troubleshooting Quiz questions and answers If you are serious about getting ahead in the high-tech computer industry, your ticket to success is through this certification. LightPoint Learning Solutions study guides are targeted to help you pass the exam on the first try. Knowledge is power. Get your knowledge and your power today through LightPoint Learning Solutions study guides.
Windows 2000 Versus Windows Server 2003 Although the first version of Active Directory available with Windows 2000 was very stable and feature-rich, it still had room for improvement, primarily around manageability and performance.
Author: Brian Desmond
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
To help you take full advantage of Active Directory, this fourth edition of this bestselling book gives you a thorough grounding in Microsoft's network directory service. With Active Directory, you'll learn how to design, manage, and maintain an AD infrastructure, whether it's for a small business network or a multinational enterprise with thousands of resources, services, and users. This detailed and highly accurate volume covers Active Directory from its origins in Windows 2000 through Windows Server 2008. But unlike typical dry references, Active Directory presents concepts in an easy-to-understand, narrative style. With this book, you will: Get a complete review of all the new Windows 2008 features Learn how Active Directory works with Exchange and PowerShell Take advantage of the updated scripting and programming chapters to automate AD tasks Learn how to be more efficient with command-line tools Grasp concepts easily with the help of numerous screenshots and diagrams Ideal for administrators, IT professionals, project managers, and programmers alike, Active Directory is not only for people getting started with AD, it's also for experienced users who need to stay up-to-date with the latest AD features in Windows Server 2008. It is no wonder this guide is the bestselling AD resource available.
Security in Windows 2000 is no simple thing; however, it is manageable if taken one step at a time, starting from the bottom ... Let's take a look at the topics covered in this chapter: □ A review of the Windows 2000 Active Directory ...
This book covers Exam 200-14 in great detail, digging into some of the most important details involved in locking down Windows systems and networks and taking a systemic approach to keeping Windows networks and systems secured. Boasting a one-of-a-kind integration of text, DVD-quality instructor-led training, and Web-based exam simulation and remediation, this study guide & DVD training system gives students 100% coverage of official Microsoft MCSA exam objectives plus realistic test prep. The System package consists of: 1) MCSE Implementing and Administering Security in a Windows 2000 Network Study Guide: Syngress's 1 million study guide users will find tried-and-true features and exciting new enhancements; included are step-by-step exercises plus end-of-chapter bulleted objectives reviews, FAQs, and realistic test prep questions in the same format as those on the actual exam. 2) Security DVD: A full hour of instructor-led training, complete with on-screen configurations and networking schematics, demystifying the toughest exam topics. 3) Security from [email protected] Accompanying Web site provides students with authentic interactive exam-simulation software that grades their results and automatically links to e-book study guide for instant review of answer concepts. Covers Critical Security Exam. This exam was created to meet the demand for a security-based examination which verifies an administrator's ability to implement and maintain secure Windows 2000 network. Fast growing certification gains in popularity. The new MCSE certification launched in March and already there are 17,000 MCSA-certified professionals (data as of May, 31, 2002, Microsoft Corp.). This exam also serves as an elective for MCP status and other certifications. Best selling author with over 150,000 copies in print. Tom Shinder's books have over 150,000 copies in print and he's a regular speaker at the security industry's leading Black Hat Briefings. His Configuring ISA Server 2000, has sold over 45,000 units worldwide in a year. First in-depth security exam from Microsoft. As Microsoft certification guru Ed Tittell points out, "this is the first real, nuts-and-bolts security exam in the MCP line-up. This exam is the first MCP test to really dig into some of the most important details involved in locking down Windows systems and networks in the first place, and to step systematically through the processes involved in keeping Windows networks and systems secured thereafter." $2,000 worth of training wrapped in a $60 book/DVD/Web-enhanced training system. Certification Magazine's 2001 reader survey revealed that the average certification costs nearly $2,000. So our low-priced study package delivers unsurpassed value for cost-conscious IT departments and trainees.
Add Windows 2000 Terminal Servers to the existing Active Directory structure In this model you will have all of the advantages of running Active Directory on your network. You will be able to host thousands of users, take advantage of ...
Author: Melissa Craft
Configuring Citrix Metaframe for Windows 2000 Terminal Services describes all the means in using both Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame in an environment. The book specifically covers ways on designing the infrastructure, implementing the plan, troubleshooting the deployment, and configuring servers and clients. The text also explains the process of deploying applications over the Internet, monitoring end users, and securing applications and data. The book also directs how to improve applications' performance with thin clients.