Active Directory Bible
With the release of Windows 2000, Microsoft introduced an entirely new approach to networking involving directory services. IT professionals are now responsible for designing a Windows 2000 Active Directory infrastructure, implementing it, maintaining it, and using Windows 2000 support technologies. This comprehensive Bible gives you all the knowledge necessary to successfully plan, deploy, and maintain an Active Directory network.
- Paperback | 568 pages
- 188 x 233.7 x 37.3mm | 975.05g
- 20 Nov 2000
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
About Curt Simmons
About the Author Curt Simmons, MCSE, MCT, CTT, is a freelance author and technical trainer focusing on Microsoft operating systems and networking solutions. Curt is the author of almost a dozen high--level technical books on Microsoft products, including Master Active Directory Visually and MCSE Windows 2000 Server For Dummies. He has been working closely with Windows 2000 and the Active Directory since Beta 1. Curt lives with his wife and daughter in a small town outside of Dallas, Texas. You can reach him at curt firstname.lastname@example.org or at http //curtsimmons.hypermart.net.
Table of contents
Part I: Planning an Active Directory Deployment. Chapter 1: Introduction to Active Directory Technology and Deployment Planning. Chapter 2: The Active Directory Namespace. Chapter 3: Planning an Active Directory Structure. Chapter 4: Upgrading and Migrating to the Active Directory. Chapter 5: Planning Active Directory Sites. Part II: Implementing the Active Directory. Chapter 6: Installing the Root Domain. Chapter 7: Setting Up Resources. Chapter 8: Configuring Active Directory Domains and Sites. Chapter 9: Setting Up Users, Groups, and Computers. Chapter 10: Publishing Resources. Chapter 11: Implementing Active Directory Security Features. Part III: Active Directory Management. Chapter 12: Maintaining the Active Directory. Chapter 13: Managing Active Directory Replication. Chapter 14: Active Directory Schema. Part IV: Integrating Supporting Technologies. Chapter 15: Implementing IntelliMirror and Group Policy. Chapter 16: Implementing Distributed File System and Indexing Service. Chapter 17: Connecting Exchange Server and the Active Directory. Chapter 18: Implementing Microsoft DNS. Appendix A: What's on the CD--ROM. Appendix B: Microsoft Management Console Tutorial. Appendix C: Additional Administrative Tools. Appendix D: PDC and BDC Upgrade Reference. Appendix E: Windows 2000 Deployment Strategies. Appendix F: Schema Class and Attribute Reference. Index. End--User License Agreement. CD--ROM Installation Instructions.