Master Visually Windows Server 2003
Nearly 450 pages of highly visual, task-oriented instruction make this guide a must for network technicians and administrators who want to take the next step in expertise A two-color interior with detailed, step-by-step screen shots walks readers through intermediate-to-advanced topics, demonstrating how to install, configure, and maintain Windows Server 2003 Task coverage includes setting up users, computers, and printers; managing networked file and print servers; creating an e-mail server; and most important, how to keep all data protected and secure Features an invaluable overview of SharePoint Services
- Paperback | 480 pages
- 34 x 276 x 20mm | 979.75g
- 04 Feb 2005
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
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"One picture is worth a thousand words." If you prefer instructions that show you how rather than tell you why, then this intermediate to advanced level reference is for you. Hundreds of succinctly captioned, step-by-step screen shots reveal how to accomplish more than 160 Windows Server 2003 tasks, including: Creating applications with SharePoint(R) ServicesCreating schema classes and attributesConfiguring site links and bridgesConverting a basic disk to a dynamic diskManaging devices and device driversEstablishing server securityBuilding Internet connections
Table of contents
PART I: ACTIVE DIRECTORY OPERATIONS. 1) Active Directory Domains and Trusts. 2) Functional Levels. 3) Flexible Operations Masters. 4) Active Directory Sites and Services. 5) Active Directory Users and Computers. 6) Active Directory Command Line Tools. PART II: MANAGE YOUR SERVER ROLES. 7) Server Management. 8) Printing. PART III: MANAGING STORAGE AND HARDWARE. 9) Data Storage Disk Systems. 10) Shared and Redirected Folders. 11) NTFS Share Permissions. 12) Manage Devices and Device Drivers. PART IV: GROUP POLICY. 13) Creating and Editing Group Policy. 14) User and Computer Configuration. PART V: SERVER SECURITY. 15) Windows Settings and Security Settings in Group Policy. 16) Server Security Configurations. PART VI: NETWORK YOUR SERVER. 17) Internet Connections. 18) Remote Connections. PART VII: SHAREPOINT SERVICES. 19) Install SharePoint. 20) The Intranet as a Work Area. PART VIII: SERVER MAINTENANCE. 21) Backup and Recovery. 22) Active Directory Maintenance. 23) Monitoring the Server.
About James Pyles
James Pyles, A+, Network+, and CCNA, is a technical writer and freelance consultant who has participated in numerous Ethernet rollouts, workstation upgrades and installations, operating system upgrades, network equipment installations and upgrades, and help desk support functions. He has also supported a usability lab for a major hardware manufacturer as well as worked as a consultant for a wireless network provider in his community. He has written online courses and contributed to several books on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and networking hardware, protocols, and security. James currently is on staff as a technical writer for EmergeCore Networks in Boise, Idaho. James has a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Computer Network Support, and a Masters in Counseling. If you have feedback for the author, or questions about the content in Master VISUALLY Windows Server 2003, you can contact the author at the Mtech Services Web site Discussion Board. You can access the Discussion Board at www mtechservices.ca/General/, where you will find the forum title Master Visually Windows Server 2003 by James Pyles.