Windows 2000 Server Secrets
If you're a network professional responsible for deploying, supporting, and maintaining Windows 2000, you understand how Windows 2000 Server promises a quantum leap in network performance. In addition, you appreciate hands-on knowledge and support that extends far beyond what's available from Microsoft sources. As the shift from traditional LAN and desktop computing continues its shift to the Internet, you need a guide like Secrets Windows 2000 Server to master the intricacies of Windows 2000. The book is full of little-known tips and tricks for saving time and increasing productivity. Author Harry Brelsford writes with 10+ years of real-world experience; follow his lead and implement Windows 2000 in ways that weren't even anticipated by the developers at Microsoft. Included in this book are the secrets that enable you to make the most of Windows 2000 Server * Implementing, installing, configuring, and troubleshooting TCP/IP * Analysis of the most common real-world, Windows NT-related tasks you perform each day * Planning and implementation of Active Directory * Explanations of related networking solutions offered by Microsoft to accompany Windows 2000, including Professional, Advanced, Datacenter and Small Business Server * Improving the performance of your Windows 2000 Server network via basic quantitative analysis, Performance Monitor, and the advanced use of Network Monitor * Troubleshooting hands-on approaches, methodologies, tools, and resources The enclosed CD-ROM contains valuable utilities, including diagnostic tools, system enhancements, and a fully searchable electronic version of the book.
- Mixed media product | 884 pages
- 188 x 231.1 x 53.3mm | 1,496.87g
- 23 Dec 1999
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- Revised edition
About Harry M. Brelsford
About the Author Harry M. Brelsford, MCSE, MCT, CNE, CLSE, CNP, MBA, is an independent network consultant in Seattle, Washington. He is also a lead instructor for the online MCSE ATTP program at Seattle Pacific University. A contributing editor at Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine, Brelsford is the author of Microsoft(r) Windows NT(r) Secrets(r), Option Pack Edition. He is a founding member of the BackOffice Professionals Association (BOPA) of Redmond, Washington.