Administering Active Directory

Paperback | January 22, 2001

byMark Wilkins

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A must-have for busy administrators this comprehensive guide is organized in a task-at-a-glance fashion, making it easy to find the topic you need.

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A must-have for busy administrators this comprehensive guide is organized in a task-at-a-glance fashion, making it easy to find the topic you need.

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Configure, manage, and optimize Active Directory on your Windows 2000 networkDeploy and administer a distributed, interoperable, and secure Windows 2000 directory system using Active Directory and this hands-on resource. Administering Active Directory explains how to configure and implement Active Directory as your enterprise directory...

Mark Wilkins (Ontario, Canada) is a course director and technical instructor for Data Tech Institute, a provider of technical seminars and video-based training materials to most Fortune 500 companies. Mark has contributed and co-authored Bulletproofing Netware (McGraw-Hill, 1996, 0-07-067621-6) and Windows 95 Registry for Dummies (IDG,...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:608 pages, 9.1 × 7.2 × 1.33 inPublished:January 22, 2001Publisher:McGraw-Hill Osborne MediaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0072127228

ISBN - 13:9780072127225

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Understanding Active Directory.

Chapter 2: Active Directory Architecture.

Chapter 3: Managing User Accounts and Group Resources.

Chapter 4: DNS and Active Directory.

Chapter 5: Domains and Active Directory.

Chapter 6: Trees and Forests.

Chapter 7: Active Directory and Replication.

Chapter 8: Schema Management.

Chapter 9: Global Catalog.

Chapter 10: Sites and Active Directory.

Chapter 11: Using Group Policy to Define the User Environment.

Chapter 12: Troubleshooting and Optimizing Active Directory.

Chapter 13: Backing Up and Restoring Active Directory.

Chapter 14: Understanding the Directory Service Hierarchy.

Chapter 15: Active Directory Naming Strategy.

Chapter 16: Active Directory and Administration.

Chapter 17: Designing Schema Policy.

Chapter 18: Multiple Domain Structure.

Chapter 19: Administrating with Group Policy.

Chapter 20: Multiple Sites and Replication.

Chapter 21: Analyze and Design a Complete Active Director Topology.

Chapter 22: Windows NT 4.0 Migration Strategies.

Chapter 23: Active Directory Integration.