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Windows 2000 System Administration Handbook

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Titel: Windows 2000 System Administration Handbook
Autor/en: Will Willis, David Watts, Tillman Strahan

ISBN: 0130270105
EAN: 9780130270108
Sprache: Englisch.
Pearson Education (US)

5. Juni 2000 - kartoniert - 752 Seiten

This book focuses on the subject and skills necessary to successfully administer a Windows 2000 network. It presents Windows 2000 broken down by systems administration tasks.

. Introduction to Windows 2000. What Is Windows 2000? Windows 2000 Professional. Windows 2000 Server. Windows 2000 Advanced Server. Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. What Has Changed Between Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000? Windows 2000 Workgroups. Windows 2000 Domains. Windows 2000 Domain Trees. Windows 2000 Forests. MMC. Universal Groups. Overview of Windows 2000 Features. Active Directory. Disk Quotas. File System Changes. Group Policies. Security (Kerberos). Distributed File System. Chapter Summary. 2. Installing Windows 2000. Preparing for Installation. Hardware Requirements. The Hardware Compatibility List. Disk Partition Limitations. Choosing a File System. Licensing Models. Domains and Workgroups. Installing Windows 2000 from a CD-ROM. Licensing the Server. Preparing the Partition. Formatting the Installation Partition. Text Mode Install. Installing Devices. Regional Settings. Name and Organization. Client Licensing. Computer Name and Administrator Password. Configure Local Time and Date. Installing Network Components. Final Configuration. Upgrading to Windows 2000 via CD-ROM. Beginning Setup. Setup Command Line Parameters. Creating Windows 2000 Setup Disks. Remote Installation Services. Prerequisites for RIS. Functions of RIS. Limitations of RIS. Chapter Summary. 3. Using the Microsoft Management Console and Task Scheduler. An Introduction to the Microsoft Management Console. Terminology, Definitions, and Switches. Consoles Trees. Snap-Ins. Author Mode. User Mode-Full Access. User Mode-Limited Access, Multiple Windows. Opening the MMC from the Command Line. /a. /s. <path>*.MSC. Creating A Custom Console. Customizing Views. Taskpads. Navigating the MMC with Keyboard Shortcuts. Task Scheduler. Using Task Scheduler. Chapter Summary. 4. The Windows 2000 Registry. Viewing the Windows 2000 Registry. Regedt32.exe. Regedit.exe. Choosing a Registry Editor. Structure of the Registry. Value Data Types. HKEY_USERS. HKEY_CURRENT_USER. HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG. Editing the Registry. Finding a Key or Value in the Registry. Modifying, Deleting, and Adding Keys and Values. Connecting to a Remote Computer. Security and Permissions. Backing up and Restoring the Registry. Backing up the Registry. Restoring the Registry. Viewing Registry Data Indirectly. Chapter Summary. 5. Using the Windows Control Panel. Defining the Main Applets in Control Panel. Add/Remove Hardware. Add/Remove Programs. Administrative Tools. Users and Passwords. System. Working with Hardware Profiles. Creating and Modifying Hardware Profiles. Using a Hardware Profile. Working with Operating System Settings. Performance Options. Using Environment Variables. Understanding Startup and Recovery Options. Installing Hardware. Plug and Play Hardware. Non-Plug and Play Hardware. Using the Add/Remove Hardware Applet. Viewing Available Hardware Resources. Altering Hardware Resource Assignments. Chapter Summary. 6. Windows 2000 Boot Process. Overview of the Boot Process. x86-Based Boot Process. Windows 2000 Control Sets. Control Sets. The Last Known Good Control Set. Advanced Boot Options. VGA Mode. Last Known Good Configuration Mode. Directory Services Restore Mode. Debugging Mode. Safe Mode. Boot Logging Mode. The Purpose of the boot.ini. Understanding the Contents of the Boot.ini. Understanding boot.ini ARC Paths. Using Switches in the boot.ini. Editing the boot.ini. Windows 200 Boot Disks. Importance of the Windows 2000 Boot Disks. Creating the Boot Disk. Chapter Summary. 7. Introduction to Active Directory. What Is Active Directory? Where Did Active Directory Come From? Active Directory and Open Standard Support. DNS. LDAP. HTTP. Naming Schemes. What Are the Real Benefits? The Structure of the Active Directory. The Basics of Active Directory. Physical versus the Logical Structure. The Physical. The Logical. Chapter Summary. 8. Active Directory Replication. An Introduction to Active Directory Replication. Directory Synchronization. How Does Replication Work? Originating and Replicated Updates. Update Sequence Numbers. Replication Loops. What About Change Conflicts? Directory Partitions. What about the Real World? Operations Masters. Site and Replication. Replication Topology. What Is a Connection Object? When Should I Create Manual Connections? How Do I Know What's Going On? Chapter Summary. 9. Planning and Installing Active Directory. Planning Active Directory Implementations. Active Directory Namespace. Site Planning. Organizational Unit Planning. Installing Active Directory. Creating a Domain Controller for a New Domain. Adding a Domain Controller to an Existing Domain. Uninstalling Active Directory. The Active Directory Database. The Shared System Volume. Active Directory Domain Modes. Working in a Multiple-Domain Environment. Understanding Trust Relationships. Domain Security in the Active Directory. Multiple Domains in a Tree. Chapter Summary. 10. Administering the Active Directory. Creating Active Directory Objects. Common Active Directory Objects. Adding Resources to the Active Directory. Creating Organizational Units. Finding Active Directory Objects. Understanding and Controlling Access to Active Directory Objects. Active Directory Permission Types. Using Active Directory Permissions. Permission Inheritance. Moving Objects. Assigning Administrative Control of Active Directory Objects. Planning for Delegation. Assigning Administrative Control with the Delegation of Control Wizard. Guidelines for Active Directory Administration. Chapter Summary. 11. User Accounts and Their Role. Understanding the Different Types of User Accounts. Built-In User Accounts. Local User Accounts. Domain User Accounts. Using New User Accounts. Suggested Naming Conventions. Defining Password Requirements. Other Account Options. Creating Domain User Accounts. Using the Directory Management Snap-in. Chapter Summary. 12. Administering User Accounts. Introduction to Administration of User Accounts. Locating User Accounts. Performing Administrative Tasks. User Profiles. What Does a Profile Contain? Roaming User Profiles. Customizing Roaming User Profiles. Mandatory Roaming User Profiles. Home Folders. The Purpose of Group Policies. Common Problems. Chapter Summary. 13. Windows 2000 Groups. Why Do We Need Groups? Using Groups in Windows 2000. The Rules of Group Usage. Windows 2000 Group Types. Examining Group Scopes. The Effect of Groups on Your Network. Using Groups in Windows 2000. Other Group Strategies. Creating Groups in Windows 2000. The Purpose of Local Groups. Using Built-In Groups. Built.In Global Groups. Built-In Domain Local Groups. Built-In Local Groups. Built-In System Accounts. Tips on Using Groups. Chapter Summary. 14. Group Policy. Group Policy in Windows 2000. Group Policy User and Computer Settings. How are Group Policies Stored in Active Directory? How Settings are Applied. Group Policy Inheritance. Overriding and Blocking Inheritance. Processing Order. Preventing GPOs from Executing. Creating a GPO. Delegating Control. Security Settings. Folder Redirection. Guidelines for Group Policy. Implementing Registry-Based Settings. Options for Applying Group Policy. Different Scope Options. Strategies for Delegating Control of GPOs. What to do Before Applying Group Policy. Resolving Problems. Chapter Summary. 15. Managing Disks. Windows 2000 Hard Disk Basics. Hard Disk Components. Windows 2000 Storage Standards. Windows 2000 Partition Types (Basic Disks). Windows 2000 Volume Types (Dynamic Disks). Managing Disks within Windows 2000. Using the Disk Management Window. Viewing and Updating Information. Managing Basic Disks. Managing Dynamic Disks. Chapter Summary. 16. NTFS Permissions. Understanding NTFS Permissions. NTFS Permissions and Files. NTFS Permissions and Folders. Understanding the Access Control List (ACL). Applying Multiple NTFS Permissions. Understanding Inherited NTFS Permission. Using NTFS Permissions. Planning NTFS Permissions. Working with NTFS Permissions. Using Special Access Permissions. Defining Special Access Permissions. Using Special Access Permissions. Taking Ownership of Secure Resources....
ALL THREE AUTHORS have world-class experience in deploying and administering Windows 2000 & NT at the world's largest companies... * WILL WILLIS is currently a network systems manager responsible for a six-subnet NT/Windows 2000 network running Exchange Server, IIS, SQL Server, and SMS. * DAVID WATTS helped to design and deploy Active Directory for networks with over 100,000 users, at one of the largest companies to join Microsoft's Windows 2000 Early Adopter Program. * TILLMAN STRAHAN has been responsible for NT networks and nationwide domain structures at several Fortune 500 companies, and currently consults on very high availability NT cluster solutions.
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