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Synopses & Reviews

Publisher Comments:

"This book will be a supportive resource to help you know how to use the tools and features Microsoft shipped, but even better, Williams and Walla guide you through enough of the product internals to approach administration more strategically."

—From the Foreword by Brian Valentine, Senior Vice President, Windows Division, Microsoft Corporation

Windows Server 2003, the successor to Windows 2000 and Windows NT, is designed to accommodate the seamless exchange of information through Web services. It delivers the increased flexibility and power needed to administer networks as global entities, but its enhanced management tools and security features present as many challenges as opportunities. The Ultimate Windows Server 2003 System Administrator's Guide will help readers negotiate these challenges and exploit the opportunities.

Robert Williams and Mark Walla take readers from an understanding of basic concepts to the application of advanced functions. This comprehensive book begins with the fundamentals of Windows 2000 system administration and applies them to Windows Server 2003. The book then details the planning, deployment, administration, and management of a Windows Server system, and follows up with complete coverage of advanced tools and theory. This book concludes with a quick reference to the most important Windows .NET commands and utilities.

Key topics include:

  • Windows Server 2003 features, structure, planning, and installation
  • Migration from Windows NT and Windows 2000
  • Microsoft Management Console
  • Active Directory management and use
  • User management
  • Group Policy
  • Security, including IP security
  • Printer and file services and networking basics
  • Virtual private networks
  • Disk and backup management and disaster recovery
  • Terminal and Internet Information Services
  • Cluster and indexing services, and message queuing
  • System Management Server
  • Windows 2000 administration support

In this book, system administrators and other IT professionals will find the essential information needed to succeed in the administration of the Windows .NET and Windows 2000 Server families.


Book News Annotation:

This guide begins with the basics of Windows 2000 systems administration and applies its principles to Windows Server 2003, with detailed discussions on planning, deployment, administration, and management. The appendix provides a brief reference covering the major Windows .NET commands and utilities. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (


A guide to the Windows .NET Server and Windows 2000 for experienced system administrators. The text covers changes in security, Active Directory, and Microsoft Management Console among others.

About the Author

G. Robert Williams, Ph.D., is the CEO of Manakoa Services Corporation. He is the coauthor of The Ultimate Windows 2000 System Administrator's Guide (Addison-Wesley, 2000) and Windows NT and UNIX (Addison-Wesley, 1998), in addition to being a regular contributor to Computer World,, Windows Advantage, and Windows NT/2000 Magazine. Bob has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the field of security.

Mark Walla, MCSE, is the Senior Vice President of Manakoa Services Corporation. He has written numerous technical articles for Computer World, Windows Advantage, and Windows NT/2000 Magazine. He is also coauthor of The Ultimate Windows 2000 System Administrator's Guide (Addison-Wesley, 2000). Mark has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the field of security.


Table of Contents

1. Administrative Review.

Windows Server 2003: A Historical Perspective.

The Windows Server 2003 Family: What's in a Name?

Windows XP Home and Professional Editions.

Windows Server 2003, Web Edition.

Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition .

Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition.

Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition.

Understanding the.NET Framework.

Foundaion Technologies.

Components of .NET and Product Layers.

BackOffice Suite Moves Forward as Renamed .NET Products.

Microsoft Operations Manager.

Windows Server 2003 Administrative Roles.

Scope of Responsibility.

Windows Server 2003 Features and Administrative Implications.

.NET Framework.

The Active Directory.

The Interface.

The User Interface.

The Administrator Interface and Tools.

Networking and Communications.

Hardware Support.

File and Storage Systems.

Security and Authentication.


2. Windows Server 2003 Structure and Architecture.

Structural Modes, Subsystems, and Managers.

Structural Layer Modes.

The Windows Server 2003 Executive Mode.

The Hardware Abstraction Layer.

The Microkernal.

Device Drivers.

Executive Managers.

The Executive Services Buffer.

The Windows Server 2003 User Mode.

The Protected User Mode System.

Windows Server.


Processes, Threads, and Handles.

Multiprocessor Support.

The Task Manager.

Starting and Killing Processes.

Scheduling Tasks.

Viewing Processes.

The Event Viewer.

Stored and Virtual Memory.

Stored Memory and File System Basics.

The File Allocation Table: FAT and FAT32 51.

The NTFS File System.

File Objects in the NTFS File System.

The Virtual Memory Manager and Paging.

The Boot Process.

The Windows Server 2003 Registry.

The Registry Structure.

The Registry Editor.

Software Tracing.

Viewing Application Dependencies.

Application Compatibility.

Unauthorized Applications.

IntelliMirror and Other Innovations.


3. Planning and Installation.

Logical and Physical Structures.

Understanding the Current Enterprise.

Taking Stick: First Inventory, Then Document.

Legacy Enterprise Analysis.

Organizational Structure Analysis.

Centralized versus Decentralized Models.

Organizational Processes and Dynamic Analysis.

Change and Growth.

Security Requirements Analysis.

User Profiles Analysis.

Physical Structures Analysis.

Commonsense Planning and Deployment Tips.

Planning for Upgrades.

Native versus Mixed-Mode Installations.

The PDC Emulator.

Mixed-Mode Security.

Mixed-Mode Variations.

Domain Models.

Upgrade Steps.



Gathering Critical System Information.

Gathering Adapter Information.

Key Questions.

Optional Services and Components.

Server Migration Order.

Installation Steps.

Installation Checklist.

Basic Installation.

Installation of Windows Server 2003 Versions 98.

Installation of Windows Server 2003 acroos a Network.

System Configuration.

Changing the Basic Setup.

Automated or Unattended Installations.

Disk Duplication.

Steps for Supporting Disk Duplication.

Configuring the System Preparation Tool.

Remote OS Installation.

RIS Installation of Windows XP.

Troubleshooting the Installation 107Device Driver Management.

Device Driver Rollback.

Device Drive Last Known Good Files 108Hardware Autoplay.

Windows Product Activation.

Automatic Product Update.

File Transfer Wizard.

System Restoration.

Uninstalling Windows XP Operating System.


4. Getting Started: The OS Interface.

Interface Basics.

The Toolbar and Cascading Menu System.

Desktop Icons.

The My Computer Tool.

My Network Places.

Dualview Monitoring Facility.

Microsoft Management Console.

Creating and Using MMCs.

Adding a Snap-In.

MMC Modes.

Saving MMC Locally or to Delegated Administrators.

Working with Individual Administrative Tools.

Control Panel.

Character-Based Administrative Interface.

Help and Support.


Search Companion Integration 141 Internet Connectivity and Internet Explorer 6.0.

Internet Connectivity Enhancements.

All-User Remote Access Service Credentials.

Auto-Configuration for Multiple Network Connectivity.

Connection Managed Favorites.

Connection Firewall.

Internet Connection Sharing.

Connection Manager VPN Server Selection.

Internet Explorer 6.0 Enhancements.

Contacts and Instant Messaging Integration.

Easy Image Acquisition and Automatic Image Resize.

Home Networking Wizard.

Web Publishing.

Winkey Quick Keys.

Internalization and Localization.

ClearType Mobile Computer/Liquid Crystal Display Enhancements.


5. The Active Directory.

Directory Services.

What Is the Active Directory?

File Structure.

Data Stores and Partitions.

An Administrative View of the Active Directory.

Active Directory Structural Components.

Logical Structure.


Domain Trees.

Domain Forests.

Trees and Forest Scaling and Extensibility.


Physical Structure.


Sites and Domain Relationships.

Domain Controller.


Intersite and Intrasite Replication.

Replication Component Objects.

Preventing Data Replication Collision.

Special Domain Controller Roles.

The Global Catalog.

Open Standards Support and Naming Conventions.

The Active Directory and DNS.

Interoperability Issues.

Namespace and Naming Conventions.

Naming Conventions.

Additional Use of Industry Naming Standards.

Active Directory Use of LDAP.

Migration and Backward Compatibility.

Administrative Interface Snap-Ins.

API Options.

ADSI Resources.

Sample ADSI Scripts.

The User Interface.

Administrative Security and Trust Relationships.

Administrative Delegation.

Postscript 186.

6. Active Directory Management and Use.

Planning for the Active Directory.

The DNS Namespace.

DNS Names for Child Domains and Forests.

Debugging and Reporting Incorrect DNS Configuration.

Domain Names for Internal and External Use.

Renaming a Domain.

The Physical Structure: Sites and Replication.

Preparing for Replication and Synchronization.

Replication Latency.

Replication Topology.

Application Directory Partitions and Replica Placement.

Planning for Operations Master Locations.

Logical Structure Planning.

Single Domain and Organizational Units.

Domain Trees and Child Domains.


Multiple Forests.

Cross-Forest Authentication.

Planning for Upgrades to the Active Directory.

Upgrading the PDC and the BDC.

Planning for Domain Controllers.

Sizing the Active Directory.

Determining Domain Controller Resources.

Installing the Active Directory.

Active Directory Installation Wizard.

Active Directory Installation Example.

Installation of Different Structures.

Active Directory MMC Snap-In Tools.

The Active Directory Domain and Trust Manager.

Creating Trust Relationships.

Changing from Mixed to Native Mode.

Adding UPN Suffices for User Logon.

Assigning a Domain Naming Master.

Delegating Domain Controller Administration.

The Active Directory Schema Manager Snap-In.

Identifying and Modifying Object Classes.

Identifying and Changing Attributes.

Creating a New Object Class or Attribute.

Removing Lingering Objects.

Changing the Domain Schema Master.

Ensuring Schema Availability and Restoration.

The Active Directory Sites and Services Snap-In.

Creating Sites.

Creating Site Subnets.

Creating Intersite Links and Transports.

The Intersite Replication Schedule.

Selecting an Application Licensing Server.

Moving Domain Controllers between Sites.

Domain Controller Backup and Restoration.

Forced Replication Check.

Removing a Domain Controller Server from a Site.

The Active Directory Users and Computers Snap-In.

Computer Account Management.

RID, PDC, or Infrastructure Masters.

The Active Directory Replication Monitor.

Creating Organizational Units.

Creating, Deleting, Modifying, and Moving an Organizational Unit.

Creating an Organizational Unit.

Deleting an Organizational Unit.

Modifying Organizational Unit Properties.

Moving Organizational Units.

Renaming Organizational Units.

Locating Objects.

Active Directory Object Access.

Object Picker UI Enhancements.

Standard and Special Permissions.

Setting and Viewing Object Permissions.

Permission Inheritance and Preventing Inheritance.

Active Directory Administrative Delegation.

The Delegation of Control Wizard.

Refining the Global Catalog.

Enabling a Global Catalog.

Moving, Removing, and Duplicating the Global Catalog.

Indexing and Adding Attributes to the Global Catalog.

The Active Directory Connector.

Configuring Connection Agreements.


7. User Accounts and Groups.

User Accounts.

Local User Accounts.

Creating a Local User Account.

Domain User Accounts.

Creating a Domain User Account.

Understanding User Account Properties.

User Profiles.

User Profile Types.

All User and Individual User Profile Settings.

Creating User Profiles.


Group-to-Group and Group-to-User Relationships.

Group Scope.

Domain Local Groups.

Global Groups.

Universal Groups.

Group Types.

Using Groups.

Default User Account Membership.

Assigning Groups.

Group Scope and Membership Example.


1. Group Policies.

Understanding Group Policies.

Group Policy Management and Active Directory.

Group Policy Object Storage.

Refining Group Policy Inheritance.

Group Policy Settings.

User and Computer Policies.

Administrative Templates.

Security Settings.

Software Installation: Assigning and Publishing.


Folder Redirection.

GPO Implementation.

Refreshing Policy Settings.

PDC Operations Manager.

Implementing Group Policy.

Local Computer Policy.

Creating a GPO and Linking to the Active Directory.


Disabling Computer and User Configuration Settings.

Security Group Filtering.


Folder Redirection.

Resultant Set of Policy.

Group Policy WMI Filtering.


Roaming Documents and Preferences.

Redirecting My Document Folders.


9. Permissions Security, Folder Sharing, and Dfs.

Reviewing NTFS Permissions.

Standard and Special Permissions.

Permissions Levels.

Working with Folder Permissions.

Setting Permissions.

Special Permissions.

Permission Inheritance.

Moving and Copying File and Folder Permissions.


Denying Rights to a Subfolder.

Transferring Ownership.

Owner Sets Permissions.

Implicit Groups and Permissions.

Folder Sharing.

Creating Shared Folders.

Sharing Folders.

Facilitating Shared Access.

Mapping a Network Drive to a Shared Folder.

The My Network Places Link to a Shared Folder.

Using the Run Command to Access Shared Folders.

Accessing a Share from Internet Explorer.

Special Hidden Shares.

Using NTFS Permissions and Shared Folders.

Publishing Files and Folders to the Active Directory.

Distributed File System Sharing.

Standalone versus Fault-Tolerant Dfs.

Creating Dfs.

The Dfs Root.

The Dfs Link.

Dfs Topology.

More Dfs Advantages.

Browse and Search Directories.

Bringing Servers Offline without User Interruption.

Ease of Web Server Maintenance.

Concerns Regarding Dfs Use.

Setting Up a Standalone Dfs Share.

Deleting a Dfs Share.


10. Kerberos and the Public Key Infrastructure.

Kerberos Authentication.

Understanding Kerberos Concepts.

The Authentication Service Exchange.

The Ticket-Granting Service Exchange.

The Client/Server Exchange.

Further Clarification of the Logon Process.

Referral Tickets.

Delegation with Forwarding and Proxy.

Forwarding Authentication.

The Kerberos Process.

Symmetrical Encryption and Shared Keys.

Shared Secret Keys.

Kerberos Policies.

Cross-Forest Authentication.

New Trust Wizard.

The Public Key Infrastructure.

PKI Background.

Data Encryption.

The Digital Signature.

Certification Authority.

Certificate Components.

Trusted Authorities and Certificate Stores.

Certificate Authority Hierarchies.

Third-Party Certificate Authorities.

Other PKI Features.

Microsoft Certificate Authorities.

The Standalone Certificate Authority.

The Enterprise Certificate Authority.

Public Key Policies.

PKI and Other Components and Applications.

Web Security.

Electronic Mail.


The Encrypted File System.

The EFS Process.

EFS Issues.

Smart Cards.

Certificate Authority Administration. @BHEADS= Installation.


Distributing Certificates Using Group Policies.

Retrieving Certificates.

Exporting Certificates and Backup.

Certificate Authority Service Management.

Certificate Authority Properties.

Certificate Authority Backup.


11. Additional Security Issues and Solutions.

Security Policy.

Security Policy Snap-Ins.

Using Security Template Snap-Ins.

Building a Custom Template.

The Security Configuration and Analysis Tool.

Using the Security Configuration and Analysis Snap-In.

Security Authorization Manager.

Windows Server 2003 System Lockdown.

User Account Security.

The Administrator Account.

Backup Operators.

Guest Account.

Password Policies.

Domain Password Policies.

Password Lockout Policies.

Local Password Settings.

Determining Who Sets a Password.

Password Filtering.

Other User Account Security Options.

Registry and File System Lockdown.

Trojan Horses and Viruses.

Environmental Path Settings.

Current Working Directory Security Resource.

Extension Mapping to Disguise a File Type.

Spoofing Shortcuts.

Extraneous Services as a Security Threat.

Backups and Restoration Security.

Physical Security.

Theft of Systems or Storage Media.

Physical Access to the Boot CD-ROM and Floppy Drives.

Dual-Boot Environments.

Auditing as a Line of Defense.

Using Security Auditing.

Offline Auditing Policies.

Event Viewer Use.

General Auditing Procedures.

Audit Events That Need the Most Careful Review.

Secure Network Services and Architecture.

Protecting Network Shares.


Packet Filtering.

Proxy Services.

Stateful Inspection.

Web Security.

Restricting Scripts from External Sources.

HTTP Security.

IP Security.

Internet Browser Security.

Restricting ActiveX Components.

Internet Certificate Management.

Securing RAS Servers.

Securing Electronic Mail.

Preventing E-Mail Security Abuses.

Other TCP/IP Security Issues.

The End User's Responsibility.


12. Networking Basics and Naming Services.

Networking Basics.

Network Architecture.

A Modified Network Model.

IP Addressing.

Dissecting IP Addressing.

Subnet Masks.

The Address Resolution Protocol.

IP Routing.

Client-Side Routing Configuration.

Naming Services and IP Assignments.

Domain Name System Conventions.

Understanding DNS.

DNS Recursion

Standard versus Directory Integrated Zones.

Installation with the Active Directory.

Client Configuration.

DNS Zones and Fault Tolerance.



Server-Side DHCP Configurations.

Vendor and User Classes.


DHCP and BOOTP Relay Agents.

The 80/20 Rule for Fault Tolerance.

Client-Side Configurations.

DNS with DHCP.

DHCP Server Configuration for DNS.

The Backup and Restore Options.


WINS 563Real-Time Communications.

TAPI Streaming Support.

DNS Configuration through Group Policy.

Support for Broadband PPPOE Connections.


13. Virtual Private Networks and IP Security.

Virtual Private Networks.


Role of Encryption.


Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol.

Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol.

IPSec Tunneling.

VPN Configurations.

Router-to Router.

Remote Access.

Voluntary and Compulsory Tunnels.

VPN Architecture and Configuration.

Remote Access over the Internet.

Routing and Remote Access Server Management.

Viewing Remote Access Clients.

Internet Authentication Service and RADIUS 592.

IAS Installation.

RADIUS Account Logging.

RADIUS Proxy Servers.

RADIUS Load Balancing 600IP Security.

Understanding IPSec Policies.

Setting IPSec Policies.

Creating a New IPSec Policy.

Authentication Methods.

Tunnel Settings.

Connection Type.

IP Filter List.

IP Filter Actions.


14. Disk Management, Backup and Restoration, and Disaster Recovery.

Disk Management.

NTFS and FAT/FAT32 Disk Management.

Disk Management Tools.

Disk Storage Types.

Upgrading a Basic Disk to a Dynamic Disk.

Managing Partitions and Basic Storage.

Managing Volumes.

Creating a Spanned Volume.

Expanding a Spanned Volume.

The Disk Management Snap-In Tool.

Disk Properties Options with NTFS.

Disk Properties Options under FAT/FAT32.

Disk Quotas.

Disk Fragmentation Management.

Removable Media and Library Management.

Working with Libraries.

Operator Request Management.

Securing Removable Storage.

Remote Storage.

Backup and Restoration.

Backup Strategy Basics.

Available Backup Types.

Who Can Back Up.

Managing Backups with Nbackup.

Changing Default Back Up Options.

Restoration Basics.

How to Restore.

Using Batch Restoration.

Authoritative Restoration.

Disaster Management.

Automatic System Recovery.

Creating and ASR Saveset.

Manual Recovery with the Advanced Options Menu.

The Command-Line Recovery Console.

Emergency Repair Disk.

Fault Tolerance for Disaster Protection.

Uninterrupted Power Supply Management.


15. Terminal Services.

Conceptual Review.

Installing Terminal Services.

Installing Applications for Use with Terminal Services.

Sizing Terminal Services Systems.

Enabling and Disabling Terminal Services.

Configuring Terminal Services.

Configuring Connections.

General Settings.

Remote Control Options.

Client Settings for Remote Control.

Network Adapter Settings.


Logon Settings.

Sessions Options.

Environment Settings.

Terminal Services Server Settings.

Terminal Services Administration.

Administrative Tools.

Remote Desktop MMC Administrative Tool.

Terminal Services Manager.

Active Directory Users and Computers Snap-In and the Local Users and Groups Snap-In.

Task Manager Additions.

Load Management. .

Client Software and Installation.

Command-Line Programs.

Terminal Services from a User's Perspective.

User Launching.

Terminal Services Client.


16. Internet Information Services.


New Manageability Features.

XML Metabase.

IIS WMI Provider and Command-Line Administration.

IIS Security Features.

IIS Security Mechanisms.

IIS Internet Security Technologies.

IIS Data and Process Reliability.

Process Architecture.

Process Features Common to IIS 5.0 and IIS 6.0.

IIS 5.0 Isolation Mode.

The Web Application Environment.

IIS Management Components.

Understanding the IIS Web Server.

Administering IIS Web Services.

Creating a Web Site Using IIS.

Basic Web Site Administration.

Configuring Web Site Properties.

Working with the SMTP Server.

SMTP Properties.

General SMTP Settings.

Setting SMTP Authentication, Security, and Permissions.

Regulating the SMTP Delivery.

Configuring SMTP LDAP Routing.

Setting SMTP Operator Security.

Setting SMTP Message Limits.

Understanding the NNTP Server.

Understanding the FTP Server.

FTP Properties.

Establishing General FTP Site Configuration.

Establishing Basic FTP Security.

Establishing the FTP Home Directory and Security.


17. Cluster, Indexing, Message Queuing, SMS, MOM, and WSH.

Understanding Cluster Services.

Failover and Failback.

Cluster Network Concerns.

The Cluster Database.

Basic Cluster Planning.

Application Selection.

Grouping and Capacity.


Required Domain Accounts.

Possible Points of Failure.

Cluster Administration.

The Application Configuration Wizard.

Understanding Default Groups.

Failover Administration.

Using the Cluster.exe Command-Line Utility.

Setting Cluster Properties.

Clustering Features New to Windows Server 2003.

Postscript on Cluster Technology.

Indexing Service.

Using Indexing Service to Find Data.

Indexing Service Sizing.

Indexing Service Query Language.

Rules and Operators.

Common Indexing Service Administrative Tasks.

Creating a Catalog.

Adding or Excluding a Directory to the Catalog.

Adding, Editing, and Removing Properties.

Message Queuing Services.


Understanding Messages.

Understanding Queues.

Understanding Network Topology for Message Queuing.

Understanding Message Routing.

Creating a Routing Link.

Changing Routing Servers for a Routing Link.

Creating a Cost for a Routing Link.

Changing the Routing Server for Independent Clients.

Testing Connectivity Using MQPing.

Installing Message Queuing Services.

Preinstallation Hardware Considerations.

Installation Considerations.

Administrative Tools for Message Queuing Services.

Finding a Message Queuing System.

Setting a Computer Message Storage Size.

Limiting Journal Storage Size.

Finding a Queue.

Deleting a Queue.

Enabling or Disabling Journals.

Viewing Message Properties.

Purging All Messages.

Message Queuing Security Issues and Management.

Setting Permissions for a Computer or Queue.

Changing Ownership of a Computer or Queue.

Setting Default Security for Message Queuing Storage Files.

Setting Up Computer or Queue Auditing.

Auditing a Routing Link.

Windows Server 2003 Specific Message Queuing Enhancements.

Postscript on Message Queuing.

System Management Server.

Software and Hardware Inventory.

Software Installation and Distribution.

Remote Administrative Tools.

Software Metering.

Network Diagnostics.

Microsoft Operations Manager.

Microsoft Operations Manager Features.

Distribute Event Management.

Administrative Defined Rules Management.

Alert Management.

Performance Monitoring.

Graphical Reporting Tools and Web Reporting.

Optional Management Packs.

Windows Scripting Host.

Using WSH to Run Scripts.

Running Wscript.exe.

Running Cscript.exe.

Sample WSH Scripts.


Appendix Windows Server 2003 Commands and Utilities.

New Command-Line Tools with Windows Server 2003.

bootcfg Command.

bitscli Command.

choice Command.

clip Command.

compress Command.

driverquery Command.

Directory Services Commands.

Executing Commands on the Network.

Command Syntax.

eventcreate Command.

Eventquery.vbs Script.

eventtriggers Command.

extract Command.

forfiles Command.

freedisk Command.

gettype Command.

gpresult Command.

gpupdate Command.

IIS scripts.

inuse Command.

netdom Command.

netsh Command.

openfiles Command.

pagefileconfig Command.

powercfg Command.

Print Scripts.

regfind Command.

sc Command.

setx Command.

shutdown Command.

systeminfo Command.

takeown Command.

taskkill Command.

tasklist Command.

timeout Command.

tsecimp Command.

whoami Command.

Backup Commands.

Using Ntbackup on the Command Line.

Example of Ntbackup Command.

Batch Commands.

Comparison Commands.

fc Command.

fc Command Examples.

comp Command.

Example of Comp Command.

Windiff 789Compression Commands.

compact Command.

expand Command.

Display Commands.

Displaying the Contents of Files.

cls Command.

more Command.

type Command.

Displaying Attributes and Properties of Files and Folders.

Displaying File Properties Using Windows Server 2003 Explorer.

dir Command.

echo Command.

Displaying Help.

help Command.

net help Command.

net helpmsg Command.

File-Management Commands.

Displaying Path Names.

Creating and Removing Folders.

Creating Folders.

mkdir Command.

Removing Folders.

Moving between Folders.

chdir Command.

Creating and Removing Files.

Creating Files.

Removing Files.

del and erase Commands.

Copying and Moving Files.

Copying Files.

copy Command.

xcopy Command.

Moving Files.

Renaming Files or Folders.

rename Command.

Determining File Type.

File-Manipulation Commands.

assoc Command.

attrib Command.

attrib Command Example.

sort Command.

Miscellaneous Commands.

cacls Command.

Converting to NTFS.

convert Command.

Setting and Displaying Date and Time.

date Command.

time Command.

net time Command.

Logging on as Another User.

Chat Mode.

net name Command.

net name Command Example.

net send Command.

Networking Commands.

arp Command.


ftp and tftp Commands.

hostname Command.

ipconfig Command.

ipxroute Command.

netstat Command.

nslookup Command.

ping Command.

pathping Command.

rcp Command.

route Command.

rsh Command.


Net Commands.

net accounts Command.

net accounts Command Examples.

net computer Command.

net config Command.

net config server Command.

net config workstation Command.

net continue Command.

net file Command.

net group Command.

net localgroup Command.

net help Command.

net helpmsg Command.

net name Command.

net pause Command.

net print Command.

net send Command.

net session Command.

net share Command.

net statistics Command.

net start Command.

net stop Command.

net time Command.

net use Command.

net user Command.

net view Command.

Print Commands.

Creating a Printer.

Sending Files to Print.

lpr Command.

print Command.

Print Status.

lpq Commands.

net print Command.

Managing Printer Operations.

Pausing and Resuming a Printer.

Pausing and Resuming Printing.

Restarting and Canceling a Document.

Defining Printer Properties.

LPD Service.

Search Commands.

find Command.

find Command Examples.

findstr Command.

findstr Command Examples.

System-Management Commands.

Disk Management.

chkdsk Command.

chkntfs Commands.

diskperf Command.

Process Management.

at Command.

Task Manager.

Other System Management Tools.

Logging Off the System.

Shutting Down the System.

Environment Variables.

Resource Kit Support Tools.

Acldiag.exe-ACL Diagnostics.

Adsiedit.msc-ADSI Editor.

Apcompat.exe-Application Compatibility Tool.

Apmstat.exe-Advanced Power Management Status.

Clonepr.dll-Clone Principal.

Dcdiag.exe-Domain Controller Diagnostic Tool.

Depend.exe-Dependency Walker.

Dfsutil.exe-Distributed File System Utility.

Dnscmd.exe-DNS Troubleshooting Tools.


Dsastat.exe and DSASTAT Command.

Dskprobe.exe-Disk Probe.

Dumpchk.exe-Dump Check.

Filever.exe-File Version Verification.

Gflags.exe-Global Flags.

Kill.exe-Task Killing Utility.

Ksetup.exe-Kerberos Client Configuration.

Ktpass.exe-Kerberos Tab Key Setup.

Lpd.exe-LDAP Tool.

Memsnap.exe-Memory Profiling Tool.

Movetree.exe-Movetree Object Manager.

Msinfo32.exe-MS System Information Tool.

Netdiag.exe-Network Connectivity Tester.

Netdom.exe-Domain Manager.

Nltest.exe-Network Domain Test.

Pmon.exe-Process Monitor.

Pviewer.exe-Process Viewer.

Repadmin.exe-Replication Diagnosis Tool.

Replmon.exe-Replication Monitor.

Rsdiag.exe-Remote Storage Diagnosis Tool.

Sdcheck.exe-Security Descriptor Check Utility.

secedit Command.

Sidwalk.exe-SID Walk.

Snmputilg.exe-SNMP Utility Tool.

Tlist.exe-Task List Viewer.



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Williams, Robert
Walla, Mark
Williams, Robert
Williams, G. Robert
Addison-Wesley Professional
Boston, MA
Programming Languages - General
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Operating Systems - General
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Operating systems
Microsoft Windows server
Subject: framework
Operating Systems - Windows
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The Addison-Wesley Microsoft Technology Series
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The Ultimate Windows 2000 System Administrator's Guide Used Trade Paper
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"Synopsis" by , A guide to the Windows .NET Server and Windows 2000 for experienced system administrators. The text covers changes in security, Active Directory, and Microsoft Management Console among others.
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