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Active Directory for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Technical Reference (Pro-Technical References)by Stan Reimer
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Get the focused, in-depth technical expertise you need to implement and optimize your Microsoft directory services infrastructure. As two Active Directory experts guide you through advanced design and deployment issues for the Windows Server 2003 environment, you’ll develop a thorough understanding of the underlying concepts, architectural components, and real-world functionality of Active Directory directory service. Whether you’re upgrading from Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 or later, or performing a clean installation, you’ll learn the best ways to exploit Active Directory capabilities for your organization—and deliver new levels of network performance and productivity.
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This book guides readers through advanced design and deployment issues related to using Active Directory in the Windows Server 2003 environment. Coverage includes underlying concepts, architectural components, and real-world functionality, with sections on overview, implementation, administration, and maintenance. Reimer is a corporate technology specialist. Mulcare is an instructional designer. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Offers information for network architects and administrators about how to implement and optimize the Microsoft directory services infrastructure, covering fundamental concepts, architectural components, and functionality.
25-Word Description. Written by two experts on Active Directory, this detailed technical reference is ideal for anyone who is implementing Active Directory in Microsoft Windows Server 2003. 75-Word Description. This detailed technical reference is ideal for anyone who is implementing Active Directory in Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Written by two experts on Active Directory, this book's primary focus is using Active Directory to solve directory services issues for enterprise clients. It's brimming with concrete, real-world design and implementation information--including answers to all the typical questions a network architect, engineer, or administrator might have about Active Directory in Windows Server 2003. Positioning Statement: The in-depth, practical guide to implementing Active Directory in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Will Sell Like: 120% of Active Directory Services for Microsoft Windows 2000 Technical Reference (
About the Author
Mike Mulcare is an instructional systems design engineer in the Training and Certification division of the Microsoft Corporation. Mike has worked for the past two years on Directory Services and Windows Server 2003 courseware. Prior to joining Microsoft, Mike developed Windows 2000 courseware for IBM Learning Services and has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer since 1997. Mike has also worked for several years as a technology consultant in the legal industry specializing in system deployment and migration projects.
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TablesAcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart I: Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Overview
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