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Windows 2000 Administration in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference (In a Nutshell)

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Publisher Comments:

Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user, or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book covers all the important day-to-day administrative tasks, and the tools for performing each task are included in a handy easy-to-look-up alphabetical reference. What's the same and what's different between the Windows 2000 and Windows NT platform? Has the GUI or the networking architecture changed, and if so, how? Windows 2000 Administration in a Nutshell addresses the problems associated with bridging the gap between the Windows NT and Windows 2000 platforms.

This book covers:

  • Commonalities and differences between Windows NT and Windows 2000
  • All the administrative tasks, including Installation, Group Policies, Terminal Services, User Accounts, and Virtual Private Networks
  • Microsoft Management Console tool (MMC)
  • What's new and significant in the Control Panel utilities
  • Command-line Tools, Utilities and Wizards
  • TCP/IP networking with Windows 2000

Whether the concern is new security issues or how Active Directory works, Windows 2000 Administration in a Nutshell is as useful to the single-system home user as it is to the administrator of a 1,000-node corporate network.

Book News Annotation:

This reference covers day-to-day Windows 2000 administrative tasks and the tools used to perform them. Rather than providing a step-by-step tutorial, Tulloch (a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) has crafted a desktop manual for easy reference. Designed to help advanced administrators move from Windows TN to Windows 2000, the book provides an overview of the more recent system and a reference section consisting of five chapters with topics in alphabetical order. Among the topics addressed are installation, group policies, terminal services, user accounts, virtual private networks, Microsoft Management Console, control panel utilities, TCP/IP networking, and Windows 2000 Advanced Server.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user, or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book covers all the important day-to-day administrative tasks, and the tools for performing each task are included in an A-Z reference section.

Synopsis:

Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book supplies the tools for performing the important day-to-day administrative tasks in a handy, easy-to-look-up alphabetical reference, and addresses the problems associated with bridging the gap between the Windows NT and Windows 2000 platform.

Synopsis:

Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user, or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book covers all the important day-to-day administrative tasks, and the tools for performing each task are included in a handy easy-to-look-up alphabetical reference. What's the same and what's different between the Windows 2000 and Windows NT platform? Has the GUI or the networking architecture changed, and if so, how? Windows 2000 Administration in a Nutshell addresses the problems associated with bridging the gap between the Windows NT and Windows 2000 platforms.This book covers:

  • Commonalities and differences between Windows NT and Windows 2000
  • All the administrative tasks, including Installation, Group Policies, Terminal Services, User Accounts, and Virtual Private Networks
  • Microsoft Management Console tool (MMC)
  • What's new and significant in the Control Panel utilities
  • Command-line Tools, Utilities and Wizards
  • TCP/IP networking with Windows 2000
Whether the concern is new security issues or how Active Directory works, Windows 2000 Administration in a Nutshell is as useful to the single-system home user as it is to the administrator of a 1,000-node corporate network.

About the Author

Mitch Tulloch is a trainer, consultant, and author living in Winnipeg, Canada. In addition to his Nutshell books for O'Reilly listed below, Mitch is also the author of the Microsoft Encyclopedia of Networking and Microsoft Encyclopedia of Security, both from Microsoft Press, and a string of best-selling books on IIS from Osborne/McGraw-Hill. If you're interested you can find out more about Mitch on his website www.mtit.com. In addition to his O'Reilly weblog, Mitch also maintains a "techblog" at mitchtulloch.blogspot.com containing random thoughts, ideas, suggestions, tips, and resources for network and system administrators.

Table of Contents

Preface The Lay of the Land Chapter 1: Overview Chapter 2: Quick Start Alphabetical Reference Chapter 3: Concepts Chapter 4: Tasks Chapter 5: Consoles Chapter 6: Utilities Chapter 7: Commands Colophon

Product Details

ISBN:
9781565927131
Author:
Tulloch, Mitch
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Author:
Tulloch, Ingrid
Location:
Beijing
Subject:
Operating Systems - General
Subject:
Operating Systems - IBM Compatible
Subject:
Operating systems (computers)
Subject:
Operating Systems - Windows
Subject:
Operating Systems - Windows 2000
Subject:
Operating systems
Subject:
Microsoft Windows
Subject:
Group Policies;Installation;NT;TCP/IP networking;Terminal Services;User Accounts;Virtual Private Networks;Windows 2000
Subject:
Networking - General
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Series:
In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)
Series Volume:
2000-4
Publication Date:
20010231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
800
Dimensions:
8.99 x 6 x 1.42 in 2.04 lb

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"Synopsis" by , Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user, or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book covers all the important day-to-day administrative tasks, and the tools for performing each task are included in an A-Z reference section.
"Synopsis" by ,
Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book supplies the tools for performing the important day-to-day administrative tasks in a handy, easy-to-look-up alphabetical reference, and addresses the problems associated with bridging the gap between the Windows NT and Windows 2000 platform.
"Synopsis" by ,

Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user, or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book covers all the important day-to-day administrative tasks, and the tools for performing each task are included in a handy easy-to-look-up alphabetical reference. What's the same and what's different between the Windows 2000 and Windows NT platform? Has the GUI or the networking architecture changed, and if so, how? Windows 2000 Administration in a Nutshell addresses the problems associated with bridging the gap between the Windows NT and Windows 2000 platforms.This book covers:

  • Commonalities and differences between Windows NT and Windows 2000
  • All the administrative tasks, including Installation, Group Policies, Terminal Services, User Accounts, and Virtual Private Networks
  • Microsoft Management Console tool (MMC)
  • What's new and significant in the Control Panel utilities
  • Command-line Tools, Utilities and Wizards
  • TCP/IP networking with Windows 2000
Whether the concern is new security issues or how Active Directory works, Windows 2000 Administration in a Nutshell is as useful to the single-system home user as it is to the administrator of a 1,000-node corporate network.

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