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Windows Server Undocumented Solutions: Beyond the Knowledge Base (One-Off)by Serdar Yegulalp
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Ever stumble upon a perfectly logical, quick fix for a seemingly intractable problem and wonder why no one's ever told you about it? That's the essence of this unique book. Author Serdar Yegulalp presents dozens of alternative and never-before-published ways to use and improve your Windows Server. Each solution is examined first in an overview. Then, Microsoft's "party line" toward addressing the problem is described, followed by the author's undocumented solution and the reasons why this technique may just work better. You'll discover undocumented techniques for installation, networking, multimedia tools, disk checking, migration (single and multiple CPUs), backup, IIS tuning, Active Directory, policies, memory, upgrades, and much more.
Book News Annotation:
Author Yegulalp was the technology editor of Windows Magazine from 1994-2001, focusing on operating systems and OS-level technologies, and is co-author of several books on Windows products. His guide instructs users on how to improve Windows Server performance, which can boost memory, speed, and hard storage capacity. Each solution to server performance is addressed in an overview, followed by the author's suggestions and reasons why these techniques may work better than Microsoft's "documented" solutions. He includes techniques for installation, networking, multimedia tools, disk checking, migration (single and multiple CPUs), backup, IIS tuning, Active Directory, memory, and upgrades.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This guide is packed with alternative ways to use and improve your Windows Server.
This book is perfect for any network administrator looking to push their servers to improved performance or to perform uncustomary tasks. Provides undocumented techniques for installation, networking, multimedia tools, disk checking, migration (single and multiCPUs), backup, IIS tuning, Active Directory, memory, upgrades, and much more.
Written by a seasoned Windows professional and jam-packed with alternative, never-before-published ways to use and improve Windows Server, this volume provides a unique "independent voice" in a sea of books that take the "Party Line."
Table of Contents
1: Automating Setup
2: Hardware Tweaking
3: Desktop and UI
7: IIS and Active Directory
8: Upgrades and Updates
Appendix A: Links
Appendix B: Freeware, Shareware, and Trialware
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