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Microsoft Windows Command-Line Administrator's Pocket Consultant (Administrator's Pocket Consultant)by William R Stanek
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Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers ready answers for managing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP from the command line. Zero in on core command-line tools and techniques—learning timesaving ways to extend your operational efficiency and reach over multiple domains and networks. With its quick-reference tables, lists, and step-by-step instructions, this book delivers the fast, accurate information you need to get the job done—whether youre at your desk or in the field!
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Organized by job-related tasks, this handbook describes the fundamentals of command line administration, the core tools and techniques of managing Windows server 2003 and XP professional systems, the disk partition utility, and commands for configuring and troubleshooting active directory, print services, and TCP/IP networking. Topics include automated monitoring, managing volumes and RAID on dynamic disks, writing queries using the DSQUERY command, designating global catalog servers, and tracking print spooler information and usage statistics. An addendum to the book is available online.
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Packed with practical examples, this concise, pocket-sized reference delivers ready answers for using Microsoft Windows command-line tools to manage multiple clients and servers, perform bulk operations, and get more done in less time.
Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers ready answers for managing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP from the command line. Zero in on core command-line tools and techniques--learning timesaving ways to extend your operational efficiency and reach over multiple domains and networks. With its quick-reference tables, lists, and step-by-step instructions, this book delivers the fast, accurate information you need to get the job done--whether you're at your desk or in the field
Get fast facts to: Create and use command-line scripts Perform multiple, complex operations by grouping commands Run commands, scripts, and programs on a scheduled basis Use event-logging tools to monitor and fine-tune system performance Gain control over disks beyond what you can do from the GUI Administer Active Directory users and groups, computer accounts, and domains Maintain network printers and print services Configure, manage, and troubleshoot TCP/IP networking services Get tips for using command-line related Resource Kit tools
About the Author
William R. Stanek is a leading network technology expert and an award-winning author. He is a regular contributor to leading publications such as PC Magazine and has written, co-authored, or contributed to numerous computer books, including Microsoft Windows 2000 Administratoras Pocket Consultant, Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Administratoras Pocket Consultant, and Windows 2000 Scripting Administratoras Guide. Stanek has a masteras degree in information systems, with distinction, and a bacheloras degree in computer science, magna cum laude. He has been involved in the commercial Internet community since 1991 and has experience developing server technology, encryption, and e-commerce technology.
Table of Contents
AcknowledgmentsIntroductionAbout the AuthorPart I: Windows Command Line FundamentalsChapter 1: Overview of the Windows Command LineChapter 2: Getting the Most from the Command LineChapter 3: Command Line Scripting EssentialsChapter 4: Scheduling Tasks to Run AutomaticallyPart II: Windows Systems AdministrationChapter 5: Managing Windows SystemsChapter 6: Event Logging, Tracking, and Automated MonitoringChapter 7: Monitoring Processes and PerformancePart III: Windows File System and Disk AdministrationChapter 8: Configuring and Maintaining Hard Disk DrivesChapter 9: Partitioning Basic DisksChapter 10: Managing Volumes and RAID on Dynamic DisksPart IV: Windows Active Directory and Network AdministrationChapter 11: Core Active Directory Services AdministrationChapter 12: Managing Computer Accounts and Domain ControllersChapter 13: Managing Active Directory Users and GroupsChapter 14: Administering Network Printers and Print ServicesChapter 15: Configuring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting TCP/IP NetworkingAppendix : Essential Command-Line Tools Reference
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