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Title:
Windows 2000 : design & migration
Author:
Morimoto, Rand.
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Publication Information:
Berkeley, Calif. : Osborne/McGraw-Hill, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
xxviii, 563 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780072122053
Format :
Book

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Summary

This book provides high-level overviews of every major Windows 2000 related topic, then drills down to technical detail to provide the reader with enough guidance to plan, prototype, and deploy an enterprise Windows 2000 environment. Content will include:
-- Step-by-step implementation plans.
-- Points out pitfalls to avoid and critical areas to focus on to prevent failure.
-- Covers building and Active Directory from scratch and moving and existing NT 4 network into the new architecture.
-- Network blueprints -- 16 pages of blueprints.


Author Notes

Rand N. Morimoto, MCSE, is a key member of Microsoft's Rapid Deployment Program for Windows 2000. He is president of Inacom Oakland.


Table of Contents

Part I Windows 2000: Understanding the New Paradigm
1 The Windows 2000 Environmentp. 3
2 Overview of Active Directory and DNSp. 31
3 Securityp. 59
4 Familiarizing Yourself with Windows 2000 Toolsp. 81
5 Windows 2000 Hardwarep. 103
Part II Designing and Planning the Migration to Windows 2000
6 Planning Your Active Directoryp. 123
7 Planning Your DNS Namespace, Domains, and Sitesp. 153
8 Designing Connectivityp. 177
9 Planning Servicesp. 203
10 Designing and Planning Thin-Client Terminal Servicesp. 233
11 Building a Microcosmp. 265
Part III Deploying Windows 2000
12 Installing and Managing Windows 2000p. 307
13 Installing Domain Controllers, DNS Servers, and DHCP Serversp. 353
14 Installing and Managing Windows 2000 Professionalp. 383
15 Implementing and Migrating to an Active Directory-Based Networkp. 429
16 Managing Users, Software, and Datap. 461
17 Implementing Thin-Client Terminal Servicesp. 483
18 Optimizing and Debugging Windows 2000p. 501
A ISO-3166 2-Letter Country Codesp. 535
Indexp. 539