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Robert R. King – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server 2003
    , 2003
    Co-Authors: Robert R. King

    Abstract:

    From the Publisher:
    Master the Technology That Enables You to Master Network Management
    Active Directory represents an enormous advance in network administration. It provides a vast set of powerful tools and technologies for managing a network within a native Windows environment. Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server 2003 is the resource you need to take full advantage of all it has to offer. You get a sound introduction to network Directory services, then detailed, practical instruction in the work of implementing Active Directory and using all of its tools. This edition has been completely updated to address features new to Active Directory for Windows Server 2003. Coverage includes:
    Understanding the concept of a network Directory service
    Understanding benefits specific to Microsoft’s Active Directory
    Analyzing business needs
    Designing your Active Directory environment
    Developing and executing a roll-out plan
    Securing the Active Directory database
    Installing and configuring DNS under AD
    Creating users, groups, and objects
    Implementing group policies
    Modifying the Active Directory Schema
    Controlling Active Directory sites
    Managing replication
    Performing backups and recoveries
    Migrating from both Windows NT and Novell environments
    Integrating Active Directory and Novell Directory Services

    About the Author
    Robert R. King-CNE, MCNE, CNI, MSCE, MCT, CCNA, and CCDA-is author or co-author of numerous Sybex books, including several MCSE Study Guides. A guest speaker at Comdex Atlanta and Comdex Las Vegas, Bob is Senior Systems Engineer for Cardinal Glass Industries and a long-time consultant and technical instructor.

  • Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server 2003
    , 2003
    Co-Authors: Robert R. King

    Abstract:

    From the Publisher:
    Master the Technology That Enables You to Master Network Management
    Active Directory represents an enormous advance in network administration. It provides a vast set of powerful tools and technologies for managing a network within a native Windows environment. Mastering Active Directory for Windows Server 2003 is the resource you need to take full advantage of all it has to offer. You get a sound introduction to network Directory services, then detailed, practical instruction in the work of implementing Active Directory and using all of its tools. This edition has been completely updated to address features new to Active Directory for Windows Server 2003. Coverage includes:
    Understanding the concept of a network Directory service
    Understanding benefits specific to Microsoft’s Active Directory
    Analyzing business needs
    Designing your Active Directory environment
    Developing and executing a roll-out plan
    Securing the Active Directory database
    Installing and configuring DNS under AD
    Creating users, groups, and objects
    Implementing group policies
    Modifying the Active Directory Schema
    Controlling Active Directory sites
    Managing replication
    Performing backups and recoveries
    Migrating from both Windows NT and Novell environments
    Integrating Active Directory and Novell Directory Services

    About the Author
    Robert R. King-CNE, MCNE, CNI, MSCE, MCT, CCNA, and CCDA-is author or co-author of numerous Sybex books, including several MCSE Study Guides. A guest speaker at Comdex Atlanta and Comdex Las Vegas, Bob is Senior Systems Engineer for Cardinal Glass Industries and a long-time consultant and technical instructor.

Robert Denn – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Windows 2000 Active Directory
    , 2000
    Co-Authors: Alistair G. Lowe-norris, Robert Denn

    Abstract:

    From the Publisher:
    The most important change in Windows 2000 is the inclusion of Active Directory, a fully qualified Directory service. It is such an important change that Systems Administrators are likely to find coming to grips with Active Directory to be one of their biggest headaches. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Windows 2000 Active Directory gives administrators an in-depth knowledge of AD, and it is an indispensable guide they will turn to whenever they need help.
    The book addresses systems administrators, both those who are evaluating Windows 2000 trying to understand the design issues involved as well as those who will be using Windows 2000 on a daily basis. As Active Directory is a new technology for Windows, Windows 2000 Active Directory provides a solid foundation in AD basics and it describes how to use it effectively.
    This book is divided into three sections:
    The Basics, which provides an overview of the Active Directory technology and a detailed introduction to AD features. Design, which describes mapping your organization’s typology into the Active Directory Schema; specific topics include the AD namespace and DNS, AD objects such as sites and domains, replication, group policies, and migration issues. Scripting, which covers the powerful capabilities of the Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI), including ADSI’s use with ActiveX Data Objects (ADO),Active Server Pages (ASP), and Visual Basic (VB).

    Written by a participant in the Windows 2000 Rapid Deployment Program, Windows 2000 Active Directory focuses on the practical, hands-on information you need to manage your site. Instead of a screen-by-screen description of the graphical user interface, this book focuses on the tasks you need to perform to manage your organization’s Directory effectively. The heavy emphasis on scripting with the ADSI will help you automate tasks to achieve greater reliability and save time. Windows 2000 Active Directory is a practical guide to the new technology for the overworked system or network administrator.

Joe Casad – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Windows 2000 Active Directory
    , 2000
    Co-Authors: Joe Casad

    Abstract:

    Part I: Introducing Active Directory. The Active Directory Environment. Active Directory Concepts. Part II: Setting Up Your Network. Active Directory with TCP/IP and DNS. Understanding Replication. Users and Groups. Group Policy. Setting Up Active Directory. Managing Active Directory. Active Directory Clients. Part III: Mastering Active Directory. Active Directory Schema. Active Directory Security. Scripting Active Directory. Interoperating Windows 2000. Index.