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Windows 2000 Server On Site [Paperback]

Joli Ballew

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1 Aug 2001 On Site

Windows 2000 Server On Site is a one-stop resource for administrators and network professionals. Packed with tools, this book features planning worksheets, decision-making diagrams, checklists for hardware, software topology and rollout needs, decision trees, and hundreds of screenshots. It includes a step-by-step guide for installation or migration, including decisions that must be made at certain junctures of the installation process.

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Joli Ballew (Garland, TX) is a professional writer, technology trainer, and network consultant in the Dallas area. Some of her previous jobs include technical writing, education content consulting, PC technician, network administrator, high school algebra teacher, and MCSE instructor. She earned her MCSE, MCT and A+ certifications in less than 14 months. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! 9 Sep 2001
By Chicago Admin - Published on Amazon.com
Wow! This book has it all! I'd suggest this book for anyone who is upgrading to or using Windows 2000 Server on a network. For those who are upgrading, a complete guide for planning, installing, and managing, as well as setting new standards for inventory, security, and more. There's plenty of information on using DNS and DHCP too, as well as a chapter devoted to Routing and Remote Access.
On the CD, there's a hundred or so worksheets that can help you with the migration or upgrade, and plenty of web sites that you can access if you get in trouble with it. I'd say this book is a MUST HAVE for any Windows 2000 administrator.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I've read lots of books on Windows 2000 Server 16 Mar 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I've read plenty of books on Windows 2000 Server, and this is one is my favorite. You can tell the author used to be a teacher because the explanations and walk-throughs are very thorough, decreasing the chances of making an error while performing tasks. I especially like the explanations on TCP/IP, Active Directory domains, DHCP, and DNS. Of course, these are basic pieces of 2000 Server, but Ms. Ballew details them nicely.
There are also an incredible amount of resouces on the CD that I've printed out and used in my migration from NT to 2000, and my Net Admins are appreciative for the good start and organizational options these offer.
If I had to choose one book to pick for upgrading to, migrating to, or installing a new Windows 2000 domain, I'd have to choose this one.
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