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Windows Server 2003 Administrator's Companion (IT-Administrator's Companion) [Hardcover]

C. Russell
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Table of Contents

Dedication; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Meet the Family; New in Windows Server 2003; How to Use this Book; What’s in the Book; What’s on the CD?; Talk to Us; System Requirements; Preparation; Chapter 1: Overview of Windows Server 2003; 1.1 Versions of Windows Server 2003; 1.2 Deploying Windows Server 2003 and Windows Clients; 1.3 Network Management; 1.4 Interoperability; 1.5 System and Network Security; 1.6 Availability and Reliability; 1.7 Active Directory; 1.8 Storage and File System Support; 1.9 Communications; 1.10 Internet Services and .NET Application Services; 1.11 Scalability; 1.12 The Need for Planning; 1.13 Summary; Chapter 2: Introducing Directory Services; 2.1 Understanding Directory Services; 2.2 Active Directory in Microsoft Windows Server 2003; 2.3 The Active Directory Architecture; 2.4 Summary; Chapter 3: Planning Namespace and Domains; 3.1 Analyzing Naming Convention Needs; 3.2 Planning a Domain Structure; 3.3 Planning Multiple Domains; 3.4 Summary; Chapter 4: Planning Deployment; 4.1 How Information Technology Functions; 4.2 Identifying Business Needs; 4.3 Assessing Current Systems; 4.4 Making a Roadmap; 4.5 Summary; Installation and Configuration; Chapter 5: Getting Started; 5.1 Designing a Deployment Environment; 5.2 Creating Your Deployment Environment; 5.3 Installing Windows; 5.4 Troubleshooting Installations; 5.5 Summary; Chapter 6: Upgrading to Windows Server 2003; 6.1 Architectural Changes Since Windows NT 4.0; 6.2 Planning a Windows NT Domain Upgrade; 6.3 Preparing Domains and Computers; 6.4 Updating the Active Directory Schema; 6.5 Upgrading Clients to Windows XP; 6.6 Upgrading Servers to the Windows Server 2003 Family; 6.7 Switching Forest and Domain Functional Levels; 6.8 Summary; Chapter 7: Configuring a New Installation; 7.1 Installing Updates; 7.2 Enabling Remote Administration; 7.3 Checking for Setup Problems; 7.4 Configuring Devices; 7.5 Configuring Networking Settings; 7.6 Setting Up Server Roles; 7.7 Securing Windows; 7.8 Summary; Chapter 8: Installing and Managing Printers; 8.1 Planning Printer Deployment; 8.2 Installing Printers; 8.3 Managing Printers and Print Servers; 8.4 Changing Printer Options; 8.5 Managing Printer Drivers; 8.6 Printer Maintenance and Troubleshooting; 8.7 Summary; Chapter 9: Managing Users and Groups; 9.1 Understanding Groups; 9.2 Planning Organizational Units; 9.3 Planning a Group Strategy; 9.4 Implementing the Group Strategy; 9.5 Managing Built-In Groups and User Rights; 9.6 Creating User Accounts; 9.7 Managing User Accounts; 9.8 Using Home Folders; 9.9 Maintaining User Profiles; 9.10 Summary; Chapter 10: Managing File Resources; 10.1 Sharing File Resources; 10.2 Share Permissions vs. File Permissions; 10.3 NTFS Permissions; 10.4 Shared Folders; 10.5 NFS Shared Folders; 10.6 Publishing Shares in Active Directory; 10.7 Summary; Chapter 11: Administering Group Policy; 11.1 Components of Group Policy; 11.2 Managing Group Policies; 11.3 Creating a Group Policy Object; 11.4 Managing Group Policy Links; 11.5 Setting the Scope of Group Policy Objects; 11.6 Delegating Permissions on GPOs; 11.7 Refreshing Group Policy; 11.8 Backing Up a Group Policy Object; 11.9 Restoring a Group Policy Object; 11.10 Using Group Policy for Folder Redirection; 11.11 Using Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP); 11.12 Summary; Network Administration; Chapter 12: Managing Daily Operations; 12.1 Using the Microsoft Management Console; 12.2 Using the Secondary Logon; 12.3 Administrative Tools; 12.4 Support Tools; 12.5 Automating Chores with Scripts; 12.6 Auditing Events; 12.7 Delegating Control; 12.8 Using Task Scheduler; 12.9 Using the AT Command; 12.10 Using cron; 12.11 Summary; Chapter 13: Using Scripts for Consistent Administration; 13.1 Scripting on Windows Server 2003; 13.2 Scripting Practices; 13.3 The Future of Windows Scripting; 13.4 Summary; Chapter 14: Installing and Configuring Active Directory; 14.1 Using the Active Directory Installation Wizard; 14.2 Using Active Directory Domains and Trusts; 14.3 Using Active Directory Users and Computers; 14.4 Renaming a Domain Controller or a Whole Domain; 14.5 Using Active Directory Federation Services; 14.6 Summary; Chapter 15: Managing Active Directory; 15.1 Using Active Directory Sites and Services; 15.2 Using Active Directory Schema; 15.3 Summary; Chapter 16: Understanding TCP/IP; 16.1 The TCP/IP Protocol Suite; 16.2 IP Addresses and What They Mean; 16.3 Routers and Subnets; 16.4 Name Resolution; 16.5 IP Version 6; 16.6 Summary; Chapter 17: Administering TCP/IP; 17.1 Using DHCP; 17.2 Using DNS Server; 17.3 Setting Up a WINS Server; 17.4 Summary; Chapter 18: Implementing Disk Management; 18.1 Understanding Disk Terminology; 18.2 Overview of Disk Management; 18.3 Disk Management Tasks; 18.4 NTFS; 18.5 Summary; Chapter 19: Using Clusters; 19.1 What Is a Cluster?; 19.2 Cluster Scenarios; 19.3 Requirements and Planning; 19.4 Network Load Balancing Clusters; 19.5 Server Clusters; 19.6 Compute Clusters; 19.7 Summary; Chapter 20: Managing Storage; 20.1 Using File Server Resource Manager; 20.2 Using Disk Quotas; 20.3 Distributed File System; 20.4 Overview of Storage Manager For SANs; 20.5 Removable Storage; 20.6 Remote Storage; 20.7 Summary; Security; Chapter 21: Planning for Security; 21.1 Security Basics; 21.2 Smart Cards; 21.3 Public-Key Infrastructures; 21.4 Security-Enabled Protocols; 21.5 Virtual Private Networks; 21.6 Windows Rights Management Services; 21.7 Security Modules; 21.8 Summary; Chapter 22: Implementing Security; 22.1 The Security Configuration Wizard; 22.2 Using Templates to Implement Security Policies; 22.3 Using Security Configuration and Analysis; 22.4 Using Windows Firewall; 22.5 Enabling Authentication; 22.6 Implementing Access Control; 22.7 Managing Certificates; 22.8 Using Internet Protocol Security Policies; 22.9 Securing Local Data; 22.10 Auditing; 22.11 Using Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer; 22.12 What to Do When Hacked; 22.13 Summary; Chapter 23: Patch Management; 23.1 Why It’s Important; 23.2 The Patching Cycle; 23.3 Deployment Testing; 23.4 Obtaining Updates; 23.5 Third-Party Products; 23.6 Summary; Chapter 24: Using Microsoft Certificate Services; 24.1 More Vocabulary; 24.2 Preinstallation; 24.3 Installation and Configuration; 24.4 The Certification Authority Snap-In; 24.5 The Certificates Snap-In; 24.6 CAs Linked into a Hierarchy; 24.7 Command-Line Utilities; 24.8 Summary; Chapter 25: Connection Services; 25.1 How Dial-Up Remote Access Works; 25.2 Understanding Virtual Private Networks; 25.3 Common Configurations for Remote Access Servers; 25.4 Configuring a Server for Dial-Up Clients; 25.5 Configuring a NAT Server; 25.6 Setting Remote Access Policies; 25.7 Understanding the Default Policy; 25.8 Choosing an Administrative Model for Remote Access Policies; 25.9 Configuring a Remote Access Policy; 25.10 Configuring a Remote Access Server; 25.11 Configuring a Virtual Private Network; 25.12 Using the Internet Authentication Service; 25.13 Installing and Configuring IAS; 25.14 Using RADIUS for Multiple Remote Access Servers; 25.15 Using the RADIUS Proxy; 25.16 Summary; Chapter 26: Implementing Wireless Security; 26.1 Understanding 802.11 Protocols; 26.2 Encryption and Authentication; 26.3 Deployment Scenarios; 26.4 Summary; Support Services and Features; Chapter 27: Interoperability; 27.1 UNIX Interoperability; 27.2 Macintosh Interoperability; 27.3 Novell Netware Interoperability; 27.4 Summary; Chapter 28: Managing Software; 28.1 Using the Group Policy Software Installation Extension; 28.2 Finding the Right Mix of Services; 28.3 Setting Up the Group Policy Software Installation Extension; 28.4 Working with Packages; 28.5 Using Software Restriction Policies; 28.6 Remote Installation Services; 28.7 Summary; Chapter 29: Application Compatibility and Virtual Server; 29.1 Virtual Server Overview; 29.2 Installing Virtual Server; 29.3 Configuring Virtual Server; 29.4 Creating Virtual Machines; 29.5 Administering Virtual Server; 29.6 Alternatives to Virtual Server; 29.7 Summary; Chapter 30: Deploying Terminal Services; 30.1 Concepts; 30.2 Requirements; 30.3 Installation; 30.4 Administration; 30.5 Summary; Chapter 31: Using the Indexing Service; 31.1 Understanding the Indexing Service; 31.2 Planning Your Indexing Service; 31.3 Creating and Configuring Catalogs; 31.4 Registry Entries for the Indexing Service; 31.5 Querying the Index; 31.6 Examining Performance; 31.7 Troubleshooting the Indexing Service; 31.8 Summary; Internet Servers and Services; Chapter 32: Basics of Internet Information Services; 32.1 Protocols Supported; 32.2 Administration Tools; 32.3 The WWW Publishing Service; 32.4 The FTP Publishing Service; 32.5 Basic Administrative Tasks; 32.6 Summary; Chapter 33: Advanced Internet Information Services; 33.1 Server-Level Administration; 33.2 Site-Level Administration; 33.3 Directory-Level Administration; 33.4 File-Level Administration; 33.5 Managing WWW Sites; 33.6 Managing FTP Sites; 33.7 Managing NNTP Virtual Servers; 33.8 Managing SMTP Virtual Servers; 33.9 Web Service Extensions; 33.10 Remote Administration; 33.11 Summary; Chapter 34: Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004; 34.1 Concepts; 34.2 Inst...

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