Learning Windows Server 2003

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Februar 2006



Getting Microsoft Windows Server 2003 up and running, either as a standalone or as part of a multi-site, multi-server network is a formidable task for anyone. O'Reilly's no-nonsense guide, Learning Windows Server 2003, 2nd Edition, gives you just what you need to get the job done. It provides you with the nuts and bolts for installing, configuring, securing, and managing Windows Server 2003-plus, it has been completely updated for Service Pack 1 and release R2.
Learning Windows Server 2003, 2nd Edition includes just enough theory for you to understand how the different features and systems work in this latest version of Windows. You'll come away with a firm understanding of what's happening under the hood of the system, but without feeling like you're taking a graduate course in OS theory. After its high-level overview, the book offers complete discussions and treatments of all of Server 2003's major components. You'll learn how to:
* install Windows Server 2003
* create and manage user accounts (with particular attention to Active Directory)
* manage access to system resources, such as printers and files
* configure and manage its numerous major subsystems
The book also features step-by-step procedures and discussions of complex concepts such as patch management, Active Directory replication, DFS namespaces and replication, network access quarantining, server clustering, Group Policy and other security tools, and IIS6 web server.
Whether you're an experienced system administrator or one who's just beginning, you'll turn to this practical guide again and again when you need to understand the massive product that is Windows Server 2003.


1. Introducing Windows Server 2003
     Changes from Windows 2000 Server
     What Service Pack 1 Adds
     What R2 Adds
     Windows Server 2003 Editions
     Hardware Requirements
     The Last Word: Assessing the Release
2. Installation and Deployment
     Preparing to Install Windows Server 2003
     Installing Windows Server 2003
     Upgrading Previous and Existing Installations
     Installing the R2 Components
     Troubleshooting an Installation
     Running an Unattended Installation
     The Last Word
3. File, Print, and User Services
     New File and Print Server Features
     Setting Up File-Sharing Services
     NTFS File and Folder Permissions
     Limiting Use of Disk Space with Quotas
     The File Server Resource Manager
     Using Offline Files and Folders
     Using Shadow Copies
     Backing Up Your Machines
     Using the Encrypting File System
     The Distributed File System
     Understanding Print Sharing Services
     Roaming User Profiles
     Command-Line Utilities
     The Last Word
4. Domain Name System
     Nuts and Bolts
     Zones Versus Domains
     Resource Records
     Using Primary and Secondary Nameservers
     Building a Nameserver
     Subdomains and Delegation
     Dynamic DNS
     Active Directory-Integrated Zones
     The Split DNS Architecture
     Backup and Recovery
     Command-Line Utilities
     The Last Word
5. Active Directory
     Active Directory Objects and Concepts
     Building an Active Directory Structure
     Understanding Operations Master Roles
     Understanding Directory Replication
     Migrating to Active Directory in Windows Server 2003
     Active Directory Federation Services
     Active Directory Troubleshooting and Maintenance
6. Group Policy and IntelliMirror
     An Introduction to Group Policy
     Group Policy Implementation
     Local Group Policy
     Domain Group Policy
     Deployment Considerations
     Troubleshooting Group Policy
     Other Group Policy Management Tools
     Command-Line Utilities
     The Last Word
7. Windows Security and Patch Management
     Understanding Security Considerations
     Enhancements to Security in Service Pack 1
     Creating and Enforcing Security Policies
     Locking Down Windows
     Using Auditing and the Event Log
     Windows Server Update Services
     Command-Line Utilities
     The Last Word
8. Internet Information Services
     IIS Architecture
     IIS Components
     What's New in IIS 6
     Installing IIS
     Managing Web Services
     File Transfer Protocol Services
     SMTP Services
     The POP3 Server
     Network News Services
     Backing Up Your IIS Configuration
     Remote Administration
     Securing It All
     Command-Line Utilities
     The Last Word
9. .NET Framework
     What Is .NET?
     What's New in .NET
     Application Types
     XML-Based Configuration
     Deployment Models
     Management Tools
     The Last Word
10. Windows Terminal Services
     The Remote Desktop Protocol
     Requirements for Terminal Services
     Adding the Terminal Server Role
     Enabling Remote Desktop
     On the User's Side
     Installing an Application
     Configuring Terminal Services Licensing
     Terminal Services Administration
     Command-Line Utilities
     The Last Word
11. Communications and Networking
     Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
     Virtual Private Networks
     Certificate Services
     IP Security
     Network Access Quarantine Control
     The Last Word
12. Clustering Technologies
     Network Load-Balancing Clusters
     Server Clustering
     Command-Line Utilities
     The Last Word
13. Other Windows Server 2003 Services
     The Indexing Service
     The Microsoft Message Queue
     Extending Functionality
     The Last Word
Appendix: The Future of Windows Server


Jonathan Hassell is an author, consultant and speaker on a variety of IT topics. His published works include RADIUS, Hardening Windows, Using Windows Small Business Server 2003, and Learning Windows Server 2003. His work appears regularly in such periodicals as Windows IT Pro magazine, PC Pro and TechNet Magazine. He also speaks worldwide on topics ranging from networking and security to Windows administration.
EAN: 9780596101237
ISBN: 0596101236
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2006
Seitenanzahl: 723 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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