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Teaches how to set up Server 2000 from scratch or how to fit it into an existing infrastructure, plus how to test it once it's ready to go. Details how to work with Active Directory features such as domains, replication, namespace, directory schema, LDAP, naming conventions, and more! Provides real-life examples from the design phase to actual implementation.
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Windows 2000 Server Architecture and Planning provides the best documentation to date of Windows 2000 Advanced Server and Windows 2000 Datacenter Server. Basing his work on late, feature-complete beta versions, Morten Strunge Nielsen has compiled a thorough picture of how these products will fit into new and existing Microsoft-based networks. Covered topics include all aspects of Active Directory planning and implementation, as well as domain trees and forests. Further, the book devotes space to designing systems around Organizational Units (OUs), Group Policies, Domain Controllers, Global Catalog Servers, and Dynamic Domain Name Service (DDNS).
Nielsen generally steers clear of explicit how-to information, though there's some of that in the Active Directory sections. Instead, most of this book explains the functional elements of Windows 2000 at a medium to high level with lots of lucid prose and a wealth of conceptual diagrams. It's exactly the kind of thing you need as you plan a new implementation or an upgrade. The book is heavy on definitions, providing many sidebars that explain the terminology Microsoft has attached to various pieces of its new technology. Helpfully, the index pinpoints these definitions, so it's easy to turn right to the explanation you need. --David Wall
Topics covered: Active Directory planning and implementation, domain trees and forests, and designing systems.About the Author:
Morten Strunge Nielsen (Denmark) has written nine books on Windows, Windows NT, and client/server and he has contributed more than 1,000 articles to leading computer magazines during the last ten years. He holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). Currently he works as a product manager with a major Danish computer firm, which specializes in the design of infrastructure solutions.
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