If you're new to Windows 2000 Server or to networks in general, fear not, because using a network is not beyond anyone's wits or abilities -- it's mostly a matter of using a language that ordinary people can understand. Windows 2000 Server For Dummies covers new Web-enabled network features and Active Directory administration for Windows 2000 in plain language. It's full of easy-to-understand instructions that enable you to find your way around a Windows 2000 Server-based network and... * Grasp basic networking concepts and terminology * Understand network design, layout principles, and installation configurations * Review software components common on Windows 2000-based networks * Install and configure Windows 2000 Server * Manage users and groups on a Windows 2000-based network * Conduct a review of network security principles and practices to protect your data from accidental loss or vandalism * Troubleshoot common causes of trouble on Windows 2000-based networksMicrosoft has integrated two new capabilities into Windows 2000 to ease the burden of maintaining an up-to-date version. First, ita#39;s added the Windows Update tool, which can be configured to regularly check for new updates and prompt you whether to download and install them. ... The Emergency Repair Disk (ERD) was a godsend tool for Windows NT 4.0 systems because it could be used to repairanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows 2000 Server For Dummies|
|Author||:||Ed Tittel, Mary T. Madden, James M. Stewart|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 2000-03-03|