Scripting provides system administrators an optimal means of automating tedious and time-consuming application, configuration, and management tasks. In addition you can take advantage of new capabilities offered by VBScript, ADSI and Windows Scripting Host. ADSI is particularly important in light of the upcoming release of Windows 2000, as it provides a means of accessing functionality in the Active Directory Microsoft's highly-publicized directory service. ADSI allows for cross-functionality with directory services in other computing platforms, which is critical since 90% of all enterprise networks comprise multiple platforms. This book will provide system administrators with solutions to automate and simplify the configuration and management of their networks. The author will present expert tips, code development and proven in real-world enterprise environments.See SAM Security Accounts property sheet (FTP service), 344-345 anonymous FTP connections, 345-346 account credentials, 346-347, 535-536 anonymous only access, 348, 536 enabling/disabling access, 346, 535 site operators, 348- 349, ... 609 IADsOU interface, 612 IADsUser interface, 657 ServerBindings property, 226 FTP service management, 341-343, 533-534 Web Site property sheet, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows NT/2000 ADSI Scripting for System Administration|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 2000|