Migrating to Windows 2000 for Dummies

Migrating to Windows 2000 for Dummies

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Are you a network administrator who needs to understand the nuts and bolts of migrating to Windows 2000? Are you a senior decision-maker wondering what Windows 2000 is all about? You're both in luck, for this guide is written to give management and the technical staff a sense of the increased range of performance, functionality, and efficiency your investment in Windows 2000 can provide.

Migrating To Windows 2000 For Dummies is a handy reference to help you make the jump to Windows 2000. From planning the move to deploying network changes this book helps you discover?

The nuts and bolts of Windows 2000 Server Valuable information on developing a comprehensive, long-range migration strategy How Windows 2000 Server can coexist with UNIX platforms connected to your network Details of migrating from Windows NT servers and working with NetWare servers The essential components of the Windows 2000 interface, its completely redesigned directory structure, and administering group policies New features included with Active Directory, Distributed File System, Microsoft Management Console, and Terminal Services Managing hardware resources as well as protecting software resources and workstation contents The enclosed CD-ROM includes preview and evaluation versions of Omniquad Detective, pcAnywhere, and Password Recovery Toolkit. It also offers you shareware, including CuteFTP, Go!Zilla, Random Password Generator Pro, NeoTrace, and WebFerret 2.7 100 freeware.
Publisher: Foster City, Calif. : IDG Books Worldwide, c2000.
ISBN: 9780764504594
0764504592
Branch Call Number: 005/.4469/Ste 6173cg 1
Characteristics: xxiv, 331 p. : ill. + 1 computer laser optical disk (4 3/4 in.). --

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