Item description for Windows 2000 Active Directory Black Book: A Guide to Mastering Active Directory--the Key to Windows 2000 by Adam Wood...
This system administrators bible provides detailed coverage of Active Directory security, auditing, and integration with existing installations. It includes a realistic case study to be used as a template for system migration and integration. The book also examines distributed security applications such as Kerberos, and standards such as X.500. It offers hard to find tips on improving directory performance and it explains in detail how Windows 2000's Active Directory subsystem manages "system lookup" tasks by associated users with passwords and permissions.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.4" Width: 7.38" Height: 1.99" Weight: 2.6 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2002
Publisher Paraglyph Press
ISBN 1932111433 ISBN13 9781932111439
Availability 0 units.
More About Adam Wood
Wood is an independent computer consultant. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Windows 2000. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Cambridge University.
Adam Wood currently resides in Cambridge. Adam Wood was born in 1978.
Reviews - What do customers think about Windows 2000 Active Directory Black Book: A Guide to Mastering Active Directory--the Key to Windows 2000?
This book is excellent May 30, 2001
I have gone over several books on AD but this is the only one that provided me in depth information. This is not a book for the very beginners of Active Directory but is a book that needs to read.
Ok, I'm biased, I wrote it... Dec 3, 2000
Active Directory is without a doubt the most important part of Windows 2000 and this book -- written entirely based upon the release version of Windows 2000 (not based on the betas) -- is a comprehensive introduction and reference to this important technology.
Building from the ground up, it combines step-by-step instructions to do complex tasks instead of dismissively telling you that you should do X (where X is undocumented elsewhere) and also teaches basic VBScript and integrates scripting solutions alongside point-and-click and command line methods.
The topics covered range from understanding and installing Active Directory through all the constituent parts to Group Policy, other Intellimirror technologies and advanced topics such as troubleshooting, interoperability and design issues.