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Configuring Windows 2000 without Active Directory
 
 

Configuring Windows 2000 without Active Directory, 1st Edition

 
Configuring Windows 2000 without Active Directory, 1st Edition, Syngress,ISBN9781928994541
 
 
 

  

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There is nothing like this book available, yet every Windows 2000 mail list, magazine and online forum shouts for his sort of coverage!

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Eliminate the hassles of Active Directory - install Windows 2000 without it!
Windows 2000 is undoubtedly a great product. In one year after its release, Microsoft have sold have sold 10 million licenses. System administrators are praising its impressive abilities to coordinate Internet, intranet, extranets, and management applications creating a complete technical infrastructure. However, there has been a noticeable amount of organizations that are avoiding one of the most talked about features of Windows 2000 - Active Directory. The industry buzz is that Active Directory (although a great product) is a burden to implement and install and is not compatible with non Windows products like Solaris, NetWare and Linux.
Configuring Windows 2000 WITHOUT Active Directory is a complete guide to installation and configuration of Windows 2000 (without Active Directory) for system administrators and network consultants. This book details not only the new features and functions of Windows 2000 but also how to integrate several features with existing Windows NT4 domains. The book does not cover the Active Directory function of Windows 2000.

Configuring Windows 2000 without Active Directory, 1st Edition

Foreword Chapter 1 Why Not Active Directory? Introduction Why Use Windows 2000 without Active Directory? The Purpose of This Book Who Should Read This Book What This Book Will Cover What This Book Won’t Cover Active Directory Integration Migrating Networks Fractional Networks External Networks Walkthrough: Managing User Accounts and Securing the Local Administrator Account Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 2 Workstations Introduction Using Local Group Policy Group Policy Objects Locating Local Group Policy Configuring Local Group Policy Useful Group Policy Objects Deploying Local Group Policy Objects Security Configuration Using Templates Security Templates Viewing and Modifying Templates Security Configuration and Analysis Deploying Security Templates Automatically with Secedit Improvements in System Reliability Device Driver Signing Windows File Protection and System File Checker Service Pack Application Improvements in Usability Desktop Changes 108 Hardware Support Wizards and Help Walkthrough: Configuring Local Group Policy Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 3 Laptops Introduction Integrating Mobile Computing with the Corporate Network Switching between Working Environments Securing Data Outside the Company Environment Encrypting Folders and Files Remote Access Security Mobile Maintenance and Troubleshooting Safe Mode and the Recovery Console Task Scheduler Task Manager Walkthrough: Using Offline Files Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 4 File and Print Services Introduction Sharing Data: Storing and Retrieving Distributed File System (DFS) Volume Mount Points Indexing Service Sharing Printers: Installing and Managing Standard TCP/IP Port Monitor IP Printing Better Monitoring User Options Managing Servers Disk Management Data Management Monitoring Walkthrough: Setting an Audit Policy Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 5 Terminal Services Introduction Why Use Windows 2000 Terminal Services? Fast Connections Over Low Bandwidths Remote Administration Tighter Security Shadowing Users Seamless Integration Between PC and Server Preinstallation Considerations Licensing Upgrading from Unattended Installations Application Suitability Capacity and Scaling Limitations Configuring and Managing Windows 2000 Terminal Services Configuring Clients to Use Terminal Services Terminal Services Client Terminal Services Advanced Client Walkthrough: Remotely Administering a Windows 2000 Server With Terminal Services Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 6 Networking Services Introduction Name Resolution with DNS Do You Need to Run DNS? Advantages of Microsoft’s Windows 2000 DNS Integrating Microsoft DNS and UNIX DNS DHCP for Central Configuration and Control of Addresses TCP/IP Configuration Options Superscopes Name Resolution with WINS Improved WINS Manager Data Integrity 381 High Performance High Availability with Network Load Balancing (NLB) Network Load Balancing Components Addresses and Priorities Configuring Network Load Balancing Monitoring and Administering Network Load Balancing Walkthrough: Configuring DNS Primary and Secondary Zones Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 7 Internet Services Introduction Installing IIS5 Improvements in Reliability Application Protection IISreset Backup/Restore Configuration FTP Restart Improvements in Administration and Management Wizards and Tools Improved Logging for Process Accounting Improved Remote Administration Web Site Operators Improvements in Security Windows Integrated Digest Fortezza Improvements in Performance HTTP Compression ASP Improvements Bandwidth Throttling Process Throttling Socket Pooling Document Collaboration with WebDAV Using WebDAV Certificate Services Certificate Authorities and Roles Installing and Configuring a Standalone CA Server Certificates How Users Request and Manage Certificates Using Secure Communication (SSL) on the Web Server Walkthrough: Configuring Multiple Web Sites on a Single Web Server Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 8 Secure Communication Introduction IPSec Planning-Working Out What You Want to Secure and How Password Based Certificate Based IP Security Utilities-For Configuring and Monitoring Secure Communication Using IP Security Policies on Local Machines Using IP Security Monitor Using the IPSec Policy Agent Service Using TCP/IP | Advanced | Options Using Certificates Snap-In Using the Security Log Using the NetDiag Support Tool IPSec Built-in Policies-For Minimal Administrator Configuration Client (Respond Only) Server (Request Security) Secure Server (Require Security) IPSec Policy Components IP Filter Rules and Lists IP Filter Actions Other IP Rule Components- IP Security Protocols and Algorithms Data Authentication Algorithms Data Encryption Algorithms Key Exchange and Management Security Associations Walkthrough 8.1: Setting and Testing Custom IPSec Policies Walkthrough 8.2: Using IPSec to Protect a Web Server Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 9 Remote Access Introduction Using and Configuring Remote Access Policies Remote Access Administration Models Remote Access Policy Components Configuring Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access Configuring General Server Properties Configuring Security Server Properties Configuring IP Server Properties Configuring IPX Server Properties Configuring NetBEUI Server Properties Configuring PPP Server Properties Configuring Event Logging Server Properties Configuring Dialup and VPN Connections Configuring L2TP VPN Connections Using and Configuring Internet Authentication Service (IAS) Configuring RRAS and IAS Configuring Remote Clients with the Connection Manager Administration Kit Manually Defining Connections Using the Connection Manager Administration Kit How Users Install and Use Connection Manager Walkthrough: Configuring Remote Access Policies Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 10 Internet Connectivity Introduction Using and Configuring Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) ICS Settings Using and Configuring RRAS Network Address Translation (NAT) Installing NAT Configuring NAT Monitoring NAT Controlling Connections Using and Configuring Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server Security Features Caching Features Additional Features ISA Clients Upgrading Issues Walkthrough: Configuring NAT to Publish a Web Server Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Appendix The Windows 2000 Microsoft Management Console Introduction MMC Basics Saving Configuration Changes Exporting Information from MMC Snap-Ins Adding Servers Remote Administration Command Line Configuring and Creating Your Own MMCs Using Favorites in MMCs Saving Custom MMCs Changing the Custom MMC View Advanced MMC Configuration: Using Taskpads The New Taskpad View Wizard Adding Taskpad Views and Non-Snap-In Commands Further Customization and Development with MMCs Distributing MMCs Summary Indexing
 
 

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