Managing Windows Server 2003
Jonathan HassellISBN: 0596006241; 9780596006242;
With Windows Server 2003, Microsoft has the right server for a world now dominated by enterprise networks and web-based server applications. A number of significant improvements make this a more reliable server than Windows 2000, and Server 2003 is a very competitive solution to Unix in terms of cost, performance, and application development productivity. But getting this server up and running, either as a stand-alone or as part of a multi-site, multi-server network, is a formidable task. Our no-fluff guide gives you exactly what you need for installing, configuring, securing, and managing Server 2003, and offers hands-on advice for planning, implementing and growing Windows networks without trying to teach you how to be a system administrator. Learning Windows Server 2003 shows you how to create and manage user accounts (with particular attention to Active Directory), manage access to system resources such as printers and files, and configure and manage the server's...