Windows 2000: A Beginner?s Guide
By Matthews, Martin S.

Your hands-on resource in Windows 2000 - the business operating system for the next generation of PC computing.

Build a firm foundation in Windows 2000-the business operating system for the next generation of PC computing. Windows 2000: A Beginner's Guide is a step-by-step tutorial and reference that's packed with real-world examples and concise explanations. Blueprints, block diagrams, and screenshots illustrate in detail how every feature of Windows 2000 works and how elements relate to one another. You'll learn how to deploy and configure Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional, optimize network efficiency with Active Directory and distributed services, and communicate using routing, remote access, and telephony applications. Plus, you'll get detailed instructions on Implementing Internet Information Services and the Microsoft Management Console.

  • Install, customize, and maintain Windows 2000 Server and Professional
  • Understand the Windows 2000 communication and networking infrastructure
  • Implement distributed services and the Distributed file system
  • Organize and track users, computers, and policies with Active Directory Services
  • Communicate securely using routing and remote access
  • Manage Web sites using Internet Information Services 5.0 and WebDAV
  • Simplify system administration using the Microsoft Management Console
  • Implement the latest security using Kerberos, PKI, encrypted files, and smart cards
  • Integrate or migrate a Novell NetWare network into Windows 2000
  • Utilize advanced power management and offline files with mobile computers
  • Automate the setup of Windows 2000 Professional on a number of computers


DOI: 10.1036/0072123249

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Author Biography

Martin S. Matthews (Freeland, WA) has over 30 years of computing experience. Marty has also held management and executive-level positions in several companies. He has been both a company president of a 45-person firm for six years and a vice president of finance of a 500-person firm for seven years. In these positions Marty could see the need for and use of the end products of computing. Marty has been writing computer-related books for over 15 years.


Windows 2000: A Beginner?s Guide
Author(s): Matthews, Martin S.
ISBN: 0072123249
DOI: 10.1036/0072123249

Format: paperback, 646 pages.
Pub date: 15 Jun 2000
Copyright: 2000
$43.95 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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