Windows 2000: The Complete Reference
By Ivens, Kathy and Gardinier, Kenton

The Ultimate Guide to Microsoft's Revolutionary New Operating System. Take full advantage of all the powerful features Windows 2000 has to offer.

Windows 2000: The Complete Reference deconstructs the intricate architecture of the Os, explaining what each of the elements do and how they intereact. You'll learn to handle all kinds of tasks - from configuring computers, to managing users, to designing your Active Directory. Written by Windows NT/2000 experts, this is your all-in-one resource on Microsoft's innovative new operating ystem. Plus, you can keep up to date on product changes and technology updates by visiting

  • Install and configure Windows 2000.
  • Work with file systems.
  • Handle security and troubleshooting.
  • Master the MS Management Console (MMC) and the Active Directory.
  • Enable Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS).
  • Install and configure TCP/IP.
  • Use the new administrative tools.
  • Configure system policies.
  • Manage Internet Information Server 5 (IIS)


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Author Biography

Kathy Ivens (Philadelphia, PA) has authored or co-authored over 30 books. She is one of the top-selling NT authors in the marketplace. Kathy is the author of Osborne's Windows NT Troubleshooting. She recently joined the premier NT publication, Windows NT Magazine as contributing editor.

Kenton Gardinier, MCSE, is a senior enterprise systems engineer specializing in performance analysis and optimization of Windows NT/2000 networks. He is the author of Windows NT Performance Tuning Optimization.

Windows 2000: The Complete Reference
Author(s): Ivens, Kathy and Gardinier, Kenton
ISBN: 007219152X
DOI: 10.1036/007219152X

Format: eBook, 1070 pages.
Pub date: 19 Jan 2000
Copyright: 2000
$39.99 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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