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Windows Server 2008: The Definitive Guide is a complete soup-to-nuts reference and practical guide to everything in the latest release of Microsoft's widely used server operating system. With this book, you'll come away with a firm understanding of what's happening under the hood of the server, with a thorough discussion and treatment of each of its major components. You'll find complete coverage of: Indispensable features such as the Domain Name System, Active Directory, and User Services. New features such as the Internet Information Services 7, Server Core, and Windows Terminal Services and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Windows Server 2008: The Definitive Guide is a complete soup-to-nuts reference and practical guide to everything in the latest release of Microsoft's widely used server operating system. With this book, you'll come away with a firm understanding of what's happening under the hood of the server, with a thorough discussion and treatment of each of its major components. You'll find complete coverage of: Indispensable features such as the Domain Name System, Active Directory, and User Services. New features such as the Internet Information Services 7, Server Core, and Windows Terminal Services and much more.

This is the only book you need to become familiar with Windows Server 2008. Whether you're an experienced system administrator or one who's just beginning, you'll turn to this practical and comprehensive guide again and again when you need to understand this complex but adaptable product.
This practical guide has exactly what you need to work with Windows Server 2008. Inside, you'll find step-by-step procedures for using all of the major components, along with discussions on complex concepts such as Active Directory replication, DFS namespaces and replication, network access protection, the Server Core edition, Windows PowerShell, server clustering, and more. All of this with a more compact presentation and a tighter focus on tasks than you'll find in bulkier references. Windows Server 2008: The Definitive Guide takes a refreshing approach. You won't find the history of Windows NT, or discussions on the way things used to work. Instead, you get only the information you need to use this server. If you're a beginning or intermediate system administrator, you learn how the system works, and how to administer machines running it. The expert administrators among you discover new concepts and components outside of your realm of expertise. Simply put, this is the most thorough reference available for Windows Server 2008, with complete guides to: * Installing the server in a variety of different environments * File services and the Windows permission structure * How the domain name system (DNS) works * Active Directory, including its logical and physical structure, hierarchical components, scalability, and replication * Group Policy's structure and operation * Managing security policy with predefined templates and customized policy plans * Architectural improvements, new features, and daily administration of IIS 7 * Terminal Services from both the administrator's user's point of view * Networking architecture including DNS, DHCP, VPN, RADIUS server, IAS, and IPSec * Windows clustering services --- applications, grouping machines, capacity and network planning, user account management * Windows PowerShell scripting and command-line technology With Windows Server 2008: The Definitive Guide, you to come away with a firm understanding of what's happening under the hood, but without the sense that you're taking a graduate course in OS theory. If you intend to work with this server, this is the only book you need.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates / OREILLY MEDIA
  • Seitenzahl: 474
  • Erscheinungstermin: März 2008
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 232mm x 179mm x 25mm
  • Gewicht: 762g
  • ISBN-13: 9780596514112
  • ISBN-10: 0596514115
  • Artikelnr.: 23070267
Autorenporträt
Jonathan Hassell is an author, consultant and speaker on a variety of IT topics. His published works include RADIUS, Hardening Windows, Using Windows Small Business Server 2003, and Learning Windows Server 2003. His work appears regularly in such periodicals as Windows IT Pro magazine, PC Pro and TechNet Magazine. He also speaks worldwide on topics ranging from networking and security to Windows administration.
Inhaltsangabe
Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface 1. Introducing Windows Server 2008      The Biggest Changes      Networking Improvements      Security Improvements      Manageability Improvements      Performance and Reliability Upgrades      Windows Server 2008 Editions      Hardware Requirements      The Last Word 2. Installation and Deployment      Installing Windows Server 2008      Initial Configuration Tasks      Deployment      The Last Word 3. File Services      File and Print Server Features      Setting Up File Sharing Services      NTFS File and Folder Permissions      The File Server Resource Manager      Disk
Based Quotas      Using Offline Files and Folders      Using Previous Versions      The Distributed File System      Command
Line Utilities      The Last Word 4. Domain Name System      Nuts and Bolts      Zones Versus Domains      Resource Records      Using Primary and Secondary Nameservers      Building a Nameserver      Subdomains and Delegation      Dynamic DNS      Active Directory
Integrated Zones      Forwarding      The Split DNS Architecture      Backup and Recovery      Command
Line Utilities      The Last Word 5. Active Directory      Active Directory Domain Services Objects and Concepts      Building an AD DS Structure      Understanding Operations Master Roles      Understanding Directory Replication      Active Directory Troubleshooting and Maintenance      The Last Word 6. Group Policy and IntelliMirror      An Introduction to Group Policy      Group Policy Implementation      Local Group Policy      Domain Group Policy      Deployment Considerations      Troubleshooting Group Policy      Other Group Policy Management Tools      Command
Line Utilities      The Last Word 7. Windows Security and Patch Management      Understanding Security Considerations      Locking Down Windows      Using Auditing and the Event Log      The Last Word 8. Internet Information Services 7      Major Improvements      The New Architecture      Roles      Managing IIS Graphically      Managing IIS from the Command Line      The Last Word 9. Windows Server 2008 Server Core      The Lack of a Shell      Realistic Deployment Scenarios      No Managed Code      Few Third
Party Software Applications      Installation      Initial Configuration      Administering Windows Server 2008 Server Core Machines      The Last Word 10. Terminal Services      The Remote Desktop Protocol      Adding the Terminal Server Role      Enabling Remote Desktop      On the User's Side      Terminal Services Administration      Terminal Services RemoteApp      Terminal Services Web Access      Terminal Services Gateway      Command
Line Utilities      The Last Word 11. DHCP and Network Access Protection      Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol      Network Access Protection      The Last Word 12. An Introduction to Clustering Technologies      Network Load
Balancing Clusters      Server Clustering      Command
Line Utilities      The Last Word 13. PowerShell      Why PowerShell?      Installing PowerShell      PowerShell and Security      Starting Up PowerShell      Cmdlets: The Heart of PowerShell      Getting Help with PowerShell      Using Data Stores and PowerShell Providers      The Pipeline      Formatting Basics      Variables      Writing Scripts      Objects: .NET, WMI, and COM      Advanced PowerShell      Learning More About PowerShell      The Last Word 14. Hyper
V      How It Works      Getting Started with Hyper
V      Virtualization Strategy      The Last Word Index