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Active Directory Best Practices 24seven is written specifically to build on the practical and conceptual knowledge you've already earned. Taking a "just the facts, ma'am" approach this book provides targeted instruction and insider tips to help you quickly implement the best practices established by successful network administrators across a wide range of industries. This is also an excellent way to make a pain-free transition to the latest release of Active Directory. Coverage includes:Building a complete Active Directory-based infrastructureUnderstanding migration options, including the role of Organizational UnitsConfiguring domain controllers to support Flexible Single Master OperationsUnderstanding how Exchange affects Active Directory designUsing the new backup and restore optionsTroubleshooting and optimizing the Active Directory database, File Replication Service, and Group PolicySetting up and maintaining interoperation between Active Directory and DNSMigrating and consolidating Windows NT 4 and Windows 2000-based domainsManaging patchesSecuring the base operating system before promoting a domain controllerSecuring DNS to protect associated domain controllersWorking with Active Directory security optionsAbout the AuthorBrad Price, MCSE: Messaging and MCT, has been in the IT field for 15 years. Currently he works as a technical trainer specializing in Active Directory and Exchange Server 2000 and 2003.
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