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Understanding Active Directory, Part V
By Mark Walla, Robert Williams
May 31, 2002
This fifth article in a six-part series on Active Directory issues examines the open standards and naming conventions embraced by Active Directory.
Managing OUs, Users, and Groups in Active Directory
By Sakari Kouti, Mika Seitsonen
May 24, 2002
This chapter covers managing OUs and Users, Contacts, Computers, and Groups in Active Directory using the Users and Computers snap-in.
Reading and Writing the Registry in .NET
By Scott Loban
May 24, 2002
The Windows Registry is a data repository that exists on each computer in Windows 95 and later systems. Scott Loban introduces the basics of storing and retrieving runtime information in the Registry.
Understanding Active Directory, Part IV
By Robert Williams, Mark Walla
May 24, 2002
This fourth article in a six-part series on Active Directory issues examines the specialized roles played by domain controllers.
Describing Active Directory Components
By Neall Alcott
May 17, 2002
Examine some of the most critical components in Active Directory, as well as Microsoft's recommendations for their use.
Understanding Active Directory, Part III
By Robert Williams, Mark Walla
May 17, 2002
This third article in a six-part series on Active Directory issues examines Active Directory's physical structure component.
Understanding Active Directory, Part II
By Robert Williams, Mark Walla
May 10, 2002
This second article in a six-part series on Active Directory issues by Robert Williams and Mark Walla examines the Active Directory's structural components.
Providing Access to Citrix MetaFrame Through a Firewall
By Ted Harwood
May 1, 2002
In this article, Ted Harwood teaches you how access to your Citrix MetaFrame server farm works from a network level.
Understanding Active Directory, Part I
By Robert Williams, Mark Walla
May 1, 2002
This first article in a six-part series on Active Directory issues examines the basics of this new breed of metadirectory.
Accessing Windows Terminal Server Through a Firewall
By Ted Harwood
Apr 19, 2002
Ted Harwood shows you how to setup access to your Windows NT 4.0 or 2000 Terminal Servers through a firewall in this article.
Performing a Great Screen Play: The Many Routes to Remote Computing
By Ross Scott Rubin
Apr 12, 2002
Symantec's pcAnywhere is no longer the de facto program for remote access. Ross Scott Rubin demonstrates how cross-platform options, hosted services, and two new options built into Windows XP can bridge the distance between you and another computer.
The Windows 2000 File System
By Andrew S. Tanenbaum
Apr 12, 2002
Windows 2000 supports several file systems including FAT-16, FAT-32, and NTFS. Andy Tanenbaum examines the NTFS file system this sample chapter.
Analyzing, Configuring, and Monitoring Windows NT 4.0 Security
By Jim Cooper, Dennis Maione, Roberta Bragg
Apr 5, 2002
A wide variety of advanced topics from MCSE Exam 70-244 are covered in this article. The concept that binds them all together is that of security.
Active Directory Schema
By Sakari Kouti, Mika Seitsonen
Mar 29, 2002
This sample chapter from Inside Active Directory: A System Administrator's Guide describes the Active Directory data model and the way in which the rules of the schema enforce it.
Obtaining the Latest Release of Samba
By Jeremy Allison, Gerald Carter
Mar 29, 2002
This article provides the information necessary to download the latest Samba source code distribution and also looks at the various precompiled binary packages that are available.
Clustering the World Wide Web Service on Windows 2000
By Joseph M. Lamb
Mar 15, 2002
Let author and columnist Joseph M. Lamb guide you through the construction of a clustered web server using Microsoft’s Windows 2000 Advanced Server and Internet Information Server 5.0.
Security Issues and Solutions Part 5: Network Services and Architecture
By Mark Walla, Robert Williams
Mar 15, 2002
This fifth article in a six-part series on security issues by Robert Williams examines network services-related security issues.
Clustering Microsoft Exchange Server 2000
By Joseph M. Lamb
Mar 8, 2002
Ensuring reliability and scalability within your email system can be a trying experience. Let author and columnist Joseph M. Lamb guide you through the construction of a clustered Exchange Server utilizing Windows 2000 Advanced Server and Exchange Server 2000.
Moving onto a Windows XP Desktop
By Ed Tittel
Mar 8, 2002
If you’re considering Windows XP, you must first decide whether to adopt the Home Edition or Professional. After that, it’s a matter of working through upgrade or new install requirements and learning to live with a new, more colorful Windows desktop. On balance, it seems to be a pretty good move!
Security Issues and Solutions Part 4: Physical Security and Auditing
By Mark Walla, Robert Williams
Mar 8, 2002
This fourth article in a six-part series on security issues by Robert Williams examines physical computer security and the use of auditing tools to monitor and prevent breaches.

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