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The New XP GUI Phooey, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
By Ed Tittel
Oct 26, 2001
Curious about how Windows XP looks and feels? Ed Tittel gives you the low-down.
Designing Security for a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory
By Roberta Bragg
Oct 11, 2001
Windows 2000 Security Expert Roberta Bragg discusses how to design security for a Windows 2000 Directory.
MMS from 10,000 Feet!
By Rob Hawthorne
Oct 5, 2001
In this article, you learn how Microsoft Metadirectory Services (MMS) can help you manage multiple directories within your organization.
Some Do's and Don'ts for Accessing the Global Catalog
By Rob Hawthorne
Oct 5, 2001
This article introduces you to a real-life solution provided to Henderson Global Investors by KPMG Consulting to achieve a fast and reliable mechanism for retrieving user information.
Fourteen privileges that can be abused in Windows 2000, Part 2
By Roberta Bragg
Sep 28, 2001
In the second of a two-part series, Roberta Bragg continues to focus the attention of auditors, systems administrators, security administrators, security analysts, etc on critical system privileges.
Planning and Deploying Clients
By Roberta Bragg
Sep 28, 2001
This sample chapter covers the Microsoft-specified objectives for the Deploying, Configuring, and Troubleshooting the Client Computer section of the Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 exam.
Fourteen privileges that can be abused in Windows 2000, Part 1
By Roberta Bragg
Sep 14, 2001
To properly administer and secure Windows 2000, you should be knowledgeable on the privileges that can be granted to user and group accounts. In the first of a two-part series, Roberta Bragg focuses the attention to critical system privileges.
Introducing the Domain Name Service (DNS)
By Dave Bixler
Sep 14, 2001
Dave Bixler describes DNS and how it make it easier for a user to find IP-based resources.
Installing and Using Printers in Windows XP Professional
By Louis Columbus
Sep 7, 2001
Windows XP Professional's approach to installing and using printers is comparable to the approaches taken in Windows 2000 Professional, yet with advancements in the areas of configuring network-based printing.
Resolving User SIDs
By Dave Roth
Sep 2, 2001
All security hinges on one central idea, that there is a user to whom you want to either grant or deny access. New Riders' author and Perl programming expert Dave Roth explains what security identifiers are and how to map SIDs to user accounts.
Basic Vim Editing
By Steve Oualline
Aug 6, 2001
In this article, Vim expert Steve Oualline shows you the basic set of 10 Vim commands you need to get started editing. You also learn the four basic movement commands: how to insert and delete text, how to get help, and how to exit the editor.
PDB File Internals
By Sven B. Schreiber
Aug 6, 2001
In this excerpt from Undocumented Windows 2000 Secrets: A Programmer's Cookbook, Windows programming expert Sven Schreiber discusses the internal structure of Microsoft PDB files.
A General Kernel Call Interface
By Sven B. Schreiber
Jul 30, 2001
In this excerpt from Undocumented Windows 2000 Secrets: A Programmer's Cookbook, Windows programming expert Sven Schreiber discusses kernel-mode functions.
Cracking PDB Symbol Files
By Sven B. Schreiber
Jul 30, 2001
This article by expert Sven Schreiber gives you all the information you need to crack the Microsoft PDB symbol files.
Exploring Windows 2000 Memory
By Sven B. Schreiber
Jul 30, 2001
Memory management is one of the most important and most difficult duties of an operating system. This chapter presents a comprehensive overview of Windows 2000 memory management and the structure of the 4-GB linear address space.
Interfacing the the Native API in Windows 2000
By Sven B. Schreiber
Jul 30, 2001
This article by expert Sven Schreiber gives you the basic knowledge needed to access the so-called Native Application Programming Interface (API) from user-mode.
Windows 2000 Memory Management
By Sven B. Schreiber
Jul 30, 2001
In this excerpt from Undocumented Windows 2000 Secrets: A Programmer's Cookbook, Windows programming expert Sven Schreiber discusses important architectural issues of Windows i386 CPU memory management structures.
Windows 2000 Object Structures
By Sven B. Schreiber
Jul 30, 2001
Managing the Directory
By Steven Tate
Jun 22, 2001
This sample chapter from Windows 2000 Essential Reference covers DNS and Active Directory, configuring a domain controller, creating and managing user accounts, creating and managing groups, and logging on and authentication.
Domain Name Services
By Sean Fullerton, James Hudson
Jun 1, 2001
In this chapter from Special Edition Using Microsoft Active Directory, learn the importance of DNS to the functioning of Active Directory.

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