Why should new versions of mission-critical technologies mean starting from scratch? If you already know how to use Microsoft Windows Server 2000, leverage those skills to quickly become an expert on Microsoft Windows Server 2003. Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Delta Guide skips the basics and moves straight to what¿s new and what¿s changed. The result? You save time and money while preparing yourself for the next generation of Microsoft¿s server operating system!
Use Your existing Windows Server skills to master Microsoft¿s newest operating system!
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Who Should Read This Book. How to Use This Book.
Microsofts Newest Operating System. Windows Server 2003 Family. Selecting an Edition. Product Activation and Volume Licensing.
Whats New. Installation Changes. Server RIS. Upgrading from Prior Versions.
Whats New. User Interface Themes. Compressed Folders. CD Burning. Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance. Other Interface Changes.
Whats New. Microsofts New Security Philosophy. Security Tools. Encrypting Data. Common Security Holes. Developing a Security Strategy.
Whats New. Active Directory Functional Levels. Tools and Utilities. Administration. Architecture. Security. Operations.
Whats New. General Group Policy Changes. Group Policy Management User Interface. New Group Policies.
Whats New. IIS: Not Installed by Default. Architecture and Memory Management. Administrative Changes. Security Enhancements. Migrating from IIS 5 to 6. Metabase and Management Enhancements. The POP3 and SMTP Services.
Whats New. WINS, DHCP, and DNS. Fax Sharing. File Sharing. Distributed File System. Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Network Management. Encrypting File System. WebDAV and Remote Sharing.
Whats New. The .NET Framework. Web Services Support. Other Development Platform Enhancements.
Whats New. IPv6 Overview. IPSec Improvements. Universal Plug and Play Support. New Networking Services. RRAS Enhancements. Other Networking and Communications Improvements.
Whats New. Terminal Services Overview. Remote Desktop for Administration. Remote Desktop Protocol 5.1. Security Enhancements. Terminal Server Session Directory.
Whats New. Clustering Terminology. Cluster Service. Network Load Balancing. Clusterable Services.
Whats New. General Management Changes. Headless Servers. New Command-Line Tools.
Whats New. Hotfix and Service Packs Management. Administrative Scripting. Backup and Restore. Automated System Recovery.
Whats New. 64-bit Overview. 64-bit Architecture. 32-bit Windows Compatibility. Significant Differences.
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...XP and Windows .NET editions, except Data Center. To create...
|...XP and Windows 2003 editions, except Data Center. To create...||4/21/2008|
|1||p86||Para under Group Policy Object Editor, 2nd to last line:
Requirements section lists the systems that support the policy (Windows 2000, XP, .NET, and so on).
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...that wouldnt ordinarily run on XP or .NET to run...
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VDS provider that translates the Windows .NET APIs to the vendor-specific APIs.
|VDS provider that translates the Windows 2003 APIs to the vendor-specific APIs.||4/21/2008|
|1||p141||Last para, 2nd to last line:
...must be the same Windows .NET forest. After the domain is in Windows .NET native mode...
|...must be the same Windows 2003 forest. After the domain is in Windows 2003 native mode...||4/21/2008|