Full of practical advice for the designer of large-scale NT networks, Windows 2000 Server: Planning and Migration provides tips and design techniques gained by the author from years of personal experience as an NT architect of large corporations with global NT networks. This book can quickly save the NT professional thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours. Contents include how to balance the design of an NT 4.0 network between ease of administration, distributed security, and ease of migration to Windows 2000; migration paths to Windows 2000, and difficulties along the way; design guidelines for Windows 2000; supporting a large NT network - know in advance where to concentrate resources; and selecting, configuring, and maintaining an NT server that won't become obsolete in a year.
I. WINDOWS 2000: NT MEETS THE ENTERPRISE.1. Base Services in Windows 2000.
II. CHOOSING HARDWARE FOR WINDOWS 2000.4. Choosing the Box.
III. PLANNING FOR AND MIGRATING TO WINDOWS 2000.6. Designing Your Windows 2000 Core Services.
IV. MANAGING A WINDOWS 2000 NETWORK.9. General NT Support Fundamentals.
V. APPENDIXES.A: Working with Microsoft Support.