July 2000 - Migrating to Windows 2000
Migrating tips; Win2K Terminal Services implementation; multiprocessors.
How do you get NT 4.0 to recognize your second processor if it won't even boot up?
In which the Mole addresses event logging magic and copying groups.
Terminal Services offers a way to move your clients to Windows 2000--and other new applications--without messing with hardware or OS upgrades.
Migrating to a system as complex as Windows 2000 is tough. Here's what consulting firms and analysts recommend as you plan your company's deployment.
This book takes the best of a dozen Sybex books
on networking with Windows NT, Novell, Netware, and Unix.
Want something more than the usual study guide for the Solution Architectures core exam? This book is an excellent tool.
Your Knowledge in eight areas--DNS, DHCP, remote access, network protocols, IP routing, WINS, NAT, and Certificate Services--will prove your mastery
of network infrastructures.
Proving that you're ready to implement Active Directory requires a deep understanding of Group Policy, Domains, OUs, and DNS.
Sure, you understand plenty about implementing server software, which could surface in this exam; it's the new functionality of Win2K that can trip you up.
Are you ready to go beyond the wizards of Windows 2000 and dig in to Microsoft's most complex OS yet?
Leverage the skills of Unix administrtors with
these utilities brought to WinNT/2000.
Gravity Storm program makes service pack and hotfix installation a snap.
LANUtil32 offers polished network management in an easy-to-use package.
PC-Duo provides flexible network control--without leaving the office.
SuperSpeed puts a new twist on disk caching.
The affordable Cisco 3500 switch offers a GUI interface to IOS, Gigabit Ethernet support, and clustering capabilities. What more could a network engineer want?
Exchange 2000 offers new features aimed at making it a true collaboration platform.
Call Me Certifiable
Too busy to take a break? Do yourself a favor and make time.
Passing the Windows 2000 exam won't be easy--at all. Mastering
Windows 2000 Server, Second Edition can help you weather the storm.
With Microsoft breaking up, here are a few guesses where the certification group will end up.
Functions not only help you organize your scripts into subroutines, they also let you choose between going global or staying local.
In an ocean of MCSEs, how do you make yourself stand out?
Running Windows 2000 Terminal Services is the next best thing to being there--but how do you do it securely?
WINS is outta here!... sort of. Microsoft's adoption of DNS makes our IT lives much less complicated. Here's a guide to working with it.
Even if you lack a Windows 2000 lab, you can still map out the process of directory service installation.