With a bit of SQL and the NT Resource Kit, you can create a log file management system to stay on top of potential intrusions.
Exchange 2000 is as different from Exchange 5.5 as Windows 2000 is from NT 4.0. This feature briefing will bring you up to date on this big new release.
We've partnered with TechNet to bring you answers to technical questions from deep within Microsoft--direct from "Mole."
Whether you're moving from mainframe to NT and Windows 2000 or vice versa, this book can help you translate your new world.
Want to get inside of Windows 2000? This book gives you X-ray vision.
Before diving into an Active Directory project, spend time with this book to understand the complexities of directories in general.
The design and analysis elements in this Windows 2000 exam make sure you understand how to map out a directory service.
Diskeeper 5.0 provides optimizing services for your entire network.
Extend Windows Script Host with WinBatch's ready-to-use automation tools.
Eastman Software's WorkFlow Manager Suite keeps complex workflow processes running.
Exchange 2000 offers new features aimed at making it a true collaboration platform.
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Can a video series help you learn Win2K at the same time it prepares you for MCSE certification?
Surviving these uncertain times requires continual retooling of skills.
As long as you have users, you're going to have data entry errors. Here's how to write scripts to handle bad data with ease.
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Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 offer new routes to email security, but have you done all you can with Exchange 5.5?
In your effort to become an MCSE under Windows 2000, you'll need to understand the inner workings of these three crucial services.
Your education on AD begins with the components that deliver its services. This month: the store.