Windows 2000: The Complete Reference - Kathy Ivens; David Chernicoff;Osborne McGraw-Hill, 2000, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good+. Upper wrap slightly curled, a touch dog-eared.
Windows 2000 The Complete Reference is a book for network administrators, IT professionals and power users who need a comprehensive Windows 2000 guide. It covers both the Professional and Server versions, with the main focus on configuration and administration. The first part of the book explains how to plan and implement a Windows 2000 installation. A tour of the user interface follows, including coverage of the important Microsoft Management Console. The longest section of the book covers networking, beginning with an overview of TCP/IP and going on to explain DNS (Domain Name System),Active Directory, Routing and Remote Access, Network Services and User Management. Additional chapters provide guidance on file systems and disk management, security, Internet Information Server, clustering and terminal services. Some Windows handbooks simply re-hash the official documentation, while others skate over important details. This title avoids both errors, offering detailed and relevant information, including explanatory background along with clear how-to guidance. The real-world experience of the authors shows in the numerous troubleshooting and performance tips that appear along the way. 1070pp. Index. Size: 4to Crown (9¾" x 7½")