Windows 2000 Server On Site is a one-stop resource for administrators and network professionals. It guides the reader through the entire project of implementing Windows 2000 Server on a network beginning with planning and installation, followed by deployment, configuration, and troubleshooting. Packed with tools, this book features planning worksheets, decision-making diagrams, checklists for hardware, software topology and rollout needs, decision trees and hundreds of screenshots. It includes a step-by-step guide for installation or migration, including decisions that must be made at certain junctures of the installation process. It also discusses setting up the Microsoft Management Console, creating and managing users and groups, printing services, and how to employ backups and restorations.If the Allow Printers To Be Published option is disabled, the List In The Directory option will not apply and will be ignored. ... Note: Pruning, coming up next, is the process that Windows 2000 Active Directory uses to keep its printer information up-to-date ... Pruning and its related policy settings might need to be configured in some instances, such as when a print server is intentionally taken offline for repair.
|Title||:||Windows 2000 Server on Site|
|Publisher||:||Coriolis Group - 2001|