Windows 2000's Active Directory provides a single uniform interface to all of the network's resources, including printers, documents, e-mail addresses, databases, and users. It also manages naming, querying, registration, and resolution needs. This book introduces readers to all of Active Directory's capabilities.
Active Directory Services dramatically changes the way IT professionals design, plan, configure and administer their Windows NT networks. The primary benefits of Active Directory Services are its extensibility, scalability, and ease of management as compared to prior generations of Windows NT. If you are a Systems Engineer, you will probably spend much of your time over the next several years planning for and deploying Active Directory Services in many different environments. Don't wait to get ahead of the knowledge curve; Managing Active Directory for Windows 2000 Server provides you with everything you will need to succeed.
Designed for the IT manager discussing Active Directory concepts and implementation. Includes a free membership to Access.Globalknowledge.