Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Administration by Steve Seguis
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Maintain a dynamic, reliable, and secure Windows Server 2008 environment

Exploit the powerful management, networking, and security tools in Windows Server 2008 using the comprehensive information contained in this real-world resource. Written by a seasoned Windows systems engineer, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Administration lays out each feature alongside clear explanations, practical examples, and hands-on exercises. Inside, you'll learn how to deploy Windows Server 2008, use the new, integrated Server Manager tool, handle Internet services and remote access, and fine-tune performance. You'll also learn how to automate administrative tasks, create reliable system backups, and harden your server's defenses.

Perform typical and Server Core installations of Windows Server 2008 Modify system and component settings using the new Server Manager Administer users, groups, and computers with Active Directory Deliver robust web and FTP hosting using IIS 7.0 and ASP.NET Monitor stability and performance with Windows System Resource Manager Manage security using NAP, IPSec, 802.1x, and DHCP enforcement Encrypt data with Active Directory Certification Services and PKI Provide secure remote access using Terminal Services and RRAS Handle Windows DNS, BitLocker Drive Encryption, and Itanium support Build Windows PowerShell scripts to perform repetitive management jobs
 

About Steve Seguis

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Steve Seguis is a Windows Systems Engineer who has been managing Microsoft Windows environments for more than 10 years. He was a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Windows Server Admin Frameworks from 2004 to 2007 and is a contributor writer and technical editor for Scripting Pro VIP (formerly Windows Scripting Solutions) magazine. His specialty is in systems management and automation.
 
Published February 21, 2008 by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. 488 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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