Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out

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Designed for system administrators, this definitive, supremely organized reference delivers in-depth solutions, tips, and tools for deploying, managing, and troubleshooting Windows Server 2003—all in a concise, fast-answers format.

Table of contents

  1. Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out
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    2. A Note Regarding Supplemental Files
    3. Acknowledgments
    4. We'd Like to Hear from You!
    5. About the CD
      1. What's on the CD
      2. Using the CD
      3. Support Information
    6. Conventions and Features Used in this Book
      1. Text Conventions
      2. Design Conventions
    7. About the Author
    8. 1. Windows Server 2003 Overview and Planning
      1. 1. Introducing Windows Server 2003
        1. What's New in Windows Server 2003
          1. Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
          2. Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
          3. Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition
          4. Windows Server 2003, Web Edition
        2. 64-Bit Computing
        3. .NET Technologies
          1. .NET Framework Technologies
          2. .NET Framework Layers
        4. Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
        5. Windows XP Editions
          1. Windows XP and Active Directory
          2. Installing Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools on Windows XP
        6. Increased Support for Standards
          1. IPv6 Support
          2. IETF Security Standards Support
          3. XML Web Services Support
        7. Interface and Tool Improvements
          1. Simple and Classic Start Menus
          2. Improvements for Active Directory Tools
          3. Other Tool Improvements
        8. Active Directory Improvements
          1. Domains Can Be Renamed
          2. Active Directory Can Replicate Selectively
          3. Active Directory–Integrated DNS Zones Can Forward Conditionally
          4. Active Directory Schema Objects Can Be Deleted
          5. Active Directory and Global Catalog Are Optimized
          6. Active Directory Can Compress and Route Selectively
          7. Forest-to-Forest Trusts
          8. Active Directory Migration Made Easier
        9. Group Policy Improvements
          1. Group Policy Management Console
          2. Software Restriction Policies in Group Policy
          3. Policy Changes for User Profiles
        10. Management and Administration Extras
          1. Remote Administration Gets a Face-Lift
          2. Enhanced File Management by Using DFS
          3. Improved Storage and File System Options
          4. Changes for Terminal Services
          5. Printer Queue Redundancy
          6. Remote Installation Services
          7. Headless Servers and Out-of-Band Management
        11. Security Advances
          1. Windows Server 2003 Feature Lock Down
          2. IPSec and Wireless Security
          3. Microsoft .NET Passport Support
        12. Reliability and Maintenance Enhancements
          1. Automatic System Recovery
          2. Automatic Updates
          3. Improved Verification and System Protection
      2. 2. Planning for Windows Server 2003
        1. Overview of Planning
          1. The Microsoft Solutions Framework Process Model
          2. Your Plan: The Big Picture
        2. Identifying Your Organizational Teams
          1. Microsoft Solutions Framework Team Model
          2. Your Project Team
        3. Assessing Project Goals
          1. The Business Perspective
          2. Identifying IT Goals
          3. Examining IT–Business Interaction
          4. Predicting Network Change
        4. Analyzing the Existing Network
          1. Evaluating the Network Infrastructure
          2. Assessing Systems
          3. Identify Network Services and Applications
          4. Identifying Security Infrastructure
          5. Reviewing Network Administration
            1. Network Administrative Model
            2. Disaster Recovery
            3. Network Management Tools
        5. Defining Objectives and Scope
          1. Specifying Organizational Objectives
          2. Setting the Schedule
          3. Shaping the Budget
          4. Allowing for Contingencies
          5. Finalizing Project Scope
        6. Defining the New Network Environment
          1. Defining Domain and Security Architecture
            1. Assess Domain Architecture and Changes
            2. Impact on Network
            3. Identify Security Requirements
          2. Changing the Administrative Approach
            1. Management Tools
            2. Select and Implement Standards
            3. Change Management
          3. Thinking about Active Directory
            1. Designing the Active Directory Namespace
            2. Managing Domain Trusts
            3. Identifying Domain and Forest Functional Level
            4. Defining Active Directory Server Roles
          4. Planning for Server Usage
            1. Server Roles
          5. Determining Which Windows Edition to Use
            1. Using Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
            2. Using Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
            3. Using Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition
            4. Using Windows Server 2003, Web Edition
        7. Selecting a Software Licensing Program
          1. Retail Product Licenses
          2. Volume-Licensing Programs
            1. Open License Program
            2. Select License
            3. Enterprise Agreement License
            4. Software Assurance
        8. Final Considerations for Planning and Deployment
    9. 2. Windows Server 2003 Installation
      1. 3. Preparing for the Installation and Getting Started
        1. Getting a Quick Start
          1. New Features and Enhancements
            1. Setup Methods
            2. Setup Programs
            3. Controlling Setup from the Command Line
            4. Winnt Command-Line Parameters
            5. Winnt32 Command-Line Parameters
            6. Tools for Automating Setup
            7. Product Licensing
        2. Preparing for Windows Server 2003 Installation
          1. System Hardware Requirements
          2. How a Clean Installation and an Upgrade Differ
          3. Supported Upgrade Paths
          4. Using Dynamic Update
            1. Creating a Local Dynamic Update Share
            2. Controlling the Use of Dynamic Update during Setup
          5. Selecting a Distribution Method
          6. Getting Ready for Automated Installations
            1. Creating Distribution Folders
            2. Using Answer Files in Automated Installations
          7. Preinstallation Tasks
      2. 4. Managing Interactive Installations
        1. Windows Installation Considerations
          1. Installation on x86-Based Systems
          2. Installation on 64-Bit Systems
          3. Checking System Compatibility
          4. Planning Partitions
          5. Naming Computers
          6. Network and Domain Membership Options
            1. Protocols
            2. Domain Membership
            3. Networking Components
        2. Performing an Interactive Installation
          1. Installation Sequence
          2. Activation Sequence
            1. Activate Windows over the Internet
            2. Activate Windows by Telephone
        3. Troubleshooting Installation
          1. Start with the Potential Points of Failure
            1. Setup Refuses to Install or Start
            2. Setup Reports a Media or CD-ROM Error
            3. Setup Reports Insufficient System Resources
            4. Setup Cannot Connect to a Domain Controller
          2. Continue Past Lockups and Freezes
        4. Configuring Server Roles
        5. Installing Additional Components Manually
        6. Postinstallation
      3. 5. Managing Unattended Installations
        1. Automating Setup
          1. Determining the Method of Automation
          2. Establishing the Distribution Folders
          3. Types of Answer Files
            1. Using Setup Manager for Answer Files
            2. Creating the Answer File
            3. Examining Answer Files
        2. Managing Unattended Installations
          1. Customizing the Distribution Folder
            1. Preinstalling Service Packs
            2. Preinstalling Hot Fixes and Security Updates
            3. Including Updated Drivers
            4. Performing Other Preinstallation Tasks
            5. Renaming Files and Folders When Using Winnt
            6. Using Dynamic Update in Unattended Installations
            7. Distribution Folder on CD
          2. Using CD Media for Automated Installations
            1. Answer File Settings Used in Product CD–Based Unattended Installations
          3. Using an Answer File
          4. Starting the Unattended Installation
            1. Extending the Unattend.txt File
      4. 6. Using Remote Installation Services
        1. Introduction to RIS
          1. Services and Protocols Used by RIS
          2. Limitations of RIS
          3. Operating Systems Installable by Using RIS
          4. Designing the RIS Environment
          5. Building a RIS Server: What's Involved
        2. Installing RIS
          1. RIS Server Requirements
          2. Performing the Install
            1. Preparing and Installing RIS
          3. Configuring the RIS Server
            1. Initial RIS Configuration
            2. Customizing RIS
          4. Controlling Access to RIS Servers
            1. Applying Security Permissions to RIS
            2. Authorizing Users to Create New Computer Accounts
            3. Creating a RIS Installers Group
            4. Adding Members to the RISInstallers Group
        3. Configuring RIS Clients
          1. Customizing Installation Options
            1. Configuring RIS Settings in Group Policy
          2. Creating a RIBF Disk
          3. Prestaging Clients in Active Directory
        4. Preparing RIS-Based Installations
          1. Using RIS Images
          2. Restricting Access to RIS Images
          3. OS Images Created by Using RISetup
            1. Configuring a RISetup OS Image
          4. Installed (File-System-Based) Image by RIPrep
            1. System Settings Stored in RIPrep Images
            2. Requirements for Creating a RIPrep Image
            3. HAL Compatibility and RIPrep Images
            4. Creating the Master Installation
            5. Using RIPrep to Create an OS Image
          5. Adding "Flat" or "CD-ROM" Images to RIS
          6. RIS Answer Files
            1. The Ristndrd.sif File
            2. The RIPrep.sif file
            3. The Remboot.sif File
          7. Associating an Answer File with a RIS Image
          8. Configuring the CIW
        5. Using RIS for Automated Installations
          1. Installing Windows Using RIS
          2. More RIS Customization Tips
            1. Using $OEM$ for Hot Fixes, Security Updates, Drivers, and More
            2. Customizing the Client Installation Pages
            3. Using Unsigned NIC Drivers
        6. Working with Sysprep
          1. Understanding Sysprep
          2. Using Sysprep to Clone a Computer
          3. Copying the Administrator Profile
          4. Running Sysprep
    10. 3. Windows Server 2003 Upgrades and Migrations
      1. 7. Preparing for Upgrades and Migration
        1. Deciding Between Upgrading and Migrating
          1. Verifying Hardware and Software Compatibility
          2. Additional Research
        2. Preparing for an Upgrade from Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2003
          1. Upgrading Windows 2000 Forests and Domains
          2. Upgrading Domain Controllers
          3. Applications on Upgraded Servers
        3. Selecting Upgrade or Migration Path
          1. Upgrading vs. Migrating
          2. Review System Requirements and Compatibility
          3. Check Drive Partitioning
          4. Choosing Domain and Forest Functional Levels
          5. Identify DNS Namespace and Storage
          6. Identify Server Roles
        4. Preparing for an Upgrade from Windows NT 4 to Windows Server 2003
          1. Namespace in Windows NT vs. Active Directory
          2. Moving from Windows NT Domains to Active Directory
          3. Restructuring Domains
          4. Upgrading Windows NT 4 Servers
      2. 8. Upgrading to Windows Server 2003
        1. General Considerations for Upgrades
          1. Upgrade Issues
          2. Verify an Upgrade Recovery Plan
        2. Upgrading from Windows 2000
          1. General Upgrade Preparation Tools
          2. Active Directory Preparation Tool
          3. Updating the Active Directory Forest and Domains
            1. Preparing the Forest
            2. Preparing the Domain(s)
          4. Upgrading the Windows 2000 Domain Controllers
            1. Upgrading Windows 2000 Domains
            2. Selecting Active Directory Functional Levels
            3. Changing Operations Masters
          5. Upgrading Windows 2000 Users and Groups
          6. Windows 2000 Member Server Upgrades
            1. Upgrading DNS Services
        3. Upgrading from Windows NT 4
          1. Determine Server Hardware Compatibility
          2. Upgrading Different Versions of Windows NT 4
          3. Managing Disk Partitions
          4. Upgrading Domain Controllers
            1. Establishing Operations Masters
          5. Converting Windows NT 4 Groups to Windows Server 2003 Groups
          6. Performing the Upgrade from Windows NT 4
            1. Upgrade the PDC
            2. Post-PDC Upgrade
      3. 9. Migrating to Windows Server 2003
        1. Selecting the Migration Tools
        2. ADMT
          1. Other Microsoft Migration Tools
            1. USMT
            2. File and Settings Transfer Wizard
            3. Migration Scripts
            4. The Movetree Utility
          2. Third-Party Migration Tools
        3. General Considerations for Migrations
        4. Determining the Approach to Migration
        5. Preparing for Migration
        6. Migrating Security Principals
        7. Performing the Migration: An Overview
        8. Migrating Group Accounts
          1. Migrating Local Groups
          2. Migrating Global Groups
            1. Using the Group Account Migration Wizard
        9. Migrating User Accounts
          1. Running the User Account Migration Wizard
        10. Migrating Passwords
        11. Migrating the Computers
          1. Running the Computer Migration Wizard
        12. Merging Groups during Migration
        13. Migrating Domain Trusts
          1. Migrating a Trust
        14. Migrating Service Accounts
        15. Security Translation
        16. Generating Migration Reports
    11. 4. Managing Windows Server 2003 Systems
      1. 10. Configuring Windows Server 2003
        1. Optimizing the Menu System
          1. Modifying the Start Menu Content
            1. Adding, Copying, and Moving Menu Items
            2. Highlighting and Hiding Menu Items
            3. Controlling the Frequently Used Programs List
            4. Sorting and Renaming Menu Items
            5. Removing Items from the Start Menu
        2. Customizing the Desktop and the Taskbar
          1. Configuring Desktop Items
          2. Configuring the Taskbar
            1. Changing the Taskbar Size and Position
            2. Using Auto Hide and Locking
            3. Grouping Similar Taskbar Items
            4. Controlling Programs in the Notification Area
        3. Optimizing Toolbars
          1. Customizing the Quick Launch Toolbar
          2. Displaying Other Custom Toolbars
          3. Creating Personal Toolbars
      2. 11. Windows Server 2003 MMC Administration
        1. Introducing the MMC
        2. Using the MMC
          1. MMC Snap-Ins
          2. MMC Modes
          3. MMC Windows and Startup
          4. MMC Tool Availability
          5. MMC and Remote Computers
        3. Building Custom MMCs
          1. Step 1: Creating the Console
          2. Step 2: Adding Snap-Ins to the Console
          3. Step 3: Saving the Finished Console
            1. Setting the Initial Console View Before Saving
            2. Setting the Console Mode Before Saving
            3. Setting the Console Icon Before Saving
            4. Saving the Console Tool to the Desktop, the Start Menu, or a Folder
        4. Designing Custom Taskpads for the MMC
          1. Getting Started with Taskpads
          2. Understanding Taskpad View Styles
          3. Creating and Managing Taskpads
          4. Creating and Managing Tasks
            1. Creating Menu Command Tasks
            2. Creating Shell Command Tasks
            3. Creating Navigation Tasks
            4. Arranging, Editing, and Removing Tasks
        5. Publishing and Distributing Your Custom Tools
      3. 12. Managing Windows Server 2003
        1. Using the Administration Tools
          1. Understanding the Administration Tools
          2. Using Configure Your Server
          3. Using Manage Your Server
          4. Using Computer Management
            1. Computer Management System Tools
            2. Computer Management Storage Tools
            3. Computer Management Services And Applications Tools
            4. Computer Management Essentials
        2. Using the Control Panel Utilities
          1. Using the Add Hardware Utility
          2. Using the Add or Remove Programs Utility
          3. Using the Date and Time Utility
          4. Using the Display Utility
          5. Using the Folder Options Utility
          6. Using the Licensing Utility
          7. Using the Network Connections Utility
          8. Using the Regional and Language Options Utility
          9. Using the Scheduled Tasks Utility
            1. Task-Scheduling Essentials
            2. Creating Scheduled Tasks
          10. Using the System Utility
        3. Using Support Tools
        4. Using Resource Kit Tools
        5. Using the Secondary Logon
          1. Running Programs Using the Secondary Logon
          2. Using the Secondary Logon at the Command Prompt
          3. Running a Temporary Administrator's Desktop
          4. Creating Run As Shortcuts for Secondary Logons
            1. Creating Run As Shortcuts on the Desktop
            2. Creating Run As Menu Options
      4. 13. Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware
        1. Working with Device Drivers
          1. Using Windows Device Drivers
          2. Using Signed Device Drivers
          3. Understanding and Changing Driver Installation Settings
        2. Setting Up New Hardware Devices
          1. Managing Plug and Play Detection and Installation
            1. Installing the Software Automatically
            2. Installing a Downloaded Driver
            3. Choosing a Specific Driver or Bypassing the Default Driver
          2. Installing Non–Plug and Play Devices
        3. Obtaining Hardware Device Information
          1. Viewing Device and Driver Details
          2. Viewing Advanced, Resources, and Other Settings
        4. Managing Installed Drivers
          1. Updating a Device Driver
          2. Rolling Back a Driver
          3. Uninstalling and Reinstalling a Device Driver
        5. Managing Devices through Hardware Profiles
        6. Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers
          1. Resolving Common Device Errors
          2. Resolving Resource Conflicts
      5. 14. Managing the Registry
        1. Introducing the Registry
        2. Understanding the Registry Structure
        3. Registry Root Keys
            1. HKLM\HARDWARE
            2. HKLM\SAM
            3. HKLM\SECURITY
            4. HKLM\SOFTWARE
            5. HKLM\SYSTEM
          2. HKEY_USERS
          3. HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
          5. HKEY_CURRENT_USER
        4. Registry Data: How It Is Stored and Used
          1. Where Registry Data Comes From
          2. Types of Registry Data Available
        5. Managing the Registry
          1. Searching the Registry
          2. Modifying the Registry
            1. Modifying Values
            2. Adding Keys and Values
            3. Removing Keys and Values
          3. Modifying the Registry of a Remote Machine
          4. Importing and Exporting Registry Data
          5. Loading and Unloading Hive Files
          6. Working with the Registry from the Command Line
        6. Backing Up and Restoring the Registry
          1. Choosing a Backup Method for the Registry
          2. Creating Registry Backups
          3. Recovering a System Using the ASR Backup
        7. Maintaining the Registry
          1. Using the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility
          2. Using the Windows Installer Zapper
            1. Removing Registry Settings for Active Installations That Have Failed
            2. Removing Partial or Damaged Settings for Individual Applications
        8. Securing the Registry
          1. Preventing Access to the Registry Utilities
          2. Applying Permissions to Registry Keys
          3. Controlling Remote Registry Access
          4. Auditing Registry Access
      6. 15. Performance Monitoring and Tuning
        1. Tuning Performance, Memory Usage, and Data Throughput
          1. Tuning Windows Operating System Performance
          2. Tuning Processor Scheduling and Memory Usage
          3. Tuning Data Throughput
          4. Tuning Virtual Memory
        2. Tracking a System's General Health
          1. Task Manager and Process Resource Monitor Essentials
          2. Getting Processor and Memory Usage for Troubleshooting
          3. Getting Information on Running Applications
          4. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Processes
          5. Getting Network Usage Information
          6. Getting Information on User and Remote User Sessions
        3. Tracking Events and Troubleshooting by Using Event Viewer
          1. Understanding the Event Logs
          2. Accessing the Event Logs and Viewing Events
          3. Viewing Event Logs on Remote Systems
          4. Sorting, Finding, and Filtering Events
            1. Sorting the Event Logs
            2. Searching the Event Logs
            3. Filtering the Event Logs
          5. Archiving Event Logs
        4. Tracking Events on Multiple Computers
          1. Quick Look: Using Eventquery
          2. Quick Look: Using EventComb
      7. 16. Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging
        1. Establishing Performance Baselines
        2. Comprehensive System Monitoring
          1. Using System Monitor
          2. Selecting Performance Objects and Counters to Monitor
          3. Choosing Views and Controlling the Display
          4. Monitoring Performance Remotely
        3. Resolving Performance Bottlenecks
          1. Resolving Memory Bottlenecks
          2. Resolving Processor Bottlenecks
          3. Resolving Disk I/O Bottlenecks
          4. Resolving Network Bottlenecks
        4. Performance Logging
          1. Creating Performance Logs
          2. Using Counter Logs
          3. Monitoring Performance from the Command Line
          4. Using Trace Logs
        5. Analyzing Performance Logs
          1. Analyzing Counter Logs
          2. Analyzing Trace Logs
        6. Creating Performance Alerts
    12. 5. Managing Windows Server 2003 Storage and File Systems
      1. 17. Planning for High Availability
        1. Planning for Software Needs
        2. Planning for Hardware Needs
          1. Planning for Support Structures and Facilities
          2. Planning for Day-to-Day Operations
          3. Planning for Deploying Highly Available Servers
      2. 18. Preparing and Deploying Server Clusters
        1. Introducing Server Clustering
          1. Benefits and Limitations of Clustering
          2. Cluster Organization
          3. Cluster Operating Modes
          4. Multisite Options for Clusters
        2. Using Network Load Balancing
          1. Using Network Load Balancing Clusters
          2. Network Load Balancing Configuration
          3. Network Load Balancing Client Affinity and Port Configurations
          4. Planning Network Load Balancing Clusters
        3. Managing Network Load Balancing Clusters
          1. Creating a New Network Load Balancing Cluster
          2. Adding Nodes to a Network Load Balancing Cluster
          3. Removing Nodes from a Network Load Balancing Cluster
          4. Configuring Event Logging for Network Load Balancing Clusters
          5. Controlling Cluster and Host Traffic
        4. Component Load Balancing Architecture
          1. Using Component Load Balancing Clusters
          2. Understanding Application Center
          3. Planning Component Load Balancing Clusters
        5. Using Server Cluster
          1. Server Cluster Configurations
          2. Server Cluster Resource Groups
          3. Optimizing Hardware for Server Clusters
          4. Optimizing Networking for Server Clusters
        6. Running Server Clusters
          1. The Cluster Service and Cluster Objects
          2. The Cluster Heartbeat
          3. The Cluster Database
          4. The Cluster Quorum Resource
          5. The Cluster Interface and Network States
        7. Creating Server Clusters
          1. Creating a Server Cluster
          2. Add a Node to a Cluster
        8. Managing Server Clusters and Their Resources
          1. Creating Clustered Resources
          2. Cluster Resource Types
          3. Planning Resource Groups
          4. Controlling the Cluster Service
          5. Controlling Failover and Failback
          6. Creating and Managing Resource Groups
          7. Creating and Managing Resources
          8. Scenario: Creating a Clustered Print Service
          9. Scenario: Creating a Clustered File Share
      3. 19. Storage Management
        1. Essential Storage Technologies
          1. Using Internal and External Storage Devices
          2. Improving Storage Management
          3. Booting from SANs and Using SANs with Clusters
          4. Meeting Performance, Capacity, and Availability Requirements
        2. Configuring Storage
          1. Using the Disk Management Tools
          2. Adding New Disks
          3. Using the MBR and GPT Partition Styles
            1. Working with MBR Disks
            2. Working with GPT Disks on 64-Bit Windows Editions
            3. Using and Converting MBR and GPT Disks
          4. Using the Basic and Dynamic Storage Types
            1. Working with Basic and Dynamic Disks
            2. Using and Converting Basic and Dynamic Disks
          5. Converting FAT or FAT32 to NTFS
        3. Managing MBR Disk Partitions on Basic Disks
          1. Creating a Primary or Extended Partition
          2. Creating a Logical Drive in an Extended Partition
          3. Formatting a Partition, Logical Drive, or Volume
          4. Configuring Drive Letters
          5. Configuring Mount Points
          6. Extending Partitions on Basic Disks
          7. Deleting a Partition, Logical Drive, or Volume
        4. Managing GPT Disk Partitions on Basic Disks
          1. ESP
          2. MSR Partitions
          3. Primary Partitions
          4. LDM Metadata and LDM Data Partitions
          5. OEM or Unknown Partitions
        5. Managing Volumes on Dynamic Disks
          1. Creating a Simple or Spanned Volume
          2. Extending a Simple or Spanned Volume
          3. Recovering a Failed Simple or Spanned Disk
          4. Moving Dynamic Disks
          5. Configuring RAID 1: Disk Mirroring
            1. Creating a Mirrored Set Using Two New Disks
            2. Adding a Mirror to an Existing Volume
          6. Mirroring Boot and System Volumes
            1. Mirroring Boot and System Volumes on MBR Disks
            2. Mirroring Boot and System Volumes on GPT Disks
          7. Configuring RAID 5: Disk Striping with Parity
          8. Breaking or Removing a Mirrored Set
          9. Resolving Problems with Mirrored Sets
          10. Repairing a Mirrored System Volume to Enable Boot
            1. Rebuilding Mirrored System Volumes on MBR Disks
            2. Rebuilding Mirrored System Volumes on GPT Disks
          11. Resolving Problems with RAID-5 Sets
      4. 20. Managing Windows Server 2003 File Systems
        1. Understanding Disk and File System Structure
        2. Using FAT
          1. File Allocation Table Structure
          2. Feature FAT16 FAT32
        3. Using NTFS
          1. NTFS Structures
          2. NTFS Features
          3. Analyzing NTFS Structure
        4. Advanced NTFS Features
          1. Hard Links
          2. Data Streams
          3. Change Journals
          4. Object Identifiers
          5. Reparse Points
          6. Remote Storage
          7. Sparse Files
        5. Using File-Based Compression
          1. NTFS Compression
          2. Compressed (Zipped) Folders
        6. Managing Disk Quotas
          1. How Quota Management Works
          2. Configuring Disk Quotas
          3. Customizing Quota Entries for Individual Users
          4. Managing Disk Quotas After Configuration
          5. Exporting and Importing Quota Entries
        7. Maintaining File System Integrity
          1. How File System Errors Occur
          2. Fixing File System Errors by Using Check Disk
          3. Analyzing FAT Volumes by Using ChkDsk
          4. Analyzing NTFS Volumes by Using ChkDsk
          5. Repairing Volumes and Marking Bad Sectors by Using ChkDsk
        8. Defragmenting Disks
          1. Fixing Fragmentation by Using Disk Defragmenter
          2. Understanding the Fragmentation Analysis
      5. 21. File Sharing and Security
        1. File Sharing Essentials
          1. Using and Finding Shares
          2. Hiding and Controlling Share Access
          3. Special and Administrative Shares
            1. C$, D$, E$, and Other Drive Shares
            2. ADMIN$
            3. FAXCLIENT and FXSSRVCP$
            4. IPC$
            5. NETLOGON
            6. Microsoft UAM Volume
            7. PRINT$
            8. SYSVOL
          4. Accessing Shares for Administration
        2. Creating and Publishing Shared Folders
          1. Creating Shares by Using Windows Explorer
          2. Creating Shares by Using Computer Management
          3. Publishing Shares in Active Directory
        3. Managing Share Permissions
          1. Understanding Share Permissions
          2. Configuring Share Permissions
        4. Managing File and Folder Permissions
          1. File and Folder Ownership
            1. Taking Ownership of a File or Folder
            2. Transferring Ownership
          2. Permission Inheritance for Files and Folders
            1. Changing Shaded Permissions and Stopping Inheritance
            2. Resetting and Replacing Permissions
          3. Configuring File and Folder Permissions
            1. Basic Permissions
            2. Special Permissions
          4. Determining Effective Permissions
        5. Managing File Shares After Configuration
          1. Tracking and Logging File Share Permissions by Using SrvCheck
          2. Copying File Share Permissions
        6. Sharing Files on the Web
        7. Auditing File and Folder Access
          1. Enabling Auditing for Files and Folders
          2. Specifying Files and Folders to Audit
          3. Monitoring the Security Logs
      6. 22. Using Volume Shadow Copy
        1. Shadow Copy Essentials
          1. Using Shadow Copies of Shared Folders
          2. How Shadow Copies Works
          3. Implementing Shadow Copies for Shared Folders
        2. Managing Shadow Copies in Computer Management
          1. Configuring Shadow Copies in Computer Management
          2. Maintaining Shadow Copies After Configuration
        3. Configuring Shadow Copies at the Command Line
          1. Enabling Shadow Copying from the Command Line
          2. Create Manual Snapshots from the Command Line
          3. Viewing Shadow Copy Information
          4. Deleting Snapshot Images from the Command Line
          5. Disabling Shadow Copies from the Command Line
        4. Using Shadow Copies on Clients
          1. Obtaining and Installing the Client
            1. Installing the Previous Versions Client
            2. Installing the Shadow Copy Client
          2. Accessing Shadow Copies on Clients
        5. Restoring Shadow Copies from the Command Line
          1. Searching for a File and Listing Available Versions
          2. Locating and Restoring Previous Versions from the Command Line
      7. 23. Using Removable Media
        1. Introducing Removable Media
          1. Understanding Media Libraries
          2. Understanding Media Pools
          3. Working with the Removable Storage Snap-In
          4. Understanding Media State and Identification
          5. Understanding Access Permissions for Removable Storage
        2. Managing Media Libraries and Media
          1. Inserting Media into a Library
          2. Ejecting Media from a Library
          3. Mounting and Dismounting Media in Libraries
          4. Enabling and Disabling Media
          5. Enabling and Disabling Drives
          6. Cleaning Drives
          7. Working with Library Doors and Ports
          8. Configuring Library Inventory
          9. Starting Library Inventory
          10. Changing Library Media Types
          11. Enabling and Disabling Libraries
        3. Managing Media Pools
          1. Preparing Media for Use in the Free Media Pool
          2. Moving Media to a Different Media Pool
          3. Creating Application Media Pools
          4. Changing the Media Type in a Media Pool
          5. Setting Allocation and Deallocation Policies
          6. Deleting Application Media Pools
        4. Managing Work Queues, Requests, and Security
          1. Using the Work Queue
          2. Troubleshooting Waiting Operations
          3. Changing Mount Operations
          4. Controlling When Operations Are Deleted
          5. Using the Operator Requests Queue
          6. Notifying Operators of Requests
          7. Completing or Refusing Requests
          8. Controlling When Requests Are Deleted
          9. Setting Access Permissions for Removable Storage
    13. 6. Managing Windows Server 2003 Networking and Print Services
      1. 24. Managing TCP/IP Networking
        1. Understanding IP Addressing
          1. Unicast IP Addresses
            1. Class A Networks
            2. Class B Networks
            3. Class C Networks
            4. Loopback, Public, and Private Addresses
          2. Multicast IP Addresses
          3. Broadcast IP Addresses
        2. Special IP Addressing Rules
        3. Using Subnets and Subnet Masks
          1. Subnet Masks
          2. Network Prefix Notation
          3. Subnetting
            1. Subnetting Class A Networks
            2. Subnetting Class B Networks
            3. Subnetting Class C Networks
        4. Getting and Using IP Addresses
        5. Understanding Name Resolution
          1. Domain Name System
            1. Host Names
            2. Domain Names
            3. Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN)
            4. Name Resolution
          2. Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS)
        6. Configuring TCP/IP Networking
          1. Preparing for Installation of TCP/IP Networking
          2. Installing TCP/IP Networking
          3. Configuring Static IP Addressing
          4. Configuring Dynamic IP Addressing
          5. Configuring Automatic Private IP Addressing
          6. Configuring Advanced TCP/IP Settings
            1. Configuring Advanced IP Settings
            2. Configuring Advanced DNS Settings
            3. Configuring Advanced WINS Settings
            4. Configuring Advanced TCP/IP Options
      2. 25. Managing DHCP
        1. DHCP Essentials
        2. DHCP Security Considerations
        3. Planning DHCP Implementations
          1. DHCP Messages and Relay Agents
          2. DHCP Availability and Fault Tolerance
            1. 50/50 Failover
            2. 80/20 Failover
            3. 100/100 Failover
        4. Setting Up DHCP Servers
          1. Installing the DHCP Server Service
          2. Authorizing DHCP Servers in Active Directory
          3. Creating and Configuring Scopes
            1. Creating Normal Scopes Using the DHCP Console
            2. Creating Normal Scopes Using Netsh
          4. Using Exclusions
          5. Using Reservations
          6. Activating Scopes
        5. Configuring TCP/IP Options
          1. Levels of Options and Their Uses
          2. Options Used by Windows Clients
          3. Using Userand Vendor-Specific TCP/IP Options
          4. Settings Options for All Clients
          5. Settings Options for Routing and Remote Access Clients Only
          6. Setting Add-On Options for Directly Connected Clients
          7. Defining Classes to Get Different Option Sets
            1. Creating the Class
            2. Configuring Clients to Use the Class
        6. Advanced DHCP Configuration and Maintenance
          1. Configuring DHCP Audit Logging
          2. Binding the DHCP Server Service to a Network Interface
          3. Integrating DHCP and DNS
          4. Enabling Conflict Detection on DHCP Servers
          5. Saving and Restoring the DHCP Configuration
          6. Managing and Maintaining the DHCP Database
            1. Setting DHCP Database Properties
            2. Backing Up and Restoring the Database
            3. Repairing the DHCP Database
        7. Setting Up DHCP Relay Agents
          1. Configuring and Enabling Routing and Remote Access
          2. Adding and Configuring the DHCP Relay Agent
      3. 26. Architecting DNS Infrastructure
        1. DNS Essentials
        2. Planning DNS Implementations
          1. Public and Private Namespaces
          2. Name Resolution Using DNS
          3. DNS Resource Records
          4. DNS Zones and Zone Transfers
            1. Zones That Aren't Integrated with Active Directory
            2. Zones That Are Integrated with Active Directory
          5. Secondary Zones, Stub Zones, and Conditional Forwarding
        3. Security Considerations
          1. DNS Queries and Security
          2. DNS Dynamic Updates and Security
          3. External DNS Name Resolution and Security
        4. Architecting a DNS Design
          1. Split-Brain Design: Same Internal and External Names
          2. Separate-Name Design: Different Internal and External Names
      4. 27. Implementing and Managing DNS
        1. Installing the DNS Server Service
          1. Using DNS with Active Directory
          2. Using DNS Without Active Directory
          3. DNS Setup
        2. Configuring DNS Using the Wizard
          1. Configuring a Small Network Using the Configure A DNS Server Wizard
          2. Configuring a Large Network Using the Configure A DNS Server Wizard
        3. Configuring DNS Zones, Subdomains, Forwarders, and Zone Transfers
          1. Creating Forward Lookup Zones
          2. Creating Reverse Lookup Zones
          3. Configuring Forwarders and Conditional Forwarding
          4. Configuring Subdomains and Delegating Authority
          5. Configuring Zone Transfers
          6. Configuring Secondary Notification
        4. Adding Resource Records
          1. Host Address (A) and Pointer (PTR) Records
          2. Canonical Name (CNAME) Records
          3. Mail Exchanger (MX) Records
          4. Name Server (NS) Records
          5. Start Of Authority (SOA) Records
          6. Service Location (SRV) Records
        5. Maintaining and Monitoring DNS
          1. Configuring Default Application Directory Partitions and Replication Scope
          2. Setting Aging and Scavenging
          3. Configuring Logging and Checking DNS Server Logs
        6. Troubleshooting DNS Client Service
          1. Try Reregistering the Client
          2. Check the Client's TCP/IP Configuration
          3. Check the Client's Resolver Cache
          4. Perform Lookups for Troubleshooting
        7. Troubleshooting DNS Server Service
          1. Check the Server's TCP/IP Configuration
          2. Check the Server's Cache
          3. Check Replication to Other Name Servers
          4. Examine the Configuration of the DNS Server
          5. Examine Zones and Zone Records
      5. 28. Implementing and Maintaining WINS
        1. WINS Essentials
          1. NetBIOS Namespace and Scope
          2. NetBIOS Node Types
          3. WINS Name Registration and Cache
          4. WINS Implementation Details and New Features
        2. Setting Up WINS Servers
          1. Installing WINS
          2. WINS Postinstallation Tasks
        3. Configuring Replication Partners
          1. Replication Essentials
          2. Configuring Automatic Replication Partners
          3. Using Designated Replication Partners
        4. Configuring and Maintaining WINS
          1. Configuring Burst Handling
          2. Checking Server Status and Configuration
          3. Checking Active Registrations and Scavenging Records
          4. Maintaining the WINS Database
            1. Verifying the WINS Database Consistency
            2. Compacting the WINS Database
            3. Backing Up the WINS Database
            4. Restoring the WINS Database
        5. Enabling WINS Lookups Through DNS
      6. 29. Installing and Maintaining Print Services
        1. Understanding Windows Server 2003 Print Services
        2. Print Services Changes for Windows Server 2003
        3. Upgrading Windows NT 4 Print Servers to Windows Server 2003
        4. Migrating Print Servers from One System to Another
          1. Manually Migrating Print Servers
          2. Automating Print Server Migration
        5. Planning for Printer Deployments and Consolidation
          1. Sizing Print Server Hardware and Optimizing Configuration
          2. Sizing Printer Hardware and Optimizing Configuration
        6. Setting Up Printers
          1. Adding Local Printers
          2. Adding Network-Attached Printers
            1. Adding Standard TCP/IP Printers
            2. Adding LPR Printers for UNIX and LPD
            3. Adding AppleTalk Printers
          3. Changing Standard TCP/IP Port Monitor Settings
          4. Connecting Users to Shared Printers
            1. Accessing Shared Printers on Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4
            2. Accessing Shared Printers on Windows 2000 or Later
            3. Connecting to Shared Printers Using the Command Line and Scripts
        7. Managing Printer Permissions
          1. Understanding Printer Permissions
          2. Configuring Printer Permissions
          3. Assigning Printer Ownership
          4. Auditing Printer Access
        8. Managing Print Server Properties
          1. Viewing and Creating Printer Forms
          2. Viewing and Configuring Printer Ports
          3. Viewing and Configuring Print Drivers
          4. Configuring Print Spool, Logging, and Notification Settings
        9. Managing Printer Properties
          1. Setting General Properties, Printing Preferences, and Document Defaults
          2. Setting Overlays and Watermarks for Documents
          3. Installing and Updating Print Drivers on Clients
          4. Configuring Printer Sharing and Publishing
          5. Optimizing Printing Through Queues and Pooling
            1. Configuring Queue Priority and Scheduling
            2. Configuring Printer Pooling
          6. Configuring Print Spooling
          7. Viewing the Print Processor and Default Data Type
          8. Configuring Separator Pages
            1. Using Separator Pages
            2. Setting a Separator Page
            3. Customizing Separator Pages
          9. Configuring Color Profiles
        10. Managing Print Jobs
          1. Pausing, Starting, and Canceling All Printing
          2. Viewing Print Jobs
          3. Managing Print Jobs
        11. Printer Maintenance and Troubleshooting
          1. Monitoring Print Server Performance
          2. Preparing for Print Server Failure
          3. Solving Printing Problems
            1. Printer Troubleshooting Essentials
            2. Comprehensive Printer Troubleshooting
            3. Resolving Garbled or Incorrect Printing
      7. 30. Using Remote Desktop for Administration
        1. Remote Desktop for Administration Essentials
        2. Configuring Remote Desktop for Administration
          1. Enabling Remote Desktop for Administration on Servers
          2. Permitting and Restricting Remote Logon
          3. Configuring Remote Desktop for Administration Through Group Policy
        3. Supporting Remote Desktop Connection Clients
          1. New Features for the Remote Desktop Connection Client
          2. Installing Remote Desktop Connection Clients
          3. Running the Remote Desktop Connection Client
          4. Running Remote Desktops
        4. Tracking Who's Logged On
      8. 31. Deploying Terminal Services
        1. Using Terminal Services
          1. Terminal Services Clients
          2. Terminal Services Servers
          3. Terminal Services Licensing
        2. Designing the Terminal Services Infrastructure
          1. Capacity Planning for Terminal Services
          2. Planning Organizational Structure for Terminal Services
          3. Deploying Single-Server Environments
          4. Deploying Multi-Server Environments
        3. Setting Up Terminal Services
          1. Installing Terminal Services
          2. Installing Applications for Clients to Use
            1. Choosing Applications for Terminal Services Users
            2. Application Licensing for Terminal Services Users
            3. Installing Applications for Terminal Services Users
            4. Using Application Compatibility Scripts
            5. Modifying Applications After Installation
          3. Enabling and Joining the Session Directory Service
            1. Enable and Start the Terminal Services Session Directory Service
            2. Authorize Terminal Servers to Use the Terminal Services Session Directory Service
            3. Configure Each Server to Join the Session Directory
          4. Setting Up a Terminal Services License Server
            1. Considerations for Installing a Terminal Services License Server
            2. Installing a Terminal Services License Server
            3. Activating the License Server and Configuring Licenses for Use
        4. Using the Terminal Services Configuration Tool
          1. Configuring Global Connection Settings
          2. Configuring Server Settings
          3. Configuring Terminal Services Security
          4. Auditing Terminal Services Access
        5. Using the Terminal Services Manager
          1. Connecting to Terminal Servers
          2. Getting Terminal Services Information
          3. Managing User Sessions in Terminal Services Manager
        6. Managing Terminal Services from the Command Line
          1. Gathering Terminal Services Information
          2. Managing User Sessions from the Command Line
        7. Other Useful Terminal Services Commands
        8. Configuring Terminal Services Per-User Settings
          1. Getting Remote Control of a User's Session
          2. Setting Up the Terminal Services Profile for Users
    14. 7. Managing Active Directory and Security
      1. 32. Active Directory Architecture
        1. Active Directory Physical Architecture
          1. Active Directory Physical Architecture: A Top-Level View
          2. Active Directory Within the Local Security Authority
          3. Directory Service Architecture
            1. Protocols and Client Interfaces
            2. Directory System Agent and Database Layer
            3. Extensible Storage Engine
          4. Data Store Architecture
        2. Active Directory Logical Architecture
          1. Active Directory Objects
          2. Active Directory Domains, Trees, and Forests
          3. Active Directory Trusts
          4. Active Directory Namespaces and Partitions
          5. Active Directory Data Distribution
      2. 33. Designing and Managing the Domain Environment
        1. Design Considerations for Active Directory Replication
        2. Design Considerations for Active Directory Search and Global Catalogs
          1. Searching the Tree
          2. Accessing the Global Catalog
          3. Designating Global Catalog Servers
          4. Designating Replication Attributes
        3. Design Considerations for Compatibility
          1. Understanding Domain Functional Level
          2. Understanding Forest Functional Level
          3. Raising the Domain or Forest Functional Level
        4. Design Considerations for Active Directory Authentication and Trusts
          1. Universal Groups and Authentication
            1. Understanding Security Tokens and Universal Group Membership Caching
            2. Enabling Universal Group Membership Caching
          2. NTLM and Kerberos Authentication
            1. Establishing the Initial Authentication
            2. Accessing Resources After Authentication
          3. Authentication and Trusts Across Domain Boundaries
            1. Two-Way Transitive Trusts
            2. Shortcut Trusts
          4. Authentication and Trusts Across Forest Boundaries
          5. Examining Domain and Forest Trusts
          6. Establishing External, Shortcut, Realm, and Cross-Forest Trusts
          7. Verifying and Troubleshooting Trusts
        5. Delegating Authentication
          1. Delegated Authentication Essentials
          2. Configuring Delegated Authentication
            1. Configuring the Delegated User Account
            2. Configuring the Delegated Service or Computer Account
        6. Design Considerations for Active Directory Operations Masters
          1. Operations Master Roles
          2. Using, Locating, and Transferring the Schema Master Role
          3. Using, Locating, and Transferring the Domain Naming Master Role
          4. Using, Locating, and Transferring the Relative ID Master Role
          5. Using, Locating, and Transferring the PDC Emulator Role
          6. Using, Locating, and Transferring the Infrastructure Master Role
      3. 34. Organizing Active Directory
        1. Creating an Active Directory Implementation or Update Plan
        2. Developing a Forest Plan
          1. Forest Namespace
          2. Single vs. Multiple Forests
          3. Forest Administration
        3. Developing a Domain Plan
          1. Domain Design Considerations
          2. Single vs. Multiple Domains
          3. Forest Root Domain Design Configurations
          4. Changing Domain Design
        4. Developing an Organizational Unit Plan
          1. Using Organizational Units (OUs)
          2. Using OUs for Delegation
          3. Using OUs for Group Policy
          4. Creating an OU Design
            1. OU Design: Division or Business Unit Model
            2. OU Design: Geographic Model
            3. OU Design: The Cost Center Model
            4. OU Design: The Administration Model
      4. 35. Configuring Active Directory Sites and Replication
        1. Working with Active Directory Sites
          1. Single Site vs. Multiple Sites
          2. Replication Within and Between Sites
          3. Determining Site Boundaries
        2. Understanding Active Directory Replication
          1. Replication Enhancements for Windows Server 2003
          2. Replication Architecture: An Overview
          3. Intrasite Replication Essentials
          4. Intersite Replication Essentials
        3. Replication Rings and Directory Partitions
        4. Developing or Revising a Site Design
          1. Mapping Network Infrastructure
          2. Creating a Site Design
            1. Mapping the Network Structure to Site Structure
            2. Designing Each Individual Site
            3. Designing the Intersite Replication Topology
            4. Considering the Impact of Site Link Bridging
            5. Planning the Placement of Servers in Sites
      5. 36. Implementing Active Directory
        1. Preinstallation Considerations for Active Directory
          1. Hardware and Configuration Considerations for Domain Controllers
          2. Configuring Active Directory for Fast Recovery with Storage Area Networks
          3. Connecting Clients to Active Directory
        2. Installing Active Directory
          1. Active Directory Installation Options and Issues
          2. Using the Configure Your Server Wizard
          3. Using the Active Directory Installation Wizard
            1. Creating Additional Domain Controllers for an Existing Domain
            2. Creating Domain Controllers in a New Domain
          4. Using the Active Directory Installation Wizard with Backup Media
        3. Uninstalling Active Directory
        4. Creating and Managing Organizational Units (OUs)
          1. Creating an OU
          2. Setting OU Properties
          3. Creating or Moving Accounts and Resources for Use with an OU
        5. Delegating Administration of Domains and OUs
          1. Understanding Delegation of Administration
          2. Delegating Administration
      6. 37. Managing Users, Groups, and Computers
        1. Managing Domain User Accounts
          1. Types of Users
          2. Configuring User Account Policies
            1. Enforcing Password Policy
            2. Configuring Account Lockout Policy
            3. Setting Kerberos Policy
          3. Understanding User Account Capabilities, Privileges, and Rights
          4. Assigning User Rights
            1. Assigning User Rights for a Domain or OU
            2. Assigning User Rights on a Specific Computer
          5. Creating and Configuring Domain User Accounts
            1. Viewing and Setting User Account Properties
            2. Obtaining Effective Permissions
          6. Configuring Account Options
          7. Configuring Profile Options
        2. Managing User Profiles
          1. Profile Essentials
          2. Profile Changes and New Features
          3. Group Policy Changes for User Profiles
          4. Implementing and Creating Preconfigured Profiles
          5. Configuring Local User Profiles
          6. Configuring Roaming User Profiles
          7. Implementing Mandatory User Profiles
          8. Switching Between a Local and a Roaming User Profile
        3. Managing User Data
          1. Using Folder Redirection
          2. Using Offline Files
            1. Configuring Offline Files on File Servers
            2. Configuring Offline Files on Clients
            3. Configuring Offline Files in Group Policy
          3. Managing File Synchronization
        4. Maintaining User Accounts
          1. Deleting User Accounts
          2. Disabling and Enabling User Accounts
          3. Moving User Accounts
          4. Renaming User Accounts
          5. Resetting a User's Domain Password
          6. Unlocking User Accounts
          7. Creating a Local User Account Password Backup
        5. Managing Groups
          1. Understanding Groups
            1. Types of Groups
            2. Understanding the Scopes of Groups
          2. Creating a Group
          3. Adding Members to Groups
          4. Deleting a Group
          5. Modifying Groups
            1. Find a Group
            2. Managing the Properties of Groups
            3. Modifying Other Group Settings
        6. Managing Computer Accounts
          1. Creating a Computer Account in Active Directory
          2. Joining Computers to a Domain
          3. Moving a Computer Account
          4. Disabling a Computer Account
          5. Deleting a Computer Account
          6. Managing a Computer Account
          7. Resetting a Computer Account
          8. Configuring Properties of Computer Accounts
      7. 38. Managing Group Policy
        1. Understanding Group Policy
          1. Local and Active Directory Group Policy
          2. Group Policy Settings
          3. Group Policy Architecture
          4. Sysvol Replication Using the File Replication Service
        2. Implementing Group Policy
          1. Working with Local Group Policy
          2. Working with the Group Policy Object Editor
            1. Creating and Linking a New GPO Using the Group Policy Object Editor
            2. Editing an Existing GPO Using the Group Policy Object Editor
            3. Linking to an Existing GPO Using the Group Policy Object Editor
            4. Deleting an Existing GPO by Using the Group Policy Object Editor
          3. Working with the Group Policy Management Console
            1. Installing and Running the Group Policy Management Console
            2. Using the Group Policy Management Console
            3. Accessing Forests, Domains, and Sites in Group Policy Management Console
            4. Creating and Linking a New GPO in Group Policy Management Console
            5. Editing an Existing GPO in the Group Policy Management Console
            6. Linking to an Existing GPO in the Group Policy Management Console
            7. Deleting an Existing GPO in the Group Policy Management Console
        3. Managing Group Policy Inheritance and Processing
          1. Group Policy Inheritance
          2. Modifying Inheritance
          3. Filtering Group Policy Application
          4. Group Policy Processing
          5. Modifying Group Policy Processing
          6. Modifying User Policy Preference Using Loopback Processing
        4. Using Scripts in Group Policy
          1. Configuring Computer Startup and Shutdown Scripts
          2. Configuring User Logon and Logoff Scripts
        5. Applying Group Policy Through Security Templates
          1. Working with Security Templates
          2. Applying Security Templates
        6. Maintaining and Troubleshooting Group Policy
          1. Group Policy Refresh
          2. Modifying Group Policy Refresh
          3. Viewing Applicable GPOs and Last Refresh
          4. Modeling GPOs for Planning
          5. Refreshing Group Policy Manually
          6. Backing Up GPOs
          7. Restoring GPOs
          8. Fixing Default Group Policy
      8. 39. Active Directory Site Administration
        1. Managing Sites and Subnets
          1. Creating an Active Directory Site
          2. Creating a Subnet and Associating It with a Site
          3. Associating Domain Controllers with a Site
        2. Managing Site Links and Intersite Replication
          1. Understanding IP and SMTP Replication Transports
          2. Creating a Site Link
          3. Configuring Site Link Bridges
          4. Determining the ISTG
          5. Configuring Site Bridgehead Servers
          6. Configuring Site Link Replication Options
        3. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Replication
          1. Using the Replication Administrator
          2. Using the Replication Monitor
    15. 8. Windows Server 2003 Disaster Planning and Recovery
      1. 40. Disaster Planning
        1. Preparing for a Disaster
          1. Developing Contingency Procedures
          2. Implementing Problem Escalation and Response Procedures
          3. Creating a Problem Resolution Policy Document
        2. Predisaster Preparation Procedures
          1. Performing Backups
          2. Creating and Using ASR Disks
          3. Creating and Using Boot Disks
          4. Setting Startup and Recovery Options
          5. Installing and Using the Recovery Console
      2. 41. Backup and Recovery
        1. Developing Backup Strategies
          1. Creating Your Backup Strategy
          2. Backup Strategy Considerations
          3. Selecting the Optimal Backup Techniques
          4. Understanding Backup Types
          5. Using Media Rotation and Maintaining Additional Media Sets
        2. Backing Up and Recovering Your Data
          1. Using the Backup Utility
          2. Setting Default Options for Backup
            1. General Backup and Restore Options
            2. Setting Restore, Backup Type, and Backup Log Options
            3. Excluding Files from Backup
          3. Backing Up Your Data
          4. Recovering Your Data
          5. Recovering Configuration Data
        3. Backing Up and Restoring Active Directory
          1. Backup and Recovery Strategies for Active Directory
          2. Performing a Nonauthoritative Restore of Active Directory
          3. Performing an Authoritative Restore of Active Directory
          4. Performing a Primary Restore of Sysvol Data
          5. Restoring a Failed Domain Controller by Installing a New Domain Controller
        4. Troubleshooting Startup and Shutdown
          1. Resolving Startup Issues
          2. Repairing Missing or Corrupted System Files
          3. Resolving Restart or Shutdown Issues
    16. Index to Troubleshooting Topics
    17. Index
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Product information

  • Title: Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out
  • Author(s): William R. Stanek
  • Release date: June 2004
  • Publisher(s): Microsoft Press
  • ISBN: 9780735620483