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Windows Server® 2008 Administrator’s Companion by Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford

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Chapter 14. Managing Daily Operations

A network administrator’s job consists of masses of details, and if you’re going to cope, you must find ways to handle and track them. Windows Server 2008 supplies plenty of tools for doing this, including tools that allow you to delegate tasks to other users or groups, use scripts to automate tasks, and schedule tasks to run periodically.

Nevertheless, administering a network is still largely a process of planning and organization, and in that area there’s no substitute for brain power. This chapter discusses some of the tools that can help in the daily business of network management.

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