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Table of Contents
Introduction. About This Book. Foolish Assumptions. How to Use This Book. How This Book Is Organized. Part I: The Wonderful World of ADS. Part II: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting ADS. Part III: DNS and Active Directory. Part IV: Configuration Management. Part V: Remote Installation Services. Part VI: Managing and Optimizing ADS. Part VII: Active Directory Security Solutions. Part VIII: The Part of Tens. Part IX: Appendixes. About the CD-ROM. Conventions Used in This Book. Icons Used in This Book. Where to Go from Here. Part I: The Wonderful World of ADS. Chapter 1: The Administering ADS Exam. Chapter 2: Exam Prep Roadmap: Understanding Active Directory Services. Part II: Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting ADS. Chapter 3: Installing the Components: We're Off to See the Wizard. Chapter 4: Backing Up and Restoring ADS: Disaster Protection. Part III: DNS and Active Directory. Chapter 5: DNS, Meet ADS. Chapter 6: DNS Replication: Servers, Servers, Everywhere Active Directory-Integrated Zones. Part IV: Configuration Management. Chapter 7: Implementing Group Policy. Chapter 8: Managing User Environments with Group Policy: Rule Your Domain. Chapter 9: Manage Software Using Group Policy: Now You See Word, Now You Don't. Part V: Remote Installation Services. Chapter 10: Deploying Windows 2000 Using RIS: Presto! Chapter 11: Configuring RIS Security: Halt, Who Goes There? Part VI: Managing and Optimizing ADS. Chapter 12: Managing Active Directory Objects. Chapter 13: Managing Active Directory Performance: Time to Tune the Server. Chapter 14: Managing Active Directory Replication. Part VII: Active Directory Security Solutions. Chapter 15: Security Policies: Raise the Drawbridge. Chapter 16: Auditing: Know Every Move Your Users Make. Part VIII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 17: Ten Great Tips for Taking the Real Thing. Chapter 18: Ten Common Questions and Answers about the Administering ADS Exam. Part IX: Appendixes. Appendix A: Practice Exam 1. Appendix B: Practice Exam 2. Appendix C: Glossary. Appendix D: About the CD. System Requirements. Index. End-User License Agreement. Installation Instructions. Book Registration Information.
Anthony Sequeira has been a professional speaker and writer in the IT industryfor the past seven years. He holds every major Microsoft certification, including MCT, MCSE+I, MCDBA, MCSE 2000, and MCSD. Anthony has written many books,including titles on Internet Information Server and Windows 2000 Server. He hasalso written for several important industry magazines and newsletters. Hecurrently speaks about Active Directory technologies for KnowledgeNet.com. When he is not speaking or writing about computer technologies, Anthony is flying his plane in the skies above Arizona. How did he learn to fly? Microsoft Flight Simulator, of course!