Book: Active Directory For Dummies (Computer/Tech)
Publisher: For Dummies
Fully updated with all the exciting AD enhancements!
Design and deploy Active Directory to simplify policy and security management
This is not your dad’s AD! Whether you just need to upgrade your knowledge from previous versions or you’re starting fresh with Active Directory, this guide will get you rolling. Grow your AD capabilities with Domain Services, Lightweight Directory Services, Federation Services, Certificate Services, Rights Management Services, and more!
Discover how to:
Plan the DNS namespace
Use trees and forests
Map the network infrastructure
Create and enforce network policies
Manage replication traffic
Edit user objects
About the Author Steve Clines, MCSE, MCT, has worked as an IT architect and engineer at EDS for over 18 years. He has worked on deployments of more than 100,000 seats for both Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange Server. Steve is the author of MCSE Designing a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure For Dummies, which is a study guide for the 70-219 MCP exam. He also maintains the Confessions of an IT Geek blog at http://itgeek.steveco.net.
Marcia Loughry, MCSE and MCP+I, is a Senior Infrastructure Specialist with a large IT firm in Dallas, Texas. She is president of the Plano, Texas BackOffice User Group (PBUG) and a member of Women in Technology International. Marcia received her MCSE in NT 3.51 in 1997 and completed requirements for the NT 4.0 track in 1998.
Marcia has extensive experience working with Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0 in enterprises of all sizes. She is assigned to some of her firm’s largest customers in designing NT solutions and integrating UNIX and NetWare environments with NT.