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Windows .NET Server 2003 For Dummies

by: Ed Tittel, James Michael Stewart

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,Feb-2003

Category: .NET Level:

ISBN: 0764516337
ISBN13: 9780764516337

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The perfect handbook for those who need to deploy, install, and configure installations, upgrade from previous versions, understand network addresses, manage day-to-day operations, configure storage, manage users and groups, implement security measures, configure mail services, and perform other vital administrative tasks.

Covers the enhanced features and updates of the new version including the Microsoft .NET framework, Active Directory and its new drag and drop object management, Internet Information Server, and the Microsoft Management Console.

  Ed Tittel (Austin, Texas) is a 20-year veteran of the computing industry. After spending his first seven years in harness writing code, Ed switched to the becoming a full time trainer and author. A freelance writer since 1986, Ed has written hundreds of magazine articles and worked on more than 110 computer books, including over 20 For Dummies titles. Ed still teaches on computer topics for the NetWorld + Interop trade show, and speaks at various conferences on markup languages, IT certification, and security topics.

James Michael Stewart (Austin, TX) is a full-time writer, trainer, and researcher for LANWrights, Inc. His work focuses on Windows Networking and Internet topics. Michael has co-authored numerous books on Windows 2000 and Windows NT certification and administration. He has been an MCSE since 1997. Michael has written articles for numerous print and online publications, including CNet, InfoWorld, Windows NT Magazine, NetGuide, I-Way, and Datamation. Michael graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor's degree in Philosophy. Despite his degree, his computer knowledge is self-acquired, based on almost 17 years of hands-on experience.