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Windows Server Undocumented Solutions Beyond the Knowledge Base

by: Serdar Yegulalp

On-line Price: $29.95 (includes GST)

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Retail Price: $74.95

Publisher: ,2003/09/12

Category: WINDOWS Level:

ISBN: 0072229411
ISBN13: 9780072229417

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Description


  This book is perfect for any network administrator looking to push their servers to improved performance or to perform uncustomary tasks. Provides undocumented techniques for installation, networking, multimedia tools, disk checking, migration (single and multiCPUs), backup, IIS tuning, Active Directory, memory, upgrades, and much more.

: Automating Setup


      2: Hardware Tweaking


      3: Desktop and UI


      4: Memory


      5: Networking


      6: Management


      7: IIS and Active Directory


      8: Upgrades and Updates


          Appendix A: Links


      Appendix B: Freeware, Shareware, and Trialware


  Author Biography


  Serdar Yegulalp (Huntington, NY) was the Technology Editor with Windows Magazine from 1994 through 2001. He is also the co-author of Using Windows NT Server 4, Platinum Edition and the Windows 98 Installation and Configuration Handbook from QUE. He is editor of the Windows 2000 Power Users newsletter (www.win2kpowerusers.com), derived from the ongoing column he wrote at Windows Magazine about Windows 2000 and related issues

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