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Performance monitoring in Windows: An overview

There are several performance monitoring tools available to Windows administrators. Which tool you use will depend on what you are trying to accomplish, your operating system and your technical skills....

Active Directory for Windows 2000 and 2003: What's the difference?

In this article, we will examine the changes that occurred when the initial release of Windows Server 2003 hit the streets. In a later article, we'll look at additional changes that came about with the release of Windows Server 2003, Service Pack 1....

Check Group Policy assignment with RSoP

It's a good bet you're familiar with group policy, which enables administrators to assert change control and set a broad range of settings for the operating system, desktop and working environment, network, and much more for servers and workstations. You might also know that group policy can be applied at...

Understanding Active Directory, part 2

In the first article of this series, you learned that Active Directory is Microsoft's answer to directory services. You also learned that a directory service offers a means of organizing and searching objects, including network resources such as servers and printers....

Understanding Active Directory, part 1

Understanding Active Directory (AD) is an important step in fully understanding Windows 2000 and its implications for your organization. This article is the first in a series about Active Directory, its features, and how it can fit into your organization's network structure. In this first part, Jim discusses the history...

What clients can I use with Active Directory?

As you know, Microsoft's Windows 2000 has a multitude of features to offer the network administrator. The Active Directory (AD) environment provides you with extensive control of both your server's and workstation configuration and performance. If you decide to incorporate or upgrade your servers to Windows 2000, do you know...

Installing Windows 2000 with the Remote Installation Service

The Remote Installation Service (RIS) will help you deploy the Windows operating system to computers on your network, regardless of where they are. In this article, Steven Pittsley shows you how to configure RIS on a Windows 2000 server. After discussing the configuration options, Steven then shows you how to...

Help your clients choose the best options for Windows 2000 Server licenses

With myriad choices and price increases, Windows 2000 Server licensing is proving to be a tricky task for buyers....

Getting started with Remote Installation Services

Active Directory may be hogging the spotlight, but Windows 2000 Server also offers several other new features that will make your job easier. Some of these features allow users to connect remotely from laptops, while others provide for complete lockdown of client computers....

How to install Windows 2000 Server

A systematic guide to installing Windows 2000 Server. This guide covers installing Windows 2000 Server or Advanced Server on a computer without an operating system and no hard disk partition....

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