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Windows 2000 Server : Installation and Configuration : Basics

Creating an automatic logon for your Windows server

As you know from years of working with Windows NT, before you can do anything on your server, you must log on. The traditional way of doing so is by pressing [Ctrl][Alt][Del] and providing a password when the server starts up. The procedure's the same for Windows 2000. But what...

Working with Windows 2000's Distributed File System

In the "Understanding the Windows 2000 Distributed File System" article, I introduced you to the Windows Distributed File System (Dfs) and showed you what it can do. In addition, I discussed using mounted volumes in Windows 2000. But now it's time to implement and administer Dfs. In this article, I'll...

Understanding the Windows 2000 Distributed File System

You add hard drives to your servers, and your users fill them up. How do you add storage with minimal impact on your network? In this article, we'll introduce you to a solution—the Windows 2000 Distributed File System (Dfs)....

Using batch files in Windows NT and 2000

If you have ever worked with DOS, you probably worked with batch files. They're still around in Windows 2000, and can still be just as useful. Troy Thompson shows you how to exploit batch files on your Windows 2000 server....

Locating familiar Windows NT utilities in Windows 2000

If you've had a chance to look at Microsoft Windows 2000, you've probably noticed that it has a different look and feel than Windows NT. You're accustomed to finding utilities in certain places in Windows NT, but they may not be in the same place in Windows 2000. Many of...

Using the Windows 2000 Task Scheduler

As you know, you normally start programs by double-clicking icons or issuing commands from the command line. But what if you want programs to start themselves? You can use the Windows 2000 Task Scheduler. In this article, we'll look at Task Scheduler and use it to schedule a disk cleanup....

Accomplishing familiar Windows NT tasks in Windows 2000

Even though Microsoft derived Windows 2000 from Windows NT, it made significant changes to the ways in which you perform administrative tasks. Many of the tools and techniques you were accustomed to using in NT won't work or have changed. In this article, Brien Posey provides a step-by-step method for...

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