From the Back Cover
Your one-stop Windows Server 2003 resource
Discover the fastest way to migrate to Windows Server 2003 and begin to profit from its enterprise-ready features. Learn how to use the parallel network for migration. Design an Enterprise Network Architecture and follow feature-by-feature implementations. Make the most of Active Directory as an object management environment to remotely configure PCs, servers, users, and groups. This informative resource helps businesses large or small make the most of Windows Server 2003. Its nuts-and-bolts approach is geared toward helping intermediate to advanced users focus on those features most needed for enterprise success.
- Plan the architecture of your enterprise network
- Prepare for massive installations of Windows Server 2003
- Perform a post-installation customization and verification
- Build the organizational unit infrastructure to manage PCs, People, and Services
- Design Active Directory and Enterprise Network IP Infrastructure
- Create an enterprise-ready security environment
- Install PCs by coordinating the OU strategy with RIS
- Cover specific considerations for all server types, including Network Infrastructure, Application and Dedicated Web servers
About the Author
Nelson Ruest (Quebec, Canada), MCSE, MCT, is an enterprise architect specializing in change management. He is a frequent guest speaker at Comdex and other conferences in North America. Ruest is the co-author of numerous articles as well as the books Preparing for .NET Enterprise Technologies and Windows Server 2003, Best Practices for Enterprise Deployments. Danielle Ruest (Quebec, Canada) is a workflow architect and process consultant focused on people and organizational issues for large IT deployment projects. During her 20-year career, she has led change-management processes, developed and delivered training, and managed communications programs during process-implementation projects. She is the co-author of numerous articles as well as the books, Preparing for .NET Enterprise Technologies and Windows Server 2003: Best Practices for Enterprise Deployments. Both work with Resolutions Enterprises (www.Reso-Net.com), a small Canadian consulting firm that provides services in the architectural and project management fields.