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Windows Server Hacks

100 Industrial-Stength Tips & Tools

Paperback Engels 2004 9780596006471
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One of the secrets to the ever-increasing popularity of Windows Server can be found in the simplicity its administration. The easy-to-use GUI, consistent set of tools, and wizards that walk you through complex tasks allow you to install, configure and maintain Windows servers without any knowledge of programming or scripting languages or learning complicated command-line syntax. It's possible, in fact, to accomplish about 90% of all Windows administration without ever opening a command prompt or running a script!

But what about the other ten percent of the time? While it's true that most common, day-to-day tasks of Windows administration can be performed from the GUI, it's not always the best way, especially with complex or repetitive tasks Scripts and command-line tools often provide a faster, more flexible approach. Windows Server Hacks reveals techniques that go well beyond basic management tasks found in most handbooks to help busy system administrators master the more powerful features of Windows Server.

'Windows Server Hacks' focuses on scripts and other tools that will make your life as an administrator much easier. These tools, or hacks--quick and dirty solutions to problems, or clever ways of doing things-were created by other professionals who've also had to struggle to find solutions to administering Windows environments. You'll save valuable time using their scripts, tools, tips, and advice. Plus, you can easily learn to customize the scripts to create even more powerful tools for your own, specific needs.

The book includes secrets of the masters in such areas as Active Directory, User Management, Group Policy, DNS and DHCP, File and Print, IIS, performance and security. The hundred, industrial strength hacks in the book range from those that deal with general administration to more esoteric hacks in the areas of network deployment, patch management, and backup and recovery.

No matter which Windows server you use-NT, IIS, 2000, or 2003-this book will put the knowledge and expertise of veteran system administrators and hackers to work for you. Windows Server Hacks will make your life easier while expanding your understanding of the capabilities of Windows Server.

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ISBN13:9780596006471
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:357
Uitgever:O'Reilly
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT

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Over Mitch Tulloch

Mitch Tulloch is a trainer, consultant, and author living in Winnipeg, Canada. In addition to his Nutshell books for O'Reilly listed below, Mitch is also the author of the Microsoft Encyclopedia of Networking and Microsoft Encyclopedia of Security, both from Microsoft Press, and a string of best-selling books on IIS from Osborne/McGraw-Hill. If you're interested you can find out more about Mitch on his website www.mtit.com. In addition to his O'Reilly weblog, Mitch also maintains a "techblog" at mitchtulloch.blogspot.com containing random thoughts, ideas, suggestions, tips, and resources for network and system administrators.

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Inhoudsopgave

Credits
Foreword
Preface

Chapter 1. General Administration
1. Use Run As to Perform Administrative Tasks
2. Drag and Drop to the Run Menu
3. Find and Replace Registry Keys from a Command line
4. Automatically Log On After Booting
5. Wait for and Optionally Terminate a Process
6. Shut Down a Remote Computer
7. Rename Mapped Drives
8. Execute a Command on Each Computer in a Domain
9. Add, Remove, or Retrieve Environment Variables
10. Extend Group Policy
11. Disable EFS
12. Get Event Log Information
13. Shortcut to Remote Assistance
14. Desktop Checker
15. Top Five Tools
16. myITforum.com

Chapter 2. Active Directory
17. Retrieve the List of Old Domain Computer Accounts
18. Automate Creation of OU Structure
19. Modify All Objects in the OU
20. Delegate Control of an OU to a User
21. Send OU Information in Active Directory to an HTML Page
22. Display Active Directory Information
23. Store and Display Contact Information in Active Directory
24. Restore the Active Directory Icon in Windows XP

Chapter 3. User Management
25. Search for Domain Users
26. Manage User Accounts in Active Directory
27. Get a List of Disabled Accounts
28. Get User Account Information
29. Check for Passwords that Never Expire
30. Enumerate Group Membership to a CSV File
31. Modify User Properties for All Users in a Particular OU
32. Check Group Membership and Map Drives in a Logon Script
33. Script Creation of a User's Home Directory and Permissions
34. Prevent Ordinary Users from Creating Local Accounts
35. Put a Logoff Icon on the Desktop

Chapter 4. Networking Services
36. Manage Services on Remote Machines
37. Simplify DNS Aging and Scavenging
38. Troubleshoot DNS
39. Manually Recreate a Damaged WINS Database
40. Change WINS for All Enabled Adapters
41. Ensure DHCP Server Availability
42. Change a Network Adapter's IP Info
43. Change from Static IP to DHCP
44. Release and Renew IP Addresses
45. Use netsh to Change Configuration Settings
46. Remove Orphaned Network Cards
47. Implement Windows 2000 Network Load Balancing

Chapter 5. File and Print
48. Map Network Drives
49. Determine Who Has A Particular File Open on the Network
50. Display a Directory Tree
51. Automate Printer Management
52. Set the Default Printer Based on Location
53. Add Printers Based on Name of Computer

Chapter 6. IIS
54. Back Up the Metabase
55. Restore the Metabase
56. Map the Metabase
57. Metabase Hacks
58. Hide the Metabase
59. IIS Administration Scripts
60. Run Other Web Servers
61. IISFAQ

Chapter 7. Deployment
62. Get Started with RIS
63. Customize RIS
64. Tune RIS
65. Customize SysPrep
66. Remove Windows Components from the Command Line
67. Unattended Installation of Windows Components
68. Easily Create a Network Boot Disk

Chapter 8. Security
69. Fundamentals of a Virus-Free Network
70. Antivirus FAQ
71. Rename the Administrator and Guest Accounts
72. Get a List of Local Administrators
73. Find All Computers that Are Running a Service
74. Grant Administrative Access to a Domain Controller
75. Secure Backups
76. Find Computers with Automatic logon Enabled
77. Security FAQ
78. Microsoft Security Tools

Chapter 9. Patch Management
79. Best Practices for Patch Management
80. Beginners Guide to Enterprise Patch Management
81. Patch-Management FAQ
82. Enumerate Installed Hotfixes
83. Apply Patches in the Correct Order
84. Windows Update FAQ
85. Obtain Updates via the Windows Update Catalog
86. Use Automatic Updates Effectively
87. Use Group Policy to Configure Automatic Updates
88. Automatic Updates FAQ
89. Software Update Services FAQ

Chapter 10. Backup and Recovery
90. Collect Disaster Recovery Files
91. Back Up Individual Files from the Command Line
92. Back Up System State on Remote Machines
93. Back Up and Restore a Certificate Authority
94. Back Up EFS
95. Work with Shadow Copies
96. Back Up and Clear the Event Logs
97. Back Up the DFS Namespace
98. Recover with Automated System Recovery
99. Recovery Roadmap
100. Data Recovery of Last Resort

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