Anyone who installs Windows 2000, creates a user, or adds a printer is a 2000 system administrator. This book covers all the important day-to-day administrative tasks, and the tools for performing each task are included in an A-Z reference section. This book covers the commonalities and differences between Windows NT and Windows 2000, as well as all the administrative tasks, including installation, group policies, terminal services, user accounts and virtual private networks. It shows what is new and significant in the control panel utilities, command-line tools, utilities and wizards, TCP/IP networking with Windows 2000, the Microsoft Management Console tool (MMC) and the Windows 2000 Advanced Server and its clustering capability.
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Author Biography - Mitch Tulloch
Mitch Tulloch is an independent trainer, consultant, and author living in Winnipeg, Canada. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) with almost 20 years of experience in teaching scientific and technical subjects. Mitch has written a number of books on computer networking and Microsoft BackOffice products and has also written various magazine articles. He is the Windows 2000/NT section lead on www.swynk.com, a web site for system administrators who work with BackOffice products.