Get a glimpse inside Jerry Honeycutt's book, "Microsoft Windows Registry Guide, Second Edition," with this excerpt from Chapter 6, "Configuring Servers." Click here for the chapter download or to purchase the book.
Summary: Get the in-depth information you need to modify -- and seamlessly manage -- the Windows registry. Written for IT professionals and power users, this vital resource reveals little-known registry techniques, tricks, tips, and secrets to make your job easier. Understand the inner workings of the Windows operating system -- and use the registry to get Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP to run the way you want, on a single desktop or across the network.
Chapter 6 focuses on customizing Windows Server 2003. It describes server hacks that you can use to customize servers. For example, you can optimize the server service by editing the registry and you can configure Kerberos troubleshooting. The chapter covers the following topics:
- Server Customizations
- Internet Information Services
- Network Connections
- Shutdown Event Tracker
This chapter download from "Microsoft Windows Registry Guide, Second Edition" by Jerry Honeycutt is printed with permission from Microsoft Press, Copyright 2005.
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This was first published in June 2005