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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Insider Solutions -- Chapter 8, 'Administering Windows Server 2

Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Get a glimpse inside Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Insider Solutionswith this excerpt from Chapter 8, "Administering Windows Server 2003 Remotely." Click here to read this chapter or here to purchase the book.

Book Summary:
Rather than being a traditional planning, design, and implementation guide, this book is a serious resource for Windows experts to find tips, tricks, and best practices for implementing and supporting key Windows Server 2003 technologies. The authors started working with Windows Server 2003 (then codename Whistler) just days after the code for Windows 2000 was locked, when most organizations were getting a first chance to see the Windows 2000 server product. With more than three years of experience working with Whistler in early beta and production implementations, the authors of this book have provided a resource to help you make Windows 2003 technologies work properly.

Chapter Summary:
Remote server administration can be a big time-saver, and Windows Server 2003 has the features you need for making the process even simpler, quicker and more secure. This chapter excerpt provides a comprehensive overview of new tools, best practices, security and new features such as Remote Assistance and Emergency Management Service.

This chapter download from "Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Insider Solutions" by Andrew Abbate, Eric Kovach, Rand Morimoto and Ed Roberts is printed with permission from Sams, Copyright 2004.


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This was first published in August 2006

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