Essential Windows NT System Administration

Essential Windows NT System Administration

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Windows NT systems are often said to qmanage themselves.q This book is for those times when things don't quite work out that way, when somebody who knows what's going on needs to intervene. Essential Windows NT System Administrationhelps you manage Windows NT systems as productively as possible, making the task as pleasant and satisfying as can be. It combines practical experience with technical expertise, helping you to work smarter and more efficiently. It not only covers the standard utilities offered with the Windows NT operating system, but also those from the Resource Kit, as well as important commercial and free third-party tools. It also pays particular attention to developing your own tools by writing scripts in Perl and other languages to automate common tasks. Essential Windows NT System Administrationcovers: How Windows NT systems boot and how to shut them down User account administration, including tips for managing large numbers of accounts Creating file systems, including striped and fault-tolerant file systems, and securing their contents from unauthorized access Sharing file systems via the network, using Windows NT's native share facility and other facilities such as Samba and NFS General and advanced network configuration, including DHCP, DNS, WINS, routing, and RAS Managing printers, including local printers, network printers, and printer pools Managing processes, including the Windows NT schedule service, as well as performance optimization and capacity planning Securing Windows NT systems, including implementing security policies and system auditing This book covers the workstation and server versions of Windows NT 4.0 on both Intel and Alpha processor-based systems. AEleen Frisch is a Windows NT and UNIX system administrator, and is the author of several books, including O'Reilly's bestsellingEssential System Administration.Accumulated CPU time for the seven processes mere presence of high CPU usage numbers means nothing in isolation. ... K Normal NTVDM EM 259 0:0000 220 K 2739 1 848 f Normal wowexec.exe 0:00:00 Normal nddeagnt.exe 249 0:00 :00anbsp;...

Title:Essential Windows NT System Administration
Author:AEleen Frisch
Publisher:Oreilly & Associates Incorporated - 1998


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