Zero Administration is now available for Microsoft's Windows NT 4.0 and will be an important component of NT 5.0, allowing network administrators to install and configure desktops from a central location (even from home!). This is the first book on the market written specifically about Microsoft's Zero Administration Kit (ZAK).The Active Directory Sites And Services Manager A site consists of a group of computers that are in a well-defined location ... In the default configuration, the services include public key services, including certificate templates and enrollmentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows 2000 Reducing TCO|
|Author||:||Robert E. Simanski|
|Publisher||:||Coriolis Group - 2000|