Windows .NET Server 2003 is the first Microsoft product that is innately affected by the company's recent Trustworthy Computing initiative. If this is successful, this will be the most stable, reliable, and dependable server OS that Microsoft has ever released. It will also feature an integrated environment with the .NET Framework and the Common Language Runtime. The Ultimate Windows .NET Server 2003 System Administrator's Guide is an essential resource for planning, deploying, and administering a Windows .NET enterprise system. The authors draw on years of experience designing and administering Windows NT and UNIX systems in order to guide you through the varied tasks involved in real-world system administration. There are detailed discussions of key Windows .NET Server administrative functions, and descriptions of many advanced tools and optional components. In addition the authors have included a comprehensive and convenient command reference.
|Publication date:||8th April 2003|
|Author:||Robert G. Williams, Mark Walla|
|Publisher:||Addison Wesley an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Categories:||Windows 2003, Maintenance & repairs,|
G. Robert Williams, Ph.D., is the CEO of Manakoa Services Corporation. He is the coauthor of The Ultimate Windows 2000 System Administrator's Guide (Addison-Wesley, 2000) and Windows NT and UNIX (Addison-Wesley, 1998), in addition to being a regular contributor to Computer World, ITWorld.com, Windows Advantage, and Windows NT/2000 Magazine. Bob has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the field of security. Mark Walla, MCSE, is the Senior Vice President of Manakoa Services Corporation. He has written numerous technical articles for Computer World, Windows Advantage, and Windows NT/2000 Magazine. He is also coauthor of The Ultimate Windows 2000 System Administrator's ...More About Robert G. Williams, Mark Walla