By Alistair G. Lowe-Norris, Robbie Allen, Brian Desmond, Joe Richards
To assist you take complete benefit of energetic listing, this fourth variation of this bestselling ebook can provide a radical grounding in Microsoft's community listing carrier. With Active Directory, you'll easy methods to layout, deal with, and keep an advert infrastructure, no matter if it's for a small company community or a multinational company with hundreds of thousands of assets, prone, and users.
This particular and hugely actual quantity covers energetic listing from its origins in home windows 2000 via home windows Server 2008. yet in contrast to common dry references, Active Directory offers suggestions in an easy-to-understand, narrative type. With this ebook, you'll:
* Get a whole overview of the entire new home windows 2008 features
* learn the way lively listing works with trade and PowerShell
* reap the benefits of the up to date scripting and programming chapters to automate advert tasks
* the best way to be extra effective with command-line tools
* take hold of suggestions simply with the aid of a number of screenshots and diagrams
excellent for directors, IT pros, venture managers, and programmers alike, Active Directory is not just for individuals getting begun with advert, it's additionally for knowledgeable clients who have to remain updated with the newest advert beneficial properties in home windows Server 2008. it really is no ask yourself this consultant is the bestselling advert source available.
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Kerberos AES256 support Kerberos support for Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) has been improved to support a maximum key length of 256 bits. Summary This chapter is a brief introduction to the origins of Active Directory and some of the new features available in Windows Server 2003, Window Server 2003 R2, and Windows Server 2008. The rest of the chapters in Part I cover the conceptual introduction to Active Directory and equip you with the skills necessary to gain the most from Parts II and III.
Perhaps the most important and well-known features are the introduction of Server Core and support for running Active Directory on Server Core along with the introduction of read-only domain controllers (RODCs). The differences between the fundamental Active Directory services in Windows Server 2003 R2 and Windows Server 2008 can again be considered evolutionary changes, as opposed to revolutionary. When evaluating your timeline to migrate to Windows Server 2008, consider the numerous new and improved features to aid your decision.
It was an honor having them tell me what was screwed up. Thanks to my friend Vern Rottman for being an “unofficial” reviewer and running interference for me when I worked with him. Thanks to the Microsoft Directory Service Developers: because of you, we have a “super-cool” DS. S. AD/AM rocks. Thanks to Dmitri Gavrilov for going above and beyond by responding to my unsolicited emails. Thanks to Stuart Kwan (of the Ottawa Kwan Clan) for being one of the most insanely energetic speakers and, at the same time, actually listening to what we thought was wrong and working to get corrections.
Active Directory: Designing, Deploying, and Running Active Directory (4th Edition) by Alistair G. Lowe-Norris, Robbie Allen, Brian Desmond, Joe Richards