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microsoft windows small business server 2003 administrator's companion
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 Administrator's Companion
by Charlie Russel, Sharon Crawford and Jason Gerend  ISBN:0735620202
Microsoft Press © 2004 (656 pages)

This comprehensive administrator’s reference delivers the details you need to successfully deploy, manage, and support Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003.

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Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 Administrator’s Companion
Part I - Preparation and Planning
Chapter 1- Looking at the Big Picture
Chapter 2- Networks and Windows Server 2003
Chapter 3- Designing a Network
Part II - Installation and Setup
Chapter 4- Installing Windows Small Business Server 2003
Chapter 5- Upgrading or Migrating to Windows Small Business Server 2003
Chapter 6- Completing the To Do List and Other Post-Installation Tasks
Chapter 7- Disk Management
Chapter 8- Storage Management
Part III - Performing the Basic Tasks
Chapter 9- Users, Groups, and Security
Chapter 10- Shares, Permissions, and Group Policy
Chapter 11- Installing and Managing Printers
Chapter 12- Managing Computers on the Network
Chapter 13- Backing Up and Restoring Data
Part IV - Performing Advanced Tasks
Chapter 14- Using Exchange Server
Chapter 15- Managing Connectivity
Chapter 16- Using ISA Server 2000
Part V - Administering Server Components
Chapter 17- Customizing a SharePoint Web Site
Chapter 18- Managing an Intranet Web Server
Chapter 19- Using SQL Server
Part VI - Tuning and Troubleshooting
Chapter 20- Monitoring and Fine-Tuning Performance
Chapter 21- Disaster Planning and Fault Tolerance
Part VII - Appendixes
Appendix A- Partially Automating Installation
Appendix B- Installing ISA Server 2000 and SQL Server 2000
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars
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This comprehensive administrator’s reference delivers the details you need to successfully deploy, manage, and support Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003. The authors, experts in Microsoft operating systems and server technologies, provide easy-to-follow procedures, practical workarounds, and key troubleshooting tactics for everyday, on-the-job results. Delve into system features and capabilities—and get hands-on insights for implementing messaging and collaboration, Internet access, data storage, printing, faxing, support for line-of-business applications, and end-to-end network administration for your small business. This book covers all Small Business Server 2003 components, including Microsoft Windows Server 2003,Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 technology, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, and Windows SharePoint technologies, in a single volume—along with time-saving tools and scripts for performing security assessments and penetration testing.

About the Authors

Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford are co-authors of numerous books on operating systems. Their titles include Running Microsoft Windows NT Server 4, UNIX and Linux Answers, NT and UNIX Intranet Secrets, and Upgrading to Windows 98.

Charlie Russel is currently an information technology consultant, specializing in combined Windows and UNIX networks. He's also the co-author (with Linda Gaus) of SCO OpenServer: the Windows Network Solution.

Sharon Crawford is a veteran, even grizzled, writer of computer books. In addition to the books with Charlie, she has written a dozen or so more, the most recent being Windows 2000: The Missing Manual and Windows 2000 Professional for Dummies (with Andy Rathbone).

Jason Gerend has co-authored numerous books, including The Effective Executive's Guide To Outlook 2002, The New Webmaster's Guide to Dreamweaver 4, and the New Webmaster's Guide to FrontPage 2002. He also helped Sharon and Charlie write the first edition of the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Administrator's Companion, and Windows 2000 Pro: The Missing Manual. A Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Jason's been fooling around with computers since the days of MS-DOS 2, was a big fan of OS/2 2.1, and has been a freelance Webmaster and computer consultant since 1995.

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