Chapter 19 -- Managing Active Directory Components

Chapter 19

About This Chapter

Managing Active Directory directory services goes beyond setup and configuration. It entails locating objects, assigning permissions to objects, publishing resources, moving objects within and between domains, delegating administrative control to organizational units (OUs), backing up and restoring, troubleshooting, monitoring performance, and diagnosing Active Directory issues. This chapter provides details on Active Directory administrative tasks, including how to use performance monitoring tools, diagnostic tools, and shared folder monitoring help you to manage Active Directory performance.

Before You Begin

As an experienced Windows NT Server 4.0 professional, you should already have many of the skills needed to manage Active Directory. These include:

  • Setting up users and groups
  • Securing network resources
  • Administering shared folders
  • Configuring a domain controller

To complete this chapter, you must also have

  • Installed Windows 2000 Server on a computer (Server01)

    See Chapter 8, "Installing Microsoft Windows 2000," for more details.

  • Experience logging on and off Microsoft Windows 2000
  • Knowledge about the Active Directory naming conventions
  • Obtained the knowledge and skills necessary to set up MMCs
  • Installed Active Directory using the exercises in Chapter 17, "Installing and Configuring Active Directory"

MCSE Training Kit(c) Microsoft Windows 2000 Accelerated 2000
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Year: 2004
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