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Windows Server 2008 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-05197-9
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866 pages
February 2011
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Introduction.

Part I: Installation and Setup.

Chapter 1: An Overview of Windows Server 2008.

Chapter 2: Using the Boot Diagnostics.

Chapter 3: Performing the Basic Installation.

Chapter 4: Performing Initial Configuration Tasks.

Part II: Configuration.

Chapter 1: Configuring Server Roles and Features.

Chapter 2: Configuring Server Hardware.

Chapter 3: Using the Control Panel.

Chapter 4: Working with Workgroups.

Chapter 5: Promoting Your Server to a Domain Controller.

Part III: Administration.

Chapter 1: An Overview of the Administrative Tools Folder.

Chapter 2: Setting Group Policies.

Chapter 3: Configuring the Registry.

Chapter 4: Working with Active Directory.

Chapter 5: Performing Standard Maintenance.

Chapter 6: Working at the Command Line.

Part IV: Networking.

Chapter 1: An Overview of Windows Server 2008 Networking.

Chapter 2: Performing Basic Networking Tasks.

Chapter 3: Accomplishing Advanced Networking Tasks.

Chapter 4: Diagnosing and Repairing Network Connection Problems.

Part V: Security.

Chapter 1: Understanding Windows Server 2008 Security.

Chapter 2: Configuring Shared Resources.

Chapter 3: Configuring Internal Security.

Chapter 4: Working with the Internet.

Part VI: Windows PowerShell.

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Windows PowerShell.

Chapter 2: Understanding the .NET Framework.Chapter 3: Working with Scripts and Cmdlets.

Chapter 4: Creating Your Own Scripts and Cmdlets.

Part VII: IIS.

Chapter 1: Understanding the New Interface.

Chapter 2: Performing Basic Configuration Tasks.

Chapter 3: Working with Scripted Applications.

Chapter 4: Working with ASP.NET.

Chapter 5: Configuring an FTP Server.

Chapter 6: Configuring IIS Security.

Part VIII: Services.

Chapter 1: An Overview of Windows Server 2008 Services.

Chapter 2: Monitoring and Configuring Services.

Chapter 3: Using Application-Specific Services.

Index.

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