Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Design and Implementation: Creating, Migrating, and Merging Networks John Savill

ISBN: 9781281348265

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Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Design and Implementation: Creating, Migrating, and Merging Networks  by  John Savill

Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Design and Implementation: Creating, Migrating, and Merging Networks by John Savill
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A unique, scenario-based approach to selecting and implementing the best Active Directory design for your environment. While the basics of the Active Directory are straightforward, to get the most from it requires careful planning and a thoroughMoreA unique, scenario-based approach to selecting and implementing the best Active Directory design for your environment. While the basics of the Active Directory are straightforward, to get the most from it requires careful planning and a thorough understanding of what can be accomplished.

For any environment there are a number of core stages in the Active Directory implementation- the 3 Ds: discovery, design, and deployment. In this unique book, the author takes a broad range of typical environments and works through these stages- suggesting an Active Directory design specific to that environment, and how to implement it- at each stage providing clear instructions so the decisions are clearly understood and the best practice principals will be maintained throughout your systems lifetime.

There are many books on using, administering, or even deploying Active Directory, but this is the only book that exists to relate the crucial design aspects to your target environment, and show you to implement this design.



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