Hester, Matthew.

Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Administration Instant Reference. - Hoboken : Wiley, 2013. - 1 online resource (594 p.) - eBooks on Demand .

Microsoft® Windows Server® 2012 Administration: Instant Reference; Copyright; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Contents at a Glance; Contents; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book; How to Contact the Authors; Part I: Getting Started; Chapter 1: Getting Started with Windows Server 2012; Plan for Windows Server 2012; Understand Hardware Requirements; Understand Windows Server 2012 Editions and Roles; Understand Server Core; Consider Your Licensing Options; Install Windows Server 2012; Perform a Windows Server 2012 Full Installation; Perform a Windows Server 2012 Server Core Installation Use sconfig to Configure Your Windows Server 2012 Server CoreUpgrade to Windows Server 2012; Install Windows Server 2012 Server Unattended; Migrate to Windows Server 2012; Install Windows Server 2012 Migration Tools; Migrate to Windows Server 2012; A New Server Manager; Chapter 2: Adding Server Roles and Functionality; Plan for Windows Server 2012 Roles; Plan for Active Directory; Plan for Hyper-V; Understand Remote Desktop Services; Understand Windows Server 2012 Features; Install Windows Server 2012 Roles; Install Roles on a Windows Server 2012 Full Server Installation Install Roles on a Windows Server 2012 Server Core InstallationChaper 3: Automating Administrative Tasks with Windows Server 2012; Understand the Basics of Windows PowerShell v3; Understand Windows PowerShell v3 Terminology and Structure; Enable Windows PowerShell v3; Understand Security in Windows PowerShell; Learn to Help Yourself to PowerShell; Take the Next Step; Use PowerShell Remoting; Enable PowerShell Remoting; Run Remote Commands; Understand PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE); Work with the PowerShell ISE; Part II: Manage Active Directory and Local Users Chaper 4: Maintaining Users and GroupsUnderstand Local Users and Groups; Learn Default Local Users and Groups; Administer Local Users and Groups; Understand Local User Rights; Work with Local Account Policies; Understand Active Directory Users and Groups; Learn Active Directory Users and Groups Terminology; Join an Active Directory Domain as a Member; Work with Active Directory and Local Groups; Manage Users and Groups in Active Directory; Automate User and Group Management; Load AD PowerShell Modules; Work with Users and Groups in PowerShell; Use the AD Recycle Bin Chaper 5: Managing and Replicating Active DirectoryManage the Active Directory Database; Maintain FSMO Roles; Transfer FSMO Roles; Defragment the Directory Database; Audit Active Directory Service; Use Fine-Grained Password Policy; Create PSOs; Understand Active Directory Replication; Understand the Components of Replication; Understand the Physical Constructs of Replication; Chapter 6: Maintaining and Controlling the Centralized Desktop; Understand Group Policy; Know the Difference Between Policy and Preferences; Understand the Scope of Group Policy Management Understand and Control the Order of Precedence

Fast, accurate answers for common Windows Server questions Serving as a perfect companion to all Windows Server books, this reference provides you with quick and easily searchable solutions to day-to-day challenges of Microsoft's newest version of Windows Server. Using helpful design features such as thumb tabs, tables of contents, and special heading treatments, this resource boasts a smooth and seamless approach to finding information. Plus, quick-reference tables and lists provide additional on-the-spot answers. Covers such key topics as server roles and functionality, u

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Computer science.
Microsoft Windows server.
Operating systems (Computers).


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