The Definitive Guide to Building Windows Server 2008 Infrastructure will assist you in learning the parts of Server 2008 that are important to building the best possible Windows backbone for your business. You’ll learn about the features of Server 2008 that should be implemented as soon as possible. At the same time, you’ll come away with an understanding of those where you might want to steer clear, or merely put on the back-burner for a little while.
As the title of this guide suggests, the intent of this guide is to provide you with the knowledge you need to build a Windows Server 2008 infrastructure. That means my target as author is to assist you in learning the parts of Server 2008 that are important to accomplishing that goal. At the same time, I hope to illustrate the features from which you might want to steer clear or merely put on the back-burner for a little while. As you can see in the introduction to this chapter, there’s a lot in Server 2008 to digest. Figuring out which pieces will integrate best is critical to successfully deploying it within your computing environment.
- Introduction to Windows Server 2008
- Server Manager
- Active Directory Design & Domain Controller Management
- File Servers & Storage Management
- Server Core
- Managing & Customizing Group Policy
- Introduction to Terminal Services
- Advanced Topics in Terminal Services
- Securing Servers & the Domain
- Windows Failover Clustering
Publisher: Realtime Publishers
File size: 7.93.00 MB
Number of pages: 253