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70-214: MCSE/MCSA Guide to Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network

by Nick Wells, Robert Shimonski

Publisher: Cengage Learning
Pages: 664
Paperback
ISBN: 9780619212292






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Overview of 70-214: MCSE/MCSA Guide to Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network

The 70-214 MCSE/MCSA Guide to Implementing and Administering Security on a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network is a hands-on, practical guide that can be used to master the security features of a Windows 2000 server. Though aimed at enabling the reader to pass the MCSE/MCSA certification exam #70-214, the book's larger goal is to provide system administrators with the background and practical steps needed to create and maintain a secure working environment for networked users. This book focuses on the interaction of Active Directory with the security mechanisms provided by Windows 2000, including the Encryption File System, Kerberos authentication, security templates, and Group Policy security settings. Specialized topics such as editing Registry keys and using command line utilities are also discussed. Hundreds of figures demonstrate how to set up and manage secure systems, while conceptual overviews outline the principles behind both the technology and sound administrative practices designed to minimize security risks.

Synopsis of 70-214: MCSE/MCSA Guide to Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network

The 70-214 MCSE/MCSA Guide to Implementing and Administering Security on a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network is a hands-on, practical guide that can be used to master the security features of a Windows 2000 server. Though aimed at enabling the reader to pass the MCSE/MCSA certification exam #70-214, the book's larger goal is to provide system administrators with the background and practical steps needed to create and maintain a secure working environment for networked users. This book focuses on the interaction of Active Directory with the security mechanisms provided by Windows 2000, including the Encryption File System, Kerberos authentication, security templates, and Group Policy security settings. Specialized topics such as editing Registry keys and using command line utilities are also discussed. Hundreds of figures demonstrate how to set up and manage secure systems, while conceptual overviews outline the principles behind both the technology and sound administrative practices designed to minimize security risks.

About the Author, Nick Wells

Nicholas Wells has written more than a dozen books on Linux, networking, security, and related topics; he has also trained students and professionals on four continents and prepared over 60 hours of video training on Linux certification. Currently a member of the intellectual property section at a Utah law firm, Wells also holds an MBA and a degree in linguistics.

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