If Windows Server 2003 can do it, you can do it, too ...
This comprehensive reference provides what you need to plan, install, configure, and maintain a Windows Server 2003 R2, SP1, operating system. Covering critical new SP1 security features, the new Windows Update service, and expanded Active Directory management tools, the latest edition of this guide is packed with information, including key changes that alter the way the powerful Windows Server 2003 operating system is installed, configured, and maintained. Improve security, extend your corporate network, optimize e-mail, chat, and other communications, and more — this book will show you how.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Windows Server 2003
Plan your Windows Server 2003 R2, SP1, single-system or enterprise deployment
Find out the best ways to secure the network, including encryption, secure sockets, Kerberos, and other certificates
Protect your corporate network automatically with new Windows Update Service
Extend the enterprise network to branch offices with enhanced Active Directory management tools
Facilitate change control over users, computers, security, and the workspace, using Group Policy technology
Develop an effective storage, backup, and disaster recovery strategy
Implement scalable solutions that stay up and online day after day, and still handle disasters
Explore thin-client deployment, set up Terminal Services, and configure application servers
Stay on top of printer management, Internet printing, and troubleshooting
Windows Server 2003 Bible, 2nd Edition, R2 and SP1
Jim Boyce has authored or coauthored more than 45 books about computer hardware and software, including Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Plain & Simple and Microsoft Outlook Version 2002 Inside Out. He is a former contributing editor and monthly columnist for WINDOWS Magazine. He has worked with computers as a programmer and systems manager in a variety of capacities since the 1970s, and has a wide range of experience in the MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Windows NT, and UNIX environments.