Windows Server 2008 Bible
In addition to the already extensive Active Directory support this book will now fully cover the "Read-Only Domain Controller" operation mode in Active Directory, intended for use in branch office scenarios where a domain controller may reside in a low physical security environment, was introduced in Windows Server 2003 R2 and will be extended in the 2008 version. Chapters covering policy-based networking, branch management and enhanced end user collaboration will be extended. Windows Server 2008 will also ship Internet Information Services 7 and the current chapters on IIS will thus be extended. Coverage of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 will also be introduced into this part of the book. We will also include coverage of the improved hot patching technology, which is a feature that allows non-kernel patches to occur without the need for a reboot.
A significantly upgraded Terminal Services component, supporting RDP 6.0. will be covered in the chapter on terminal services. The most notable improvement is the ability to share a single application over a Remote Desktop connection, instead of the entire desktop. This will be added to an already extended chapter on this remote access technology. In addition to these new features the book will also carry over existing features brought over from (SP1/R2) of Server 2003. These include covering of new security features of the operating system, Group Policy management, change control and service level, and administration practices.
Part I: Windows Server 2008, Core, Configuration, Networking, and Communication Services.
Chapter 1: Installing Windows Server 2008.
Chapter 2: Configuring Windows Server 2008.
Chapter 3: NetworkingWindows Server 2008.
Chapter 4: DHCP.
Chapter 5: Windows Name Services .
Chapter 6: Routing and Remote Access.
Chapter 7: Backup and Restore.
Chapter 10:AuditingWindows Server 2008.
Chapter 11: .NETFramework Services.
Part II: File, Print, and Storage Services
Chapter12: Print Services.
Chapter 13: Storage Management.
Chapter 14: Windows Server 2008File Systems.
Chapter 15: Sharing and Securing Files and Folders.
Part III: Security and Active Directory.
Chapter 16: Windows Server 2008 Security.
Chapter 17: Windows2008andActiveDirectory.
Chapter 18: Planning forActiveDirectory.
Chapter 19: Organizing a LogicalDomainStructure.
Chapter 20: ActiveDirectoryPhysicalArchitecture.
Chapter 21: ActiveDirectory InstallationandDeployment.
Chapter 22: Active Directory Management.
Part IV: Change Control and Workplace Management.
Chapter 23: ManagingUsers andGroups.
Chapter 24: Change Control, Group Policy, and Workspace Management.
Chapter 25: Service Level.