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Microsoft Windows Scripting Self-Paced Learning Guide by Ed Wilson
Publisher: Microsoft Press; Bk&CD-Rom edition (May 5, 2004) | ISBN: 0735619816 | CHM | 1,5 Mb | 416 pages
Get the inside track on how to write system administration scripts — straight from Microsoft scripting experts. This practical learning guide teaches how to use scripting techniques to gain control over your Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), and Microsoft Exchange Server environments — all at your own pace. Build practical skills on everything from writing your first script in Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) to working with Windows Scripting Host (WSH), Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), and Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI), and from creating logon scripts to automating the management of systems, user accounts, files, printers, the registry, network services, directory services, security features, group policy, and more. The companion CD features the complete eBook, plus more than 200 sample scripts and a host of timesaving scripting tools.
Group Policy, Profiles, and IntelliMirror for Windows 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 (Mark Minasi Windows Administrator Library) by Jeremy Moskowitz
Publisher: Sybex; 3 edition (October 21, 2005) | ISBN-10: 0782144470 | CHM | 61,1 Mb | 624 pages
— Network administrators can streamline Windows Server 2000 and 2003 management by grouping policy settings to monitor and regulate users and the network's computers; Group Policy concepts and tools allow them to enforce rules and automate processes — Revised for Windows Server 2003 SP1 and Windows XP SP2 with new material, including extensive coverage of network security — Provides background information for planning, creating, and applying Group Policy settings and offers extensive coverage of troubleshooting techniques — Includes ready-to-use scripts to automate routine administration tasks
This fully updated third edition of Group Policy, Profiles, and IntelliMirror provides all the instruction and insight you need to take full advantage of your Active Directory with GPMC and other Group Policy tools. You'll also learn techniques for implementing IntelliMirror, making it possible for users to work safely from any location And you'll find intensive troubleshooting advice, insider tips on keeping your network secure, and hundreds of clear examples that will keep you on track and help you accomplish all your administration goals. You'll learn to:
— Create and manage all Group Policy functions within Active Directory — Understand Group Policy differences in Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows XP / SP2, Windows 2003 and Windows 2003 / SP1 systems — Troubleshoot Group Policy using Support tools, Resource Kit utilities, log files, registry hacks, and third-party tools — Create and deploy custom settings for managing client and server systems — Manage, secure, and audit client and server systems — Script complex operations, including linking, back-up, restore, permissions changes, and migrating — Set up Local, Roaming, and Mandatory profiles — Set up and manage IntelliMirror components with Group Policy — Use Group Policy Software Installation to perform hands-off installations — Use Remote Installation Services to automate the installation of new Windows systems — Ensure the safety of your users' data with Redirected Folders and Shadow Copies
— Fully Updated to Address XP's Built-in Firewall, Working Around Windows' "Group Policy Retroactive Bug," Using the Security Configuration Wizard, and More — Master Advanced Group Policy Features: Inheritance Blocking, Prioritization, Linking, Loopback Policy Processing, Security Policy Processing, Enforcing, WMI filters, Backup & Recovery, and Migration — Use IntelliMirror Features
— Including Roaming Profiles, Redirected Folders, Offline Files, Synchronization Manager, Disk Quotas, and Software Deployment
— to Make Users More Productive — Go Beyond IntelliMirror: Deploy Shadow Copies and Remote Installations Services (RIS) for Complete Protection of Your Data and Systems and Systems
IT Administrator's Top Ten Introductory Scripts for Windows|Charles River Media|Jan 2004|ISBN: 1584502126|CHM|7.57 MB
A key problem with Microsoft Windows is that its friendly user interface can get in the way of efficient system administration. There's no easy way, for example, to use the graphical administration tools to determine which of your users have passwords that will soon expire. The answers to such problems of administration come in the form of scripts written for the Windows Script Host (WSH), which are what IT Administrator's Top 10 Introductory Scripts for Windows aims to teach its readers about. It succeeds; Jeff Fellinge takes on 10 significant administration challenges (getting a list of a machine's local user accounts remotely, comparing successive weeks' computer rosters, getting a concise report of users and groups on Active Directory, and so on) and shows how to solve them. It's a handy resource for an administrator who's not fond of trooping across the office (or, all too frequently, the country) to do menial tasks.
This book should also prove useful to programmers interested in integrating their products with Active Directory. Fellinge takes care to document his scripts in detail--he does not commit the popular sin of presenting the user with giant, unexplained code listings--and it's usually easy to figure out why he's designed his code as he as. Combined with a reference that details JScript for WSH, this book will prove especially valuable.
Topics covered: How to use JScript and the Windows Script Host (WSH) to write time-saving administrative scripts for Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, and (to a far lesser extent) Windows NT.
Helps adminstrators learn, and quickly implement, new scripting tools to increase productivity and redu
Microsoft, "System Administration Scripting Guide Script Repository Version 1.1"
| August 2002 | CHM | 0,27 Mb
“ The scripts included in this help file are likely to appear in the forthcoming System Administration Scripting Guide, which will ship as part of the Windows .NET Server Resource Kit. In the Scripting Guide itself, each script will be explained in step-by-step fashion, and instructional material will help you learn how to modify these scripts to suit your unique individual needs. In addition, the book will also teach you how to write your own scripts using VBScript, WMI, ADSI, and other Microsoft Scripting technologies.
Most of the scripts are designed to run with either Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows .NET Server. Scripts that are not designed to run on all these platforms include a brief note indicating which versions of Windows are required.