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Microsoft Windows Command-line Administrators Pocket Consultant : Pro - Administrator's PC - William R. Stanek

Microsoft Windows Command-line Administrators Pocket Consultant

Pro - Administrator's PC

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Portable and precise, this pocket-sized guide delivers ready answers for managing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP from the command line. Zero in on core command-line tools and techniques--learning timesaving ways to extend your operational efficiency and reach over multiple domains and networks. With its quick-reference tables, lists, and step-by-step instructions, this book delivers the fast, accurate information you need to get the job done--whether you're at your desk or in the field

Get fast facts to: Create and use command-line scripts Perform multiple, complex operations by grouping commands Run commands, scripts, and programs on a scheduled basis Use event-logging tools to monitor and fine-tune system performance Gain control over disks beyond what you can do from the GUI Administer Active Directory users and groups, computer accounts, and domains Maintain network printers and print services Configure, manage, and troubleshoot TCP/IP networking services Get tips for using command-line related Resource Kit tools

Acknowledgmentsp. xvii
Introductionp. xix
Windows Command Line Fundamentals
Overview of the Windows Command Linep. 3
Command Line Essentialsp. 4
Using Windows Support Toolsp. 11
Using Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Toolsp. 13
Getting the Most from the Command Linep. 15
Managing Command Shell Startupp. 16
Working with the Command Pathp. 17
Redirecting Standard Input, Output, and Errorp. 20
Chaining and Grouping Commandsp. 22
Command Line Scripting Essentialsp. 25
Creating Command Line Scriptsp. 25
Common Statements and Commands for Scriptsp. 27
Passing Arguments to Scriptsp. 32
Getting Acquainted with Variablesp. 33
Using Variables in Scriptsp. 35
Using Mathematical Expressionsp. 40
Command-Line Selection Statementsp. 42
Command Line Iteration Statementsp. 46
Creating Subroutines and Proceduresp. 53
Scheduling Tasks to Run Automaticallyp. 57
Scheduling Tasks on Local and Remote Systemsp. 58
Scheduling Tasks with the Scheduled Task Wizardp. 63
Scheduling Tasks with Schtasksp. 70
Windows Systems Administration
Managing Windows Systemsp. 83
Examining System Informationp. 83
Working with the Registryp. 85
Managing System Servicesp. 92
Restarting and Shutting Down Systems from the Command Linep. 100
Event Logging, Tracking, and Automated Monitoringp. 103
Windows Event Loggingp. 103
Viewing and Filtering Event Logsp. 106
Writing Custom Events to the Event Logsp. 111
Monitoring Systems Using Event Triggersp. 113
Monitoring Processes and Performancep. 119
Managing Applications, Processes, and Performancep. 119
Detecting and Resolving Performance Issues Through Monitoringp. 133
Windows File System and Disk Administrationp. 139
Configuring and Maintaining Hard Disk Drivesp. 141
Getting Started with DiskPartp. 141
Installing and Managing Hard Disk Drivesp. 149
Working with Basic and Dynamic Disksp. 154
Maintaining Hard Disk Drivesp. 158
Partitioning Basic Disksp. 167
Obtaining Partition Informationp. 167
Creating Partitionsp. 168
Managing Drive Letters and Mount Pointsp. 171
Formatting Partitionsp. 173
Managing Partitionsp. 176
Managing Volumes and RAID on Dynamic Disksp. 181
Obtaining Volume Information and Statusp. 181
Creating and Managing Simple Volumesp. 184
Providing Fault Tolerance with RAID on Dynamic Disksp. 187
Managing RAID and Recovering from Failurep. 192
Windows Active Directory and Network Administration
Core Active Directory Services Administrationp. 199
Controlling Active Directory from the Command Linep. 199
Making Directory Queries Using the DSQUERY Commandp. 204
Searching for Problem User and Computer Accountsp. 213
Renaming and Moving Objectsp. 214
Removing Objects from Active Directoryp. 215
Managing Computer Accounts and Domain Controllersp. 217
Overview of Managing Computer Accounts from the Command Linep. 217
Creating Computer Accounts in Active Directory Domainsp. 219
Managing Computer Account Propertiesp. 222
Working with Domain Controllersp. 227
Designating Global Catalog Serversp. 229
Designating Operations Mastersp. 233
Managing Active Directory Users and Groupsp. 237
Overview of Managing User Accounts from the Command Linep. 237
Adding User Accountsp. 240
Managing User Accountsp. 245
Overview of Managing Group Accounts from the Command Linep. 254
Adding Group Accountsp. 255
Managing Group Accountsp. 259
Administering Network Printers and Print Servicesp. 267
Obtaining Support and Troubleshooting Information for Printersp. 267
Managing Printersp. 276
Managing TCP/IP Ports for Network-Attached Printersp. 282
Configuring Printer Propertiesp. 285
Solving Spooling Problemsp. 290
Managing Print Queues and Individual Print Jobsp. 291
Configuring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networkingp. 297
Using the Network Services Shellp. 297
Managing TCP/IP Settingsp. 301
Supporting TCP/IP Networkingp. 308
Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networkingp. 321
Essential Command-Line Tools Referencep. 343
Indexp. 377
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ISBN: 9780735620384
ISBN-10: 0735620385
Series: Pro - Administrator's PC
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 392
Published: 28th April 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 19.68 x 13.97  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.54