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Windows Command Line Administration Instant Reference

John Paul Mueller

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The perfect companion to any book on Windows Server 2008 or Windows 7, and the quickest way to access critical information
Focusing just on the essentials of command-line interface (CLI), Windows Command-Line Administration Instant Reference easily shows how to quickly perform day-to-day tasks of Windows administration without ever touching the graphical user interface (GUI). Specifically designed for busy administrators, Windows Command-Line Administration Instant Reference replaces many tedious GUI steps with just one command at the command-line, while concise, easy to access answers provide solutions on the spot.
* Provides practical examples, step-by-step instructions, and contextual information
* Quick-reference style delivers the commands needed for managing data and the network; working with Active Directory; performing diagnostics and maintenance; and, creating batch files and scripts
* Covers administration for Windows Server 2008 Server Core, Windows Server 2008 (including R2), and Windows 7
Administrators can get more done in less time with CLI than they can with the standard GUI. Compact enough to keep on hand at all times, Windows Command-Line Administration Instant Reference provides administrators with a convenient, fast and simple way to use CLI.


Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 576
Erscheinungsdatum 19.10.2010
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-470-65046-2
Verlag John Wiley & Sons Inc
Maße (L/B/H) 22.9/15.6/3.4 cm
Gewicht 675 g
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  • Part I: Configuring the Local Machine.

    Chapter 1: Configuring the Local Machine.

    Chapter 2: Making Remote Connections.

    Chapter 3: Automating Tasks.

    Part II: Managing Data.

    Chapter 4: Working with File and Directory.

    Chapter 5: Administering File and Directory Content.

    Chapter 6: Managing the Hard Drive.

    Chapter 7: Securing the Data.

    Part III: Managing the Network.

    Chapter 8: Managing the Network.

    Chapter 9: Working with TCP/IP.

    Chapter 10: Creating System Connections.

    Part IV: Interacting with the Active Directory.

    Chapter 11: Configuring Directory Services.

    Chapter 12: Work with Directory Objects.

    Part V: Performing Diagnostics.

    Chapter 13: Monitoring System Events.

    Chapter 14: Monitoring System Performance.

    Part VI: Performing Maintenance.

    Chapter 15: Performing Basic Maintenance.

    Chapter 16: Managing System Users.

    Chapter 17: Securing the System.

    Chapter 18: Interacting with the Registry.

    Part VII: Creating Batch Files.

    Chapter 19: Changing the Batch File Environment.

    Chapter 20: Working at the Command Prompt.

    Chapter 21: Creating and Testing Batch Files.

    Part VIII: Creating Scripts.

    Chapter 22: Scripting Basics.

    Chapter 23: Using the Scripting Objects.

    Chapter 24: Advanced Scripting Examples.