Microsoft Windows 2000 Security Technical Reference

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Well over half of IT personnel in medium and large organizations are concerned with security. MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 SECURITY TECHNICAL REFERENCE explains Windows 2000 security features including Active Directory(tm), Kerberos, Security Configuration Tool Set, managing policies, authentication and access control, as well as security issues in Internet commerce. IT personnel often have to strike a fine balance between good security and minimum business disruptions. T… More >>

Microsoft Windows 2000 Security Technical Reference

3 replies
  1. Joe Michael says:

    This is a useful read, however, I was disappointed at the lack of technical depth. The name “blah _technical_reference_” implies technical depth, however, it was more generic and howto in coverage of nearly all topics. Other books, the Win2k Security Handbook by Schmidt comes to mind, actually have more satisfying technical depth if that’s what you’re looking for.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. Donald R. Glass says:

    It seems this book was writed to help users understand the features that W2K has compared to his predecessor (NT 4). For the ISSO this book would not be of much help. If is Windows 2000 Security you are looking for, this book is NOT for you.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. DAMW says:

    The Title is very misleading as previous reviews state. This book is a very high level presentation of Windows 2000 concepts and features. There is no real detail on anything and everything covered in this book is covered in any other book but in more detail. I would only recomend this book for management who are trying to “get” the Windows 2000 buzzwords right. This book is useless for real IT folks. I have been one for 14 years. Don’t waste your money !
    Rating: 1 / 5

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