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By Robbie Allen, Laura E. Hunter

ISBN-10: 0596157819

ISBN-13: 9780596157814

If you happen to want useful hands-on aid for energetic listing, the up-to-date variation of this Cookbook presents fast strategies to greater than three hundred difficulties you may come across while deploying, administering, and automating Microsoft's community listing carrier. You'll locate recipes for the light-weight listing entry Protocol (LDAP), ADAM, multi-master replication, area identify approach (DNS), team coverage, the energetic listing Schema, and plenty of different beneficial properties.

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Com/ad) This site is the starting point for Active Directory information provided by Microsoft. It contains links to white papers, case studies, and tools. com/PowerShell) This site is the starting point for PowerShell information provided by Microsoft. This will be an interesting site to keep an eye on as new and updated PowerShell support is released by the various Microsoft product groups. scid=fh;EN-US;pwebcst) Webcasts are on-demand audio/video technical presentations that cover a wide range of Microsoft products.

In this book, most of the programmatic solutions do not include any error checking, predefined variables, or variable cleanup. Admittedly, this is not setting a good example, but if we included extensive error checking and variable management, it would have made this book considerably longer with little added value to the reader. The goal is to provide you with a code snippet that shows you how to accomplish a task, not provide robust scripts that include all the trimmings. Error checking with VBScript is pretty straightforward.

This section contains some of the useful sources of information that we use on a regular basis. Command-Line Tools If you have any questions about the complete syntax or usage information for any of the command-line tools we use, you should first take a look at the help information for the tools. The vast majority of CLI tools provide syntax information by simply passing /? as a parameter. For example: > dsquery /? Microsoft Knowledge Base The Microsoft Support website is a great source of information and is home of the Microsoft Knowledge Base (MS KB) articles.

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