More and more companies with UNIX systems are turning to Windows 2000 to support specific departmental functions. Since ifs not practical or efficient to run these two systems separately, network and IT managers must find new ways to integrate Windows 2000 With UNIX. Written by an expert in the field, this book provides the tools and techniques necessary to successfully combine and manage both systems.
The author clearly shows how to plan an integration strategy, select the appropriate integration products, and establish policies on how to administer and use these systems. The book offers a comprehensive overview of the UNIX and Windows 2000 operating systems - from UNIX file systems and user interfaces to Windows 2000 user-mode components and system controls. Detailed information is provided on how to integrate, install, and configure these systems to meet the needs of a growing organization. And helpful management strategies are included that will greatly enhance the performance and security of the integrated system.
Along with in-depth coverage of the latest Matures of Windows 2000, this book:
• Presents a step-by-step planning methodology for integration
• Provides network protocol and services configuration
• Discusses Remote Access Services and Virtual Private Networks
• Explains system performance enhancement and monitoring
• Details systems and network security management
• Includes in-depth coverage of commercial integration packages