Windows Server 2003
My goals for this Windows Server 2003 are to help troubleshoot a problem and to get you started if you are searching for information on a new topic.
Perhaps the best way to explain what my Windows Server 2003 pages are about is by way of examples. If you are planning to migrate from NT or W2K3, then I have a checklist. In fact, my best role is getting you started, for example, understand DNS, writing VBScripts or configuring a Cluster Server. I also have advice on Windows topics such as Active Directory, disaster recovery and security. Are you looking for new areas to explore? If so then I can fill gaps in your knowledge of Group Policy, FSMO or RIS.
Here below, is my site map for the Windows Server 2003 part of my website that runs in windows webhosting. I divided into into 8 sub-sections:
I like thePermissions Monitor because it enables me to see quickly WHO has permissions to do WHAT. When you launch this tool it analyzes a users effective NTFS permissions for a specific file or folder, takes into account network share access, then displays the results in a nifty desktop dashboard!
Think of all the frustration that this free utility saves when you are troubleshooting authorization problems for users access to a resource. Give this permissions monitor a try – it’s free!
A quick terminology check, this section is about Windows Server 2003; during development it was know as Whistler, XP Server or plain .NET. Talking of names, if you liked the acronym W2K, then you may like the acronym W2K3 for this product, and W2K8 for the next generation.