Preparing network files and Web sites so they're easily accessible by mobile users.
Articles by Brien M. Posey
Part 3 of our series on various tools you can use to maintain Active Directory's health in Windows 2000.
Part 2 in our series on Keeping Active Directory Healthy: Windows 2000s Replication Monitor, replication topology, and the Replication Diagnostic Tool.
Part 2 in our series on Working Offline in Windows 2000: the pros and cons of automatic and manual caching for programs.
Part 1 in the series on Keeping Active Directory Healthy: installing and using the Active Directory Administration Tool and Active Directory Replication Monitor.
Part 1 of the series, Working Offline in Windows 2000: How to use caching to make network resources such as files, folders and even entire Web sites available to mobile users offline.
Working with classes can be trickier than you think, so learn how to add custom attributes to a structural class.
Maximize the search capabilities of Active Directory by adding custom attributes. But beware: tampering with the Active Directory schema can be dangerous.
Part 2 of the series on Adding Custom Active Directory Attributes: how to add the tool to the MMC and modify the schema.
Profiles make life easier for both users and administrators. Part 2 of our series on Creating User Profiles demonstrates how to create roaming and mandatory profiles.
If your data is important enough to warrant enabling security and encryption protocols in the first place, wouldnt you at least like to know if IPSec doing its job?
How to set up Windows 2000 user profiles in a way that will make your users lives easier, as well as helping you to increase security.