Books on Directory Enabled Networks1
One to five asterisks in front of the some of the books represent our subjective view of their goodness. The titles without asterisks have not been rated. The books are arranged in the reverse order of year of publication.
- [*****] Charles Oppermann, "
Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory Programming," Microsoft Press, May 2001, 480 pages.
- [*****] Micky Balladelli, Jan De Clercq, "
Mission-Critical Active Directory: Architecting a Secure and Scalable Infrastructure," Digital Press, March 2001, 512 pages.
- [****] Jill Spealman, "
MCSE Training Kit: Designing a Microsoft Windows(r) 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure," Microsoft Press, January 2001, 512 pages.
- [****] Tom Bialaski, Michael Haines, "
Solaris and LDAP Naming Services: Deploying LDAP in the Enterprise," Prentice Hall, January 2001, 372 pages.
- [****] Tim Howes, et al, "
Understanding and Deploying Ldap Directory Services," New Riders Publishing, January 1999, 880 pages.
- Sean Fullerton, James Hudson, Steve Judd, "
Special Edition Using Microsoft Active Directory," Que, March 2001, 576 pages.
- Roger Abell, Richard Taha, Inc. Banyan Systems, "
The Active Directory: Administration, Security and Migration," Que, February 2001, 350 pages.
- Mark Wilkins, "
Administering Active Directory," McGraw-Hill, January 2001, 507 pages.
- Archie Reed, "
Implementing Directory Services," McGraw-Hill, February 2000, 752 pages.
- Kevin Kampman, Tina Kampman, Christina Kampman, "
All About Network Directories: Understanding Directory Services and Business Applications," Wiley, March 2000, 249 pages.
- Melissa Craft, Elliot Lewis, "
Building a Cisco Network for WIndows 2000," Publishers' Group West, January 2000, 566 pages.
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