1 Deploying and Managing Server Images 1 2 Implementing Patch Management 33 3 Monitoring Servers 65 4 Configuring Distributed File System (DFS) 107 5 Configuring File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) 134 6 Configuring File Services and Disk Encryption 155 7 Configuring Advanced Audit Policies 177 8 Configuring DNS Zones 207 9 Configuring DNS Records 232 10 Configuring VPN and Routing 254 11 Configuring Direct Access 286 12 Configuring a Network Policy Server 312 13 Configuring NPS Policies 338 14 Configuring Network Access Protection (NAP) 358 15 Configuring Server Authentication 383 16 Configuring Domain Controllers 399 17 Maintaining Active Directory 421 18 Configuring Account Policies 447 19 Configuring Group Policy Processing 462 20 Configuring Group Policy Settings 484 21 Managing Group Policy Objects 511 22 Configuring Group Policy Preferences 523 Appendix A 000 Index 000
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