Windows XP Power Tools

Jim Boyce

  • 出版商: Sybex
  • 出版日期: 2002-05-17
  • 售價: $1,650
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$1,568
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 848
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 078214067X
  • ISBN-13: 9780782140675





Step-by-Step Instruction Helps You Harness the Full Power of Windows XP

Whether you're running Windows XP Home Edition or Professional, Windows XP Power Tools arms you with the advanced skills you need to become the ultimate power user. Full of undocumented tips and tricks and written by a Windows expert, this book provides you with step-by-step instructions for customization, optimization, troubleshooting and shortcuts for working more efficiently. A must-have for power users and network administrators, Windows XP Power Tools includes a CD filled with power tools including security, e-mail, diagnostic and data recovery utilities.

Coverage includes:

  • Performing network, automated, and unattended installations
  • Controlling Windows XP startup and shutdown
  • Controlling printing
  • Auditing the system
  • Adding and removing OS components
  • Understanding and managing the Registry
  • Working with Device Manager
  • Setting up and troubleshooting incoming and outgoing connections
  • Hosting FTP sites
  • Performing backups and recovering from disasters
  • Managing users and groups
  • Setting up, monitoring, and managing Remote Access
  • Configuring and optimizing TCP/IP
  • Managing certificates
  • Configuring VPN connections
  • Encrypting your files



Part I Windows XP Overview, Installation, and Startup
Chapter 1: What 's New in Windows XP?
Chapter 2: Stand-Alone Installations
Chapter 3: Reaping the Rewards of Network, Automated,and Unattended Installations
Chapter 4: Running Multiple Operating Systems on a Single PC
Chapter 5: Gaining Control of Windows XP Startup and Shutdown

Part II Running and Customizing Windows XP
Chapter 6: Shortcuts for Working in Windows
Chapter 7: Customizing the Interface
Chapter 8: Controlling Windows Explorer
Chapter 9: Controlling Printing
Chapter 10: Command Console Survivor's Guide
Chapter 11: Using and Customizing Help

Part III Managing the System and Applications
Chapter 12: Minimizing the Aches and Pains of Application Installation and Configuration
Chapter 13: Yes, You Can Run Legacy and Non-Windows Applications in Windows XP
Chapter 14: Adding and Removing OS Components
Chapter 15: Using and Customizing MMC Consoles
Chapter 16: It's All About Control: Tools and Techniques for Managing Services
Chapter 17: Monitoring Events
Chapter 18: Monitoring Performance
Chapter 19: Auditing the System
Chapter 20: Using Disk Quotas

Part IV Hardware
Chapter 21: Understanding and Managing the Registry
Chapter 22: Working with Device Manager
Chapter 23: Configuring Hardware
Chapter 24: Using Hardware Profiles
Chapter 25: Managing the File System

Part V Communications and Networking
Chapter 26: Modem and Dial-Up Networking Configuration
Chapter 27: Choosing a Network Topology
Chapter 28: Configuring LAN Connections
Chapter 29: Configuring and Optimizing TCP/IP
Chapter 30: Troubleshooting and Monitoring TCP/IP Connections
Chapter 31: Remote Access, Monitoring,and Management
Chapter 32: Configuring and Sharing Internet Connections
Chapter 33: Supporting Wired or Dial-Up Incoming Connections
Chapter 34: Optional Networking and Management Components

Part VI Internet Applications and Services
Chapter 35: Optimizing Internet Explorer
Chapter 36: Outlook Express
Chapter 37: Hosting Websites
Chapter 38: FrontPage Server Extensions
Chapter 39: Hosting FTP Sites
Chapter 40: Setting Up a Telnet Server

Part VII Managing Users
Chapter 41: Managing Users and Groups
Chapter 42: Understanding Group and Local Policies
Chapter 43: Reining in Users with Policy Restrictions
Chapter 44: Managing User Data and Settings

Part VIII Backup and Disaster Recovery
Chapter 45: Backup
Chapter 46: System Recovery Tools
Chapter 47: Recovery Console

Part IX Security
Chapter 48: Managing Certificates
Chapter 49: Encrypting File System
Chapter 50: IPSec
Chapter 51: VPN Connections