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Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Resource Kit, Second Edition
Author The Microsoft Windows Team
Pages 1744
Disk 1 Companion CD(s)
Level Advanced
Published 06/11/2003
ISBN 9780735619746
ISBN-10 0-7356-1974-3
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Numbers
3DES encryption algorithm, 771, 815-816, 871
8.3 short file names
   converting to long file names, 99
   FAT volumes, 616
   NTFS, 597, 609
   Windows XP Professional, 622-623
56-bit DESX encryption algorithm, 871
64-Bit Edition. See Windows XP 64-Bit Edition
802.1x, 328-331, 877
802.11
   architecture, 324-325
   authentication, 326-327
   encryption, 327-328
   open system authentication, 326
   overview, 323
   security, 326-331, 874-878
   shared key authentication, 327
802.11a, 324
802.11b, 324
61883 Protocol, 383

A
AC-3 audio, 433
Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP), 385, 441
access control
   access tokens, 701
   ACE, 724
   ACL. See ACL (access control list)
   anonymous logons, managing, 736
   applying to new objects, 725-728
   auditing Account Management, 758
   auditing and analyzing, 754-764
   auditing privilege use, 757-758
   auditing system events, 702
   Cacls.exe, 732
   configuring and analyzing operations, 763-764
   DACL, 725
   default permissions, 728-732
   default user rights for clean-installed workstations, 734-735
   default Write access permissions for Users group, 734
   deployment strategies, 28-30
   discretionary access to securable objects, 702
   enabling auditing policies, 755-758
   Event Viewer, 758-759
   Guest accounts, 737-739
   inheritance, 701-702, 726
   key concepts, 702-705
   local computer policy databases, 760-763
   Local Security Policy. See Local Security Policy
   multi-user access to encrypted files, 797-801
   network, 1059
   network authentication management, 736-739
   overview, 699-700
   ownership permissions, 726-728
   permission inheritance, 702, 726
   permissions overview, 703
   planning, 706-707
   rights, 703
   Secedit.exe, 763-764
   Security Configuration and Analysis snap-in, 747, 759-763
   security configuration databases, 760-763
   security context, 700
   security descriptors, 701, 705
   security groups. See security groups
   security policy overview, 739-740
   security principals, 700
   security settings, 702
   security templates. See security templates
   sharing files and folders, 738
   SID, 700
   Software Restriction Policies, 740-742
   system event auditing, 702
   user accounts. See user accounts
   user rights, managing using security groups, 733
   user-based authorization, 703-705
   validating requests for access, 704
access control entries (ACE), 724
access control lists. See ACL (access control list)
access tokens, 658-659, 701
accessibility
   assistive technology, 1560-1561
   automating logon, 1537
   ClickLock, 1555
   cognitive disabilities, 1557-1559
   color schemes, 1545-1546, 1559
   configuring accessibility features, 1539-1540
   contrast settings, 1559
   cursor blink-rate options, 1559
   customizing computers, 1536-1539
   customizing fonts, 1544
   deployment planning, 36-37
   Fast User Switching, 1537
   FilterKeys, 1552-1553, 1558
   Group Policy, 1536
   hearing impairments, 1556-1557
   insertion point indicator blink rate, 1546
   keyboard audio cues, 1542
   keyboard shortcuts, 1548-1554
   keyboard-only input, 1554-1555
   Magnifier, 1543-1544
   mobility impairments, 1546-1555
   mouse options, 1554-1555
   mouse pointers, 1546
   mouthstick typing, 1551-1552
   Narrator, 1542
   NetMeeting, 1557
   one-finger typing, 1551-1552
   on-screen keyboards, 143-144
   overview, 1535
   seizure disorders, 1559
   SerialKeys, 1555, 1558, 1561
   setting options by disability type, 1540-1541
   ShowSounds, 1556
   size schemes, 1545-1546
   Snap To, 1559
   sound schemes, 1546, 1559
   SoundSentry, 1556
   StickyKeys, 1551-1552
   timing patterns, 1559
   ToggleKeys, 1542, 1554
   user profiles, 1536-1537
   Utility Manager, 1538-1539
   vision impairments, 1542-1546
   Windows Explorer, 1538
   Windows Installer, 1536
Accessibility Wizard
   Administrative Options setting, 1537
   configuring accessibility features, 1539
   shortcut keys, 1550
account authentication, 884, 894-895
account lockout policies, 688
account logon events, 1507-1510
Account Management, auditing, 758
account policies
   Default Domain GPO, 686
   Kerberos policies, 688
   lockout policies, 688
   password policies, 687
accounts
   Administrator, 707
   Guest, 708, 737-739
   lockout policies, 688
   policies. See account policies
   users. See user accounts
ACE (access control entries), 724
ACL (access control list)
   ACE, 724
   applying access control to new objects, 725-728
   Cacls.exe, 732
   default permissions, 728-732
   defined, 702
   viewing, 721-724
   working with, 721
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface)
   BIOS compatibility, 292-293
   firmware, checking for compliance, 1130-1132
   HAL, 1132
   Plug and Play detection, 365
   power management, 292-293
Active Directory
   computer settings in Group Policy, 217
   deployment planning, 7-8
   desktop management overview, 211-212
   desktop management using Group Policy, 219-230
   desktop management using IntelliMirror, 214-219
   DNS, 892-893
   GPO overview, 220
   GPO processing order, 221
   Group Policy extensions, list of, 222
   Group Policy-based software distribution, 217-219
   IntelliMirror, implementing, 212-214
   IntelliMirror overview, 212
   interactive logon, 661
   linking GPOs to OUs, 213-214
   managing files and folders, 250, 272, 273
   multilingual compatibility with objects, clients, and domain controllers, 174-175
   printers, 464-467, 898
   publishing, 897-898
   refreshing Group Policy from command line, 229-230
   RIS. See RIS (Remote Installation Services)
   RSoP snap-in in Group Policy, 222
   searching fields, 466
   searching for computers, 273
   searching locations, 466-467
   security, 891
   share publishing, 898
   user data management using IntelliMirror, 214-215
   user settings management using IntelliMirror, 216-217
   Windows domain environments, 889-893
ActiveState ActivePerl, 1568
ActiveSync 3.0, 319
Add Hardware Wizard, 471
Add or Remove Programs, 1401
Add Printer Wizard
   Active Directory, 464
   local printers, 471
   network printers, 469
   printer pooling, 486
   SNA, 474
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), 830, 832
administrative templates
   desktop management, 233-234
   Group Policy, 223-225
Administrator accounts, 707
Administrators group
   assigning object ownership, 727
   disk quotas, 567
   overview, 710
Administrators Tools Pack (ATP), 355
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface. See ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface)
Advanced Power Management (APM), 293-296
Advanced RISC Computing (ARC) paths, 1268
Advanced Security Settings dialog box
   Auditing tab, 756
   Effective Permissions tab, 723
   overview, 560, 722
   Owner tab, 727
   Permissions tab, 726
Afd.sys, 842
AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port), 385, 441
AH (Authentication Header), 847
allocation unit (cluster) size option, 558
allocation units, recovering lost, 1161-1162
alternate IP Configuration, 969, 972
Anonymous Logon built-in security principal, 715
Anonymous users, 736
answer files
   automatically converting FAT32 to NTFS, 99
   creating manually, 87
   creating using Setup Manager (Setupmgr.exe), 71
   customizing language and regional options, 95-97
   detecting video modes, 98
   driver signing policies, 91
   example for multiple languages, 164
   [GuiRunOnce] options for automatic installations, 102-103
   [GuiUnattended] options for multiple languages, 163
   [GuiUnattended] options in MUI Pack, 166
   language and regional settings, 160-164
   presetting time zones, 98, 163
   [RegionalSettings] options for multiple languages, 160-162
   [RegionalSettings] options in MUI Pack, 165
   RIS, 82-83
   Ristndrd.sif, 82-83
   setting passwords, 105-108
   Sysprep.inf, 76-77, 117
   [TapiLocation] options for multiple languages, 163
   [Unattended] options in MUI Pack, 166
   Unattend.txt. See Unattend.txt
   Winnt.sif, 87
APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing)
   choosing, 971
   configuring, 974-976
   overview, 969
APM (Advanced Power Management), 293-296
Apmstat.exe, 295
Apple Macintosh system interoperability, 1571-1573
AppleTalk Phase 2 Protocol Suite, 1571
application and service tools
   boot logging, 1423-1424
   Boot.ini Configuration Editor (Bootcfg.exe), 1423
   Dependency Walker (Depends.exe), 1425
   Device Manager. See Device Manager
   DirectX Diagnostic Tool (Dxdiag.exe), 429, 1425-1428, 1471
   Dr. Watson (DrWtsn32.exe), 1260, 1428-1429
   Error Reporting service, 1259, 1331-1332, 1429-1430
   Event Query (Eventquery.vbs), 1430
   Event Triggers (Eventtriggers.exe), 1430
   Event Viewer. See Event Viewer
   Global Flags Editor (Gflags.exe), 1431
   Group Policy. See Group Policy
   Group Policy Results (Gpresult.exe), 1432
   Group Policy Update (Gpupdate.exe), 1432
   Kernel Debugger (Kd.exe), 1335, 1433
   list of, 1420-1423
   Memory Pool Monitor (Poolmon.exe), 1433
   OCA Web site, 1434
   Openfiles (Openfiles.exe), 1434
   Performance snap-in (Perfmon.msc), 1434
   Process and Thread Status (Pstat.exe), 1434
   Program Compatibility Wizard, 1435-1436
   Regedit.exe (registry editor), 1398, 1436-1438
   RSoP snap-in, 1438
   RunAs, 662-664, 1439
   SC (Sc.exe). See SC (Sc.exe)
   Services (Services.msc) snap-in, 1257, 1440
   Shutdown Event Tracker, 1440-1442
   System Configuration Utility. See System Configuration Utility (Msconfig.exe)
   System Information (Msinfo32.exe), 1261, 1285, 1445-1448, 1470
   Systeminfo (Systeminfo.exe), 1445
   Task Kill (Tskill.exe), 1448
   Task List (Tasklist.exe), 1449
   Task Manager (Taskmgr.exe), 1253-1255, 1449
   WinDbg Debugger (Windbg.exe), 1335, 1433
application compatibility, 14-18
application pools, 647
ARC (Advanced RISC Computing) paths, 1268
architecture
   802.11, 324-325
   DVD, 431-437
   EFS, 770
   WIA, 390
   Windows XP 64-Bit Edition, 1528
archive attributes, 627
area codes, specifying, 163
ARP (Address Resolution Protocol), 830, 832
AS Exchange (Authentication Service Exchange), 682
ASR (Automated System Recovery)
   backups, 642
   considerations, 643
   overview, 626, 641, 1169-1170, 1419-1420
   restoring systems, 642-643
   troubleshooting startup, 1279
ASR Wizard, 642
assigning
   software to users and computers, 218-219
   user rights, 689-690
assistive technology, 1560-1561
ATP (Administrators Tools Pack), 355
ATTEMPTED_WRITE_TO_READONLY_MEMORY Stop message, 1358
attrib command, 1408
audio decoder, 434
audio renderer, 434
Audit Boot Mode, 81, 117
auditing
   See also security event messages
   access control, 754-764
   Account Management, 758
   Application log, 758
   audit policy, 695
   disk quotas, 569
   logon, 694-696
   policies, 755-758
   privilege use, 757-758
   Security log, 758
   system events, 702
   System log, 758
   troubleshooting, 694-696
Authenticated Users built-in security principal, 715
authentication
   See also logon
   802.11, 326-327
   account authentication, 884, 894-895
   auditing, 694-696
   blank password restrictions, 675
   challenge/response methods, 666-667
   connections, 1058-1064
   credentials, 656
   credentials, managing, 674-685
   deployment strategies, 27-28
   interactive, 711, 714-717, 734-735
   interactive logon process, 1058
   IPSec, 850, 855
   Kerberos V5 protocol. See Kerberos V5 protocol
   logging on using domain credentials, 1059
   LSA, 656
   network, 736-739, 1059
   NTLM protocol, 666-667
   open system, 326
   overview, 653-654
   pass-through, 916
   password management, 676-681
   policies. See authentication policies
   protocols, 664-665, 1060-1063
   Remote Desktop, 351
   security groups, 659
   security principals. See security principals
   shared key, 327
   smart cards, 681-683
   Stored User Names and Passwords, 677-679
   troubleshooting, 694-696
   validation, 656
Authentication Header (AH), 847
authentication policies
   account lockout policies, 688
   account policies, 686-688
   Kerberos policies, 688
   local policies, 689-694
   overview, 685-686
   password policies, 687
Authentication Service Exchange (AS Exchange), 682
authenticator, 668, 877
authorization. See access control
authorized private IP addresses, 968
Autochk.exe, 1155-1158
AutoComplete, 1557
AutoCorrect, 1557
Autodial, 1042
autologon, 683-685
Automated System Recovery. See ASR (Automated System Recovery)
automatic caching, 310
automatic detection and installation of local printers, 471
Automatic Private IP Addressing. See APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing)
Automatic Updates, 372, 1466
automatic wireless configuration, 333-336
automating installations
   adding applications, 100
   adding hardware device support, 88-95
   answer files, creating manually, 87
   answer files, creating using Setup Manager (Setupmgr.exe), 71
   application installation programs, 103
   automatically converting FAT32 to NTFS, 99
   batch files, 104
   Cmdlines.txt, 101-102
   converting short file names, 99
   customizing components and features, 88
   customizing language and regional options, 95-97
   customizing overview, 68-70
   customizing tool list, 68
   customizing tools overview, 71
   detecting video modes, 98
   distribution folders, 64-68
   driver signatures, 91
   driver signing policies, 91
   Dynamic Update overview, 52-54
   [GuiRunOnce] section of answer files, 102-103
   HAL, 54, 90
   hardware requirements, 63-64
   installing operating systems. See installing operating systems
   mass storage devices, 88-90
   overview, 49-54
   password setting, 105-108
   Plug and Play, 92-95
   preparing, 63-68
   presetting time zones, 98
   process overview, 50
   RIS. See RIS (Remote Installation Services)
   Setup, 99, 109-113
   software requirements, 63-64
   System Preparation tool. See Sysprep.exe (System Preparation tool)
   tool choice guidelines, 54-56
   tool locations and information, 62
   unattended installations. See unattended installations
   Windows Installer, 105
   WPA, 51

B
backup and restore
   archive attributes, 627
   backing up files on local computers, 648
   backing up files on remote computers, 649
   backup markers, 627
   backup plan, establishing, 631-636
   Backup Tool. See Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
   backup types, 627
   boot files, 637-638
   copy backups, 627
   daily backups, 627
   differential backups, 627
   documenting procedures, 635
   encrypted files or folders, 648, 809
   enhancements, 626
   file permissions, 630
   file security settings, 650
   files skipped during backup, 640
   incremental backups, 627
   LAN workgroup backup planning, 634-635
   locked files, 648
   media, 628, 630, 648
   normal backups, 627
   NTBackup.exe. See Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
   overview, 625-626
   passwords, 679-681
   Removable Storage. See Removable Storage
   restoring data, 649-650
   rights, 629
   security, 629-630
   stand-alone computer backup planning, 632-633
   storage, 628, 630
   system files, 637-638
   System State data, 636-638, 649, 1418
   third-party backup programs, 650
   verifying operations, 636
   volume shadow copies, 626, 640-641
backup GUID partition entry arrays, 1216
Backup Operators group, 629, 711
Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
   ASR. See ASR (Automated System Recovery)
   overview, 1418-1419
   Removable Storage, 638
   saving System State data, 1418
   using, 638-641
$BadClus, 604
BAD_POOL_CALLER Stop message, 1358-1360
banner grabbing, 836
basic disks
   Boot Indicator field, 1192
   CHS fields, 1193-1194
   converting to dynamic disks, 513-519
   EBR, 1195-1197
   GPT disk partition requirements, 533
   master boot code, 1189-1190
   MBR, 1189-1197
   moving, 526-529
   overview, 507-508
   partition tables, 1190-1192
   Relative Sectors field, 1194
   status descriptions, 1173-1175
   System ID field, 1192-1193
   Total Sectors field, 1194
basic input/output system. See BIOS
Basic Language Collection
   disk space requirements, 150
   language group IDs, 141-142
basic service set (BSS), 324
basic volumes
   creating during Setup, 521-524
   extending, 509
   overview, 507, 509
   status descriptions, 1175-1177
Batch built-in security principal, 715
batch command, 1408
batch logon, 659
battery monitoring and management, 300-301
binding order, 896-897
BINL (Boot Information Negotiation Layer), 128
BIOS
   ACPI, 292-293
   APM, 294-295
   BPB, 1198
   checking, 12
   Plug and Play settings, 399-400
   portable computers, 286, 318, 869
   troubleshooting, 1128-1132
BIOS parameter block (BPB), 1198
blink rates
   cursor, 1559
   insertion point indicator, 1546
blue screen errors. See Stop messages
b-node broadcasts, 1012-1015
boot files, backup and restore, 637-638
Boot Indicator field, 1192
Boot Information Negotiation Layer (BINL), 128
boot logging, 1260, 1423-1424
boot passwords, 869
boot protection for portable computers, 869
boot sectors
   components, 1200
   FAT16, 1201-1204
   FAT32, 1204-1208
   GPT disks, 1219
   MBR disks, 1198-1211
   NTFS, 1208-1211
   protecting, 1211
   replacing, 1184-1186
   startup processes, 1199-1200
   viruses, 1178-1181
boot volumes, 513, 516
bootcfg command, 1409
Bootcfg.exe (Boot.ini Configuration Editor), 1274, 1423
Boot.ini
   ARC paths, 1268
   editing, 1274
   multi() syntax, 1269
   Ntbootdd.sys, 1271
   parameters and options, 1271-1273
   replacing damaged, 1275-1276
   scsi() syntax, 1269
   signature() syntax, 1270
   troubleshooting startup, 1267-1276
Boot.ini Configuration Editor (Bootcfg.exe), 1274, 1423
BPB (BIOS parameter block), 1198
broadband connections, 1039
broadcasting presentations over intranets, 452-454
browsing roles, 898-902
BSOD. See Stop messages
BSS (basic service set), 324
built-in language support, 141-142
built-in security principals
   list of, 714-716
   overview, 709, 714

C
CA (certification authorities), 794-795
cable modems, 1034
cache memory, 604
Cacls.exe, 732
CA-issued certificates, 796-797
call stacks, 1317
Callback, 1042-1044
cameras, configuring, 412
capturing on-screen error messages, 1122
CardBus, 385
cd command, 1409
CDFS (Compact Disc File System), 446, 618-619
certificate authentication, 1061-1063
Certificate Export Wizard, 807
Certificate Import Wizard, 808
certificate templates, 794
certificates
   CA-issued, 796
   EFS overview, 792-793
   enterprise certification authority, using to issue, 794-795
   exporting, 806-809
   generating new, 795
   importing, 806-809
   obtaining in stand-alone environments, 794
   renewing, 795-796
   replacing self-signed with CA-issued, 796-797
   requesting from CAs, 795
   security, 811-818
   self-signed, 796
   storage, 811
   viewing using Certificates snap-in, 793
Certificates snap-in
   requesting certificates from CAs, 795
   viewing certificates, 793
certification authorities (CA), 794-795
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP), 1060
Change Drive Letter and Paths command. See Disk Management snap-in
change journals
   cleanup operations on Windows NT 4.0 volumes, 602
   NTFS compatibility with Windows NT 4.0, 601
   overview, 587
CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol), 1060
chdir command, 1409
check disk. See Chkdsk.exe
Check Upgrade Only mode, 18-19
chkdsk command, 1410
Chkdsk.exe
   Autochk.exe, 1155-1158
   converting FAT volumes to NTFS, 590
   duration of run, 1161
   examples, 1153
   file system repair, 1150-1153
   mission-critical computers, 1160
   NTFS volumes, 1153-1155, 1158-1160
   overview, 1149-1150, 1462
   parameters, 1152-1153
   read-only mode, 1150, 1161
   recovering lost clusters on FAT volumes, 1161-1162
   repair process, 1154-1155
   running at startup, 1155-1156
   running from My Computer or Windows Explorer, 1162
   shortening duration of, 1158-1160
   syntax, 1152
Chkntfs.exe
   Autochk.exe, 1155-1158
   parameters, 1156-1158
   syntax, 1156
   volumes, checking if dirty, 1150
CHS fields, 1193-1194
cipher command
   determining encryption status, 784
   file and folder encryption, 781-782
   generating new certificates, 795
   generating recovery agent certificates, 806
   requesting CA-issued file encryption certificates, 796
CIW (Client Installation Wizard), 83-86
Classic security model, 738
clean installations compared with upgrading, 38-39
Cleanmgr.exe (Disk Cleanup), 1370, 1463
cleanup operations on Windows NT 4.0 volumes, 601-602
ClickLock, 1555
Client for NFS, 1566
Client Installation Wizard (CIW), 83-86
Client (Respond Only) policy, 852
Client Service for NetWare
   deployment planning, 27
   interoperability, 1569
   print servers, 473
client side caching (CSC), 255
clients
   See also connections; networking
   configuring DHCP, 974
   configuring dynamic update for DHCP, 1003-1004
   connecting to Windows networks, 883
   deployment administration and configuration strategies, 30-37
   deployment connectivity strategies, 24-27
   desktop management strategies, 22-24
   dynamic update, 1005-1006
   installation methods, 40-41
   IPX protocols, 26-27
   multihomed, 1005-1006
   Novell Client, 27, 473
   portable computer configurations, 23-24
   preferred configurations, 21
   printing processes, 488
   remote access, 1004
   Remote Desktop, 339-340, 344-346
   restarting DHCP, 974
   security strategies for deployment, 27-30
   statically configured, 1004
   TCP/IP networks, 25-26
client/server telephony
   configuring support, 1106-1107
   overview, 1089-1090
cloning, 58
cls command, 1410
clusters
   maximum number on FAT16 volumes, 557
   maximum number on NTFS volumes, 555
   minimum number on FAT32 volumes, 556
   recovering lost, 1161-1162
   remapping, 604
   sizes, 553-555, 596-597
CMAK (Connection Manager Administration Kit), 1048
Cmdlines.txt
   installing MUI Pack using, 167
   planning service pack deployments, 190
   using, 101-102
CMOS problems, 1187-1188
code pages, 144-145
codecs, 450
cognitive disabilities, 1557-1559
cold docking and undocking, 291
command-line disk management, 538-543
command-line tools
   See also tools
   Apmstat.exe, 295
   Boot.ini Configuration Editor (Bootcfg.exe), 1274, 1423
   Cacls.exe, 732
   Change Drive Letter and Paths. See Disk Management snap-in
   Chkdsk.exe. See Chkdsk.exe
   Chkntfs.exe. See Chkntfs.exe
   cipher. See cipher command
   Compact.exe, 572-573
   Convert.exe. See Convert.exe
   copy command, 790, 792
   Defrag.exe. See Defrag.exe
   dir, 728
   DiskPart. See DiskPart
   Driver Query (Driverquery.exe), 1470-1472
   Event Query (Eventquery.vbs), 1430
   Event Triggers (Eventtriggers.exe), 1430
   Fdisk /mbr, 1181
   file system, list of, 620
   format command, 554
   Fsutil.exe. See Fsutil.exe
   Ftonline.exe, 521
   GetMac (Getmac.exe), 1475
   Group Policy Results (Gpresult.exe), 1251, 1432
   Group Policy Update (Gpupdate.exe), 1432
   Help, viewing, 1382
   IP Config (Ipconfig.exe), 934-935, 960, 1476
   Kernel Debugger (Kd.exe), 1335, 1433
   Ksetup, 671-673
   logging output, 1382
   mountvol, 535
   msiexec.exe, 167
   NetBT Statistics (Nbtstat.exe), 1477
   Netsh, 935-938, 1477
   Netstat.exe, 835, 1477
   Network Connectivity Tester (Netdiag.exe), 919, 1478
   Network Monitor Capture Utility (Netcap.exe), 1478
   Nltest.exe, 916-917
   Openfiles (Openfiles.exe), 1434
   overview, 1380
   PathPing (Pathping.exe), 960-962, 1479-1480
   Ping (Ping.exe), 934-935, 960-962
   Portqry.exe, 836
   Process and Thread Status (Pstat.exe), 1434
   Remove Disk. See Disk Management snap-in
   Rescan Disks, 1175
   RunAs, 662-664, 1439
   SC (Sc.exe). See SC (Sc.exe)
   Secedit.exe, 747, 763-764
   starting, 1382-1383
   syskey, 813-815
   System File Checker (Sfc.exe), 1473
   Systeminfo (Systeminfo.exe), 1445
   Task Kill (Tskill.exe), 1448
   Task List (Tasklist.exe), 1449
   TCP/IP troubleshooting, 959-964
   Whoami, 718-719
   xcopy command, 790, 792
Compact Disc File System (CDFS), 446, 618-619
Compact.exe, 572-573
compatibility
   ACPI BIOS, 292-293
   APM BIOS, 294-295
   applications, 14-18
   file systems, 33-34
   Group Policy and System Policy, 906
   HAL, 120
   hardware, 11-14
   HCL. See HCL (Hardware Compatibility List)
   localized versions of Office XP, 175
   MUI Pack, 175
   multilingual application overview, 174
   multilingual applications, determining compatibility, 172-173
   multiple languages with Active Directory objects, clients, and domain controllers, 174-175
   multiple languages with Office XP and Windows XP Professional, 175-176
   multiple operating systems, 43-44
   multiple-booting, 33-34
   NTFS and Windows NT 4.0, 600-601
   portable computer BIOS, 286
   Program Compatibility Wizard, 1435-1436
   troubleshooting multilingual applications, 178-179
   Windows NT 4.0 domain environments, 893
compatible IDs, 372-373
compatible matches, 372-373
Compatible (Compatws.inf) security templates, 743
complete memory dump files, 1327, 1330
Complex Script and Right-to-Left Language Collection
   disk space requirements, 150
   display problems, 176
   installing, 154
   language group IDs, 141-142
Compmgmt.msc (Computer Management snap-in), 1452-1453
Compressed (zipped) Folders feature, 577
compressing files or folders. See file compression
Computer Browser service, 898-902
computer local security groups
   Administrators group, 710
   Backup Operators group, 711
   built-in, 709-713
   Guests group, 711
   HelpServicesGroup, 711
   Network Configuration Operators group, 711
   overview, 708
   Power Users group, 711-712
   Remote Desktop Users group, 712
   Replicator group, 712
   Users group, 712-713
Computer Management snap-in (Compmgmt.msc), 1452-1453
conferencing. See telephony and conferencing
configuring
   802.11 security with 802.1x, 877
   802.11 security with WEP, 875
   accessibility features, 1539-1540
   alternate IP addresses, 979-980
   animation in Internet Explorer, 444
   APIPA, 974-976
   APM BIOS, 296
   audio performance options, 443
   battery monitoring and management, 300-301
   caching, 999-1000
   CD and DVD playback options, 443-444
   communications resources, 410-411
   data recovery policy, 805-806
   desktops for multilingual deployments, 154
   device settings, 401-402
   DHCP, 972-974
   digital media devices, 444-445
   display resolution and appearance, 407
   displays, 404-408
   DNS overview, 982-984
   drives to record CDs, 444
   dynamic update, 1003-1007
   fax services, 500-502
   files on network shares for offline use, 310-311
   hibernation, 297
   home networks, 1051-1054
   ICMP Router Discovery, 941-942
   ICS computers, 1069-1074
   IP addresses manually, 976-977
   lid switches, 301
   localized content for multilingual deployments, 156
   modems, 1096-1104
   MUI Pack user interface language, 156
   multiple IP addresses on network adapters, 977-979
   multiple monitors, 409
   name resolution settings when DNS is used, 982
   NetBIOS name resolution, 1007-1017
   Offline Files for portable computers, 309-317
   partitions, 34
   permissions for file system directories, 752
   power buttons, 301
   power management, 291, 407
   power schemes, 296-297
   preferred playback and recording devices, 442
   protocol binding order, 896-897
   refresh intervals using Group Policy, 298-299
   regional and language options for multilingual deployments, 154-156
   regional and language support for user accounts, 155-156
   registry settings for TCP/IP security, 840-843
   remote access connections, 1041
   roaming user profiles, 303-308
   scanners and cameras, 412
   security for 802.11 wireless network connectivity, 874-877
   servers for broadcasting presentations, 453
   shared folder permissions, 266-268
   sleep buttons, 301
   sound events and sound schemes, 442
   sounds in Internet Explorer, 444
   standby mode, 298
   subnet prioritization, 1000-1002
   synchronization for Offline Files, 260, 311-312
   System Restore for use with EFS, 804
   System Restore using Control Panel, 1396
   System Restore using custom scripts, 1398
   System Restore using Group Policy, 1396
   System Restore using Regedit.exe (registry editor), 1398
   TCP/IP. See TCP/IP
   telephony and conferencing. See configuring telephony and conferencing
   videos in Internet Explorer, 444
   WINS, 1011-1012
configuring telephony and conferencing
   client/server telephony support, 1106-1107
   default dialing location, 1099
   directory services, 1109
   H.323 gatekeepers, 1109
   H.323 gateways, 1107-1108
   H.323 proxy addresses, 1108
   ISDN support, 1104-1106
   location information, 1098
   modem configuration overview, 1096
   modem properties, 1100-1104
   overview, 1096
   Phone and Modem Options, 1097
   TAPI IP telephony, 1107-1109
Connection Manager, 1047-1048
Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK), 1048
Connection Point Services (CPS), 1048
connections
   See also clients; networking
   accessing network resources, 1049
   advanced settings, 1045
   authentication, 1058-1064
   Autodial, 1042
   Callback, 1042-1044
   choosing types, 1037-1040
   clients to Windows networks, 883
   configuring advanced settings, 1041
   configuring home networks, 1051-1054
   Connection Manager, 1047-1048
   data encryption, 1064-1065
   defined, 1035-1036
   Device Manager, 1076
   dial-up, 1038
   dial-up preferences, 1042-1044
   dynamic multiple device dialing, 1044
   Group Policy, 907-913, 1040
   ICF, 844-846, 1074-1075
   ICS. See ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)
   incoming, 1035, 1049-1051
   Internet, 1025, 1038-1039
   IPSec, 855
   list of types, 1025-1026
   local. See local connections
   modem diagnostics, 1076
   modem logging, 1076
   network identification, 1045
   operator-assisted dialing, 1042
   optional networking components, 1046
   outgoing, 1036-1037
   overview, 1023-1025
   PPP logging, 1075-1076
   remote access. See remote access connections
   remote network security, 1057-1065
   security, 1063
   slow-link, 313-315
   troubleshooting Internet access configuration problems, 1083-1084
   troubleshooting local area configuration problems, 1077
   troubleshooting remote access configuration problems, 1077-1082
   troubleshooting tools, list of, 1075
   VPN, list of types, 1028-1030
connection-specific domain names, 986
consistency, 165
consoles, 340
Control Panel
   Add or Remove Programs, 1401
   configuring accessibility features, 1539
   configuring System Restore, 1396
   editing Boot.ini, 1274
   Phone and Modem Options, 1097
   shortcut keys for accessibility, 1551
   Stored User Names and Passwords, 677-679
   User Accounts, 676
controlled ports, 877
Convert to Basic Disk command. See Disk Management snap-in
Convert to Dynamic Disk command. See Disk Management snap-in
Convert to GPT Disk command. See Disk Management snap-in
Convert to MBR Disk command. See Disk Management snap-in
Convert.exe
   converting FAT volumes to NTFS, 590-591
   converting volumes in use, 592-593
   parameters, 591
   safeguarding data, 594-595
   syntax, 591
converting
   basic disks to dynamic disks, 513-519
   FAT32 to NTFS automatically, 99
   file systems, 32, 588-595
   GPT disks to MBR disks, 533
   MBR disks to GPT disks, 533
   partition styles, 513, 533
   short file names to long, 99
   storage types, 518
   volumes to NTFS, 588-595
copy backups, 627
copy command, 790, 792, 1410
copying files or folders
   between FAT and NTFS volumes, 576
   compression effects on, 573-576
   data stream effects on, 586
   disk quota effects on, 564
   sparse file effects on, 584
copyright protection for DVDs, 435
corporate management features, 1521
corporate security. See security
country codes, specifying, 163
CPS (Connection Point Services), 1048
crashes. See Stop messages
Creator Group built-in security principal, 715
Creator Owner built-in security principal, 715
credentials
   blank password restrictions, 675
   managing, 674-685
   overview, 656
   password management, 676-681
   smart cards, 681-683
   Stored User Names and Passwords, 677-679
credentials cache, 670
CryptoAPI, 771
cryptographic service provider (CSP), 771
cryptographic shared keys, 682
CSC (client side caching), 255
CSP (cryptographic service provider), 771
customizing
   computers for accessibility, 1536-1539
   desktops for accessibility, 1538
   fonts, 1544
   installations. See automating installations
   IPSec policies, 852
   language options, 95-97
   mouse pointers, 1546
   Recovery Console, 1404-1405
   regional options, 95-97
   RIS installations, 82-86
   Sysprep installations, 76-81
   unattended installations, 71-76
cvtarea parameter, 594

D
DACL (discretionary access control list), 725, 871
daily backups, 627
data decryption field (DDF), 775
data encryption, 1064-1065
Data Link Control (DLC) printing, 464
Data Protection API (DPAPI), 772
data recovery agents. See DRA (data recovery agents)
data recovery field (DRF), 775
data streams, multiple, 584-586
data structures, NTFS, 605-609
databases
   dynamic disks, 510, 529
   local computer policy, 760-763
   Offline Files, 255-256
   security configuration, 760-763
DATA_BUS_ERROR Stop message, 1343-1344
DCC (Direct Cable Connection), 1032
DDF (data decryption field), 775
deaf impairments, 1556-1557
Debugging Tools
   Dr. Watson (DrWtsn32.exe), 1260, 1428-1429
   installing, 1316, 1380
   Kernel Debugger (Kd.exe), 1335, 1433
   using, 1334-1335
   WinDbg Debugger (Windbg.exe), 1335, 1433
decoding hardware, 437
decompressing files. See file compression
decryption. See encryption
Default Domain Group Policy object (GPO), 686
default user accounts. See user accounts
Defrag.exe
   before using, 1164
   compared with Disk Defragmenter snap-in, 1166
   files that cannot be defragmented, 1167-1169
   NTFS volumes, 595-596
   optimizing NTFS performance, 598
   optimizing startup times, 1167
   overview, 1163-1164, 1463
   tips for using, 1166
defragmenting tools. See Defrag.exe
del or delete command, 1411
delegating Group Policy, 749
denial-of-service attacks, 838
Dependency Walker (Depends.exe), 1425
deploying
   See also installing
   Connection Manager, 1047-1048
   planning. See deployment planning
   Remote Desktop, 342
   Support Tools, 185-186
deployment planning
   accessibility, 36-37
   Active Directory, 7-8
   application compatibility, 14-18
   applications to install, 36
   authentication strategies, 27-28
   authorization strategies, 28-30
   BIOS checking, 12
   Check Upgrade Only mode, 18-19
   clean installations vs. upgrading, 38-39
   client administration and configuration strategies, 30-37
   client connectivity strategies, 24-27
   Client Service for NetWare, 27
   configuration, assessing current, 11
   defining project scope and objectives, 4
   deployments, 5-6
   desktop management strategies, 22-24
   disk partitions, 34-35
   disk space requirements for multilingual support, 150-151
   Dynamic Update, 44-46
   encryption, 30
   environment, assessing current, 5
   file systems, 31-34
   Group Policy, 29-30
   hardware devices, 31
   hardware requirements and compatibility, 11-14
   hardware requirements for multilingual support, 149-151
   installation methods, 40-41
   installations, planning, 37-47
   IPX protocols, 26-27
   language and regional requirements for multilingual deployments, 148-149
   mapping Windows XP Professional to business needs, 7-11
   Microsoft Services for NetWare, 27
   multilingual options, 30-31, 148
   multiple operating systems, 41-44
   network infrastructure, 20-21
   Novell Client, 27
   NWLink, 27
   overview, 3-6
   portable computer configurations, 23-24
   preferred client configurations, 21
   regional builds for multilingual deployments, 153
   roaming user needs for multilingual deployments, 151
   security groups, 28-29
   security strategies, 27-30
   service pack deployments, 188-191
   single global image for multilingual deployments, 152
   specialized hardware needs for multilingual support, 151
   TCP/IP networks, 25-26
   Upgrade Report, 18-19
   upgrading from earlier Windows versions for multilingual deployments, 151
   upgrading vs. clean installations, 38-39
   USMT, 39
   WPA (Windows Product Activation), 46-47
desktop management
   Active Directory overview, 211-212
   administrative templates, 233-234
   administrative templates in Group Policy, 223-225
   assigning software to users and computers, 218-219
   computer settings in Group Policy, 217
   creating managed desktops, 240-241
   default security templates in Group Policy, 226
   default user configuration overview, 240
   deployment strategies, 22-24
   features, 10-11
   Folder Redirection using Group Policy, 229
   Folder Redirection using IntelliMirror, 215
   GPO overview, 220
   GPO processing order, 221
   Group Policy, using, 219-230
   Group Policy extensions, using, 222-229
   Group Policy-based software distribution, 217-219
   IEAK, 231
   implementing IntelliMirror, 212-214
   incremental security templates in Group Policy, 227
   IntelliMirror, using, 214-219
   IntelliMirror overview, 212
   Internet Explorer Maintenance extension to Group Policy, 229
   IPX for Novell NetWare, 239
   LGPO, 237-238
   linking GPOs to OUs in Active Directory, 213-214
   logon scripts in Windows NT 4.0, 230
   mobile users, 241-244
   multi-user desktops, 245-246
   My Documents redirection in Windows NT 4.0, 231
   new users, 244-245
   Novell environments, 238-239
   Offline Files using IntelliMirror, 215
   overview, 209
   publishing software for users, 218-219
   refreshing Group Policy from command line, 229-230
   replacing computers, 247
   roaming user profiles in IntelliMirror, 215
   roaming user profiles in Windows NT 4.0, 230
   RSoP snap-in in Group Policy, 222
   scripts in Group Policy, 228
   Security Settings extension to Group Policy, 225-227
   SNMP for UNIX environments, 238
   Software Installation extension to Group Policy, 227
   standard configuration overview, 240
   Synchronization Manager and IntelliMirror, 215
   System Policy in Windows NT 4.0, 231-236
   Telnet for UNIX environments, 238
   UNIX environments, 238
   user data, managing using IntelliMirror, 214-215
   user settings, managing using IntelliMirror, 216-217
   various network environments, 210-211
   without Active Directory, 230
   ZENworks, 239
detailed tracking events, 1492-1493
Device Driver Roll Back, 1246-1247, 1390-1391
Device Manager
   driver signing, 1471
   error codes, 1511-1518
   opening, 361
   overview, 361-364, 1425
   resource settings, 402
   rolling back drivers, 1246-1247, 1390-1391
   troubleshooting connections, 1076
   troubleshooting hardware, 416
   troubleshooting startup, 1285
   viewing hidden devices, 363
devices
   AGP bus, 385
   CardBus, 385
   configuring communications resources, 410-411
   configuring displays, 404-408
   configuring scanners and cameras, 412
   configuring settings, 401-402
   Device Manager. See Device Manager
   DFP monitors, 408
   digital audio, 388-389
   drivers. See drivers
   DVD. See DVD (digital video disc)
   EISA bus, 385
   HID, 386-387
   hot plugging, 368
   IEEE 1394 (Firewire), 382-384, 424-425, 1033
   installing, 397-400
   internal adapters, 386, 416-418
   ISA bus, 385
   managing, 357
   Mode Pruning, 407-408
   modems. See modems
   multiple monitors, 408-410
   network adapters. See network adapters
   PC Card, 385
   PCI bus, 384
   Plug and Play. See Plug and Play
   POST, 408
   power management. See power management
   Primary Display, 408
   Safely Remove Hardware application, 368-369
   SCSI bus, 385
   smart cards, 396-397, 681-683, 1062
   still image, 389-394
   surprise removal, 368
   troubleshooting hardware using Device Manager, 416
   USB. See USB (Universal Serial Bus)
   Video Capture, 395-396
   write caching policy, 368-369
Devmgmt.msc. See Device Manager
DFP (digital flat panel) monitors, 408
Dfrg.msc. See Disk Defragmenter snap-in
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
   choosing, 971
   configuring, 972-974
   configuring clients, 974
   configuring dynamic update, 1003-1004
   ICS, using with, 1067-1068
   lease process, 972-973
   lease renewals, 974
   overview, 969
   restarting clients, 974
Dialup built-in security principal, 715
dial-up connections, 1038
dial-up modems, 1027
differential backups, 627
digital audio devices, 388-389
digital flat panel (DFP) monitors, 408
digital media
   AC-3 audio, 433
   AGP, 441
   audio decoder, 434
   audio renderer, 434
   broadcasting presentations over intranets, 452-454
   checking sound card configurations, 455
   checking speaker connections, 456
   checking volumes, 455
   components overview, 428
   configuring audio performance options, 443
   configuring CD and DVD playback options, 443-444
   configuring devices, 444-445
   configuring drives to record CDs, 444
   configuring preferred playback and recording devices, 442
   configuring servers for broadcasting presentations, 453
   configuring sound events and sound schemes, 442
   configuring sounds, videos, and animation in Internet Explorer, 444
   configuring sounds and video overview, 442
   controlling bandwidth, 453
   data transmissions, managing, 453-454
   decoding hardware, 437
   devices, managing, 445
   DirectDraw, 435
   DirectX 8.1, 428-430
   DirectX Diagnostic Tool (Dxdiag.exe), 429, 1425-1428, 1471
   DirectX Graphics HAL with VPE, 436
   DirectX SDK, 430
   DirectX VA, 437
   DVD architecture, 431-437
   DVD copyright protection, 435
   DVD decoders, 436
   DVD formats, 430
   DVD kernel level, 434
   DVD Navigator, 433
   DVD overview, 430
   DVD region codes, 435
   DVD-ROM driver, 434
   dynamic Web pages, creating, 451
   enabling process throttling, 453
   external MIDI devices, 447
   GS Wavetable SW Synth, 447
   Help and Support, viewing information in, 445
   HTML+TIME, 451
   Intelligent Streaming, 450
   intelligent transmissions, 452
   internal sound cards, 447
   KS proxy, 434
   Microsoft Producer, 439
   MPEG-2, 433
   multi-datarate encoding, 452
   OpenGL, 429
   optimizing broadcasts, 452
   optimizing workstations, 441-445
   playing audio from MIDI devices, 446-447
   playing CDs, 445-446
   playing overview, 445
   recording, mixing, and editing audio, 448
   recording CDs, 448-449
   software synthesizer, 447
   sound cards, 437
   streaming content for Internet, creating, 449-450
   subpictures, 433
   third-party software DVD decoder, 434
   troubleshooting audio CDs, 459-460
   troubleshooting CD recordings, 460-462
   troubleshooting DVDs, 458
   troubleshooting MIDI files, 457-458
   troubleshooting overview, 454
   troubleshooting playback of WAV files, 456
   troubleshooting playing problems, 455-456
   UDF file system, 434
   video cards, 437
   video playback enhancement filter, 452
   VMR, 434
   VPM, 434
   WDM audio, 435
   WDM streaming class driver, 435
   Windows Media Encoder, 450
   Windows Media Player for Windows XP, 437-438
   Windows Media Technologies, 437-441
   Windows Media Technologies codecs, 450
   Windows Media Tools, 440
   Windows Movie Maker, 439
Digital Rights Management (DRM), 389
digital signatures, 370, 1468-1471
digital subscriber line (DSL), 1034
digital video disc. See DVD (digital video disc)
dir command, 728, 1411-1412
Direct Cable Connection (DCC), 1032
direct memory access (DMA) channels, 368
direct parallel cabling connections, 1033
DirectDraw, 435
directory services
   access events, 1510
   overview, 884
DirectInput, 428
DirectPlay, 428
DirectShow, 428
DirectSound Audio, hardware acceleration for, 403-404
DirectX 8.1, 428-430
DirectX Audio, 428
DirectX Diagnostic Tool (Dxdiag.exe), 429, 1425-1428, 1471
DirectX Graphics, 428
DirectX Graphics HAL with VPE, 436
DirectX SDK, 430
DirectX VA, 437
disabilities. See accessibility
disable command, 1412
disabling
   applications and processes temporarily, 1247-1255
   dynamic update, 1006
   EFS, 818-819
   hibernation mode, 297, 817
   Mode Pruning, 408
   NetBT, 1016-1017
   network adapters, 1252
   services temporarily, 1255-1262
   services using Recovery Console, 1264
   services using Services (Services.msc) snap-in, 1257
   services using System Configuration Utility (Msconfig.exe), 1256-1257
   startup programs for networked computers, 1251-1252
   startup programs manually, 1252-1255
   startup programs using Group Policy, 1249-1251
   startup programs using SHIFT key, 1248-1249
   startup programs using System Configuration Utility (Msconfig.exe), 1248
   system restarts after Stop errors, 1336
   write combining, 406
disaster recovery tools
   Add or Remove Programs, 1401
   ASR. See ASR (Automated System Recovery)
   backup and restore. See Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
   Device Driver Roll Back, 1246-1247, 1390-1391
   Last Known Good Configuration, 1243-1244, 1386-1387
   list of, 1384-1385
   NTBackup.exe. See Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
   overview, 1384
   Recovery Console. See Recovery Console
   safe mode, 1245, 1387-1390
   System Restore. See System Restore
discretionary access control list (DACL), 725, 871
discretionary access to securable objects, 702
disk and maintenance tools, 1461-1467
Disk Cleanup (Cleanmgr.exe), 1370, 1463
Disk Defragmenter snap-in
   before using, 1164
   compared with command-line tool, 1166
   files that cannot be defragmented, 1167-1169
   NTFS volumes, 595-596
   opening, 1165
   optimizing NTFS performance, 598
   optimizing startup times, 1167
   overview, 1163-1164, 1463
   running, 1164-1165
   tips for using, 1166
disk groups, 510, 531
disk imaging, 58
disk management
   adding new disks, 525-526
   basic disks. See basic disks
   basic volumes. See basic volumes
   command-line, 538-543
   converting partition styles, 513, 533
   converting storage types, 518
   dynamic disks. See dynamic disks
   dynamic volumes. See dynamic volumes
   enhancements, 504-505
   GPT disks. See GPT disks
   importing foreign disks, 529-531
   importing spanned or striped volumes, 531
   maintenance guidelines, 543
   MBR disks. See MBR disks
   moving disks, 526-529
   overview, 503-508
   partition styles, 507
   remote, 538-543
   storage types, 506-507
Disk Management snap-in
   Change Drive Letter and Paths command, 523
   cluster sizes, specifying, 554-555
   Convert to Basic Disk command, 518
   Convert to Dynamic Disk command, 518
   Convert to GPT Disk command, 533
   Convert to MBR Disk command, 533
   disk status descriptions, 1172-1175
   drive letters, 523, 531
   EISA Configuration partitions, 515
   Failed status, 1175
   Foreign status, 1173
   Healthy (At Risk) status, 1176
   Healthy (EISA Configuration), 1176
   Healthy status, 1172
   Healthy (Unknown Partition) status, 1176-1177
   identifying separate volumes, 514
   Import Foreign Disks command, 529
   importing foreign disks, 529-531
   Initialize Disk command, 526, 1173
   Missing status, 1173
   Not Initialized status, 1173
   OEM partitions, 1176
   Offline status, 1173-1174
   Online (Errors) status, 1174
   Online status, 1172
   opening, 505, 1172
   overview, 505, 1464
   Reactivate Disk command, 1173-1174, 1176
   remote disk management, 538-543
   Remove Disk command, 529, 1174
   removing disks from dynamic disk databases, 529
   Rescan Disks command, 1175
   starting, 1172
   Unknown status, 1177
   Unreadable status, 1174
   volume status descriptions, 1175-1177
disk quotas
   Administrators group, 567
   auditing disk space use, 569
   cleanup operations on Windows NT 4.0 volumes, 601
   deleting quota entries, 568
   enabling, 564-565
   exceeding limits, 567
   implementations, 569
   increasing quotas for individual users, 566-567
   limits, 566
   local implementations, 569
   multiple boot configurations, 570
   NTFS compatibility with Windows NT 4.0, 601
   overview, 563-564
   Quota Entries window, 566
   remote implementations, 569
   states, 565
   warning levels, 566
   WMI to script, using, 570-571
disk sectors, GPT disks
   boot sectors, 1219
   critical for startup, 1211
   GPT headers, 1214-1216
   GUID partition entry arrays, 1216-1219
   Protective MBR, 1212-1213
disk sectors, MBR disks
   Boot Indicator field, 1192
   boot sectors, 1198-1211
   CHS fields, 1193-1194
   critical for startup, 1189
   EBR, 1195-1197
   master boot code, 1189-1190
   MBR on basic disks, 1189-1197
   MBR on dynamic disks, 1197-1198
   partition table on basic disks, 1190-1192
   Relative Sectors field, 1194
   System ID field, 1192-1193
   Total Sectors field, 1194
disk storage
   basic disks. See basic disks
   dynamic disks. See dynamic disks
   list of types, 506-507
disk troubleshooting
   ASR tool, 1169-1170
   Autochk.exe, 1155-1158
   boot sector viruses, 1178-1181
   cables and connectors, 1188
   Chkdsk.exe. See Chkdsk.exe
   Chkntfs.exe. See Chkntfs.exe
   CMOS problems, 1187-1188
   Disk Defragmenter tools. See Defrag.exe
   Disk Management snap-in. See Disk Management snap-in
   disk sectors critical for startup, 1188
   disk status descriptions, 1172-1175
   DiskProbe, 1170-1171, 1184
   Dmdiag.exe, 1171
   enhancements, 1148
   maintenance guidelines for virus avoidance, 1179-1180
   MBR viruses, 1177-1181
   overview, 1147
   Recovery Console, 1169
   Stop messages, 1186-1187
diskmgmt.msc. See Disk Management snap-in
DiskPart
   converting basic disks to dynamic disks, 513
   drive letters, 523
   extend command, 509
   list volume command, 514
   overview, 538-539, 1464
   retain command, 517-518
   scripts, 539-543
diskpart command, 1412
DiskProbe, 1170-1171, 1184
disks
   adding new, 526
   basic. See basic disks
   check. See Chkdsk.exe
   dynamic. See dynamic disks
   GPT. See GPT disks
   importing foreign, 529-531
   managing. See disk management
   MBR. See MBR disks
   moving, 526-529
   status. See Disk Management snap-in
   troubleshooting. See disk troubleshooting
display drivers, 405
distributed link tracking, 581-582
Distributed Link Tracking Client service, 581
Distributed Link Tracking Server service, 581
distribution folders
   overview, 64
   Setup Manager (Setupmgr.exe), 68
   structure, 64-67
DLC (Data Link Control) printing, 464
DMA (direct memory access) channels, 368
Dmdiag.exe, 1171
DNS (Domain Name System)
   Active Directory domains, 892-893
   adding suffixes to queries, 991-993
   caching, 999-1002
   configuring name resolution settings, 982
   configuring overview, 982-984
   host names and NetBIOS names, 984-987
   naming restrictions, 987-988
   overview, 970
   primary DNS suffixes, 985
   query process, 988
   querying servers, 993-999
   registration, 840
   server search order, 998
   specifying servers, 993
   troubleshooting name resolution, 1019-1021
docking portable computers, 290-291
domain environments, nesting groups in, 720
domain local security groups, 709, 714
Domain Name System. See DNS (Domain Name System)
domains
   confirming membership, 915-917
   manually joining, 914
   nesting groups, 720
   overview, 888
DPAPI (Data Protection API), 772
Dr. Watson (DrWtsn32.exe), 1260, 1428-1429
DRA (data recovery agents)
   configuring data recovery policy, 805-806
   considerations, 803-804
   decryption process, 805
   designating, 806
   exporting and importing certificates and private keys, 806-809
   overview, 802-803
   removing, 806
DRF (data recovery field), 775
drive letters
   assigning for imported dynamic volumes, 531
   assigning methods of Setup, 522
   assigning to removable disks during Setup, 523
   changing, 523
   system or boot volumes, changing, 524
drive paths, 578-579
Driver Query (Driverquery.exe), 1470-1472
Driver Signature Checking, 1470
Driver.cab, 375-376, 473
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Stop message, 1361
DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE Stop message, 1356-1357
Driverquery.exe (Driver Query), 1470-1472
drivers
   Afd.sys, 842
   display, 405
   Driver.cab, 375-376, 473
   EFS, 771
   enterprise-wide updates, 373
   installing, 399
   known problem drivers database, 374
   overview, 370
   PostScript, 481
   printer, 480-481, 489, 748
   ranking, 373
   search policy, 375
   signing, 91, 370-371, 1468-1471
   troubleshooting startup, 1246-1247
   Universal, 480
   Windows Driver Protection, 374-375
   Windows Update, 371-373
DRIVER_UNLOADED_WITHOUT_CANCELLING_PENDING_OPERATIONS Stop message, 1360-1361
DRIVER_USED_EXCESSIVE_PTES Stop message, 1362
DRM (Digital Rights Management), 389
DrWtsn32.exe (Dr. Watson), 1260, 1428-1429
DSL (digital subscriber line), 1034
DVD (digital video disc)
   AC-3 audio, 433
   architecture, 431-437
   audio decoder, 434
   audio renderer, 434
   copyright protection, 435
   decoders, 436
   decoding hardware, 437
   DirectDraw, 435
   DirectX Graphics HAL with VPE, 436
   DirectX VA, 437
   formats, 430
   kernel level, 434
   KS proxy, 434
   MPEG-2, 433
   overview, 387-388, 430
   region codes, 435
   sound cards, 437
   subpictures, 433
   third-party software decoder, 434
   troubleshooting, 458
   UDF file system, 434
   video cards, 437
   VMR, 434
   VPM, 434
   WDM audio, 435
   WDM streaming class driver, 435
DVD Navigator, 433
DVD-ROM driver, 434
Dvorak keyboards, 1548
Dxdiag.exe (DirectX Diagnostic Tool), 429, 1425-1428, 1471
dynamic backlog, 842
dynamic device configuration, 290
dynamic disks
   access restrictions, 515
   converting from basic disks, 513-519
   databases, 510, 529
   disk groups, 510, 531
   GPT disk partition requirements, 533
   importing foreign disks, 529-531
   installing Windows XP Professional, 524
   MBR, 1197-1198
   moving, 526-529
   overview, 507, 510
   portable computers, 519
   Recovery Console limitations, 1402
   status descriptions, 1173-1175
   Windows XP Home Edition, not supported in, 519
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. See DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Dynamic Update
   automating installations, 52-54
   deployment planning, 44-46
   overview, 182
   Unattend.txt, 54
   Windows Update Corporate Web site, 45
dynamic update
   clients, 1005-1006
   configuring, 1003-1007
   disabling, 1006
dynamic volumes
   creating during Setup, 524
   deleting during Setup, 525
   extending, 511, 516
   formatting options, 518
   maximum per disk group, 511
   mirrored volumes, 512, 531
   overview, 507, 511
   RAID-5 volumes, 512
   simple volumes, 511
   spanned volumes, 511, 531
   status descriptions, 1175-1177
   striped volumes, 512, 531

E
EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol)
   802.1x standard, 329
   overview, 1061
EAP-MD5, 330
EAP-TLS, 329
East Asian Language Collection
   disk space requirements, 150
   display problems, 176
   installing, 154
   language group IDs, 141-142
EBR (extended boot record), 1195-1197
effective permissions, 561, 723
EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface)
   GPT disk boot sectors, 1219
   GPT disk sectors, 1212
   overview, 531
   Protective MBR, 1212-1213
EFI System partitions, 535
EFS driver, 771
EFS (Encrypting File System)
   See also encryption
   3DES encryption algorithm, 771, 815-816
   architecture, 770
   benefits, 768
   certificates, 792-797
   clearing paging files at shutdown, 818
   components, 770-772
   configuring data recovery policy, 805-806
   CryptoAPI, 771
   CSP, 771
   decryption overview, 772
   decryption process, 777-778
   deployment strategies, 30
   determining encryption status, 783-784
   disabling, 818-819
   DPAPI, 772
   DRA. See DRA (data recovery agents)
   driver, 771
   enabling options on shortcut menu, 782-783
   encrypted file structure, 774-775
   encryption overview, 772-778
   encryption process, 775-776
   enterprise certification authority, using to issue certificates, 794-795
   error messages, 826
   exporting certificates and private keys, 806-809
   file and folder encryption overview, 773
   file and folder encryption using cipher command, 781-782
   file and folder encryption using My Computer, 779-781
   FSRTL, 772, 817
   hibernation mode, 817
   implementation tips, 820-821
   importing certificates and private keys, 806-809
   local file operations, 788-789
   multiple operating systems, 44
   multi-user access to encrypted files, 797-801
   Offline Files, 257-258, 773, 783
   open encrypted files, increasing security, 817-818
   overview, 562-563, 767-769
   portable computers, 871
   recovery precautions, 801-810
   remote operations in file share environments, 785-790
   remote operations in Web folder environments, 790-792
   remote operations overview, 784-785
   sharing files, 799-801
   system file encryption, 773
   troubleshooting, 822-826
   virus checking files, 825
   Web folders (WebDAV), 790-792
   Win32 API, 772
EFS service, 770
EISA bus, 385
EISA Configuration partitions
   converting to dynamic volumes, 515
   OEM partitions, 1176
Eject PC command, 317
Emergency Repair Disk. See ASR (Automated System Recovery)
EMF (Enhanced Metafile), 494
enable command, 1413
enable compression option, 557
enabling
   3DES, 815-816
   APM, 295
   auditing policies, 755-758
   automatic connection during scheduled synchronization, 313
   boot logging, 1423
   compression, 571-578
   devices to wake computers from hibernation or standby, 301
   disk quotas, 564-565
   encryption. See EFS (Encrypting File System)
   IP address assignments, 970-980
   Mode Pruning, 407
   Remote Desktop, 342-343
   startup key protection, 813-815
   Stop message Event Log reporting, 1336
Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP), 848
encrypted files
   backup and restore, 648, 809
   encryption using cipher command, 781-782
   encryption using My Computer, 779-781
   increasing security for open, 817-818
   multi-user access, 797-801
   NTFS, 563
   structure, 774-775
   troubleshooting, 822-825
Encrypting File System. See EFS (Encrypting File System)
encryption
   See also EFS (Encrypting File System)
   802.11, 327-328
   cleanup operations on Windows NT 4.0 volumes, 602
   configuring data recovery policy, 805-806
   deployment strategies, 30
   determining status, 783-784
   DRA. See DRA (data recovery agents)
   files and folders, 773, 779-782
   multi-user access to encrypted files, 797-801
   NTFS, 562-563
   NTFS compatibility with Windows NT 4.0, 601
   Offline Files, 257-258, 316, 773, 783
   process, 775-776
   recovery precautions, 801-810
   remote, 786-788, 791-792
   Remote Desktop, 350-352
   sharing files, 799-801
   system files, 773
   virus checking files, 825
Ending Cylinder, Head, and Sector fields, 1193-1194
Enhanced Metafile (EMF), 494
enhancements
   See also features; new features
   backup and restore, 626
   disk management, 504-505
   faxing, 464
   file systems, 548-549
   networking, 884-885
   portable computers, 284-286
   printing, 464
   Setup, 182-183
   troubleshooting disks and file systems, 1148
enterprise certification authorities (CA), 794-795
Enterprise Domain Controllers built-in security principal, 716
error codes, Device Manager, 1511-1518
error messages. See Stop messages
Error Reporting service
   analyzing Stop errors, 1331-1332
   overview, 1429-1430
   troubleshooting startup, 1259
escape codes, 490-491
ESP (Encapsulating Security Payload), 848
ESS (extended service set), 324
Ethernet, 1030
Event Log, Stop message reporting, 1336
event messages, security. See security event messages
Event Query (Eventquery.vbs), 1430
Event Triggers (Eventtriggers.exe), 1430
Event Viewer
   Application log, 758, 1430
   overview, 758-759
   Security log, 758, 1430
   System log, 758, 1430
   troubleshooting networking, 917-919
   troubleshooting startup, 1262
Eventquery.vbs (Event Query), 1430
events
   account logon, 1507-1510
   detailed tracking, 1492-1493
   directory service access, 1510
   logon, 1484-1489, 1507-1510
   object access, 1490-1491
   policy change, 1494-1497
   privilege use, 1491-1492
   user management, 1498-1507
Eventtriggers.exe (Event Triggers), 1430
Eventvwr.msc. See Event Viewer
Everyone built-in security principal, 715
Everyone permissions, 736
exceeding disk quota limits, 567
exceptions defined, 1317
exit command, 1413
expand command, 1302, 1413
exporting EFS and DRA certificates and private keys, 806-809
$Extend, 589
extended boot record (EBR), 1195-1197
extended partition tables, 1195-1197
extended partitions
   creating during Setup, 522-524
   extending, 509
   extending using Sysprep.exe, 122-125
   GPT disks, 509
   maximum per disk, 509
extended service set (ESS), 324
extending
   basic volumes, 509
   dynamic volumes, 511, 516
Extensible Authentication Protocol. See EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol)
Extensible Firmware Interface. See EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface)
external MIDI devices, 447
extracting files from operating system CD, 1300-1302


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