Training
Certifications
Books
Special Offers
Community




 
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
Price(USD) $59.99
To see this book's discounted price, select a reseller below.
 

More Information

About the Book
Table of Contents
Sample Chapter
Index
Related Series
Related Books
About the Author

Support: Book & CD

Rate this book
Barnes Noble Amazon Quantum Books

 

Index continued


F
Factory Mode, 79-81, 117
Failed status, 1175
fast network logon, 305
Fast User Switching, 1537
FAT (file allocation table)
   compared with NTFS, 33
   comparing file systems, 610-612
   converting volumes to NTFS, 590-591
   dynamic volumes, 518
   file names, 616-617
   overview, 610
   recovering lost clusters, 1161-1162
   size limitations, 555-557
   when to use, 552-553
FAT12
   overview, 610
   using, 613
   volume size, 555
FAT16
   advantages, 611
   attribute byte, 615
   boot sectors, 1201-1204
   cluster sizes, 554
   converting volumes to NTFS, 588-595
   disadvantages, 611
   FAT structure, 614
   folder structure, 614
   maximum file size, 557
   maximum files per volume, 557
   maximum volume sizes, 557
   overview, 612
   root folders, maximum entries, 613
FAT32
   advantages, 612
   automatically converting to NTFS, 99
   boot sectors, 1204-1208
   cluster sizes, 554
   converting volumes to NTFS, 590-591
   disadvantages, 612
   maximum volume sizes, 556
   overview, 615-616
Fax Configuration Wizard, 501
faxing
   See also printing
   adding fax services, 500
   configuring, 500-502
   Fax Configuration Wizard, 501
   overview, 499
   printing preferences, 501
   Send Fax Wizard, 501-502
FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface), 1030
Fdisk /mbr command, 1181
features
   backup and restore, 626
   corporate management, 1521
   file system, 1523
   networking, 1523
   NTFS volumes, 559
   Remote Desktop, 340-342
   security, 1522
   troubleshooting disks and file systems, 1148
   user interface, 1524
   Windows XP Professional compared with Windows XP Home Edition, 1519-1525
Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI), 1030
file allocation table. See FAT (file allocation table)
File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks, 839
file compression
   Compact.exe, 572-573
   Compressed (zipped) Folders feature, 577
   copying files or folders, 573-576
   moving files or folders, 573-576
   NTFS, 571-578
   optimizing NTFS performance, 598
   performance, 576-577
   setting, 572
file formats
   CDFS, 446
   UDF, 434
   Windows Media Player, 437
file names
   converting short to long, 99
   FAT, 616-617
   NTFS, 597, 609
   Windows XP Professional, 621-623
file permissions
   backup and restore, 630
   NTFS volumes, 559-562
File Services for Macintosh, 1571
File Signature Verification tool (Sigverif.exe), 1469
File System Run-Time Library (FSRTL), 772, 817
file systems
   ASR tool, 1169-1170
   Autochk.exe, 1155-1158
   boot sector viruses, 1178-1181
   Chkdsk.exe. See Chkdsk.exe
   Chkntfs.exe. See Chkntfs.exe
   cluster sizes, 553-555
   comparing FAT systems, 610-612
   comparing NTFS and FAT, 31
   compatibility, 33-34
   configuring permissions for directories, 752
   Convert.exe. See Convert.exe
   converting to NTFS, 32
   converting volumes to NTFS, 588-595
   deployment strategies, 31-34
   Disk Defragmenter tools. See Defrag.exe
   disk sectors critical for startup, 1188
   DiskProbe, 1170-1171, 1184
   Dmdiag.exe, 1171
   enhancements, 548-549
   FAT. See FAT (file allocation table)
   formatting volumes, 557-558
   maintenance guidelines for virus avoidance, 1179-1180
   MBR viruses, 1177-1181
   multiple operating systems and compatibility, 43-44
   NTFS and FAT compared, 33
   NTFS. See NTFS
   overview, 547-550
   Recovery Console, 1169
   repairing damaged MBRs, 1181-1186
   repairing using Chkdsk.exe, 1150-1153
   replacing boot sectors, 1184-1186
   size limitations, 555-557
   Stop messages, 1186-1187
   tools, list of, 620
   troubleshooting enhancements, 1148
   troubleshooting overview, 1147
   volume status descriptions, 1175-1177
   Windows XP Home Edition, 1523
files
   administrative template, 223-225, 233-234
   answer. See answer files
   boot, 637-638
   complete memory dump, 1327, 1330
   compression. See file compression
   configuring on network shares for offline use, 310-311
   copying. See copying files or folders
   default permissions, 728-731
   disabling EFS, 818
   downloading for Dynamic Update, 53
   encrypted. See encrypted files
   formats. See file formats
   fragmented, 1163-1169
   Hosts, 1007, 1019-1020
   kernel memory dump, 1326, 1329
   Lmhosts, 1012-1015, 1018
   local host table, 1007
   locked, 648
   managing. See managing files and folders
   memory dump, 1326-1335
   metadata. See metadata files on NTFS volumes
   moving. See moving files or folders
   names. See file names
   paging, 521, 818, 1168
   policy, 233-236
   sharing, 265-270
   sharing under Guest only security model, 738
   small memory dump, 1326, 1328-1329
   sparse, 582-584, 601-602
   startup, 1222, 1238, 1296
   symbol, 1334-1335
   system. See file systems
filter actions, 853
FilterKeys, 1552-1553, 1558
firewalls
   ICF, 844-846, 1074-1075
   Personal Firewall, 1522
Firewire (IEEE 1394)
   bus connectors and cables, 383
   data transfer rates, 383
   overview, 382, 1033
   Plug and Play support, 384
   troubleshooting bus devices, 424-425
firmware, troubleshooting, 1128-1132
fixboot command, 1414
fixmbr command, 1181, 1183, 1414-1415
Folder Redirection
   managing documents, 251-254
   managing users and desktops using Group Policy, 229
   overview, 250
   protecting user data in IntelliMirror, 215
   roaming user profiles, 251-252, 289, 306-308
   tools for configuring, 254
   troubleshooting, 274-276
folders
   compression states, setting, 572
   copying. See copying files or folders
   default permissions, 728-732
   disabling EFS, 819
   distribution, 64-68
   encrypted, 773, 809
   encryption using cipher command, 781-782
   encryption using My Computer, 779-781
   FAT16 structures, 614
   History, 271
   local disk, 1297
   managing. See managing files and folders
   moving. See moving files or folders
   My Documents folder, redirecting, 231, 251
   permissions, 559-562
   Printers and Faxes folder, 464
   redirection. See Folder Redirection
   root, 613
   selecting for redirection, 252-253
   Shared Documents, 270
   sharing under Guest only security model, 738
   structures for optimizing performance, 597
   System32, 1299-1300
   Web. See Web folders (WebDAV)
   Windows, 1298-1299
fonts, customizing for accessibility, 1544
ForceGuest, 268-269
Foreign status, 1173
format command, 554, 1415
formatting
   dynamic volumes by using FAT, 518
   GPT disks by using FAT, 533
   volumes, 557-558
FQDN (fully qualified domain names), 987
fragmented files, 1163-1169
Frame Relay, 1035
free pools, 646
FSRTL (File System Run-Time Library), 772, 817
Fsutil.exe
   commands related to disks and volumes, list of, 543
   fsutil behavior query mftzone, 608
   fsutil behavior set, 609
   fsutil behavior set disable8dot3, 597
   fsutil behavior set disablelastaccess, 600
   fsutil behavior set mftzone, 608
   fsutil dirty query, 1150, 1164
   fsutil file createnew, 594
   fsutil hardlink create, 580
   fsutil volume dismount, 589
   overview, 1465
Ftonline.exe, 521
fully qualified domain names (FQDN), 987

G
Gateway for NFS, 1567
GDI (Graphics Device Interface), 488-489
Generic Print Description (GPD), 480
Generic Security Service Application Program Interface (GSSAPI), 671
GetMac (Getmac.exe), 1475
Gflags.exe (Global Flags Editor), 1431
GINA (Graphical Identification and Authentication), 667
Global Flags Editor (Gflags.exe), 1431
global security groups, 709
GPD (Generic Print Description), 480
Gpedit.msc. See Group Policy
GPO (Group Policy object)
   Default Domain GPO, 686
   linking to OU, 213-214
   overview, 220
   permissions, 749
   processing order, 221
Gpresult.exe (Group Policy Results) tool, 1251, 1432
GPT disks
   boot sectors, 1219
   characteristics, 531
   compared with MBR disks, 531
   converting basic disks to dynamic disks, 519
   converting to MBR disks, 533
   disk sectors critical for startup, 1211
   EFI System partitions, 535
   GPT headers, 1214-1216
   GUID partition entry arrays, 1216-1219
   LDM Data partitions, 536
   managing, 531-538
   maximum volume size, 507
   moving, 527
   MSR partitions, 535
   OEM partitions, 537
   overview, 507
   partition structures, 1211
   primary partitions, 536
   Protective MBR, 1212-1213
   required partitions, 533-537
   unknown partitions, 537
GPT headers, 1214-1216
Gpupdate.exe (Group Policy Update), 1432
Graphical Identification and Authentication (GINA), 667
Graphics Device Interface (GDI), 488-489
Group Policy
   accessibility, 1536
   administrative templates, 223-225
   Classic security model, 738
   coexistence with System Policy, 904-906
   compared with System Policy, 231-232
   compatibility with System Policy, 906
   computer configuration settings, 217
   configuring connections, 1040
   configuring System Restore, 1396
   default security templates, 226
   delegating, 749
   deployment strategies, 29-30
   desktop management overview, 219
   disabling startup programs, 1249-1251
   extensions, list of, 222
   filtering snap-in views, 225
   Folder Redirection overview, 229
   GPO overview, 220
   GPO processing order, 221
   hiding power options, 302-303
   incremental security templates, 227
   IntelliMirror, 212-214
   Internet Explorer Maintenance extension, 229
   LGPO, 220, 237-238
   linking GPOs to OUs, 213-214
   local policies, 689-694
   Local Security Policy. See Local Security Policy
   managing files and folders, 250
   multilingual deployments, controlling desktops for, 158
   network connection settings, 907-913
   non-Group Policy settings, 225
   Offline Files, 262-264
   overview, 902-904
   password management, 676
   permissions on objects, 749
   refresh intervals configuration, 298-299
   refreshing from command line, 229-230
   Remote Desktop, 352-353
   restricted, creating, 753-754
   restricting access to Windows Update, 1467
   roaming user profiles, 304-305
   RSoP snap-in, 222
   scripts, 228
   security model selection, 737
   security options, 690-694
   Security Settings extension, 225-227
   software distribution, 217-219
   Software Installation extension, 218, 227
   standard desktop configurations, 240
   starting, 1431
   synchronizing Offline Files, 311
   troubleshooting, 924
   true policy settings, 224
   user configuration settings, 907
   user rights assignments, 689-690
Group Policy object. See GPO (Group Policy object)
Group Policy Results (Gpresult.exe) tool, 1251, 1432
Group Policy Update (Gpupdate.exe), 1432
groups
   Administrators, 567, 710, 727
   Backup Operators, 629, 711
   computer local security, 708-713
   domain local security, 709, 714
   global security, 709
   Guests, 711
   HelpServicesGroup, 711
   languages, 141-142
   nesting, 719-720
   Network Configuration Operators, 711
   Power Users, 711-712
   Remote Desktop Users, 343, 712
   Replicator, 712
   security. See security groups
   universal security, 709
   Users, 712-713, 734
GS Wavetable SW Synth, 447
GSSAPI (Generic Security Service Application Program Interface), 671
Guest accounts, 708, 737-739
Guests group, 711
GUI tools
   See also snap-ins; tools
   ASR. See ASR (Automated System Recovery)
   Backup Tool. See Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
   Cleanmgr.exe (Disk Cleanup), 1370, 1463
   Device Manager. See Device Manager
   Disk Cleanup (Cleanmgr.exe), 1370, 1463
   Global Flags Editor (Gflags.exe), 1431
   Multilingual Document Consultant, 176
   NTBackup.exe. See Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
   overview, 1380
   RunAs, 662-664, 1439
   starting, 1380
   System Configuration Utility. See System Configuration Utility (Msconfig.exe)
   System Information (Msinfo32.exe), 1261, 1285, 1445-1448, 1470
   System Restore. See System Restore
   Task Manager (Taskmgr.exe), 1253-1255, 1449
   WinDbg Debugger (Windbg.exe), 1335, 1433
   winver.exe, 1127
GUID partition entry arrays, 1216-1219

H
H.323
   gatekeepers, 1109
   gateway addresses, 1107
   gateway overview, 1088
   overview, 1088
   proxy addresses, 1108
   troubleshooting conferencing applications, 1112-1115
HAL (hardware abstraction layer)
   automated installations, 54, 90
   compatibility, 120
   defined, 1317
   Stop messages, 1349
   VPE, 436
half scan, 837
hang. See Stop messages
hard links, 580
hardware
   See also devices
   acceleration for graphics hardware, 405-406
   acceleration settings for digital audio, 403-404
   adding devices to installations, 31
   automated installations, 63-64, 88-95
   compatibility. See HCL (Hardware Compatibility List)
   deployment requirements and compatibility, 11-14
   deployment strategies, 31
   home network requirements, 1052-1053
   malfunction messages, 1368
   mass storage devices, 88-90
   multilingual support requirements, 149-151
   operating system configuration problem checking, 1284-1285
   portable computers, 287, 289-291, 868-869
   profiles, 289, 403
   simplifying configurations, 1284
   testing new or replacement, 1139
   troubleshooting startup overview, 1279-1283
hardware abstraction layer. See HAL (hardware abstraction layer)
Hardware Compatibility List. See HCL (Hardware Compatibility List)
Hardware Compatibility Tests, 13
hardware IDs, 372-373
hardware matches, 372-373
HARDWARE_INTERRUPT_STORM Stop message, 1364-1366
HCL (Hardware Compatibility List)
   deployment planning, 13
   Stop messages, 1324, 1373
   troubleshooting hardware, 1137-1139
Healthy (At Risk) status, 1176
Healthy (EISA Configuration) status, 1176
Healthy status, 1172
Healthy (Unknown Partition) status, 1176-1177
hearing impairments, 1556-1557
Help and Support Center, 1383, 1465
help command, 1415
HelpServicesGroup, 711
hibernation mode
   configuring, 297
   disabling, 297, 817
   enabling devices to wake systems from, 301
   recovering from failed, 1291
HID (Human Interface Device), 386-387
High Secure (Hisec*.inf) security templates, 745
History folder, 271
Home Edition. See Windows XP Home Edition
Home Phoneline Networking Alliance (HPNA), 1031
Host Integration Server 2000
   application interoperability, 1570
   client software components, 1570-1571
   data access, 1570
   management integration, 1570
   network integration, 1569
   overview, 1569
Hosts files, 1007, 1019-1020
hot docking and undocking, 291, 317-318
hot plugging, 368
hotfixes
   command-line parameters, 188
   Hotfix.exe, 187
   installing, 196
   overview, 186
   setup programs naming convention, 187
   troubleshooting, 1126
   unattended installations, 199-202
   uninstalling, 202-203
HPNA (Home Phoneline Networking Alliance), 1031
HTML+TIME, 451
Human Interface Device (HID), 386-387

I
IBM host printers, 474, 499
IBM host system interoperability, 1569
IBSS (independent basic service set), 324
ICF (Internet Connection Firewall), 844-846, 1074-1075
ICM (Image Color Management) 2.0, 394, 412, 481
ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol), 830, 832
ICMP Router Discovery, 941-942
ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)
   configuring computers, 1069-1074
   DHCP, 1067-1068
   overview, 1066
   scenario, 1068-1074
   settings, 1066
   TCP/IP security, 844
IEAK (Internet Explorer Administration Kit), 231
IEEE 802.11
   architecture, 324-325
   authentication, 326-327
   encryption, 327-328
   open system authentication, 326
   overview, 323
   security, 326-331
   shared key authentication, 327
IEEE 802.11a, 324
IEEE 802.11b, 324
IEEE 802.1x, 877
IEEE 1284.4 protocol, 485
IEEE 1394 (Firewire)
   bus connectors and cables, 383
   data transfer rates, 383
   overview, 382, 1033
   Plug and Play support, 384
   troubleshooting bus devices, 424-425
IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol), 931
IKE (Internet Key Exchange), 850, 855
Image Color Management (ICM) 2.0, 394, 412, 481
IME (Input Method Editor), 143
Import Foreign Disks command. See Disk Management snap-in
import pools, 647
importing
   EFS and DRA certificates and private keys, 806-809
   foreign disks, 529-531
   mirrored volumes, 531
   RAID-5 volumes, 531
   spanned or striped volumes, 531
INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE Stop message, 1187, 1352-1354
incoming connections
   managing, 1049-1051
   overview, 1035
incremental backups, 627
independent basic service set (IBSS), 324
Indexing Service, 271-272, 587-588, 598
Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) bus, 385
Infrared Data Association. See IrDA (Infrared Data Association)
infrared devices, using with portable computers, 319-320
Infrared Picture Transfer (IrTran-P), 319, 412
inheritance
   defined, 701
   permissions, 702, 726
Initialize Disk command. See Disk Management snap-in
input languages, 143
input locales, 143
Input Method Editor (IME), 143
input/output (I/O) port addresses, 368
input/output (I/O) request packets, 1318
insertion point indicator blink rate, 1546
installing
   See also deploying; Setup
   applications, 100
   automating installations. See automating installations
   Complex Script and Right-to-Left Language Collection, 154
   customizing installations. See automating installations
   Debugging Tools, 1316, 1380
   devices, 397-400
   drivers, 399
   Dynamic Update packages, 53
   East Asian Language Collection, 154
   HAL, 91
   hotfixes, 196
   input languages, 143
   ISDN devices, 1105
   language collections, 154
   mass storage devices, 88
   methods, 40-41
   modems, 1097
   multiple operating systems, 41-44
   operating systems. See installing operating systems
   overview, 181
   planning, 37-47
   Print Services for UNIX, 473
   printer drivers, 748
   printers. See installing printers
   Recovery Console, 1264, 1402-1404
   Remote Desktop client software, 344-346
   Remote Desktop Connection, 344
   Remote Desktop Web Connection, 345-346
   service pack update installations, 191-196
   TCP/IP. See TCP/IP
   troubleshooting tools, 1378-1383
   unattended installations, 199-202
   Windows Installer user interface language packages, 167-168
   Windows XP Professional on dynamic disks, 524
installing operating systems
   nonnetworked computers, 125-127
   overview, 108
   parallel installations, 1278-1279
   RIS (Remote Installation Services), 127-136
   Setup, 109-113
   Sysprep.exe and WPA, 115
   Sysprep.exe components, 116-118
   Sysprep.exe overview, 113-114
   Sysprep.exe process overview, 114
   Sysprep.exe requirements, 115
   Sysprep.exe user interface, 117-118
   unattended installations, 109-113
installing printers
   automatic detection and installation of local printers, 471
   considerations, 472-473
   Driver.cab, 473
   IBM host printers, 474
   Internet printers, 468-470
   local printers, 470-471
   manual detection and installation of local printers, 471
   NetWare print servers, 473
   network printers, 468-470
   overview, 468
   Plug and Play, 471
   Point and Print, 469
   server operating systems other than Windows 2000, 473-474
   UNIX print servers, 473
Integrated Services Digital Network. See ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
Intelligent Streaming, 450
IntelliMirror
   Folder Redirection, 215
   implementing, 212-214
   managing files and folders, 250
   mobile users, managing, 242
   Offline Files, 215
   overview, 212, 1521
   roaming user profiles, 215
   standard desktop configurations, 240
   Synchronization Manager, 215
   user data management, 214-215
   user settings, 216-217
Interactive built-in security principal, 715
interactive logon
   Active Directory, 661
   components, 661
   KDC, 661
   Kerberos authentication, 669-670
   LSA, 661
   MSGINA, 661
   Net Logon service, 661
   NTLM, 667
   overview, 659-660
   process overview, 1058
   SAM, 661
   Winlogon, 661
Interix, 586, 1566
internal sound cards, 447
International English language version, 147
Internet
   connections, 1025, 1038-1039
   ICF, 844-846, 1074-1075
   Microsoft applications for Apple Macintosh computers, 1573
   print job management, 485
   printer installation, 468-470
   printing overview, 484, 492-493
   troubleshooting access configuration problems, 1083-1084
Internet Connection Firewall (ICF), 844-846, 1074-1075
Internet Connection Sharing. See ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)
Internet Connection Wizard, 1038
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP), 830, 832
Internet Explorer, configuring sounds, videos, and animation in, 444
Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK), 231
Internet Explorer Maintenance extension in Group Policy, 229
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), 931
Internet Key Exchange (IKE), 850, 855
Internet Printing Protocol, 485
Internet Protocol (IP), 830
Internet Protocol security. See IPSec (Internet Protocol security)
Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) Monitor snap-in, 1476
Internetwork Packet Exchange. See IPX (Internetwork Packet Exchange)
interoperability solutions overview, 1563-1565
interoperability with Apple Macintosh systems, 1571-1573
interoperability with IBM host systems, 1569
interoperability with Kerberos V5 services, 671-673
interoperability with NetWare
   Client Service for NetWare, 1569
   Microsoft Services for NetWare, 1569
   NWLink Network Protocols, 1568
interoperability with UNIX
   ActiveState ActivePerl, 1568
   Client for NFS, 1566
   Gateway for NFS, 1567
   Interix, 1566
   Password Synchronization, 1568
   Server for NFS, 1567
   Server for NIS, 1567
   Server for PCNFS, 1567
   Telnet Client and Telnet Server, 1568
   User Name Mapping, 1566
   Windows Services for UNIX, 1566-1568
   Windows-based Cron service, 1568
   Windows-based Remote Shell service, 1568
interrupt request level (IRQL), 1318
interrupt request (IRQ) lines, 366-367
interrupt service routine (ISR), 1318
interrupts, 1318
I/O port addresses, 368
I/O request packets, 1318
IP (Internet Protocol), 830
IP addressing
   See also IP name resolution; TCP/IP
   alternate IP Configuration, 969, 972
   APIPA, 969, 971, 974-976
   assignment types, 969
   authorized private IP addresses, 968
   configuring alternate IP addresses, 979-980
   configuring manually, 976-977
   configuring multiple IP addresses on network adapters, 977-979
   DHCP configuring, 972-974
   DHCP lease process, 972-973
   DHCP lease renewals, 974
   DHCP overview, 969
   DHCP, choosing, 971
   DHCP, configuring clients, 974
   DHCP, restarting clients, 974
   enabling IP address assignments, 970-980
   IP address assignment methods, 971-972
   multihoming, 977
   overview, 967-970
   private IP addresses, 968-969
   public IP addresses, 968
   static IP addressing, 969, 972
   troubleshooting, 1021-1022
   types, 968-969
   unauthorized private IP addresses, 969
IP Config (Ipconfig.exe), 934-935, 960, 1476
IP filter lists, 852
IP multicast conferencing
   overview, 1088
   troubleshooting, 1112-1115
IP name resolution
   See also IP addressing; TCP/IP
   adding suffixes to queries, 991-993
   b-node broadcasts, 1012-1015
   configuring caching, 999-1000
   configuring DNS overview, 982-984
   configuring dynamic update, 1003-1007
   configuring NetBIOS name resolution, 1007-1017
   configuring overview, 980
   configuring settings when DNS is used, 982
   configuring subnet prioritization, 1000-1002
   configuring WINS, 1011-1012
   connection-specific domain names, 986
   disabling dynamic update, 1006
   disabling NetBT, 1016-1017
   DNS caching, 999-1002
   DNS host names and NetBIOS names, 984-987
   DNS name resolution troubleshooting, 1019-1021
   DNS naming restrictions, 987-988
   DNS overview, 970
   DNS query process, 988
   DNS servers, querying, 993-999
   DNS servers, search order, 998
   DNS servers, specifying, 993
   dynamic update clients, 1005-1006
   FQDN, 987
   Hosts files, 1007, 1019-1020
   Lmhosts files, 1012-1015, 1018
   methods, choosing, 981-982
   multihomed clients, 1005-1006
   name resolution using WINS, 1010-1011
   negative caching, 999-1000
   NetBT, 970
   network prioritization, 999-1002
   overview, 967-970
   preventing resolver from accepting responses, 1002
   primary DNS suffixes, 985
   remote access clients, 1004
   security, 999-1002
   statically configured clients, 1004
   troubleshooting, 1017-1021
   types, 970
   WINS Proxy, 1015-1016
IP over 1394 Protocol, 383
IP over ATM, 1031
IP Security Monitor, 859, 1476
IP Security Policy Management snap-in, 952-953
IP telephony
   configuring TAPI, 1107-1109
   H.323 protocol, 1088
   multicast conferencing, 1088
   overview, 1086
   SIP, 1087-1088
Ipconfig.exe (IP Config), 934-935, 960, 1476
IP-PSTN gateways, 1107
IPSec (Internet Protocol security)
   Authentication Header (AH), 847
   authentication methods, 850, 855
   Client (Respond Only) policy, 852
   configuring policies, 950-954
   connection types, 855
   considerations, 950
   custom policies, 852
   domain-based policies, 951
   Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP), 848
   example, 949-950
   filter actions, 853
   IKE, 850, 855
   IP filter lists, 852
   IP Security Monitor, 859
   IP Security Policy Management snap-in, 952-953
   IPSecmon.exe, 858
   Kerberos, 851
   local policies, 951-954
   local policies, creating, 953-954
   logs, 859
   main mode, 856
   modes, 850
   monitoring, 858-859
   NAT, 858
   overview, 855, 947, 1065
   policies, 851-855
   policy precedence, 951
   preshared keys, 851
   preventing network attacks, 948-949
   protocols, 847-850
   quick mode, 857
   routers, 858
   Secure Server (Require Security) policy, 852
   Server (Request Security) policy, 852
   TCP/IP security, 847-859
   transport mode, 850
   tunnel mode, 850
   tunnel settings, 853
   X.509 certificates, 851
IPSec Monitor, 1476
IPSecmon.exe, 858
IPX (Internetwork Packet Exchange)
   deployment planning, 26-27
   desktop management, 239
IrDA (Infrared Data Association)
   overview, 321, 1031
   printing, 484
   user profiles, 322
IrDial protocol, 320
IRQ (interrupt request) lines, 366-367
IRQL (interrupt request level), 1318
IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL Stop message, 1337-1338
IrTran-P (Infrared Picture Transfer), 319, 412
ISA (Industry Standard Architecture) bus, 385
ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
   overview, 1027
   telephony and conferencing overview, 1090-1091
   telephony and conferencing support, 1104-1106
ISR (interrupt service routine), 1318

J
joining network environments, 913-915, 920-922
Joliet, 618

K
Kd.exe (Kernel Debugger), 1335, 1433
Kerberos Key Distribution Center (KDC), 661, 668
Kerberos policies, 688
Kerberos V5 protocol
   authenticator, 668
   credentials cache, 670
   GSSAPI, 671
   interoperability, 671-673
   IPSec, 851
   KDC, 668
   Ksetup, 671-673
   logging on using, 669-670
   overview, 668
   single sign-on, 671
Kernel Debugger (Kd.exe), 1335, 1433
kernel level, 434
kernel memory dump files, 1326, 1329
kernel mode
   defined, 1318
   reporting, 1429
Kernel Stream (KS) proxy, 434
KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR Stop message, 1186, 1350-1352
kernels defined, 1318
KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR Stop message, 1186, 1347-1348
keyboard shortcuts
   accessibility, 1548-1554
   accessibility, temporary, 1549
   accessibility shortcut keys, 1550
   Accessibility Wizard shortcut keys, 1550
   cognitive disabilities, 1558
   Control Panel shortcut keys, 1551
   Help shortcut keys, 1550
   Magnifier shortcut keys, 1551
   Narrator shortcut keys, 1551
   Remote Desktop, 349
keyboards
   audio cues, 1542
   Dvorak, 1548
   layouts for multiple languages, 143-144
   on-screen, 143-144, 1547
   options for mobility impairments, 1547-1548
   QWERTY, 1548
   switching layouts, 157
keys
   master, 812-813
   preshared, 851
   private, 806-809, 811
   public, 773, 811
   renewing, 795-796
   security, 810-818
   startup, 813-815
   symmetric, 773
   syskey, 813-815
KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Stop message, 1338-1340
KS (Kernel Stream) proxy, 434
Ksetup tool, 671-673

L
L2TP (Layer Two Tunneling Protocol), 1029
labels for volumes, 557
LAN Emulation (LANE), 1030-1031
LAN Manager (LM), 666
land attacks, 837
LANE (LAN Emulation), 1030-1031
language collections, 141-142, 154
Language for non-Unicode Programs, 145
language groups, 141-142
language monitors, 491
language toolbars, adding to desktop, 157
language versions, 146-148
languages
   answer file example for unattended installations, 164
   Basic Language Collection, 141-142, 150
   black boxes appear, 177
   built-in support, 141-142
   changing language and regional options using silent configurations, 169
   changing MUI Pack defaults using silent configurations, 170
   characters typed at command prompt are incorrect, 178
   code pages, 144-145
   collections, 141-142
   compatibility of current multilingual applications, 172-173
   Complex Script and Right-to-Left Language Collection, 141-142, 150, 154, 176
   configuring desktops for multilingual deployments, 154
   configuring localized content for multilingual deployments, 156
   configuring regional and language options for multilingual deployments, 154-156
   currencies are incorrect, 178
   customizing, 95-97
   dates are incorrect, 178
   defining language and regional settings in answer files, 160-164
   disk space requirements for multilingual support, 150-151
   East Asian Language Collection, 141-142, 150, 154, 176
   Group Policy for multilingual deployments, controlling desktops using, 158
   groups, 141-142
   [GuiUnattended] options in answer files, 163
   [GuiUnattended] options in MUI Pack, 166
   hardware requirements for multilingual support, 149-151
   IME (Input Method Editor), 143
   input languages, 143
   input locales, 143
   installation share for MUI Pack installations, creating, 166
   installing MUI Pack using Cmdlines.txt file, 167
   installing MUI Pack using Windows Installer packages, 167-168
   International English version, 147
   keyboard layouts, 143-144
   Language for non-Unicode Programs, 145
   lines appear, 177
   locales, 142
   localized versions, 147
   localized versions of Office XP, 175
   MUI Pack compatibility, 175
   MUI Pack language versions, 147-148
   MUI Pack unattended installations, 164-168
   MUI Pack user interface language, 156
   MUI Pack user interface options, 145
   MUI Pack user interface requirements, 150-151
   multilingual applications, developing, 173
   multilingual compatibility with Active Directory, 174-175
   multilingual compatibility with Office XP and Windows XP Professional, 175-176
   Multilingual Document Consultant, 176
   multilingual problems and solutions, list of, 138-139
   multilingual Web sites, developing, 173-174
   multiple language access on desktops, 157-158
   numbers are incorrect, 178
   overview of multilingual application support, 171
   overview of multilingual compatibility, 174
   overview of multilingual deployments, 30-31, 148
   overview of multilingual features, 139-141
   overview of multilingual solutions, 137-139
   overview of silent configurations, 159, 169
   overview of unattended installations, 159
   problems inputting or displaying multiple languages, 176-178
   problems with multilingual application compatibility, 178-179
   question marks appear, 177
   regional and language support for user accounts, 155-156
   regional builds for multilingual deployments, 153
   regional requirements for multilingual deployments, 148-149
   [RegionalSettings] options in answer files, 160-162
   [RegionalSettings] options in MUI Pack, 165
   roaming user requirements for multilingual deployments, 151
   running Winnt32.exe or Winnt.exe for unattended installations, 159
   single global image for multilingual deployments, 152
   sorting order is incorrect, 178
   special characters or code points for multilingual deployments, 158
   specialized hardware needs for multilingual support, 151
   Standards and Formats setting, 142
   support requirements for multilingual applications, 150
   supporting non-Unicode multilingual applications, 171
   supporting world-ready multilingual applications, 171
   system locales, 145
   [TapiLocation] options in answer files, 163
   troubleshooting multilingual applications, 176-179
   unattended installations, creating, 159-168
    [Unattended] options in MUI Pack, 166
   Unicode, 144-145
   upgrading from earlier Windows versions for multilingual deployments, 151
   user interface options, 145
   user locales, 142
   versions, 146-148
   Windows Installer packages for MUI Pack on-demand installations, 170-171
laptop computers. See portable computers
Last Access Time attribute, 599-600
Last Known Good Configuration, 1243-1244, 1386-1387
Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP), 1029
LDM Data partitions, 536
leased line connections, 1034
LGPO (local Group Policy object), 220, 237-238
libraries, Removable Storage, 645-646
lid switches, 301
list volume command. See DiskPart
listsvc command, 1416
LM (LAN Manager), 666
Lmhosts file, 1012-1015, 1018
Load and unload device drivers policy, 470, 712
local computer policy databases, 760-763
local connections
   home and small office, 1054-1057
   list of types, 1030-1032
   overview, 1024
local disk folders, 1297
local Group Policy object (LGPO), 220, 237-238
local host table files, 1007
local policies, 689-690
local port monitors (Localspl.dll), 491
local print provider (Localspl.dll), 488, 490-491
local printers
   Add Printer Wizard, 471
   automatic detection and installation, 471
   installing, 470-471
   manual detection and installation, 471
Local Security Authority (LSA), 656, 661
Local Security Policy
   local policies, 689-694
   monitoring logon attempts, 694
   overview, 747
   security options, 690-694
   settings, modifying, 748-749
   settings, viewing, 747-748
   tool set, 747
   user rights assignments, 689-690
Local Security Settings snap-in, 748
Local Service built-in security principal, 715
Local Users and Groups, 676
locales, 142
localized language versions, 147, 175
locally cached user profiles, 1252
Localspl.dll, 488, 490-491
locating resources by publishing objects, 897-902
locked files, 648
logical drives
   converting to simple volumes, 513
   creating during Setup, 522-524
   extending, 509
   GPT disks, 509
   maximum per disk, 509
logon
   See also authentication
   Anonymous, 736
   audit policy, 695
   auditing, 694-696
   autologon, 683-685
   automating, 683-685, 1537
   batch, 659
   enhancements, 654-655
   events, 1484-1489
   interactive. See interactive logon
   Kerberos V5 protocol, 669-670
   names, 894-895
   network, 659
   NTLM process, 667
   overview, 653
   rights, 1305-1308
   RunAs, 662-664, 1439
   scripts, 230, 902
   service, 659
   smart cards, 682-683
   troubleshooting, 694-696, 922-924
   types, 659-661
logon command, 1416
logon events, 1507-1510
logs
   Application, 758, 1430
   command-line tool output, 1382
   IPSec, 859
   Security, 758, 1430
   System, 758, 1430
long file names
   converting from short, 99
   FAT volumes, 616-617
   Windows XP Professional, 621
lost allocation units, recovering, 1161-1162
lost clusters, recovering, 1161-1162
LPP (local print provider), 488
LPR Port Monitor (Lprmon), 482
LPR ports, adding, 474
LSA (Local Security Authority), 656, 661

M
Macintosh system interoperability, 1571-1573
Magnifier, 1543-1544, 1551
main mode, 856
maintenance
   See also troubleshooting
   Chkdsk.exe. See Chkdsk.exe
   Chkntfs.exe. See Chkntfs.exe
   disk and volume management, 543
   Disk Defragmenter tools. See Defrag.exe
   tools, 1149, 1461-1467
   virus avoidance, 1179-1180
managing desktops. See desktop management
managing devices. See devices
managing disks. See disk management
managing files and folders
   Active Directory environments, 250, 272-273
   configuring shared folder permissions, 266-268
   connecting to network shares, 271
   deploying IntelliMirror management, 250
   Folder Redirection, 250-254, 274-276
   Folder Redirection, managing documents using, 251-254
   ForceGuest, 268-269
   Group Policy, 250
   History folder, 271
   Indexing Service, 271-272
   Offline Files. See Offline Files
   overview, 249-250
   searching for computers using Active Directory, 273
   searching for computers using NetBIOS, 273
   searching for files, folders, and network resources, 270-273
   Shared Documents folder, 270
   sharing files and folders, 265-270
   sharing root directories of drives, 270
   simple sharing model, 268-270
   Synchronization Manager, 250, 258-259
   troubleshooting, 274-280
manual caching, 310
manual detection and installation of local printers, 471
map command, 1416
master boot code, 1189-1190
master boot record. See MBR (master boot record)
master file table. See MFT (master file table)
master keys
   loss and data recovery, 812
   portable computer security, 870
   storage and security, 812-813
MBR (master boot record)
   disks. See MBR disks
   overview, 507, 1189
   partition tables, 1190-1192
   Protective, 1212-1213
   repairing, 1181-1186
   restoring, 1182-1184
   viruses, 1177-1181
MBR disks
   basic disks, 1189-1197
   Boot Indicator field, 1192
   boot sectors, 1198-1211
   characteristics, 531
   CHS fields, 1193-1194
   compared with GPT disks, 531
   converting basic disks to dynamic disks, 519
   converting to GPT disks, 533
   disk sectors critical for startup, 1189
   dynamic disks, 1197-1198
   EBR, 1195-1197
   master boot code, 1189-1190
   overview, 507
   partition table on basic disks, 1190-1192
   Relative Sectors field, 1194
   System ID field, 1192-1193
   Total Sectors field, 1194
md command, 1416
media
   backup and restore, 628, 630, 645, 648
   digital. See digital media
   Removable Storage, 645
media pools, 646-647
media service provider (MSP), 1094-1095
memory
   cache, 604
   dump files, 1326-1335
Memory Pool Monitor (Poolmon.exe), 1433
messages
   hardware malfunction, 1368
   security event. See security event messages
   Stop. See Stop messages
metadata files on NTFS volumes
   $BadClus, 604
   list of, 605-606
   overview, 605-607
   $Secure, $Extend, $ObjID, $Quota, $Reparse, 589
MFT (master file table)
   cluster remapping, 604
   converting NTFS volumes, 589
   list of metadata files, 605-606
   overview, 605-607
   preventing from becoming fragmented, 594
   zone, 607-608
Microsoft ActiveSync 3.0, 319
Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (MS-CHAP), 1060-1061
Microsoft Debugging Tools. See Debugging Tools
Microsoft DirectInput, 428
Microsoft DirectPlay, 428
Microsoft DirectShow, 428
Microsoft DirectSound Audio, hardware acceleration for, 403-404
Microsoft DirectX SDK, 430
Microsoft Graphical Identification and Authentication (MSGINA), 661
Microsoft GS Wavetable SW Synth, 447
Microsoft Internet applications for Apple Macintosh computers, 1573
Microsoft Kernel Debugger (Kd.exe), 1335, 1433
Microsoft Narrator, 1542, 1551
Microsoft NetMeeting, 1557
Microsoft Office for Apple Macintosh operating systems, 1572
Microsoft Pocket PCs. See portable computers
Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE), 1064
Microsoft Producer, 439
Microsoft Referral Service, 1038
Microsoft Reserved (MSR) partitions, 535
Microsoft Services for NetWare, 27, 1569
Microsoft Systems Management Server. See SMS (Systems Management Server)
Microsoft Tablet PCs. See portable computers
Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Services. See Terminal Services
Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility List. See HCL (Hardware Compatibility List)
Microsoft Windows Management Instrumentation. See WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation)
Microsoft Windows Services for UNIX, 1566-1568
Microsoft Windows Update Corporate Web site, 45
Microsoft Windows XP 64-Bit Edition. See Windows XP 64-Bit Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. See Windows XP Home Edition
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface)
   external devices, 447
   playing audio, 446-447
   troubleshooting, 457-458
MiniSetup Wizard, 78-79, 118
mirrored volumes, 512, 531
MISMATCHED_HAL Stop message, 1349-1350
Missing status, 1173
mkdir command, 1416
mobile users. See portable computers
mobility impairment accessibility, 1546-1555
Mode Pruning, 407-408
modems
   cable, 1034
   configuring telephony and conferencing, 1096-1104
   diagnostics, 1076
   dial-up, 1027
   fax. See faxing
   logging, 1076
   overview, 386
   troubleshooting, 418-419
   troubleshooting telephony and conferencing, 1110-1111
more command, 1417
mounted drives, 578-579
mountvol command, 535
mouse
   options for accessibility, 1554-1555
   pointers, 1546
MouseKeys, 1554-1555
mouthstick typing, 1551-1552
moving disks, 526-529
moving files or folders
   compression effects on, 573-576
   data stream effects on, 586
   disk quota effects on, 564
   sparse file effects on, 584
MPEG-2 (Moving Pictures Experts Group-2), 433
MPPE (Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption), 1064
MS-CHAP (Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol), 1060-1061
Msconfig.exe. See System Configuration Utility (Msconfig.exe)
MS-DOS, 609
MSGINA (Microsoft Graphical Identification and Authentication), 661
.msi packages, 167
msiexec.exe, 167
MSP (media service provider), 1094-1095
MSR (Microsoft Reserved) partitions, 535
MUI Pack (Multilingual User Interface Pack)
   changing defaults using silent configurations, 170
   configuring user interface language, 156
    [GuiUnattended] options, 166
   installation share, creating, 166
   installing using Cmdlines.txt file, 167
   installing using Windows Installer packages, 167-168
   language versions, 147-148
   MUISetup.exe, 167
   [RegionalSettings] consistency, 165
   unattended installations, 164-168
   [Unattended] options, 166
   user interface language options, 145
   user interface language requirements, 150-151
   Windows Installer packages for on-demand installations, 170-171
MUISetup.exe, 167
multi() syntax, 1269
multicast, 931
multicast conferencing
   overview, 1088
   troubleshooting, 1112-1115
Multicast Conferencing Service Provider, 1088
multi-datarate encoding, 452
multidisk volumes, 521
multihomed clients, 1005-1006
multihoming
   configuring, 955-959
   considerations, 957-959
   overview, 977
multilingual. See languages
Multilingual Document Consultant, 176
Multilingual User Interface Pack. See MUI Pack (Multilingual User Interface Pack)
multiple data streams, 584-586
multiple monitors, 408-410
multiple operating systems, 41-44
multiple page printing on single page, 475
multiple user profiles, 1537
multiple-booting compatibility, 33-34
multi-user access to encrypted files, 797-801
multi-user desktops, 245-246
Musical Instrument Digital Interface. See MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface)
My Computer
   Chkdsk. See Chkdsk.exe
   Compressed (zipped) Folders, 577
   compressing files, 571-572
   determining encryption status, 783-784
   disk error checking, 1162
   file and folder encryption, 779-781
My Computer Information, 1465
My Documents folder, redirecting, 231, 251
My Network Places, troubleshooting, 924

N
Narrator, 1542, 1551
NAT (network address translation), 858
Nbtstat.exe (NetBT Statistics), 1477
negative caching, 999-1000
Negotiate protocol, 884
nesting groups, 719-720
Net Logon service, 661
NetBIOS
   name resolution, 1007-1019
   names, 984-987
   searching for computers using, 273
NetBT (NetBIOS over TCP/IP), 839, 970, 1016-1017
NetBT Statistics (Nbtstat.exe), 1477
Netcap.exe (Network Monitor Capture Utility), 1478
Netdiag.exe (Network Connectivity Tester), 919, 1478
NetMeeting, 1557
Netsh, 935-938, 1477
Netstat.exe, 835, 1477
NetWare
   desktop management, 238-239
   print servers, 473, 498
network adapters
   configuring multiple, 956-957
   configuring multiple IP addresses, 977-979
   disabling, 1252
   overview, 386
   troubleshooting, 416-418
network address translation (NAT), 858
Network Bridge, 1057
Network built-in security principal, 715
Network Configuration Operators group, 711
Network Connectivity Tester (Netdiag.exe), 919, 1478
Network Diagnostics, 932, 1478
Network Identification Wizard, 913
network logon, 659
Network Monitor Capture Utility (Netcap.exe), 1478
network printers
   Add Printer Wizard, 469
   installing, 468-470
Network Service built-in security principal, 715
networking
   See also clients; connections
   accessing resources, 1049
   account authentication, 884, 894-895
   Active Directory, 889-893
   assessing infrastructure, 20-21
   configuration tasks overview, 885-887
   configuring files for offline use, 310-311
   configuring home networks, 1051-1054
   configuring protocol binding order, 896-897
   connecting clients to, 883
   directory services, 884
   disabling startup programs for networked computers, 1251-1252
   domain membership, 915-917
   enhancements, 884-885
   environments, 887-893
   Event Viewer, 917-919
   GetMac (Getmac.exe), 1475
   Group Policy. See Group Policy
   interoperability, 25, 1564
   IP Config (Ipconfig.exe), 1476
   IPSec Monitor snap-in, 1476
   joining environments, 913-915, 920-922
   locating resources by publishing objects, 897-902
   logon names, 894-895
   logon scripts, 902
   mapping Windows XP Professional to business needs, 8-9
   Netsh, 1477
   Netstat.exe, 835, 1477
   Network Connectivity Tester (Netdiag.exe), 919, 1478
   Network Diagnostics, 1478
   Network Monitor Capture Utility (Netcap.exe), 1478
   Nslookup, 1479
   overview, 884-887
   peer-to-peer, 887-888
   Poledit.exe, 902
   policy handling, 884
   secure channels, 916-917
   System Policy coexistence with Group Policy, 904-906
   System Policy Editor, 902
   System Policy overview, 902-904
   TCP/IP, 25-26, 895-897
   testing user accounts, 915-916
   tools, 1474-1480
   troubleshooting, 917-924
   Windows domain environments, 888-893
   Windows NT 4.0 compatibility, 893
   Windows XP Home Edition, 1523
   wireless. See wireless networking
   workgroup membership, 914-917
New Connection Wizard, 1037-1040
new features
   See also enhancements; features
   backup and restore, 626
   disk management, 504-505
   file systems, 548-549
   remote offices, 1025
   Setup, 182-183
Nltest.exe, 916-917
No Terminal Server SID (Notssid.inf) security template, 746
NO_MORE_SYSTEM_PTES Stop message, 1344-1345
nonpaged pools, 1318
non-Unicode, 145, 171
non-volatile memory (NVRAM) startup settings, 1276-1278
normal backups, 627
NoSIDGen flag, 118
Not Initialized status, 1173
Notepad, editing Boot.ini, 1275
Novell Client, 27
Novell Client 32, 473
Novell NetWare. See NetWare
Novell Zero Effort Network (ZENworks), 239
Nslookup, 1479
NTBackup.exe. See Backup Tool (NTBackup.exe)
Ntbootdd.sys, 1271
NTconfig.pol files, 235
NTFS
   8.3 short file names, 597, 609
   advantages, 550-552
   antivirus programs, 598
   automatically converting to, 99
   boot sectors, 1208-1211
   change journals, 587, 601-602
   Chkdsk.exe, 1153-1155, 1158-1160
   cleanup operations on Windows NT 4.0 volumes, 601-602
   cluster remapping, 604
   cluster sizes for optimizing performance, 596-597
   cluster sizes, list of, 554
   compared with FAT, 33
   compatibility with Windows NT 4.0, 600-601
   converting file systems to, 32
   converting volumes to, 588-595
   cvtarea parameter, 594
   data streams, 584-586
   data structures, 605-609
   defragmenting volumes, 595-596
   disk quotas. See disk quotas
   distributed link tracking, 581-582
   drive paths, 578-579
   dynamic volumes, 518
   effective permissions, 561
   EFS, 562-563
   encryption, 562-563, 601-602
   features, 559
   file attributes, 608-609
   file compression, 571-578, 598
   file names, 597, 609
   file permissions, 559-562
   folder permissions, 559-562
   folder structures for optimizing performance, 597
   fragmentation and performance, 598
   hard links, 580
   Indexing Service, 587-588, 598
   Last Access Time attribute, 599-600
   maximum volume sizes, 555-556
   metadata files, 605-607
   MFT. See MFT (master file table)
   mounted drives, 578-579
   MS-DOS-readable file names, 609
   multiple data streams, 584-586
   object identifiers, 602
   optimizing performance, 596-600
   overview, 559
   POSIX compliance, 586
   recoverability, 602-605
   reparse points, 601
   short file names, 597, 609
   size limitations, 555-557
   sparse files, 582-584, 601-602
   volume mount points, 578-579
NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM Stop message, 1186, 1341-1343
Ntldr
   repairing damaged MBRs and boot sectors, 1182
   replacing boot sectors, 1184
NTLM protocol, 666-667
NTLM version 1, 666
NTLM version 2, 666
null modem cabling connections, 1033
NVRAM (non-volatile memory) startup settings, 1276-1278
NWLink
   deployment planning, 27
   network protocols, 1568

O
object access events, 1490-1491
object identifiers, 602
objects, 701
$ObjID, 589
OCA (Online Crash Analysis) Web site, 1333-1334, 1434
OEM (original equipment manufacturer) partitions, 537
Office for Apple Macintosh operating systems, 1572
Offline Files
   configuring for portable computers, 309-317
   deleting files and folders, 260-261
   encryption, 257-258, 316, 773, 783
   implementing, 255-258
   managing, 316
   overview, 250, 254-255
   permissions, 315
   policy settings, 262-264
   reconnecting to network resources, 258
   reinitializing cache, 262
   security, 315-316
   synchronizing files, 258-260
   troubleshooting, 277-280
   user access when disconnected, 215
offline media physical location, 646
Offline status, 1173-1174
one-finger typing, 1551-1552
Online Crash Analysis (OCA) Web site, 1333-1334, 1434
Online (Errors) status, 1174
online libraries, 645
Online status, 1172
on-screen keyboards, 143-144, 1547
Open Graphics Library (OpenGL) 1.1, 429
open system authentication, 326
Openfiles (Openfiles.exe), 1434
OpenGL (Open Graphics Library) 1.1, 429
operating systems
   installing. See installing operating systems
   multiple, 41-44
optimizing
   application startup times, 1167
   broadcasts, 452
   NTFS performance, 596-600
   Windows XP Professional startup times, 1167
   workstations for digital media, 441-445
original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partitions, 537
outgoing connections, 1036-1037
owners
   defined, 701
   managing permissions, 726-728
ownership permissions, 726-728

P
page faults, 1318
page files. See paging files
page table entry (PTE), 1318
page tables, 1318
paged pools, 1319
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA Stop message, 1186, 1346
paging, 1319
paging file volumes
   converting to dynamic volumes, 513
   upgrading Windows NT 4.0 to Windows XP Professional, 521
paging files
   clearing at shutdown, 818
   defragmenting, 1168
   overview, 1168
   upgrading Windows NT 4.0 to Windows XP Professional, 521
PAP (Password Authentication Protocol), 1060
parallel cabling connections, 1033
parallel Windows XP Professional installations, 1278-1279
partition styles, 506-507, 513, 533
partition tables
   basic disks, 1190-1192
   Boot Indicator field, 1192
   CHS fields, 1193-1194
   EBR, 1195-1197
   Relative Sectors field, 1194
   replacing using DiskProbe, 1184
   System ID field, 1192-1193
   Total Sectors field, 1194
partitions
   configuring, 34
   converting vs. reformatting existing, 32
   creating during Setup, 537-538
   deployment strategies, 34-35
   EFI System, 535
   EISA Configuration, 1176
   extended. See extended partitions
   GPT disk requirements, 533-537
   LDM Data, 536
   logical drives. See logical drives
   maximum per disk, 509
   MSR, 535
   OEM, 537
   primary. See primary partitions
   sizing, 35
   styles, 506-507, 513, 533
   tables. See partition tables
   unknown, 519, 537
Passport IDs, 678
pass-through authentication, 916
Password Authentication Protocol (PAP), 1060
password reset disk (PRD), 812-813
Password Reset Wizard, 679-681
Password Synchronization, 1568
passwords
   backing up and restoring, 679-681
   boot passwords, 869
   changing user, 676
   Group Policy, 676
   managing, 676-681
   Password Reset Wizard, 679-681
   policies, 687
   Remote Desktop, 351
   restrictions for blank, 675
   setting during automatic installations, 105-108
   setup passwords, 869
   storing new user, 678
   strong, 674
PathPing (Pathping.exe), 960-962, 1479-1480
PBX (Private Branch Exchange), 1091
PC Card, 385
PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) bus, 384
PDAs. See portable computers
PEAP (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol), 878
peer-to-peer networking, 887-888
performance
   NTFS compression, 576-577
   optimizing NTFS, 596-600
Performance snap-in (Perfmon.msc), 1434
Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus, 384
permissions
   access control, 703
   Advanced Security Settings dialog box. See Advanced Security Settings dialog box
   backup and restore, 630
   configuring for file system directories, 752
   configuring shared folder, 266-268
   default, 728-732
   default Write access permissions for Users group, 734
   effective, 561, 723
   Everyone, 736
   file and folder, 728-732
   GPO, 749
   inheritance, 702, 726
   managing by nesting groups, 719-720
   NTFS file and folder, 559-562
   Offline Files, 315
   ownership, 726-728
   Take Ownership, 728
   viewing, 718
Personal Firewall, 1522
Phone and Modem Options, 1097
Phone Book Administrator, 1048
Phone Book Service, 1048
piloting deployment plans, 5-6
Ping (Ping.exe), 934-935, 960-962
ping sweeps, 836
PJL (Printer Job Language), 488
planning
   access control, 706-707
   backup and restore, 631-636
   deployments. See deployment planning
   Dynamic Update, 44-46
   installations, 37-47
   LAN workgroup backup, 634-635
   stand-alone computer backup, 632-633
   WPA (Windows Product Activation), 46-47
playing digital media
   audio from MIDI devices, 446-447
   CDs, 445-446
   external MIDI devices, 447
   GS Wavetable SW Synth, 447
   internal sound cards, 447
   software synthesizer, 447
Plug and Play
   adding to Risetup images, 94-95
   allocating system resources, 366-368
   automated installations, 92-95
   BIOS settings, 399-400
   detection on ACPI systems, 365
   detection on non-ACPI systems, 365
   device connections and installation guidelines, 360
   device detection, 364-369
   DMA channels, 368
   hot plugging, 368
   IEEE 1394 (Firewire) support, 384
   I/O port addresses, 368
   IRQ lines, 366-367
   overview, 358-361
   printers, 471, 495
   reserved memory, 368
   safe removal of devices, 368-369
   Safely Remove Hardware application, 368-369
   surprise removal, 368
   Sysprep.exe, 93
   unattended installations, 92
   USB, 381
   write caching policy, 368-369
PnP flag, 118
Pocket PCs. See portable computers
Point and Print, 469
Point-to-Point Protocol. See PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)
Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), 1029
Poledit.exe, 902
policies
   account lockout, 688
   account. See account policies
   audit, 695
   auditing, 755-758
   authentication. See authentication policies
   IPSec, 851-855
   Kerberos, 688
   Load and unload device drivers, 470, 712
   local, 689-694
   Local Security Policy. See Local Security Policy
   password, 687
   Software Restriction Policies, 740-742
   Terminal Services, 352-353
   write caching, 368-369
policy change events, 1494-1497
policy files, 233-236
Poolmon.exe (Memory Pool Monitor), 1433
pools
   nonpaged, 1318
   paged, 1319
   printer, 486
   Removable Storage, 646-647
port enumeration, 836
port monitors
   local, 491
   LPR Port Monitor, 482
   overview, 491
   remote, 491
   standard port monitor, 464, 482-484
port scanning, 836
portable computer security
   802.11 wireless network connectivity, 874-878
   802.11b connectivity eavesdropping, 867
   best practices, 878
   Bluetooth wireless connectivity eavesdropping, 867
   boot protection, 869
   configuring, 288
   DACL (discretionary access control list), 871
   data protection, 871
   eavesdropping on wireless connectivity, 867
   EFS (Encrypting File System), 871
   exposure to untrusted networks, 866
   hardware protection, 868-869
   hardware theft or loss, 864
   implementing additional security, 867-873
   loss, 864
   overview, 317-318, 863-867
   Pocket PCs, 872
   securing wireless networking in Windows XP, 873-878
   theft, 864
   untrusted networks, 866
   updates to security, 866
   user education, 873
   Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), 867, 874-877
   wireless connectivity eavesdropping, 867
   Wireless Zero Configuration, 873-874
   XOR operations, 876
portable computers
   application installations, 288
   automatic caching, 310
   BIOS, 286, 318, 869
   cold docking and undocking, 291
   configurations, choosing, 23-24
   configuring battery monitoring and management, 300-301
   configuring files on network shares for offline use, 310-311
   configuring hibernation, 297
   configuring lid switches, 301
   configuring Offline Files, 309-317
   configuring power buttons, 301
   configuring refresh intervals, 298-299
   configuring sleep buttons, 301
   configuring synchronization for Offline Files, 311-312
   docking and undocking, 290-291, 317-318
   dynamic device configuration, 290
   dynamic disks, 519
   enabling automatic connection during scheduled synchronization, 313
   enabling devices to wake systems from hibernation or standby, 301
   fast network logon, 305
   Folder Redirection, 289, 306-308
   granting installation and configuration rights, 287
   Group Policy, 298-299, 302-303
   hardware, 287, 289-291, 868-869
   hardware profiles, 403
   hiding power options, 302-303
   hot docking and undocking, 291, 317-318
   infrared devices, 319-320
   IrDA, 321-323
   manual caching, 310
   mobile users, managing, 241-244
   multiple monitors, 410
   offline file storage configuration, 288
   overview, 283-286
   power management. See power management
   power schemes, 288, 296-297
   roaming user profiles, 289, 303-308
   securing Offline Files, 315-316
   security. See portable computer security
   setting up, 286-289
   standby mode, 298
   synchronizing over slow links, 313-315
   video devices, 320-321
   wireless networking. See wireless networking
   WLAN, 323-324
   WPAN, 321-323
   zero client configuration, 332-336
Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) compliance, 586
Portqry.exe, 836
POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface) compliance, 586
POST (power-on self test), 408, 1225, 1236
PostScript drivers, 481
power buttons, 301
power management
   ACPI, 292-293
   APM, 293-296
   configuring, 291
   configuring for display monitors, 407
   features, 413-414
   interface, 415
   overview, 288, 413
   power policy overview, 414-415
   schemes and options, 296-303
   troubleshooting, 1288-1291
power schemes
   configuring, 296-297
   overview, 288
Power Users group, 711-712
power-on self test (POST), 408, 1225, 1236
power-user features, 1524
PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)
   EAP, 329
   logging, 1075-1076
   overview, 1027
PPP Multilink Protocol (MP), 1044
PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE), 1027
PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol), 1029
PRD (password reset disk), 812-813
Pre-activated flag, 118
predefined security templates, 743-746
preparing multidisk volumes for Setup, 521
presetting time zones, 98, 163
preshared keys, 851
Primary Display devices, 408
primary DNS suffixes, 985
primary GUID partition entry arrays, 1216
primary partitions
   converting to simple volumes, 513
   creating during Setup, 522-524
   extending, 509
   GPT disks, 509, 536
   maximum per disk, 509
   MBR disks, 509
print monitors, 491-492
print processors, 490, 491
print routers, 489
print servers
   NetWare, 473, 498
   UNIX, 473, 498
Print Services for Macintosh, 1572
Print Services for UNIX, 473
Printer Job Language (PJL), 488
printer pooling, 486
printer publishing, 898
Printers and Faxes folder, 464
printing
   See also faxing
   Active Directory, 464-467
   Add Printer Wizard. See Add Printer Wizard
   adding load and unload device drivers policy, 712
   availability of printers, 476
   client processes, 488
   concepts overview, 486
   DLC, 464
   EMF, 494
   enhancements, 464
   escape codes, 490-491
   finding printers using Active Directory, 464-467
   font-related problems, 499
   GDI, 488-489
   IBM host printers, 474, 499
   ICM 2.0, 481
   IEEE 1284.4 protocol, 485
   installing printers. See installing printers
   Internet printing, 484, 485, 492-493
   Internet Printing Protocol, 485
   IrDA devices, 484
   language monitors, 491
   local port monitors (Localspl.dll), 491
   local print provider (Localspl.dll), 488, 490-491
   multiple page printing on single page, 475
   NetWare print servers, 473, 498
   number of copies, 475
   operating systems other than Windows, 473-474, 498-499
   overview, 463
   Plug and Play, 471, 495
   preferences, 474-479
   Print dialog box modifications, 480
   print job formats, 494
   print job priority, 478
   print job queue security options, 475-476
   print jobs, creating and sending, 479-485
   print jobs, sending methods, 481
   print monitors, 491-492
   print processors, 490
   print routers, 489
   printer availability, 476
   printer components, 488-492
   printer drivers, 480-481, 489, 748
   printer pooling, 486
   printer priority, 477-478
   processes described, 487-488
   RAW, 494
   RAW [FF Appended], 494
   RAW [FF Auto], 494
   Remote Desktop printer redirection, 341, 351
   remote port monitors, 491
   remote print provider, 489
   reverse-order printing, 475
   scheduling printing, 476-479
   searching for printers using Active Directory, 464-467
   separator page processors, 490-491
   spooler components, 489-492
   spooler processes, 488
   spooler settings, 479
   standard port monitor, 464, 482-484
   text print job format, 494
   troubleshooting, 494-499
   UNIX, 473, 498
   USB printers, 484
   Winprint print processors, 491
Printing Preferences dialog box, 474-475
Private Branch Exchange (PBX), 1091
private IP addresses, 968-969
private keys, 806-809, 811
privilege use events, 1491-1492
privileges
   auditing, 757-758
   connection configuration, 1040
   list of display names and string constants, 1308-1314
   overview, 1308
Process and Thread Status (Pstat.exe), 1434
process throttling, 453
processes, 1319
Producer, 439
Program Compatibility Wizard, 714, 1435-1436
Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP), 878
protecting boot sectors, 1211
Protective MBR, 1212-1213
protocols
   61883, 383
   authentication, 664-665, 1060-1063
   DLC printing, 464
   H.323. See H.323
   IEEE 1284.4, 485
   Internet Printing Protocol, 485
   IP over 1394, 383
   IPSec, 847-850
   IPX, 26-27
   IrDial, 320
   IrTran-P image exchange, 319
   Kerberos V5. See Kerberos V5 protocol
   Negotiate, 884
   NTLM, 666-667
   PPP MP, 1044
   RDP, 339
   SBP-2, 383
   SIP, 1087-1088
Pstat.exe (Process and Thread Status), 1434
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
   gateway addresses, 1107
   gateway overview, 1088
   overview, 1090
   troubleshooting, 1111-1112
PTE (page table entry), 1318
public IP addresses, 968
public keys
   encryption overview, 773
   storage, 811
Public Switched Telephone Network. See PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
publishing objects, locating resources by, 897-902
publishing software for users, 218-219
pushbutton scanning, 412

Q
Quality of Service (QoS), 1095-1096
quick format option, 557
quick mode, 857
$Quota, 589
Quota Entries window, 566
quotas, disk. See disk quotas
QWERTY keyboards, 1548


Previous   |  Top of Index   |   Next



Last Updated: June 2, 2003
Top of Page