Directory-Enabled Networks (DEN) is a specification developed jointly by Microsoft and Cisco Systems. DENs tie together many network operating systems. This reference provides administrators implementing a new network operating system (NT, Novell, NetWare, or UNIX) with a hands-on guide to directory enabled networks. The book seeks to allow network administrators to build a single point of administration to manage other directory services such as Novell NDS, Microsoft Active Directory and Netscape NDS. The author first covers the specification, and then goes into the details of how the specification will be used within the corporate network. Finally, he provides a resource guide to the many vendor implementations available. The accompanying CD-ROM contains demos and utilities from Microsoft, Novell, Cisco, Netscape and other major vendors, white papers, and standards information.
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Directory-Enabled Networks. Directory-Enabled Networks is your essential guide to the challenges being faced by the major players to deliver DEN specifications, including defining the problem domains, information model, usage, and detailed directory schema for integrating networks with directory services. This book gives you the most up-to-date and complete information on complex DEN issues such as structure rules, matching rules, syntax, and constraining the Directory Information Tree. Carefully organized into three parts, this book contains invaluable information: The Technology, Part 1, provides an overview of why DEN is necessary, the DMTF role in developing the standard, the critical concepts of the Common Information Model (CIM), and vendors involved in the development of DENs. The Implementation Process, Part 2, discusses policy-powered networks, directory services, quality of service, and protection of mission-critical applications. DEN at Work, Part 3, gives you the most recent resources for and updates about DEN, including remote-access schema. In addition, an extensive and comprehensive glossary defines all key terms and the latest buzzwords. This state-of-the-art book is ideal for programmers, analysts, engineers, MIS and IST professionals, as well as anyone involved in the process of evaluating and implementing DENs. It is your single resource for the latest information on the DEN Spec!
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