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Network monitoring & security management tool using Active Directory

Respected Sir,

I am Samip Patel from India studying in final semester of B.E(Information Technology)
I have submit the project Defination for final sem.
My project is on "Network monitoring & security management tool using Active Directory"
I need help from your side to start this project.
my id is : [email protected]
Regards,
Samip

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The best way to learn of this, is to download a copy of microsoft virtual pc (free from microsoft) then download a trial version of wndows 2003 server / 2008 server) its got 3 months trial,

The virtual pc will allow you to run 2 or more operating system similtanously in a virtual enviornment. this will allow you to get a hands on experience in the Active directors(IIs uses and security managemant as well as roles for it.)

Good luck with your Project and I trust i just gave you the best advice you will ever get in learning exactly everything about it..

BTW 2003 server comes with a detailed help manual and explinations as well as walkthroughs for everything :) just thought i'd let you know..

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