IntelliMirror

IntelliMirror

A feature of Windows 2000 that stored fundamental configuration data about a user's machine on the server, including a copy of the user's desktop. It allowed a crashed PC to be more easily restored and also enabled mobile users to access their applications from a different client machine.
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Foremost among them was the IntelliMirror, which let administrators (possibly CRS services and other vendors) load entire applications to users (travel agents) over the Internet.
Asi, en el caso de Windows 2000, las adiciones Active Directory, ADSI, Agent 2, COM+, NTFS 5, PnP, IntelliMirror, IIS 5, WSH, IE 5.
Enterprises planning to use Active Directory or IntelliMirror will have design efforts that last three to 12 months (depending on directory size and architecture), but those design efforts can begin now.
Intellimirror can restore a user's computer from virtually any disaster, complete with all applications, documents, settings, shortcuts, and other personal settings.
Moskowitz also provides Group Policy guidance in his recently updated book, "Group Policy, Profiles, and IntelliMirror, Third Edition" (SYBEX/WILEY) and via his Web site at www.
FAZAM 2000 is a critical solution for enterprises that are looking to take advantage of Windows 2000-based IntelliMirror management capabilities.
Goldman cited a June 2000 META Group research report that examined Microsoft's introduction of two Windows(R) 2000 software distribution features -- IntelliMirror and Microsoft Installer -- that add software distribution streamlining capabilities, but still benefit from third-party electronic software distribution (ESD) tools that fully automate and manage the software deployment and distribution process.
Timely topics include managing AD performance, VPNs and Windows 2000, Win2K hacker techniques and how to thwart them, certificate servers, Group Policy and Intellimirror, intrusion detection tools, decentralized administration, interoperation with Unix, secure remote access, and much more.
In addition to Active Directory, AppManager also lowers administration costs by supporting the manageability features of Windows 2000, such as Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), Microsoft Management Console, Group Policy, Windows Installer, IntelliMirror and Terminal Services.